Zimbabwe

16-Mar-2020

Zimbabwe - Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project – Phase 2 - IPR Juillet 2017

No risk or impediment curtailing the achievement of the project objective so far.
12-Mar-2020

Zimbabwe - Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project – PHASE 2 – IPR July 2017

No risk or impediment curtailing the achievement of the project objective so far.
12-Mar-2020

Zimbabwe - Strengthening Institutions of Transparency & Accountability – IPR December 2018

Mission date: From: 26/11/2018 To: 27/11/2018   Outcomes been rated Satisfactory (2.83) due to stagnation on PEFA results. All the 12 Output targets are expected to be achieved by the end of the Projects, hence rated Highly Satisfactory (4).
12-Mar-2020

Zimbabwe - Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project PH II Stage I – IPR January 2019

Given the prevailing economic and political environment in the country, project implementation progress is rated satisfactory since the transmission component (EPIRP004) is complete and commissioning of distribution component (EPIRP 005) works is expected on 19 December 2018.
10-Mar-2020

Zimbabwe - Africa Disaster Risk Financing (ADRiFi) Capacity-building Project for Zimbabwe - Project Appraisal Report

The Africa Disaster Risk Financing (ADRiFi) Capacity Building Project aims to strengthen Zimbabwe’s disaster risk management capacity. This support originates from a dialogue with the country in relation to their participation in the Bank’s flagship programme on disaster risk finance: the African Disaster Risks Financing (ADRiFi) Progamme, which aims to enhance the resilience and response to climate shocks in the regional member countries (RMCs), through the management the risks of climate-related disasters. The project will enhance Zimbabwe’s capacity to manage the risks of extreme climate...
08-Mar-2020

On International Women’s Day Dr. Jennifer Blanke, Vice President for Agriculture, Human and Social Development takes stock and answers 3 questions about African women and agriculture and gives us results from the ground in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Sudan

1. Can you tell the many observing International Women’s Day about the integral role women play in African agriculture? It is well known that women form the backbone of Africa’s economies, and this is as true of agriculture as other areas. In many parts of Africa, well over half of the farmers are women and they are also are very active in value addition such as food processing, as well as in the agricultural service sector. And they do this often back breaking work while also carrying out the unpaid work of running households and child-rearing. At the same time, women face...
26-Feb-2020

Zimbabwe: African Development Bank Executive Directors conduct consultative mission, tour project sites

A seven-member delegation of Executive Directors of the African Development Bank visited Zimbabwe on a week-long fact-finding mission where they held meetings with a number of officials including President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa. The delegation also met officials from various ministries, civil society, private sector and multilateral financial institutions, during which they were briefed on the current macro-economic, social and political environment in the southern African nation. During the meeting with President Mnangagwa, the delegation appreciated ongoing reform efforts...
18-Feb-2020

Zimbabwe - Support to the Beef and Leather Value Chains - Project Appraisal Report

Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Social-Economic Transformation (ZIM-ASSET) 2013 - 2018,' the blue print guiding Zimbabwe’s national development, identifies agriculture as the backbone of the economy underpinning economic growth, food security and poverty eradication programs. Agriculture contributes 15-18% of the country’s GDP, (30% at its peak); over 40% of national export earnings and 60% of raw materials are agro-based. In addition, over 70% of the population derives its livelihood from agriculture-related employment comprising 1/3 of the formal labor force. With approximately 40% of rural...
14-Feb-2020

Zimbabwe: $33 million African Development Bank clean water and sanitation project nears completion

Safe water access and cleaner waste collection are set to become a reality for vulnerable communities in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, as a Bank-funded water and sewerage improvement project enters its final phase. The Bulawayo Water and Sewerage Services Improvement Project (BWSSIP), a $33 million project is on course to rehabilitate and upgrade water production treatment facilities, water distribution, sewer drainage networks and wastewater treatment disposal facilities in the southwestern part of the city. The project is expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2020. “We are...
12-Feb-2020

GPN - Zimbabwe - Tax and Accountability Enhancement Project (TAEP)

The Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) has received a grant, an amount of UA 7.60 million, from the African Development Fund (ADF) to finance the Tax and Accountability Enhancement Project (TAEP). The Government of Zimbabwe is co-financing the project with an amount of UA 0.801 million. The proposed project is aligned with Zimbabwe’s Transitional Stabilization Programme (TSP), 2018-2020 prioritizing fiscal consolidation, economic stabilization and growth and employment creation. The project complements efforts by the GoZ and other Development partners by seeking to contribute towards macroeconomic...
10-Feb-2020

