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Ethiopia-Kenya Interconnection: The objective is to connect about

1200 km of 500 kV DC line between Sodo Subestation (Ethiopia) to

metropolitan Nairobi, including the two converting stations to trans-

port 2,000 MW from Southern Ethiopia to the Eastern Africa Power

Pool. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 1 June 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category A. US$ 377.0/189.0/95.0 (IDA

Credit/AFDB/EUIB). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Energy

of Kenya, Nyayo House, PO Box 30582-00100, Nairobi, Kenya, Tel: (254-

2) 031-5202, Fax: (254-722) 857-980, E-mail: power@energymin.go.ke,

Contact: John N. Githinji, Project Manager. Ethiopian Electric Power

Corporation, PO Box 1233, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Tel: (251-1) 551-7220,

Fax: (251-1) 515-5671, Contact: Ato Miheret Debebe, Project Manager



First Adjarala Hydroelectric West Africa Power Pool APL-Phase

III: The objective is to finance the following complement of investments

and technical assistance: (a) Construction of Adjarala hydropower

plant and its 161 kV Interconnection between the plant and the Momé

Hagou Substation; (b) Environmental and Social Compensation Plan;

and (c) Reinforcement of Project and Construction Management of CEB

staff. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 November 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 120.0/150.0/80.0 (IDA

Credit/ZBIL/ZMUL). Consultants will be needed to update the Envi-

ronmental Impact Assessment and the Resettlement Action Plan, for

the technical review of select aspects of the hydropower plant design

and the update of the project economics. Communaute Electrique du

Benin (CEB), Rue de la Kozah, B.P. 1368, Lome, Togo, Tel: (228) 221-

6132, Fax: (228) 221-3764, E-mail: dg@cebnet.org, Contact: Djibril Sal-

ifou, Managing Director



First Africa Mineral Governance APL: The objective is to assist

African governments in participating countries to identify and develop

mineral resource corridors and to enhance benefits from the mining

sector. This would include the development of regional standards to

manage the sector, capacity building on a regional level, and the es-

tablishment of regional centers of excellence. Preparation is underway.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P116533. US$ 31.0 (IDA

Credit). Consultants will be needed for lending preparation (by the Bank)



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to assist in the development of regional standards and agenda, and im-

plementation (by Borrower) for capacity-building, geo-data collection,

stakeholder dialogue, establishment and running of centers of excel-

lence. Implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Fourth Adjarala Hydroelectric APL-Phase II: The objective is the

implementation of a 3 x 49 MW hydropower and a transmission in-

terconnection between the plant and the substation of Momé Hagou

(Togo). At Momé Hagou, the transmission line joins the WAPP Coastal

Transmission Backbone. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled

for 20 October 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. US$

90.0/20.0/191.4/79.3/200.0/34.2/30.0/30.0 (IDA Credit/ADFA/AFDB/

EUIB/ISDB/KFW/WADB/WADF). Consultants will be required.

Communaute Economique du Benin (CEB), Rue de la Kozah, B.P. 1368,

Lome, Togo, Tel: (228) 221-6132, Fax: (228) 221-3764, E-mail: dg@ceb-

net.org, Contact: Djibril Salifou, Managing Director

NELSAP-Regional Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric and Multipur-

pose: The objective is to build a dam (15 m in height and 470 million

m3 in reservoir capacity) and hydropower plant (60-80 MW) as well

as transmission lines (360 km estimate) linked to all three countries

(i.e. Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania). Project Concept Review Meet-

ing scheduled for 15 July 2011. Environmental Assessment Category

A. Project: P075941. US$ 100.0/40.0/15.0/35.0 (IDA Credit/AFDF/

ZBIL/ZPCO). Consultants will be required. Ministere de l’Energie et

des Mines, Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 222-9555, Fax: (257-2) 222-

3337, E-mail: dgee@cbinf.com, Contact: Idi Buhanga Pressadi, Di-

recteur General. REGIDESO, B.P. 660, Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel:

(257-2) 222-3412, Fax: (257-2) 222-6563, Contact: Celestin Nduwamung,

Managing Director. Ministry of Infrastructure Kigali, PO Box 24, Ki-

gali, Rwanda, Tel: (250) 0830-1890, Fax: (250) 585-755, Contact: Alexis

Karani, Director of Planning. Ministry of Energy and Minerals, PO Box

2000, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 323-9455, Fax: (255-22)

212-0799, Contact: Eng. Bashir J. Mrindoko, PIC Chair Commissioner.

