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MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT. CWG MEETING ON MKIUKUTA REEVIEW STUDIES 22 – 26 February 2010 REVIEW OF TRANSPORT SECTOR IN RELATION TO MKUKUTA Presentation by:SMAK Kaombwe, Consultant, SDL On behalf of:Task Team. INTRODUCTION Continued.

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MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

CWG MEETING ON MKIUKUTA REEVIEW STUDIES

22 – 26 February 2010

REVIEW OF TRANSPORT SECTOR

IN RELATION TO MKUKUTA

Presentation by:SMAK Kaombwe, Consultant, SDL

On behalf of:Task Team


INTRODUCTION Continued

MKUKUTA(2005/6 – 2009/10): Growth strategy with focus on poverty reduction

Cluster 1: Growth and Reduction of Income Poverty (with specific transport targets)

Cluster 2: Improvement of Quality of Life and Social Well –Being (with specific transport targets)

Cluster 3:Governance and Accountability


INTRODUCTION Continued

Transport Programmes Inputting into MKUKUTA:

  • TSIP: Overall transport sector development (Phase 1: 2007/8 – 20011/12… $6.2 bill with 40% committed in 2008)

  • LGTP: Address isolation and lack of access to economic opportunities and social services for poor (2007/8 – 20011/12.. Shs 186 bill road dev works & capacity building ..70% financing; maintenance 26% shortfall in 2009/10)

  • VTTP: Provide access and mobility in rural communities 1994 .. Commenced in 7 pilot districts

    Roll out …2007/8 in 27 districts…55 in 2009/10 and long term all districts …. Also has limited funds


MKUKUTA REVIEW

Overall objective:

  • Review performance of MKUKUTA 1 (2005/6 – 2009/10) and Identify inputs for next MKUKUTA

    Specific objectives for review of transport sector input:

  • Identify linkage - infrastructure & poverty reduction;

  • Assess adequacy of MKUKUTA 1 targets wrt role of transport infrastructure;

  • Assess achievement of the targets; and

  • Propose new transport infrastructure policies and targets for next MKUKUTA


MKUKUTA REVIEWTRANSPORT SECTOR

Transport Sector Review Team from:

  • MoID – Leader;

  • MoFEA;

  • Planning Commission;

  • PMO - RALG;

  • BOT;

  • CTI; and

  • SDL Consultants - facilitator


MKUKUTA REVIEWTRANSPORT SECTOR

  • Linkage - infrastructure with other sectors & with poverty reduction

    • Assess adequacy of MKUKUTA 1 targets wrt role of transport infrastructure;

    • Assess achievement of the targets; and

    • Propose new transport infrastructure policies and targets for next MKUKUTA


For the poor transport provides:- Access to inputs, implements, know how & other services to boost production;- Access to local and international markets for trade;- Access to social services

Transport Function


Pro-poor Transport Logistics Chain


Transport Links withOther Sectors and Poverty (1)

  • Unlock economic potential: access to areas with high agriculture, minerals, tourism potential, etc

  • Access to markets: local, national and international export/import markets. For the poor to improve conditions, they need to sell and earn income.

  • Industrial development:Reliable and economical transport key to attracting investment in value addition and other industries.


Transport Links with Other Sectors and Poverty (2)

  • Access to basic social services: education, health, extension services & information are necessities to eradicate poverty - ref MDG agenda. Also enables retention of public servants & maintain supplies.

  • Social interaction: For social harmony to ensure security, regional integration & expand markets. Helps build tolerance among people.

  • Jobs creation: In construction, maintenance & operation of transport infrastructure & services; also enables access to far away jobs.

  • Income inequality:Minimised by adequate & equitably distributed transport infrastructure


MKUKUTA REVIEWTRANSPORT SECTOR

  • Linkage - infrastructure with other sectors & with poverty reduction

  • Adequacy of MKUKUTA 1 targets wrt role of transport infrastructure;

    • Assess achievement of the targets; and

    • Propose new transport infrastructure policies and targets for next MKUKUTA


  • Adequacy of MKUKUTA 1

    Summary based on specifics in the report:

    • Some strategies too general and inadequate to tackle key weak areas: Leads to general reporting on implementation.

