|Approval Date||24 Jun 2009|
|Signature Date||23 Oct 2009|
|Planned Completion Date||06 Jul 2016|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||06 Jul 2016|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||21020|
The development and upgrading of the Nacala Road Corridor falls within the Southern African Development Community's (SADC) priority projects which have been included in the NEPAD-STAP programme. It comprises a total of 1033km of road works and two one-stop border posts one between Mozambique and Malawi and the other between Malawi and Zambia. The project is to be implemented in three Phases. The first one, subject of this support comprises 361km or 35% of road works in Mozambique and Malawi. It will be focuse on the rehabilitation of the Cuamba-Muita road in the north of the country. Phase II comprises 360km or 34.9% of road works in Zambia and Phase III of 312km or 30.1% of road works in Mozambique and Malawi and two one-stop border posts between Mozambique and Malawi and Malawi and Zambia. All this phases include design review, pre-contract services and supervision of the civil works, road safety, HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness, compensation and resettlement and audit.
The objective is to (i) provide Malawi, Zambia and the interior of Mozambique road transport linkage to the port of Nacala and improve transport services through reduction in transport and delay costs at border crossings (ii) improve sustainability of investments by controlling axle loads (iii) improve accessibility of the communities in the zone of influence to markets and social services and contribute to the reduction of poverty.
The main beneficiaries of the project include transport industry, export/import operators, freight operators, business community, and communities along the corridor. The impacts on the beneficiaries will include reduced travel time, transport cost savings, shorter turnaround time for international cargo freighters, protection of pavement from premature damage, and improved accessibility of communities to social services and markets. During construction, beneficiaries will participate through provision of labour, goods and services for road and related works. During operation, the beneficiaries will be charged with responsibility for care of road assets and abiding by axle-load controls.
African Development Fund
The Japan International Cooperation Agency/ Accelerated Cofinancing Facility for Africa
National Roads Administration (ANE)
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|
|Name||MABOMBO Joao David|
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