Project Appraisal Reports

17-Jan-2020

Sierra Leone - Fiscal Consolidation Support Programme (FCSP) - Project Appraisal Report

The fiscal consolidation support programme aims to support the stabilization of Sierra Leone’s macroeconomic framework and enhance revenue mobilization and public expenditures management. The expected outcomes of implementation of the supported reforms are: (i) increased revenue mobilization; (ii) improved debt management; (iii) improved alignment of budget allocation with Government priority spending
17-Jan-2020

Multinational - Projet Hydroelectrique RUZIZI IV - PIM

La Communauté Economique des Pays des Grands Lacs (CEPGL), organe principale d’intégration régionale dans la région, à travers L’EGL qui est l’entité responsable de la coopération énergétique tripartite au sein de l'institution a soumis à la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD/ FPPINEPAD) une requête de Don en vue du financement partiel des dépenses afférentes aux activités préparatoires à la mise en œuvre du projet de construction de la centrale hydroélectrique de Ruzizi IV (287 MW). La réalisation de ce projet hydroélectrique Ruzizi IV contribuera au développement socioéconomique des...
17-Jan-2020

Nigeria - Study for Cross River State Rural Access and Mobility Project Phase 2 (CR – RAMP 2) - Project Appraisal Report

In 2008, the Cross River State (CRS) Government, through the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN), received a loan from the Africa Development Bank (ADB) to construct and/or rehabilitate a total of 477km of rural roads under the Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) scheme. Owing to the huge success of this project, which was completed in 2016, a second phase of RAMP has been proposed. Consequently, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) applied for the reallocation of 70% of cancelled loan balances to conduct preliminary studies as well as detailed Engineering designs for the second phase...
17-Jan-2020

Multinational - Road Programme 8 (RP8) - Road Development and Transport Facilitation Project on the Bamako-Zantiébougou –Boundiali-San Pedro corridor - Project Appraisal Report

This project focuses on the upgrading of road sections on the Bamako-San Pedro corridor between Mali and Côte d'Ivoire, which is an alternative road opening up the neighboring hinterland or landlocked countries. It will connect the 2 countries via the Port of San Pedro which will become a real transit port not only for Mali and Burkina Faso, but also for the northern part of neighboring Guinea. These roads are included in the priority programs of WAEMU and ECOWAS. However, continuity of traffic on the Bamako-Zantiébougou-Boundiali-San Pedro is hampered by the poor condition of the earth roads...
17-Jan-2020

Burkina Faso - Economic Transformation and Job Creation Support Project (PATECE) - Project Appraisal Report

The global objective of PATECE is to promote private sector development for inclusive, jobcreating growth. The specific objective of the project is to (i) consolidate private sector development institutions and (ii) promote the structural transformation of the economy. The link established between the strengthening of professional capacities, while fostering the emergence of a skill reservoir and the strengthening of private sector support institutions, will help to spur growth driven by the private sector. By basing its strategic guidance on promising sectors and striving to involve women,...
17-Jan-2020

NEPAD- IPPF - Angololo Multipurpose Water Resources Development Project – Feasibility Studies, Detailed Design, Preparation of Tender Documents, ESIA and RAP - PIM

The Angololo Multipurpose Water Resources Development Project is a regional transboundary water initiative being developed between Kenya and Uganda on the trans-boundary Malaba River shared by the two countries. The objective of the project is to jointly develop the resources within the basin for multipurpose use, including irrigation, hydropower generation, and water supply, thereby contributing to the economic growth, reduction of poverty, improved food security, health and living conditions for the people within the Basin within the context of the overall socio-economic development of the...
17-Jan-2020

Zambie - Projet pour l’Amélioration de la Productivité Agricole et l’accès aux marchés (APMEP) - Rapport d’évaluation de Projet

Le Projet pour l’amélioration de la productivité agricole et l’accès aux marchés (APMEP) sera financé par un don du Fonds fiduciaire multi-bailleurs du PMASA. L’APMEP sera mis en œuvre dans les districts de Sinazongwe, Gwembe, Chongwe, Rufunsa, Serenje et Chitambo. Le but sectoriel est de contribuer à la croissance économique et à la sécurité alimentaire. L'APMEP a pour objectif de contribuer à la croissance économique et à la réduction de la pauvreté en renforçant la sécurité alimentaire, nutritionnelle et les revenus des ménages participants. Le projet comporte 3 composantes : (1)...
17-Jan-2020

Guinée - Étude Polyvalent de faisabilité dans la Région du Projet Nord-Ouest de Construction de la Guinée - MIP

Le Gouvernement de la République de Guinée a soumis à la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD / FPPI-NEPAD) une requête de Don en vue du financement des dépenses afférentes aux activités préparatoires du projet de construction d’un port en eau profonde polyvalent dans la région Nord-Ouest du pays. Ce projet vise à améliorer la compétitivité des produits miniers de la Guinée, notamment la bauxite, et revêt une par ailleurs importance capitale pour le développement de l’Afrique de l'Ouest en raison du renforcement des échanges intra-communautaires qui en sera induit. 2. L’ouvrage envisagé...
13-Dec-2019

Burundi - Watershed management and climate resilience improvement project (PABVARC) - Project Appraisal Report

The Watershed Management and Climate Resilience Improvement Project (PABVARC) in Burundi will be implemented over a five-year period in six provinces (Rural Bujumbura, Bururi, Gitega, Karusi, Makamba and Rutana) for watershed management activities, and countrywide for the hydro-meteorological system support activities. The total project cost is UA 9.07 million comprising UA 6.23 million from FSF resources, USD 3.08 million (equivalent to UA 2.02 million) from LDCF resources, and Government and beneficiary contribution amounting to UA 0.82 million. The main expected outcomes are as follows...
13-Dec-2019

