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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP. NEPAD - IPPF SPECIAL FUND. NEPAD-INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT PREPARATION FACILITY. Fostering Infrastructure Development in Africa. AfDB PARTNERSHIP FORUM 2010 Tunis, 24-25 March, 2010. Bamory Traoré NEPAD-IPPF Lead Coordinator

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Nepad ippf

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

NEPAD-IPPF SPECIAL FUND

NEPAD-INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT PREPARATION FACILITY

Fostering Infrastructure Development in Africa

AfDB PARTNERSHIP FORUM 2010

Tunis, 24-25 March, 2010

Bamory Traoré

NEPAD-IPPF Lead Coordinator

NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department

African Development Bank Group

NEPAD-IPPF

NEPAD-Infrastructure Project Preparatory Facility


Outline

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

OUTLINE


Why good infratrsuture

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GOVERNANCE &

ECONOMIC

MANAGEMENT

AGRICULTURE

INDUSTRY &

COMMERCE

ENERGY

TRANSPORT

ICT and WATER

INFRASTRUCTURE

TRADE AND

COMPETITIVENESS

EDUCATION

SOCIAL

DEVELOPMENT

INCOME

GENERATION

SECURITY &

ENVIRONMENT

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH

WHY GOOD INFRATRSUTURE?


Why regional infrastructure

WHY REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE?

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Regional infrastructure leads to large projects capable of attracting more private sector investments

Efficient infrastructure network generates new investments in other sectors

Weak infrastructure linkages condemns Africa to low competitiveness in the global market

African countries, individually, too small to generate economies of scale found in larger markets

ACHIEVING MEANINGFUL INTEGRATION IS KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWRH AND COMPETITIVENESS


The nepad infrastructure project preparation facility special fund nepad ippf

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

THE NEPAD-INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT PREPARATION FACILITY SPECIAL FUND- (NEPAD-IPPF)

  • PURPOSE:

  • To assist African countries, RECs and institutions to prepare high quality, viable regional/continental infrastructure projects that would be ready to solicit public and private financing

  • To support the creation of an enabling environment for private participation in infrastructure,

  • To support targeted capacity building initiatives to enhance the sustainability of existing and planned infrastructure developed in the continent, in fulfillment of the NEPAD objectives.

  • KEY CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Facility has been seed financed by the Government of Canada in line with Kananaski’s.

  • The Facility is untied and has been enlarged into a multi-donor facility which includes Canada , Denmark, UK (DFID), Norway, Germany and AfDB.

  • Quick access and disbursement Facility

  • Eligibity : African countries and institutions and PPP promoters

  • Facility is managed by the ADB.


The nepad ippf special fund scope of activities

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

THE NEPAD-IPPF SPECIAL FUND- SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES

KEY FOCUS AREAS

  • Project cycle activities-Studies

  • Project review

  • Prefeasability, fesability, and detail design studies

Project Structuring and Packaging

PPP assessment PPP packaging

Transaction Support

  • Enabling Environment

  • Support for reforms

  • Harmonisation of frameworks

  • Facilitation

Capacity Building activities

Strenghen the RECs

Developskills

Createknowledge


Nepad ippf

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

EFFICIENT AND INCLUSIVE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE

An Oversight Committee of 7 members

chaired by Donor representative meets twice a Year

ADB BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Approves and amendes the instruments

  • ADB BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    • Approves Fund’s Operational guidelines

    • Approaves the Annual Report

  • OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

    • Determines the strategic orientation

    • Approves annual work plan

    • Reviews operational orientation

    • Advocates for resources

    • Advises on key focus areas of intervention

  • NEPAD-IPPF SECRETARIAT

    • Day-to-Day management of the Funds

    • Serves as Secretariat to the OC

    • Reports on Activities

    • Engage with the beneficiaries and all stakeholders


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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

QUICK ACCESS AND EFFECTIVE CLIENT RESPONSIVESS

GRANT APPROVAL

REPORTING AND CONTROL MECHANISMS

CEILINGUSD2,000,000

FLOOR USD20,000


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2009 YEAR ACTIVITIES AND RESULTS HIGHLIGHTS

During the year the number of ………….


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2009 YEAR ACTIVITIES AND RESULTS HIGHLIGHTS

This brings………….

While average time of effectiveness stood at 1,2 compared with 1,8 last year


Selected achivements in support for regional integration

SELECTED ACHIVEMENTS IN SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL INTEGRATION

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KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Togo-Benin-Ghana Power Interconnexion

  • EASSy Project secured funding through a PPP

  • Kenya-Uganda Oil Pipeline secured funding through a PPP

  • OMVG-Electricity Project has secured more than 50% of funding

  • Ithezi-Thezi and Kariba North Bank (SAPP) securing financing through a PPP

  • GIBE III securing funding

  • Kazungula Bridge has donor support

  • Gambia-Senegal bridge has donor support

  • Issaka-Kigali-Bujumbura Railways project has donor support

    IMPACTS OF THE IPPF SUPPORT

  • implementation of viable regional infrastructure projects worth USD 4.683 billion

  • Closing the infrastructure gap in Africa

  • Enhancing the competitiveness of African economies and supporting trade


Strategic partnerships

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

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  • Co-financing

    • Partners include: FAPA, AFD-DBSA, ADB MIC, EIB, USAID, KfW, OPEC Fund, AWF, IFC and AFD.

  • Tunnel of Funds

    • Ithezi-Thezi Power Generation and Kariba North Bank Hydro Power Projects (with DBSA)

    • EASSY project ( with EIB, KfW, AFD-DBSA)

    • GIBE III ( with EIB, KfW)

    • Kafue Gorge Lower Hydro Power Project (with IFC and AFD-DBSA)

  • Outreach Missions to:

    • EU-Africa Trust Fund ; NEPAD-OECD Africa Investment Initiative

    • Arab funds; IPPF Donors; China; Other Funds


2010 work program

2010 WORK PROGRAM

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  • The Fund’s 2010 Work Program is informed by:

  • Targeted criteria for effective project prioritization and sequencing

  • Strategically scaled-up interventions in the four main focus areas (transport, energy, ICT, transboundary water)

  • Greater focus on climate change and carbon financing

  • Energy and transport sectors remain priorities, followed by water, ICT; and

  • Capacity building programs to be implemented for each REC

  • 2010-2011 Work Program:

  • WP 2010 of 20 projets requiring USD 20 million to prepare

  • Pipeline of 35 projects worth about USD 60 million in preparation which are required.


Nepad ippf

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

THANK YOU

MERCI

Contacts

Mr. Bamory TRAORE

NEPAD-IPPF Lead Coordinator

NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department

African Development Bank

Tel : (216) 71 10 22 23

Fax : (216) 71 33 2694

[email protected]

[email protected]


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