Tanzania

16-Aug-2019

IFB - Tanzania - Supply and installation of hardware and Software for Electronic SWS (eSWS) with specific lot

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 in various currencies towards the cost of Institutional Support Project for Domestic Resources Mobilization and Natural Resources Governance (ISP-DRM & NRG).  It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for Supply and...
05-Aug-2019

Tanzania - Msalato International Airport Development Project – RAP Summary

The Msalato International Airport Development Project will entail the construction of the Msalato International Airport (MSIA) in phases. The Bank's planned involvement will be limited to Lot 1 of Phase I which will consist of a self-sufficient and self-sustained airport with an access road, a terminal building, a 3600 m runway and the associated aprons and taxiways as well as the essential services and facilities (landside and airside) required for the airport’s operations in compliance with international aviation requirements. Other aspects of the works shall include institutional support...
02-Aug-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Consultancy Services for the Implementation of a Central of Payment Incidents (CPI) for the Bank of the Republic of Burundi (BRB)

The East African Community (EAC) has received financing from the African Development Fund (ADF) toward the cost of the implementation of EAC Payment and Settlement Systems Integration Project (EAC-PSSIP) and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services for the Implementation of a Central of Payment Incidents (CPI) for the Bank of the Republic of Burundi (BRB). The main objective of the consultancy is to develop and implement a Central of Payment Incidents (CPI) for Bank of the Republic of Burundi (BRB).
02-Aug-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Consultancy service to review districts plan of Same and Mwanga - Institutional support for climate and seasonal weather information for adaptation planning in northern Tanzania

The Government of United Republic of Tanzania has received funds from the African Development Bank towards the cost of institutional support for climate and seasonal weather information for adaptation planning in Northern Tanzania for a total duration of two (2) years. The Executing Agencies for the project is the Vice President’s Office under the Directorate of Environment (VPO – DoE) with the Mwanga and Same districts. and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this fund to procure the Consultant who will perform the Consultancy service to review districts plan of Same and Mwanga to...
02-Aug-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Consultancy service to conduct climate change vulnerability assessment baseline study - Institutional support for climate and seasonal weather information for adaptation planning in northern Tanzania

The Government of United Republic of Tanzania has received funds from the African Development Bank towards the cost of institutional support for climate and seasonal weather information for adaptation planning in Northern Tanzania for a total duration of two (2) years. The Executing Agencies for the project is the Vice President’s Office under the Directorate of Environment (VPO – DoE) with the Mwanga and Same districts. and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this fund to procure the Consultant who will perform the Consultancy service to conduct climate change vulnerability assessment...
02-Aug-2019

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. The Project road is in line with the development priorities of both the Government of Tanzania (GoT) as highlighted in its National Development Plan (MKUKUTA) and the Government of Zanzibar of prioritising infrastructure development for poverty...
02-Aug-2019

Tanzania - The upgrading of dodoma(Mayamaya)- babati (Bonga) (188.15 Km) and tunduru-mangaka-mtambaswala road upgrading project (202.5km) - Appraisal Report

The 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.
02-Aug-2019

Tanzania - Marketing Infrastructure, Value Addition and Rural Finance Support (MIVARF) Programme - Appraisal 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...
26-Jul-2019

Tanzania - Msalato International Airport Development Project – ESIA Summary

Tanzania is officially known as the United Republic of Tanzania. It is located in East Africa bordering Kenya and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to the south and the Indian Ocean to the east. The most prominent physical features are Mt. Kilimanjaro at the border with Kenya, Mt. Meru located not far away from Mt. Kilimanjaro, Lake Victoria in the north and the Usambara Mountains. Tanzania remains a rural based country with nearly 70% of its population living in the rural areas. This rural population...
25-Jul-2019

Tanzania - Africa fertilizer financing mechanism (Affm) - Project Summary

The Africa Fertilizer Financing Mechanism (AFFM) was created in 2006 during the Abuja African Green Revolution summit. However it became operational in 2015, after achieving the initial capital of USD 10 Million. Following the realignment of the AFFM’s Strategy by the Governing Council in June 2018, it was decided that the AFFM focuses on the provision of credit guarantee as a tool for derisking the financing of fertilizer value chain across the continent in order to reach the Abuja Declaration target of 50kg of fertilizer use per hectare. In regard to this new focus area, a feasibility study...
18-Jun-2019

SPN - Tanzania - Drilling, Testing, Evaluation and Completion of 15 deep wells at the at Makumira-Tengeru Well Field

This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online posted on 9th January, 2016 and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website on 20th January, 2016.
18-Jun-2019

EOI – Tanzania - NEI Ltd’s preparation studies for a new agro-processing factory and an adjacent plantation in Moshi, Kilimanjaro

