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Presentation Overview. Introduction to SADC-BA &Project Background Project Partners Facilitating Project Development & Implementation SADC-BA TAF: Mauritius & Malawi Recommendations for Maximising Economic Return & Social Benefits via PPP. Introduction to SADC-BA & Project Background.

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presentation overview
Presentation Overview
  • Introduction to SADC-BA &Project Background
  • Project Partners
  • Facilitating Project Development & Implementation
  • SADC-BA TAF: Mauritius & Malawi
  • Recommendations for Maximising Economic Return & Social Benefits via PPP
introduction to sadc ba project background
Introduction to SADC-BA & Project Background

The SADC Banking Association:

  • Association of 12 National Bankers Associations
  • Established at the behest of the SADC Committee of Central Bank Governors.
  • Critical function includes facilitating the creation of an environment conducive for increased domestic & FDI.

PPP Project Background:

  • Increased opportunities to draw on private capital to support projects
  • PPPs are effective “contracts” for attracting investment into infrastructure and service delivery projects
  • Absorptive capacity constraints must addressed
  • Facilitating capacity building is a critical role in the “non-competitive space”.
forms of ppp contracts
Forms of PPP contracts



Joint ventures

Design, Build, Operate, Finance & Concession contracts



More Risk Transfer

Long term contract

Significant private capital outlay

Less Risk Transfer

Short contract term

Insignificant private capital outlay




project partners
Project Partners

Project Steering Committee members:

  • RSA: The Banking Association South Africa (Executing Agency)
  • Canada: CIDA
  • SADC-Committee for Central Bank Governors
  • RSA: PPP Unit-RSA National Treasury
  • Botswana: Public Enterprises and Evaluation Agency (PEEPA)
  • Tanzania: Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) & National Construction Council (NCC)
  • Mauritius: PPP Unit-Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
  • Malawi: Privatisation Commission ( Ministry of Finance)
  • Zambia: PPP Working Group (driven by National Council for Construction)
  • Lesotho: Office of the Minister of Finance & Lesotho Bankers Association
facilitating project development through capacity building
Facilitating Project Development through Capacity Building

Capacity building at 3 levels:

  • Training

On-line, fully accredited courses (subscription from 25 countries, 6 continents):

    • PPP Skills and Competency Development

PPP concept and rationale; Contractual /legal options; Project appraisal and feasibility studies; Project finance and investment analysis, Procurement process; Stakeholder management and public participation; human resources and labour relations; monitoring and regulation.

    • Project Officer Management and Leadership Training
  • Research

Institutional, Regulatory, and Policy Reviews, PPP guidelines, Case studies

  • Technical Assistance Facility

Support for Planned or Existing Projects:

    • SLDC Highlands Project Mauritius (development of a new town)
    • Malawi Railway Concession (Re-drafting & re-negotiation of Contract)

SLDC Highlands Project in Mauritius

  • 920 hectares of Prime Land
  • Development of a new town
  • Include Government Accommodation
  • Enhance economic activity through the Establishment of a knowledge and urban industry centre
  • (US$ 3 billion over 10 years)
sadc ba taf malawi railway concession
SADC-BA TAF: Malawi Railway Concession
  • Total track length of 797 KM (399 km Nkaya-Zambia Border, ~101 km Nkaya-Nayuchi, 297 km Nkaya-Mozambique Border (South)
  • Total freight traffic of 240,111 tns in 2004: International traffic 223,034 tns (Imports 134,547, Exports 88,487) Local traffic 17,077 tns
  • 3 PSO routes: Limbe – Makande, Balaka – Nayuci, Limbe - Balaka
recommendations for achieving maximum economic returns benefits from ppp
Recommendations for Achieving Maximum Economic Returns & Benefits from PPP
  • POLITICAL SUPPORT: to develop projects, eliminate disinterest, manage delays, spearhead communication.
  • 2. ROBUST CONTRACTS: All Aspects must be covered; conditions should be clearly articulated with minimal ambiguity
  • STRONG REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS & INDEPENDENT REGULATORS: compliance, dispute resolution, monitoring use of loan funds and insurance proceeds, deal with unsolicited bids etc.
  • 4. LOCAL EMPOWERMENT: Need a competent pool of local resources to compliment international resources and a system to manage resources for identified outcomes.


Juliet R. Kairuki

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+27-11-645-6726 (office)

+27-11-645-6896 (fax)