|Approval Date||20 Jun 2017|
|Signature Date||28 Aug 2017|
|Planned Completion Date||30 Sep 2021|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||23630|
The Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project (EPIRP) Phase II, with a total estimated cost of US$32.94 million, aims to support of electrical infrastructure development in Zimbabwe and will contribute to the economic recovery process, improving the livelihood of general Zimbabweans. The Phase II Stage I programme (US$ 15.42 million) focused on the Plant Drain System Containment and Effluent Treatment Study at Hwange Power Station, rehabilitation of two power transmission substations in Bulawayo and Gweru and rehabilitation of power distribution facilities for water supply and waste water treatment plants in Harare. The project was also formulated to further the benefits and impacts of Phase I whose components included the rehabilitation of the power generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure throughout the country. It was launched in March 2014 and is now under implementation with a planned completion date of November 2018.
The objective of the project is to improve the availability and reliability of electricity supply through the rehabilitation of transmission and distribution facilities in Midlands and Manicaland provinces. The objective of the EPIRP II Stage II is to further improve the availability and reliability of electricity supply through the rehabilitation of transmission and distribution facilities.
The Project target areas are Kwekwe, Gweru and Mutare with a combined target population of 2 million people.
Zimbabwe Multi-donor Trust Fund
ZIMBABWE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AUTHORITY
|Last Update||22 Nov 2020|
|Name||MOLEPO Seaga Abram|