Natural Extraction Industries (NEI), Limited, Tanzania, has received a Grant from the African Development Bank and intends to utilize part of this Grant towards the cost of the following Assignment: To carry out project preparation studies to enhance the bankability of a new agroprocessing factory and an adjacent plantation in Moshi, Kilimanjaro (Tanzania).
14-Jun-2019

EOI – Tanzania - NEI LTD’s Feasibility Studies: Financial; Engineering services (includes hydrological and climate feasibility study) & Tax and legal advisory and an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Reports

Natural Extraction Industries (NEI), Limited, Tanzania, has received a Grant from the African Development Bank and intends to utilize part of this Grant towards the cost of the following Assignment: To carry out project preparation studies to enhance the bankability of the Expanded Go Farming Project.
13-Jun-2019

Multinational - Strengthening transboundary cooperation and integrated natural resources management in the Songwe river basin - Project Summary

The Songwe River Basin(SRB)covers an estimated area of 4,200 km2 and is part of the wider Zambezi River basin. The river forms part of the formal border between Malawi and mainland Tanzania.Increasing competition for space, water and natural resources is degrading the Songwe River Basin. Both riparian countries ratified in 2017 the convention creating the Songwe River Basin Commission (SRBC) to sustainably manage the basin natural resources and implement the Songwe River Basin Development Programme (SRBDP). The ‘Strengthening transboundary cooperation and integrated natural resource...
13-Jun-2019

EOI – Tanzania - Feasibility study on the “Tanzania Feed Value Chain Expansion for Smallholder Impact” project - TANFEEDS

International TanFeeds Ltd(TANFEEDS) has received financing from the African Development Bank and plans to utilize part of this grant to carry out a feasibility study on the “Tanzania Feed Value Chain Expansion for Smallholder Impact” project. The idea behind this project is to carry out a feasibility study(Technical, Financial, Market and Environmental& Social Impact Assessment)and to develop a bankable business plan.The services included under this contract are:Feasibility Study:Determination of technical feasibility of the project; Economic and financial evaluation of the project...
03-Jun-2019

IFB – Tanzania - Addendum No 1 - Upgrading of Kabingo – Kasulu- Manyovu (260.6 Km) road to bitumen standard, lot 4: Nduta junction – Kibondo junction - Kabingo section (62.5 Km)

The Invitation For Bids (IFB) for the above mentioned tender was published in the Daily News of 8th March 2019, and The East African of 9th – 15th March 2019. Adverts were also placed in the TANROADS’ website (www.tanroads.go.tz), AfDB’s website (www.afdb.org) and UNDB online. Prospective Bidders are hereby informed that TANROADS has finalised Addendum No. 1 to the Bidding Documents.
03-Jun-2019

IFB – Tanzania - Addendum No 1 - Upgrading of Kabingo – Kasulu- Manyovu (260.6 Km) road to bitumen standard, lot 2: Kanyani junction - Mvugwe section (70.5 Km)

he Invitation For Bids (IFB) for the above mentioned tender was published in the Daily News of 8th March 2019, and The East African of 9th – 15th March 2019. Adverts were also placed in the TANROADS’ website (www.tanroads.go.tz), AfDB’s website (www.afdb.org) and UNDB online. Prospective Bidders are hereby informed that TANROADS has finalised Addendum No. 1 to the Bidding Documents.
03-Jun-2019

IFB – Tanzania - Addendum No 1 - Upgrading of Kabingo – Kasulu- Manyovu (260.6 Km) road to bitumen standard, lot 3: Mvugwe – Nduta junction section (59.35 Km)

The Invitation For Bids (IFB) for the above mentioned tender was published in the Daily News of 8th March 2019, and The East African of 9th – 15th March 2019. Adverts were also placed in the TANROADS’ website (www.tanroads.go.tz), AfDB’s website (www.afdb.org) and UNDB online.
03-Jun-2019

IFB – Tanzania - Addendum No 1 - Upgrading of Kabingo – Kasulu- Manyovu (260.6 Km) road to bitumen standard, lot 1: Kasulu junction – Manyovu section including Kasulu town links (68.25 Km)

The Invitation For Bids (IFB) for the above mentioned tender was published in the Daily News of 8th March 2019, and The East African of 9th – 15th March 2019. Adverts were also placed in the TANROADS’ website (www.tanroads.go.tz), AfDB’s website (www.afdb.org) and UNDB online.
28-May-2019

EOI – Tanzania - Consultancy services for construction supervision of Dodoma city outer ring road (110.2 Km) construction project, lot 1 : Nala - Veyula - Mtumba - Ihumwa dry port (50.2 KM) - DCORR

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has applied for a loan from the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Growing Together Fund (AGTF) towards the cost of Construction of the Dodoma City Outer Ring Road (110.2 km) to Dual Carriage way and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the loans for eligible payments for consulting services for Construction Supervision of Dodoma City Outer Ring Road (110.2 Km)Construction Project, Lot 1: Nala -Veyula -Mtumba -Ihumwa Dry Port (50.2 Km).