Tanzania

20-Jan-2020

Multinational (Tanzania/Kenya) - Arusha-Namanga-Athi River Road Development Project - Project Completion Report

The project for development of Arusha - Namanga -Athi River is consistent with East African Community EAC’s goal of developing modern regional road networks in order to accelerate regional integration and the socio-economic development of the peoples in the concerned region. Under EAC, six (6) road corridors were identified as priority areas for action. Among these was the Arusha-Namanga-Athi River road. The Government of Tanzania (GOT) and the Government of Kenya (GOK), within the EAC development framework, aim at improving regional transport infrastructure in order to deepen economic co-...
15-Jan-2020

EOI - Tanzania - Consultancy Services Development of Investment Sector Profile for Zanzibar Investment Promotion Authority

This re-advertisement for Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published in the UN Development Business (UNDB online) and the African Development Bank’s Internet Website (www.afdb.org) on 18th September 2016. The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Institutional Support Project for Good Governance (ISPGG III) and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this loan to payments under the contract for the ‘’Consultancy Services Development of...
30-Dec-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Undertaking Studies for 400kV Sumbawanga - Mpanda - Kigoma Transmission Line Including Associated Substations and Rural Electrification for Villages in Katavi Region (Phase III)

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has received financing from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the North West Grid (400kV Nyakanazi - Kigoma) Transmission Line Project. The Government intends to utilize part of the loan towards eligible payments for consultancy services for “Updating of Feasibility Study and Undertake Conceptual Design” of 400kV Sumbawanga – Mpanda – Kigoma Transmission Line including associated substations and rural electrification for villages in Katavi region.
23-Dec-2019

Tanzania: African Development Bank’s $55 million facility to jumpstart private sector-led economic growth

The African Development Bank has approved a $55 million facility to strengthen implementation of reforms to enhance Tanzania’s economic competitiveness and private sector participation in the country’s growth. These critical reforms will lead to a more vibrant economy, which will improve the living conditions of Tanzanians, particularly the poor and vulnerable, and including women and youth.  “Tanzania’s private sector is dominated by small enterprises mostly in smallholder agriculture and small informal non-farm businesses,” said Abdoulaye Coulibaly, the Bank’s Director of...
20-Dec-2019

GPN - Multinational - Bagamoyo - Horohoro/ Lunga Lunga - Malindi Road Project Mombasa – Mtwapa – Kilifi (A7) Road

The Government of the Republic of Kenya has received a loan from the African Development Bank (ADB) and African Development Fund (ADF), and a grant from European Union (EU) to finance the Multinational Bagamoyo – Horohoro/LungaLunga - Malindi Road Phase I; Mombasa-Mtwapa-Kilifi Road Section.
19-Dec-2019

Tanzania: African Development Bank lends $272 million for construction of Msalato International Airport

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a $272.12 million loan to Tanzania for the construction of a new international airport in the capital Dodoma. The funding package, approved on Wednesday, comprises a $198.6 million loan from the Bank,  $23.52 million from the African Development Fund (ADF) and $50 million in co-financing with the Africa Growing Together Fund (AGTF) — a co-financing facility of the People’s Republic of China managed by the Bank. The new airport will be built in the district of Msalato, 12 kilometres from the...
19-Dec-2019

EOI - Kenya - Consultancy Services to Undertake Scoping, Detailed Designs and Technical Specifications for Multinational Lake Victoria Maritime Communications and Transport (MLVMCT) Project

The Governments of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Multinational Lake Victoria Maritime Communications & Transport Project, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this loan to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services to Undertake Scoping, Detailed Designs and Technical Specifications for The Multinational Lake Victoria Maritime Communications and Transport (MLVMCT) Project.
19-Dec-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Individual Consultant - Regional Project Coordinator Multinational Lake Victoria Maritime Communications And Transport Project

The Governments of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda have received financing from the African Development Bank towards the cost of the Multinational Lake Victoria Maritime Communications and Transport project, and intend to apply part of the agreed amount for these loans to payments under the contract for a Regional Project Coordinator.
13-Dec-2019

Kenya & Tanzania: Over 3 million people to benefit from African Development Bank’s €345 million road construction support

Over three million people in Tanzania and Kenya will benefit from a €345 million financing package for road construction support, approved by the African Development Bank’s board in Abidjan on Thursday. The Bank’s support for the Mombasa-Lunga Lunga/Horohoro and Tanga-Pangani-Bagamoyo roads Phase I, is in the form of African Development Bank and African Development Fund loans and represents 78.5% of the total €399.7 million project cost.  The European Union contributed a grant of €30 million, 7.7% of the total project cost, to the government of Kenya. The road is a key component of...
19-Nov-2019

EOI - Tanzania - Technical Assistant and Capacity Strengthening to TANROADS - Four (4) Procurement Experts, Tender No. AE/001/2019-20/HQ/C/58

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has received financing from the African Development Bank in various currencies towards the cost of the Multinational: Rumonge – Gitaza (45 Km) and Kabingo – Kasulu - Manyovu (260.6 km) Road Upgrading Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the loans for eligible payments under Contracts for Individual Consultancy Services as Procurement Experts for Technical Assistance and Capacity Strengthening for the Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) – four (4) positions. TANROADS, an Agency of the Ministry of Works, Transport and...
18-Nov-2019

