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Southern African Power Pool Zimbabwe

SA PP Pool Plan Dissemination Workshop Communication Consultancy

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National Department of Health Panama

TA support to NDOH to respond to the Emergency Tuberculosis epidemic.

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Civil Works for Small Town Piped System at Jankofa in Jaman North Districtin Brong Ahafo Region

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East African Community Secretariat Tanzania

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Kenya’s plans to electrify US $3bn Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) begins

The government of Kenya through Kenya Electricity Transmission Company (KETRACO), has began plans to electrify US $3bn Standard Gauge Railway (SGR). KETRACO said they have sought environmental approval from National Environment Management Authority (Nema) to start construction of 12 transmission lines and 14 substations along the SGR line. Switch to clean energy The design of the SGR rail line — which is currently run by diesel-powered locomotives, allows for the addition of a single electric line that will be connected to Ketraco’s 482 kilometer 400kV Mombasa-Nairobi transmission line. “The main purpose of this venture is to ensure that when the SGR switches to clean energy power source, the supply will be reliable and sufficient for not only the train but other facilities along the Mombasa-Nairobi economic belt, including train stations, planned industries, factories and businesses along the railway line. This will create more major power customers and consumers and bring other opportunities to the locals,” said KETRACO. Kenya had earlier signed a deal with China Electric Power Equipment and Technology Company Limited (CET) to provide funds needed for the electrification that is estimated to cost US $240m. Nema also said that it was already collecting views regarding the multi-billion project that could see Kenya join the league of African countries like Ethiopia and Egypt which already have electric railway. The move to electrify the rail however, comes at a time when Kenya Railways is need of more revenues to support the mega project that was built on debt. Cargo charges on the standard gauge railway (SGR) from Mombasa to Nairobi will rise by up to 79% from January 1 in bid to raise more revenue to pay the Chinese operator. Kenya

Zambia launches Multi Facility Economic Zone project

Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu has launched the construction of the first ever Multi Facility Economic Zone in Central Province by China Jiangxi United Industrial Investment that will cost US $300m in the first phase. The Industrial park project, the major investment that has come as a result of the recently held Central Province Investment Forum and Expo which attracted more than 2,000 delegate, will be located opposite Farm Store along the Great North Road. “We believe that the project will fully take the location advantages of Central Province to promote the agriculture, manufacturing and food processing industries, which will contribute to local economic development and regional industrial upgrading,” said the President. Multi Facility Economic Zone project It is set to accommodate various industries including motor vehicle and generator assembling plants. The President pledged government’s continued support to those wishing to invest in the Multi Facility Economic Zones. “The government will continue to encourage the development of Multi Facility Zones, industrial parks and farm blocks to foster industrialization and value addition. It is for this reason that the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry has developed the national industrial policy, national monitoring strategy and the national investment promotion strategy, all aimed at creating a platform for continued development and growth,” said President Lungu. “Apart from the Chibombo project, the Expo has seen a number of local and foreign investors expressing interest to invest in Luano, Chitambo and Ngabwe,”said President Edgar Lungu. Zambia

Ghana to access US $649m of Sinohydro Infrastructure

Ghana is set to receive a whopping US $649m as the first tranche of the US $2bn Sinohydro Infrastructure for Bauxite Transaction from China. In the Bauxite Barter Arrangement, Ghana has to settle their side of the deal in 15 years and in turn get US $2bn that would be used to build roads, bridges and other infrastructures. Mr. Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Information said that the US $2bn can be accessed between now and 2020. Sinohydro Infrastructure The US $649m would fund projects such as 100-km Kumasi Inner City roads, Takoradi PTC Roundabout Dual Carriageway, 84-kilometre Accra Inner City roads, Tamale-Interchange and the Sunyani Inner City roads. The deal between Ghana and Sinohydro of China was signed in 2017. It included an exchange between refined bauxite for infrastructures. Mr. Nkrumah added that 30% of the local content was reserved for Ghanaians. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Ghana’s Vice President earlier said that in the US $2bn deal, half of the money would build roads and bridges while the other half of the money would construct schools, hospitals and facilities country wide. The Information Minister hoped that by the end of the year, the infrastructure construction would have begun. Bauxite exploitation Ghana Integrated Bauxite and Aluminum Development Corporation (GIBADC) was established to deal with any challenges such as ecological issues brought by bauxite exploitation. Mr. Nkrumah added that they were in the process of appointing GIBADC board members and officials. At the end of the year, GIBADC will ensure that the processing and refining of the bauxite would be signed at the joint venture agreements between the company and the other mining developers. The Environmental Protection Agency would also be presently observing if environmental standards were met. After processing the raw bauxite into raw products with a higher value, the government of Ghana will use the money to pay off the Chinese company. Ghana

Egypt to lay down foundation stone of EuroAfrica Interconnector project

Egypt is set to lay down the foundation stone of the US $4bn EuroAfrica Interconnector project involving Egypt, Cyprus and Greece. According to Energy expert Hani el Noqrashi, the billion dollar project is will start from New Borolus power plant in Egypt that will pump half of its production in a 2,000 MW subsea power cable to Cyprus and Greece. “Egypt will be connected with Cyprus with a 498-kilometre long cable. Cyprus will be connected with the Greek island of Crete with a 879-kilometre long cable. Crete will be connected with Attica in Greece with a 330-kilometre long cable providing a connection to the pan-European electricity grid,” said Hani el Noqrashi. Egypt’s regional hub plan The laying depth of the cable will be up to 3,000 meters (9,800 ft.) under sea level in some area between Crete and Cyprus. It will have a capacity to transmit electricity in either direction. Annual transmission capacity is 17.5 Tw, much more than Aswan Dams annual production. In 2014 Egypt suffered from heavy electricity blackouts. This pushed the government to take actions on the matter to prevent such future occurrences. They signed multiple power contract deals as a result there has been construction of a number of wind power plants, gas power plants and the most recent solar power park. The country has now met it power needs and the 1,707 kilometer cable will transform Egypt to an energy hub for Africa and an electricity carrier for the European continent. It will benefit from exporting a high-value product as electricity to Greece and Cyprus.

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