Electrogaz, PO Box 537, Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: (250-788) 307-149, Con-

tact: Yves Muyange, Director General



Regional Transmission Development APL: The objective is to sup-

port the development of the transmission backbone linking Tete

Province with the south of Mozambique. World Bank participation in

the project will be critical in terms of structuring and anchoring a

bankable project that will serve as a catalyst for raising the required

financing. Preparation is underway. Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory A. Project: P108934. US$ 90.0/50.0 (IDA Credit/GUID). Consulting

services to be determined. Electricidade de Mocambique (Electricity

of Mozambique), Av. Zedequias Manganhela, N-267, Predio Zat, 4th

Floor, PO Box 938, Maputo, Mozambique, Tel: (258-21) 304-407, Fax:

(258-21) 328-233, E-mail: cyum@edmdipla.co.mz, Contact: Mr. Carlos

Yum, Director and Project Coordinator



Regional and Domestic Power Additional Financing: The objec-

tive is to cover costs overruns mainly with respect to the rehabilita-

tion of the existing hydroelectric facilities of Inga 1 and Inga 2; to

implement the power sector institutional reform; and to provide re-

sources to accelerate the development of new hydro generating facil-

ities. Preparation is underway. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 300.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. So-

ciete Nationale d’Electricte (SNEL), 2831 Avenue de la Justice, BP

500 Kin1, Commune de la Gombe, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of

Congo, Tel: (243-815) 041-639, Fax: (243-952) 674-7456, E-mail: yen-

gomass@yahoo.fr

Southern Africa Power Market APL1 Additional Financing: The

objective is to cover cost over-runs on all the five major contracts for

the rehabilitation of the converter and invertor subsations of the 500

kV HVDC transmission system. Bank Approval completed on 30 June

2009. Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 180.6/47.0/18.0 (IDA

Grant/EUIB/ZPCI). Consultants will be required. Societe Nationale

d’Electricte (SNEL), 2831 Avenue de la Justice, BP 500 Kin1, Commune

de la Gombe, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tel: (243-815)

041-639, Fax: (243-952) 674-7456, E-mail: yengomass@yahoo.fr, Con-

tact: Mr. Yengo Massampu, Director General



Third West Africa Power Pool APL (Inter-Zonal Transmission

Hub): The objective is to lower the cost and improve access to elec-

tricity supply to Burkina Faso through avoided diesel generation, and

to increase the overall reliability and stability of the Burkina Faso and

Ghana grid. Decision Meeting scheduled for 31 August 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P094919. US$ 60.0/35.0

(IDA Credit/AFDB). Consulting services to be determined. Societe

Nationale d’Electricite du Burkina (SONABEL), 01 BP 54 Ouagadougou,

Burkina Fao, Tel: (226) 5030-6100, Fax: (226) 5031-0340, E-mail: Salif.ka-

bore@sonabel.bf, Contact: Salif Kabore, Managing Director. Ghana Grid

Company Limited, PO Box M-77, Volta House, Accra, Ghana, Tel:

(233-21) 221-132/134, Fax: (233-21) 662-610, E-mail: gridco@grid-

cogh.com, Contact: Charles Darku, Chief Executive



Finance

(N) Regional Financial Sector Regionalization I: The objective is

to support the EAC institutions to implement the financial sector in-

tegration strategy with the ultimate goal of broadening and deepening

the EAC single market in financial services. Project Concept Review

Meeting scheduled for 8 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory C. US$ 6.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined.

