Tanzania

30-Mar-2020

IFB - Tanzania - Supply and Installation of Hardware and Software for Electronic Single Window System (eSWS)

This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online: dated 30th November 2017 and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website; The United Republic of Tanzania has received Financing from the African Development Bank (ADF) toward the cost of Institutional Support Project for Domestic Resources Mobilization and Natural Resources Governance (ISP-DRM & NRG), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to payments under the agreement(s) resulting from this IFB:  For Supply and Installation of...
18-Mar-2020

Multinational Bagamoyo – Horohorolunga -Lunga – Malindi Road Project Phase I - Appraisal Report

The East African Coastal Corridor: Malindi – Mombasa – Lunga Lunga/Horohoro and Tanga - Pangani - Bagamoyo Road (454km) is a strategic component of the East African transport corridors network, connecting Kenya and Tanzania. The road project will boost regional integration by reducing transit times, facilitating trade and cross-border movement of people, opening up access to touristic attractions, linking the ports of Dar es Salaam, Tanga and Mombasa, and stimulating the blue economy. It is a spur-link to the Northern Corridor, which is a priority project under PIDA.
13-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Final Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed construction of Kigoma 400/132/33kV substation and 53KM of 132kV transmission line from Malagarasi Hydropower Plant to Kigoma Substation – P-TZ-FAB-004

The Government of Tanzania in corroboration with the African Development Bank (AfDB) through the Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is intending to construct a 400/132/33kV substation at Kidahwe and 53km of 132kV transmission line from Malagarasi Hydropower Plant to Kigoma substation. The transmission line is intended to evacuate 44.8MW power generated from Malagarasi Hydropower plant to Kigoma. The 400/132/33kV substation will be constructed at Kidahwe in Kigoma District Council. The line will align from Malagarasi to Mazungwe (20km) in a 20m wide corridor acquired by TANESCO...
13-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Malagarasi 45MW Hydro Power Project - P-TZ-FAB-004 – RAP Report

The Kigoma region is among the 26 regions of Tanzania Mainland. The region is situated in western Tanzania and it borders the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with Lake Tanganyika to its west, Tabora and Geita regions to its east, Kagera region and Burundi to its north and Katavi region to its south. Its economy is primarily agricultural based with large population engaged in subsistence agriculture farming apart from other activities like fishing, beekeeping, and livestock keeping. Kigoma Region has a lot of potential for development but the underdevelopment of economic infrastructure such...
13-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Malagarasi Hydropower Project - P-TZ-FAB-004 – Updated ESIA

The ESIA study was carried out in 2012 and the project was financed by MCC but now the Malagarasi HEP project is funded by African Development Bank (AfDB) and Agence Française de Development (AFD). It has been noted that since then there some of legislation and policies that has been amended, and also there might be some variation in environmental baseline and other concern issue has to be updated thus the update of the EIA report is of importance   The proposed hydropower project is some 27 km south of the main Uvinza-Kigoma road and railway, currently reachable by a dirt track. The...
12-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Road Sector Support Project II - IPR February 2016

Mission date: From: 12/02/2016 To: 29/02/2016   Progress is satisfactory and is expected to pick up at the end of the rainy season in April 2015.
11-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Support to Technical Vocational Education and Training and Teacher Education Project - IPR October 2019

Mission date:  From: 24 June To: 28 June 2019   The Development Objectives are still relevant, however, significant delays in implementation of project activities are affecting realization of DOs within the Project period. The Project last date of disbursement is 31 December 2019. There has been limited progress in achieving project outputs.
11-Mar-2020

Tanzania - Zanzibar Urban Water and Sanitation - IPR July 2019

Mission date: From:10 June 2019 To: 14 June 2019   Implementation of the project is ongoing with some hitches on the main contracts. However the hitches and delays will not derail attainment of the development objectives as the remedial actions being taken have brought project implementation back on course.
04-Mar-2020

GPN - Multinational - Strengthening Transboundary Cooperation and Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Songwe River Basin’ (STCINRM-SRB) Project

The Governments of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of Malawi are jointly implementing the Songwe River Basin Development Programme (SRBDP), which is managed by the Secretariat of the Joint Songwe River Basin Commission (S-SRBC) with office located at Kyela, Tanzania. The two countries have received a grant from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) through the African Development Bank (AfDB) to finance the ‘Strengthening Transboundary Cooperation and Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Songwe River Basin’ (STCINRM-SRB) Project. The project intends to apply part of...
27-Feb-2020

Tanzania Road Sector Support Project I - The Upgrading of Namtumbo-Tunduru (193 Km) And Iringa - Dodoma Road Projects (260 Km) - Project Completion Report

The project development objective is: (a) To improve the essential road transport services between Namtumbo and Tunduru Districts, Iringa, Dodoma, Babati and Arusha, and integrate it with the rest of Tanzania and ; (b) To improve the road transport connectivity between the Central transport corridor in Tanzania with the Northern corridor in Kenya...
27-Feb-2020