EOI - Zimbabwe - Transaction Advisory Services to assist in the partial privatisation of Allied Timbers

The Government of Zimbabwe has received grants from the African Development Fund towards the cost of Institutional Support for State Enterprises Reform and Delivery Project (ISERDP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for these grants to payments under the contract for Transaction Advisory Services to assist in the partial privatization of Allied Timbers of Zimbabwe (ATZ).
31-Jan-2020

Zimbabwe - Capacity Building for Public Finance and Economic Management Project (CBPFEM) - Project Appraisal Report

(i) Enhanced capacity for public financial management, including debt management, and revenue collection; and (ii) improved capacities for implementation of the Medium Term Plan (MTP), legal and institutional framework for PPPs, statistical development, and regional integration framework.
23-Jan-2020

Zimbabwe: African Development Bank Group approves grant for disaster risk management training

The Board of the African Development Fund (ADF) on Wednesday approved a $685,000 grant to strengthen Zimbabwe’s capacity to manage disaster risks, including droughts, floods and tropical cyclones, through the Bank’s Africa Disaster Risk Financing (ADRiFi) programme. The grant will cover training for various national agencies involved in disaster risk management and financing and contingency planning as part of the ADRiFi project, designed to enhance the response of Regional Member Countries to climate disasters and promote innovative disaster risk finance instruments, such as disaster risk...
15-Jan-2020

African Development Bank allocates €1.2 million to train policymakers in boosting mining revenues

The African Development Bank has allocated a €1.2 million grant to provide training to help resource-rich countries improve their mining revenues. The Bank’s Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Complex approved the first-of its kind grant from the Transitional Support Facility for the project on Financial Modelling for the Extractive Sector (FIMES) in December. The project will be implemented in Africa’s transitional countries from 2020 to 2022. The FIMES project will train policymakers responsible for the extractive sector to realise greater returns from natural...
15-Jan-2020

Zimbabwe: African Development Bank, UN and World Bank launch 2019 Needs Assessment Report to spur economic recovery

The African Development Bank, United Nations and World Bank Group recently launched the Zimbabwe 2019 Joint Needs Assessment Report. The study, the first to be prepared jointly in Zimbabwe by the three organizations, was produced after the Government of Zimbabwe requested them to assess the scope of challenges and needs. The southern African nation has engaged on a path to accelerate policy and legal reform for economic recovery and inclusive growth. This includes investments in quality social services; social cohesion and peace; improved governance; and re-engagement with the...
18-Dec-2019

SPN – Prequalification – Zimbabwe – Alaska-Karoi (132kV) Power Transmission Rehabilitation Project (AKTP) - AKTP 001 Substation and Line Construction

This Invitation for Prequalification (IFP) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in United Nations Development Business online (UNDB online) No. No AFDB61-01/2017  and on the African Development Bank’s Internet Website. The Government of The Republic of Zimbabwe has received a Grant financing from the African Development Bank TSF toward the cost of the Alaska-Karoi (132kV) Power Transmission Rehabilitation Project (AKTP) and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant financing to eligible payments under the contract for AKTP 001...
12-Dec-2019

Zimbabwe - Vulnerability Alleviation Project (VAP) - P-ZW-IE0-004 - Executive Summary ESMF

The Vulnerability Alleviation Project (VAP) aims to contribute to the cushioning of the vulnerable populations of Zimbabwe, particular in the urban areas, from the impacts of the ongoing economic reforms in the country. The proposed operation builds on the extensive in-country Public Works Project experience, to strengthen urban resilience by reinforcing coping mechanisms across priority sectors. The Project will contribute to building resilience and improving the livelihoods of vulnerable youth and women through the development of community infrastructure and community livelihood economic...
10-Dec-2019

Contract Awards - Zimbabwe - Supply and Delivery of Vehicles and Crane Trucks - Lot B

10-Dec-2019

Contract Awards - Zimbabwe - Supply and Delivery of Vehicles and Crane Trucks - Lot A

14-Nov-2019

SPN - Zimbabwe - Materials and Equipment for Stamford, Hillside, and Forestvale Substations in Zimbabwe - Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project -Consolidation Works

This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in the United Nations Development Business online (UNDB online) No. AFDB495-07/14 of 24th July 2014 and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website (www.afdb.org) on 30th July 2014. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe has received a grant from the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund (Zim-Fund) administered by the African Development Bank towards the cost of the Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project Phase II (...