East African Community Secretary (EAC), AICC Kilimanjaro Wing,

5th Floor, PO Box 1096A, Arusha, Tanzania, Tel: (255-27) 250-4253/4/

5/6, Fax: (255-27) 250-4255, E-mail: eac@eachq.org

(N) Regional Financial Sector Regionalization Phase II: The ob-

jective is to support the EAC institutions to implement the financial sec-

tor integration strategy with the ultimate goal of broadening and

deepening the EAC single market in financial services. Project Con-

cept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 June 2011. Environmental As-

sessment Category C. US$ 34.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to

be determined. East African Community Secretary (EAC), AICC Kil-

imanjaro Wing, 5th Floor, PO Box 1096A, Arusha, Tanzania, Tel: (255-

27) 250-4253/4/5/6, Fax: (255-27) 250-4255, E-mail: eac@eachq.org

(N) 

 W A E M U   Mortgage   Refinancing   Facility:   

(West  African

Economic  and  Monetary  Union  (WAEMU))  The  objective  is  to 

assist  Central  Bank  of  West  African  States  (BCEAO)  to  facilitate

households to access long-term housing mortgage loans. Project Con-

cept  Review  Meeting  scheduled for 6 October  2010.  Environmental 

Assessment Category C. US$ 200.0/5.0 (IBRD/IDA Credit). Consul-

ting services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Second Regional Trade Facilitation: The objective is to de-

velop the provision of financial instruments and services for the pur-

pose of promoting regional integration, trade, investment, and other

productive activities in Africa in supplement to those which may be of-

fered by the private sector, or in cooperation with the private sector.

Bank Approval scheduled for 9 December 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category F. Project: P112456. US$ 59.0/27.5 (IDA Credit

/AFDB). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Finance, Boulevard

du 30 Juin, Kinshasa Gombe, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tel:

(243-8) 1811-6565, E-mail: minfinrdc@micronet.cd, Contact: Mr.

Athanase Matenda Kyelu, Minister of Finance. Ministry of Finance and

Economic Planning, 28th February Road, PO Box M40, Accra, Ghana,

Tel: (233-21) 667-465, Fax: (233-21) 686-104, E-mail: Pfaunit@mofep.

gov.gh, Contact: Dr. Sam Mensah, Head, Project and Financial Analy-

sis. African Trade Insurance Agency, Kenya Re-Towers, Capital Hill

Road, PO Box 10620-00100, Nairobi, Kenya, Tel: (254-20) 272-6999, Fax:

(254-20) 271-9701, E-mail: Stewart.Kinloch@ati-aca.org, Contact: Mr

Stewart Kinloch, Ag. Chief Executive Officer



Health and Other Social Services

(R) Regional Health Systems Strengthening and TB Support: The

objective is to improve access, quality, and efficiency of TB diagnos-

tic services using an integrated approach to laboratory strengthening.

Negotiations completed on 16 April 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for

25 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P111556.

US$ 63.7 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Health,

Plot 6 Lourdel Road, PO Box 7272, Kampala, Uganda, Tel: (256-41) 434-

0874, Fax: (256-41) 434-0887, E-mail: info@health.go.ug, Contact: Mary

Nannono, Permanent Secretary. Ministry of Health and Social Welfare,

PO. Box 9083, Corner - Samora Avenue/Mirambo St., Dar es Salam,

Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 212-0261, Fax: (255-22) 213-9951, E-mail: bny-

oni@simbanet.net, Contact: Blandina Nyoni, Permanant Secretary.

Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, Afya House, Cathedral Road,

PO. Box 30016-0010, Nairobi, Kenya, Tel: (254-20) 271-7077, Fax: (254-

20) 271-5239, E-mail: psph@health.go.ke, Contact: Mark Bor, Perma-

nent Secretary. Ministry of Health, P0. Box 84, Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: (250)


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577-458, Fax: (250) 570-541, E-mail: agnes.binagwaho@moh.gov.rw, Con-

tact: Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Permanent Secretary

Cross-Border Malaria Prevention and Control: The objective is

to support sub-regional strategies for malaria control and geographi-

cal elimination control, moving the malaria transmission zone gradu-

ally northward from Southern Africa. Decision Meeting scheduled

for 17 May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 150.0

(IDA Credit). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be

determined.

Information and Communications

(R) Regional Communications Infrastructure Phase IV: The ob-

jective is to contribute to lower prices for international capacity and ex-

tend the geographic reach of broadband networks (the connectivity

development objective); and to contribute to improved Government ef-

ficiency and transparency through eGovernment applications (the

transparency development objective) for Eritrea, Uganda and Zambia.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 October 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category C. Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.