Tanzania - The Upgrading of Dodoma (Mayamaya)- Babati (Bonga) (188.15 Km) and Tunduru-Mangaka-Mtambaswala Road Upgrading Project (202.5km) - Project Completion Report

he project development objective is:(a) To improve the essential road transport services between Dodoma, Babati and Arusha, and integrate it with the rest of Tanzania and (b) To improve the road transport connectivity between the Central Transport corridor in Tanzania with the Northern corridor in Kenya.
27-Feb-2020

Tanzania - Marketing Infrastructure, Value Addition and Rural Finance Support (Mivarf) Programme - Project Completion Report

The program’s development objective was to contribute to poverty reduction and economic growth through enhancing rural incomes and food security. The objective was well aligned to the needs of the beneficiaries – where despite a declining trend, 28% of Mainland Tanzanians remain income poor, more so in rural areas (33%) than in urban areas (22%).1. The program’s objective was the mirror image of the of the national strategies including the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty II (NSGRP), and both the 2013 agricultural policy and the Agricultural Sector Development Program II...
27-Feb-2020

AOI - Multinationale - Travaux de réhabilitation, d’aménagement et de bitumage du tronçon Gitaza (PK25) – Rumonge (PK70): 45 Km et aménagements connexes

La présente invitation à soumissionner suit l'avis général d'acquisition pour ce projet qui a été publié sur UNDB online N° AfDB 427-03/19 du 27 mars 2019 et sur le site Web du groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement. Le Gouvernement du Burundi a obtenu un don de 47,25 Millions d’UC du Fonds Africain de Développement (FAD) dans le cadre du Projet Multinational Burundi/Tanzanie de Réhabilitation des routes Rumonge – Gitaza et Kabingo-Kasulu-Manyovu pour financer le coût des travaux de réhabilitation, d’aménagement et de bitumage du tronçon Gitaza (PK25) – Rumonge (PK70): 45 Km et...
24-Feb-2020

IFB - Tanzania - Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1, Package 2: Buildings

The Government of United the Republic of Tanzania has received financing from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1, and intends to apply a portion of these funds to cover eligible payments under the Works Contract for the Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1, Package 2: Buildings, Tender No. AE/001/2019-20/HQ/W/39.
24-Feb-2020

IFB - Tanzania - Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1, Package 1: Infrastructure

The Government of United the Republic of Tanzania has received financing from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1 and intends to apply a portion of these funds to cover eligible payments under the Works Contract for the Construction of Msalato International Airport – Phase 1, Lot 1, Package 1: Infrastructure, Tender No. AE/001/2019-20/HQ/W/38.
19-Feb-2020

EAC hosts the 30th NEPAD-IPPF Oversight Committee in Arusha

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPPF) held its 30th Oversight Committee meeting for the Special Fund at the headquarters of the East African Community, in Arusha, Tanzania. The meeting which took place on the 13th and 14th of February 2020, convened over 30 participants, including donors providing financial support to the NEPAD-IPPF Special Fund, representatives of the African Development Bank, African Union Commission, African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), Regional Economic Communities, Regional Power Pools,...
13-Feb-2020

Tanzania - Transport Sector Support Program - Project Appraisal Report

Transport Sector Support Program (TSSP) comprises interventions in roads, rail and air transport sub-sectors in the country. In the roads sub-sector, the interventions include: (a) civil works for rehabilitation/upgrading of some 462km of roads to bitumen standard in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar Island, (b) consulting services related to the road works and road studies, (c) capacity building; (d) compensation and resettlement, and (e) social infrastructure. Other interventions include studies in railway and air transport sub-sectors. The total cost of the project amounts to UA 275.11...
13-Feb-2020

Tanzania - Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank - Project Appraisal Report

The objective of the present project, which involves a loan from the African Development Fund (ADF) to the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) to be on-lent to the Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank (TADB), is to contribute to the development of the agriculture sector in Tanzania. The agriculture sector provides employment for about 67% of the population of Tanzania and has a very big potential for expansion given the abundance of arable land and the availability of inland water resources. However, the sector needs to be developed if Tanzania is to achieve sustainable economic development...
07-Feb-2020

On the Kenya-Tanzania border, the African Development Bank eases trade with One Stop Border Post

On the border between Tanzania and Kenya sits Namanga, a town of 16,000 residents where cross-border trade has thrived thanks to investment in a One Stop Border Post (OSBP). In 2007, the African Development Bank provided financing of $108 million to Kenya and $77 million to Tanzania with the objective of easing the flow of people and goods across the East African frontier through road improvements and the construction of a OSBP. The facility, located between Tanzania’s Longido District and Kenya’s Kajiado County, has contributed to improving trade and tourism on both sides of the border...
03-Feb-2020

GPN - Multinational - Bagamoyo – Horohoro/Lungalunga – Malindi Road Project (Phase 1)

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has received financing from the Africa Development Fund (ADF) to finance Multinational: (Tanzania/Kenya), Bagamoyo – Horohoro/Lungalunga – Malindi Road Project (Phase 1). The principal objectives of this project are to promote trade and regional integration and to contribute to the countries’ social and economic development, poverty reduction efforts and enhancing tourism by providing improved transport infrastructure. The specific objective of the project is to improve road transport services between Kenya and Tanzania by reducing travel...