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

The proposed project involves a Construction of hydropower plant (44.8MW) utilizing Igamba falls stage III with associated facilities, a switch yard at Malagarasi. And construction of about 53km of 132kV overhead transmission line from Malagarasi Hydropower Plant to Kigoma 400/132/33kV substation at Kidahwe, The proposed project will be located in Uvinza and Kigoma district councils. The hydropower plant is located in Igamba while the transmission line traverses Mazungwe and Kazuramimba in Kazuramimba ward, Kalenge and Mlela in Kandaga ward all in Uvinza District and Kidahwe in Kidahwe...
14-Nov-2019

Tanzania - Malagarasi 45MW Hydro Power Project - P-TZ-FAB-004 – ESIA Summary

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...
12-Nov-2019

2019 Africa Investment Forum: Achieving an African economy four times bigger with only a 50% increase in energy demand

Africa has the potential to expand the continental economy fourfold, with energy demands expanding by only 50 percent, according to a new report. The International Energy Agency (IEA) unveiled its report on the first day of the second African Investment Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa Energy Outlook 2019 found that the continent’s future energy prospects look bright, but only if Governments can make the shift to more renewable energy sources. The report says there are three factors that will determine the continent’s future energy consumption - its growing population, the rapid...
06-Nov-2019

EOI - Tanzania - ’Consultancy Services Development of Investment Regulations for The Zanzibar Investment Promotion and Protection Authority Act No. 14/2018

This re-advertisement for Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published in the UN Development Business (UNDB online) and the African Development Bank’s Internet Website (www.afdb.org) on 18th September 2016. The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Institutional Support Project for Good Governance (ISPGG III) and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this loan to payments under the contract for the ‘’Consultancy Services Development of...
25-Oct-2019

Tanzania - Zanzibar Water Supply and Sanitation Project - Project Completion Reports

The design of the project was based on assessment studies and on consultations with all stakeholders including the project beneficiaries. The design of the distribution systems (tanks and piped network) took into account ease and sustained distribution of water to the beneficiaries. This consideration involved both the quantity of the water reserved for distribution and the locations (settlements) of the people hence the elevation of some of the built up reservoirs – tanks – and the ground level tanks to supply the people in high altitudes and those in lower areas through...
24-Oct-2019

EOI - Tanzania-Zimbabwe - De-Risking Agricultural Finance for Small-holder Farmers in Africa Project - PASS

The Private Agricultural Support Trust (PASS) received financing from the African Development Bank  toward the cost of the De-Risking Agricultural Finance Project, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Individual Consultant – Regional Coordinator Tanzania- Zimbabwe. The DAFS project will: (i) promote crop insurance to smallholder farmers by minimising climate-related supply chain disruptions; and (ii) improve financing and investment to the agricultural sector through credit guarantee schemes. DAFS will enhance access to finance...
07-Oct-2019

African Development Bank and partners launch pilot Cities Diagnostics tool in five cities

“The urban opportunities far outweigh the challenges,” said Prof. Davis G. Mwamfupe, the Mayor of Dodoma, Tanzania, during his message to the Cities Leadership workshop, launching the City Diagnostics for five pilot cities in Africa, held on the 25th and 26th September 2019 in Abidjan. Five cities were chosen for the pilot phase of the Cities Diagnostics for 2019 -2020: Antananarivo (Madagascar), Bizerte (Tunisia), Conakry (Republic of Guinea), Dodoma (Tanzania) and Libreville (Gabon) and were represented by their respective authorities. The African Development Bank,the Urban and...
04-Oct-2019

EOI - Multinational - Construction supervision for upgrading of Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo Road (256 Km), Lot 3: Mkange – Mkwaja – Tungamaa Road Section (95.20 Km) Including Kipumbwi Spur Road (3.7Km) to bitumen standard - Phase 1

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has applied for a Loan from the African Development Fund (ADF) towards the cost of construction of Multinational (Kenya/Tanzania): Bagamoyo – Horohoro/Lungalunga – Malindi Road Project (Phase 1) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the loans to cover eligible payments for consulting services for construction supervision for upgrading of Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo Road (256 Km), Lot 3: Mkange – Mkwaja – Tungamaa Road Section (95.20 Km) Including Kipumbwi Spur Road (3.7Km) to bitumen standard.
04-Oct-2019

EOI - Multinational - Construction supervision for upgrading of Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo Road, Lot 2: Pangani Bridge span including upgrading of approach road, Ushongo Spur Road and Pangani Access Road to bitumen standard - Phase 1

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has applied for a Loan from the African Development Fund (ADF) towards the cost of construction of Multinational (Kenya/Tanzania): Bagamoyo – Horohoro/Lungalunga – Malindi Road Project (Phase 1) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the loans to cover eligible payments for consulting services for construction supervision for upgrading of Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo Road (256 Km), Lot 2: Pangani Bridge (525 m) span including upgrading of approach road (14.3 Km), Ushongo Spur Road (5.9Km) and Pangani Access Road (5.4Km) to bitumen standard.
04-Oct-2019

EOI - Multinational - Consultancy services for sensitization of HIV/AIDS, STI, TB mitigation measures and gender issues through upgrading of the Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo road (256 km) to bitumen standard - Phase 1

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has applied for a Loan from the African Development Fund (ADF) towards the cost of construction of Multinational (Kenya/Tanzania): Bagamoyo – Horohoro/Lungalunga – Malindi Road Project (Phase 1) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the loans to cover eligible payments for provision of consulting services for sensitization of HIV/AIDS, STI, TB Mitigation measures and Gender Issues through upgrading of the Tanga – Saadani – Bagamoyo Road (256 Km) to bitumen standard.