(R) Second Central Africa Backbone Program APL: The objec-

tive is to extend the geographical reach, usage and to reduce prices

of regional broadband network services. This subsequent phase will

focus on financing the connectivity infrastructure of the CAB (CAB

APL1B). Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 14 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 37.1 (IDA Credit). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministere de la Poste et des Telecommuni-

cations (MINIPOSTEL), Yaounde, Cameroon, Tel: (237) 2222-2914, Fax:

(237) 2223-1510, E-mail: sonfackp@yahoo.fr, Contact: Mr. Pierre Son-

fack, Coordinator. Ministere de la Poste, des Telecommunications et

des Nouvelles Technologies (MPTNT), BP 814, Bangui, Central African

Republic, Tel: (236) 2161-8018, Fax: (236) 2161-7559, E-mail: jgourna@ya-

hoo.fr, Contact: Mr. Justin Gourna Zacko, Coordinator. Ministere des

Postes et des Technologies de l’Information de la Communication

(MPTIC), BP 154, Ndjamena, Chad Tel/Fax: (235-51) 252-1369, E-

mail: bom.brahim@yahoo.fr, Contact: Mr. Brahim Omar, Coordinator



Second Central African Backbone APL: The objective is to provide

broadband connectivity to capital cities and main secondary cities in

Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sao Tome and Principe.

Preparation is underway. Environmental Assessment Category B. Pro-

ject: P117652. US$ 15.0/10.0 (IDA Credit/IDA Grant). Consulting ser-

vices to be determined. Autoridade General de Regulacao, Av. Marginal

12 de Junho, N54, Box1047, Sao Tome and Principe, Tel: (238) 227-

357/58, Fax: (239) 227-361, E-mail: deocosta@cstome.net, Contact:

Deolindo Costa de Boa Esperanca, Engenheiro de Telecomunicacoes

Sr. Direction Generale de l’Administration Centrale des Postes et

Telecommunications, B.P. 2490, Congo, Republic of, Tel: (242) 401-4003,

Fax: (242) 811-695, E-mail: ebanguet@yahoo.fr, Contact: Jean Bosco

Ebanguet-Obili, Directeur General. Agence de Regulation des Postes

et Communications Electroniques (ARPCE), Immeuble de l’Arc, Braz-

zaville, Congo, Republic of, Tel: (242) 664-6156, Fax: (242) 528-5788,

E-mail: ycast7@yahoo.fr, Contact: Yves Castanou, Directeur General



First ECOWAS Broadband Connectivity Program APL: (ECOWAS,

Economic Community of West African States) The objectives are to

contribute to lowering the cost of connectivity by leveraging alterna-

tive networks and reduce fragmentation of West Africa region’s

economies and support ECOWAS Members (Benin, Ghana, Nigeria

and Togo) to create a more unified regional economic space. Prepa-

ration is underway. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P116273. US$ 75.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. ECOWAS

Commission, 60 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Abuja, Nigeria, Tel: (234-

9) 314-7647/9, Fax: (234-9) 314-3005, E-mail: rkoffi@ecowas.int, Con-

tact: Raphael Koffi, Coordinator

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) NELSAP Regional Agricultural Trade and Productivity Phase

II: (NELSAP, Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Program) The

objective is to increase knowledge of Basin agriculture in Nile Basin

Initiative organizations, and to promote more efficient and sustain-

able use of water resources and economically viable investment in

agriculture. Signing scheduled for 16 December 2009. Environmental

Assessment Category C. Project: P115414. US$ 7.0 (NBI). Consul-

tants will be required. NELSAP Coordination Office, Kigali, Rwanda,

Tel: (250) 7883-07334, Fax: (250) 2525-80100, E-mail: ntabana@nile-

basin.org, Contact: Innocent Ntabana, Regional Project Coordinator

Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central

Africa: The objective is to facilitate donor interaction and coordination

and harmonization which is essential to effectively and efficiently as-

sist the operations and the institutional development. Bank Approval

completed on 19 September 2008. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 50.0 (CDP4). Consulting services to be determined. Associa-