Multinational (Uganda and South Sudan) – Nyimur Multi-Purpose Water Resources Project Studies for Implementation - Project Completion Report

The development objective contributes to achieve economic development and poverty reduction in the two beneficiary countries, thereby resulting in better living conditions of the target population, with improved health, reduced flood and drought risks, and increased food and energy security. In particular, the expressed needs regarding poverty reduction, sustainable development and management of water resources infrastructure and services, agriculture, fisheries, water supply and sanitation, etc., make the project development objective relevant.
13-Dec-2019

Multinational - Technical Assistance For Studies On Ruzizi Iv Hydropower Plant Project – Project Appraisal Report

The Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC) - whose member countries are Burundi, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - through Energy of the Great Lakes Countries (EGL), which is the entity responsible for tripartite energy cooperation within the institution, has submitted a request to the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group to finance preparatory activities for the implementation of Ruzizi Hydropower Plant Project IV. The Bank has raised EUR 8 million in the form of a grant from the European Union’s Africa Investment Platform (EU/AIP).
12-Dec-2019

Multinational - Lake Tanganyika Transport Corridor Development Project Phase I Rehabilitation Of Bujumbura Port - Project Appraisal Report

The proposed Lake Tanganyika Transport Corridor Development Project will boost regional integration and significantly reduce trade costs between riparian countries (Burundi, DRC, Tanzania and Zambia). Multimodal links with Central Corridor roads and railways will provide greater transport connectivity with other countries in the sub-region, such as Uganda and Rwanda. The project will therefore unlock Lake Tanganyika’s potential as an inland waterway and provide a platform that would link the Northern (Mombasa in Kenya), Central (Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania) and Southern (Mpulungu in Zambia/...
12-Dec-2019

Burkina Faso - Rural Drinking Water And Sanitation Project (Pepa-Mr) – Project Appraisal Report

This project will provide drinking water supply and sanitation facilities to contribute to universal access to drinking water and sanitation. Estimated at UA 12.47 million, the project cost will be financed by a loan, a grant from the African Development Fund (ADF) and a grant from the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (administered by the Bank and the Fund). It will run for 36 months.
11-Dec-2019

Mali - African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI): Membership Programme for the Republic of Mali (MLI) - Project Appraisal Report

The main objective of the proposed intervention is to provide the Republic of Mali (MLI) with the required resources for its membership subscription to ATI. The membership aims to create an acceptable country risk profile to enable the Government to raise resources on financial markets for financing large-scale public projects, as well as facilitate and strengthen private sector investment and trade.
11-Dec-2019

Comoros - Road Network Rehabilitation Project- Rehabilitation Of Rn2 (Moroni – Foumboumi): Moroni - Ouroveni Section - Project Appraisal Report

Poor quality infrastructure, mostly roads, and related services constitute one of the main constraints to economic diversification in the Comoros. Economic activities in the country are essentially concentrated in the agricultural and tertiary sectors. Thus, the rehabilitation and, to a lesser extent, extension of the national road network will contribute to the development of the tourism and fishing sectors identified as potential growth poles for the national economy.
10-Dec-2019

Nigeria – Programme intégré de prestation de services de base inclusifs et de renforcement des moyens de subsistance (IBSDLEIP) – Project Appraisal Report

10-Dec-2019

Nigeria – Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livelihood Empowerment Integrated Programme – Project Appraisal Report

Management submits this Memorandum and Recommendation to provide an additional ADF loan not exceeding UA 3.99 million to finance activities of the Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livelihood Empowerment Integrated Programme (IBSDLEIP). The additional funds will finance the completion of educational and hostel buildings, provide a water and sanitation system, along with providing capacity building and a Business Development Centre (BDC) and other additional facilities at the Federal Science and Technical College (FSTC), in Lassa, Borno State of Nigeria. The additional activities to be...
10-Dec-2019

Nigeria - Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livehood Emprwerment Integrated Program - Project Appraisal Report

The Program is part of ongoing Federal Government efforts toward North East States1 Emergency Transition, Recovery and Peacebuilding, elaborated by the five-year programmatic “Buhari Plan” of 2016. The programme aligns with interventions by Development Partners (DPs) within the Recovery and Peace Building framework which seeks to support the implementation of the “Buhari Plan”. The overall budgetary requirement for the “Buhari Plan” is currently estimated at UA 5.3 billion (2.13 Trillion Naira). The Government funding commitment to operationalising the “Buhari Plan” is currently estimated at...
29-Nov-2019

Senegal - Resource Mobilisation and Reform Effectiveness Support Programme – Phase I (Pamrer I) - Project Appraisal Report

PAMRER I, which is the first phase of a series of three (3) programme-based budget support operations, aims to meet the following outcomes:(i) improvement in tax administration by increasing the Doing Business score from 48.08 points in 2018 to 50 points in 2022;(ii) broadening of the tax base by increasing the tax burden from 15.3% of GDP in 2018 to 20% in 2023, as well as a Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes rating of “largely compliant” following the inclusion of new standards on beneficial ownership; and (iii) enhancement of the country’s...
29-Nov-2019

Uganda - Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project - Project Appraisal Report

The Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP) is part of a citywide infrastructural improvement program that seeks to meet the Government’s long-term development strategy as outlined in the Government’s Vision 2040, which aims to increase and improve the quality of infrastructure stock to foster transformation of the Uganda’s economy from low income to a more competitive upper middle- income status. The project is aimed at tackling congestion in the city of Kampala through improvement of road network, upgrading of traffic junctions, and enhanced drainage capacity to mitigate flooding...