    • No prioritisation to ensure maximum impact on poverty reduction (eg based on population & to address infrastructure & services in rural areas, identified weakest link;

    • Inadequate direction on how reporting should be organized, and the need to draw out measurable, in particular quantifiable, indicators.


    Adequacy of MKUKUTA 1

    General

    • Did not address intermodal and efficient modal interface and complementarities to optimise transport cost (eg rail vs road & port – rail/road interface)

    • Specialized transport for perishables (eg flowers, fresh meat, vegetables and fish are high paying agricultural products), as well as for tourism, not addressed adequately.


    MKUKUTA REVIEWTRANSPORT SECTOR

    • Linkage - infrastructure with other sectors & with poverty reduction

    • Adequacy of MKUKUTA 1 targets wrt role of transport infrastructure;

    • Achievement of the targets

    • Propose new transport infrastructure policies and targets for next MKUKUTA


    Achievement of Transport Targets (and strategies)

    • Undertaking infrastructure improvements:Paved roads increased by 1,213 km by 2008, from 5200 km in 2004. Maintenance improved. Target not quantified. Other modes reported also generally.

    • Repair 15,000 km of rural roads by the year 2010: 30,673 kms of district, feeder and collector roads maintained in 2008/9, beyond target.


    Achievement of Transport Targets (and strategies)

    • Modernizing and expansion of trunk roads, ports, airports and by providing adequate levels of physical infrastructure needed to cope with poverty reduction: Performance report too general and limited in scope. Modernization achieved not clearly elaborated and quantified.


    Achievement of Transport Targets (and strategies)

    • Invest in infrastructure to further improve accessibility to markets, to improve reliability of carrying units and competition among private carriers with a view to lowering costs and reliability/convenience. Various upgrading, rehabilitation, and maintenance programs under implementation in trunk road & regional roads.

    • Improve passable good/fair condition of rural roads to 75% in year 2010 up from 50% in year 2004. 58.5 % good/fair condition in 2008/9 – target not achieved. Major problem since this constitutes weakest link in logistics chain, on which majority poor depend.


    MKUKUTA REVIEWTRANSPORT SECTOR

    • Linkage - infrastructure with other sectors & with poverty reduction

      • Assess adequacy of MKUKUTA 1 targets wrt role of transport infrastructure;

      • Assess achievement of the targets; and

      • Propose new transport infrastructure policies and targets for next MKUKUTA


    Proposals for MKUKUTA 2Transport

    Details in Table 7.1 based on table 5.1. Priorities for purely public financing are:

    Priority 1:

    • Rural and community roads and transport & urban transport

    • Transit (removal of regulatory and process impediments)

    • Cross cutting issues (safety, capacity building, HIV/AIDS mitigation, Environment)


    Proposals for MKUKUTA 2Transport

    Details in Table 7.1 based on table 5.1. Priorities for purely public financing are:

    Priority 2:

    • Trunk and regional roads

      Priority 3:

    • Railway (due to ability to attract PPP)


    Proposals for MKUKUTA 2Transport

    Details in Table 7.1 based on table 5.1. Priorities for purely public financing are:

    Priority 4

    • Ports and Aviation – mostly commercial or self-sustaining and ability to attract PPP)

      Proposed specific indicators and targets for the priorities are detailed in Table 7.1


    Financing

    Possible sources (ref Table 6.1)

    • Public – Government (various methods) and Development Partners

    • Public – Private Partnership

    • Industry (access spurs and corporate responsibility)

    • Commercial (self-sustainability & commercial loans)

    • Savings from better practices and controls of leakages and weaknesses identified by auditors


    ASANTE SANA


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