tion for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central

Africa (ASARECA), Plot 15 John Babijha Road, PO Box 765, Entebbe,

Uganda, Tel: (256-41) 320-212, Fax: (256-41) 432-1126, E-mail: s.ketema@

asareca.org, Contact: Dr. Seyfu Ketema, Executive Director

Transportation

(N) East Africa Trade and Transport Facilitation (EATTFP) Ad-

ditional Financing: The objectives are to: (a) restructure the changes

in Safeguards category from B to A; (b) revise the monitoring indica-

tors; and (c) provide additional finance to cater for increased costs of

implementation of the railway RAP in Kenya and other components.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for mid-May 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category A. US$ 15.0 (IDA Credit). Consult-

ing services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

(R) Abidjan-Lagos Trade and Transport Facilitation (Cr. H5490-

TG, Cr. 46950-GH, Cr. 46960-BJ): The objective is to facilitate

the movement of goods and people along the coastal corridor by re-

ducing physical and non-physical barriers and reducing the impact of

HIV/AIDS. The credit was signed on 7 April 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. Project: P096407. US$ 228.0 (IDA Credit). Con-

sultants will be required. PST/MDCTTP/PR, BP. 2028, Cotonou,

Benin, Tel: (229) 2131-3751, E-mail: pst@intnet.bj, Contact: Albert

Coffi Abloutan, Coordonateur National. Strategic Research and Policy

Department, Nigeria, Tel: (234) 703-797-9000, E-mail: tolanrewaju@cus-

toms.gov.ng, Contact: Tajudeen Olayinka Olanrewaju, Project Coor-

dinator. Ministere de l’Economie et des Finances, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire,

Tel: (225) 2021-6005, Fax: (225) 2021-9923, E-mail: micheldiekoaous-

sou@yahoo.fr, Contact: Dieko Michel Aoussou, Secretaire Permanent

Adjoint. Organization du Corridor Abidjan-Lagos (OCAL), Cotonou,

Benin, Tel: (229) 2130- 7793, E-mail: knj@corridor-sida.org, Contact:

Justin Koffi, Regional Coordinator. Ministere du Developpement, de

la Cooperation et Amenagement du Territoire, Lome, Togo, Tel: (228)

221-5394, 905-7822, E-mail: pierreawade@hotmail.com, Contact: Es-

sobozou M. Awade, Project Coordinator

(R) Eastern Africa Transport Links Improvement: The objective

is to improve transport services along key trade corridors in Eastern

Africa for Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 28 May 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. US$ 300.0 (IDA Credit). Con-

sulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Southern Africa Trade and Transport Facilitation: The objective

is to enhance economic growth in Southern Africa by facilitating the

movement of goods and people as well as fostering regional integra-

tion among Botswana, DRC, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 17 May 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category B. US$ 130.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting ser-

vices and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Eastern Africa Regional Aviation: The objective is to improve avi-

ation safety, security and regional integration amongst all five East

Africa Community (EAC) states. Project Concept Review Meeting

scheduled for 31 January 2011. Environmental Assessment Category

C. US$ 123.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Kenya Civil

Aviation Authority, PO Box 30163, PO Box 52692-00200, Nairobi,

Kenya, Tel: (254-20) 827-470/475, Fax: (254-20) 824-717, E-mail:

info@kcaa.co.ke, Contact: N. Bodo, Acting Director General. Rwanda

Civil Aviation Authority, Kigali International Airport, PO Box 1122,

Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: (250) 582-809, E-mail: rmasozera@caa.gov.rw,

Contact: Dr. Richard Masozera, General Manager. Uganda Civil Avi-

ation Authority, PO Box 5336, Kampala, Uganda, Tel: (256-41) 332-000,

Fax: (256-41) 320-571, E-mail: wrmakuza@caa.co.ug, Contact: Dr. Rama

Makuza, Director General. Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, PO Box

2819, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 211-1951, Contact: Mar-

garet Munyange, Director General. Regie Des Services Aeronautiques,



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B.P. 694, Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 225-4150, Fax: (257-2) 222-

3707, E-mail: rsa@cbif.com, Contact: Joseph Bangurambona, Man-

ager


Second Abidjan-Lagos Transport and Transit Facilitation APL:

The objective is to facilitate movement of goods and people along the

Coastal Corridor by reducing physical and non-physical barriers, and

reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS. Preparation is underway. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. US$ 77.0 (IDA Credit). Consult-

ing services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.





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