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  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development

    Programme

    Dar es Salaam City Council

    Ilala Municipal Council

    Kinondoni Municipal Council

    Temeke Municipal Council

  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme

  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme

    Foreword

    Dar es Salaam is the engine of Tanzanias growth. It is home to around 4 million people and

    is expected to continue growing at a very rapid pace. Accelerated growth poses multiple

    challenges but which also offer opportunities for the city to improve and ensure the best

    possible service delivery to its current and future residents and at the same time to contribute

    effectively to the countrys economy as a whole.

    The Dar es Salaam City Council and the Municipal Councils of Ilala, Kinondoni and Temeke,

    who jointly have the responsibility of managing this dynamic city have worked together to

    develop the Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme (DIDP). With

    publication of this document we hope to launch a process which will allow the city to present

    its needs and requirements to Government and to invite participation in implementation from

    national and international development agencies, local and international business, non-

    governmental organizations and knowledge institutions.

    May 3, 2010

    Hon. Adam Kimbisa

    Lord Mayor

    DAR ES SALAAM

  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme

    Table of Contents

    Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... 1

    1.1 Significance of Dar es Salaam .................................................................................... 4

    1.2 Administration and Management of Dar es Salaam ................................................... 4

    1.3 Municipal Characteristics ........................................................................................... 4

    1.4 Challenges Facing the City ......................................................................................... 6

    1.5 Services and Functions Which Are Not the Citys Responsibilities........................... 7

    1.6 Major Ongoing Initiatives ........................................................................................... 7

    2. Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme .......................................... 10

    2.1. Roads......................................................................................................................... 11

    2.2. Storm Water Drainage .............................................................................................. 14

    2.3. Solid Waste Management ......................................................................................... 16

    2.4. Community Infrastructure Upgrading Programme ................................................... 20

    2.5. Strengthened Urban Management and Revenue Enhancement ................................ 22

    Summary of Programmed Activities ....................................................................................... 24

    3. Summary of Programmed Activities and Improvement Ratios ............................... 25

    Annex A. Dar es Salaam Administrative Structure ................................................................. 27

    Annex B. Summary of Local Government Finances in Dar es Salaam .................................. 29

    Annex C. Detailed Financial Data FY2008/09 in Tshs and US$. ........................................... 32

    Annex D. List of Contacts ....................................................................................................... 36

  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme

    List of Tables

    Table 1: Basic Data by Municipality ........................................................................................ 6

    Table 2: Estimated Costs of Infrastructure Development Programme ................................... 10

    Table 3: Current Condition of the Existing Road Network in Dar es Salaam ........................ 12

    Table 4: Priority Municipal Road Development ..................................................................... 12

    Table 5: Cost Estimates (million US$) ................................................................................... 13

    Table 6: Road Construction Equipment .................................................................................. 14

    Table 7: Condition of Current Storm Water Drains................................................................ 14

    Table 8: Storm Water Drainage Development ........................................................................ 15

    Table 9: Cost Estimates (Million US$) ................................................................................... 16

    Table 10: Equipment Required for Drainage System Sustainability ...................................... 16

    Table 11: Solid Waste Volumes Generated and Collected (tons/day) .................................... 17

    Table 12: Solid Waste Management Indicators ...................................................................... 17

    Table 13: Solid Waste Investments Required ......................................................................... 19

    Table 14: Landfill Implementation Plan and Estimated Costs (under DCC) ......................... 20

    Table 15: Land Use Coverage (km2) ...................................................................................... 21

    Table 16: Community Infrastructure Upgrading Investments ................................................ 22

    Table 17: Own Source Revenues and Transfers ..................................................................... 23

    Table 18: Strengthened Urban Management and Revenue Enhancement Measures (Million

    US$) ......................................................................................................................................... 23

    Table 19: Summary of Programme Activities and Related Improvement Ratios (Targets) ... 25

    Table A1: Administrative Structure and representation in Dar es Salaam ............................. 27

    Table A2: Functional Departments within the DLAs ............................................................. 28

    Table B1: Balance Sheet Data for the DLAs (DCC+IMC+KMC+TMC) 2004-2009 ........... 29

    Table B2: Overview of Budgets 2009/10 of Dar es Salaam Local Authorities (Tshs billion)30

    Table B3: Main Recurrent Expenditures in the Municipalities (2008/09) .............................. 31

    Table B4: Own Source Revenues 2008/09 by Revenue Source (Total Dar es Salaam) ......... 31

  • Dar es Salaam Infrastructure Development Programme

    Abbreviations and Acronyms

    BRT Bus Rapid Transit System

    CBO Community Based Organizations

    CIUP Community Infrastructure Upgrading Programme

    DART Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit Agency

    DAWASA Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority

    DAWASCO Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation

    DCC Dar es Salaam City Council

    DLAs Dar es Salaam Local Authorities

    DWSSP Dar es Salaam Water Supply and Sanitation Project

    IDA International Development Association

    IMC

    JICA

    Ilala Municipal Council

    Japanese International Cooperation Agency

    KMC Kinondoni Municipal Council

    LGSP Local Government Support Project

    MLHHSD Ministry of Lands Housing and Human Settlements Development

    PMO RALG Prime Ministers Office Regional Administration and Local

    Government

    SUMATRA Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Agency

    TANESCO Tanzania Electricity Supply Company Limited

    TANROADS Tanzania Roads Authority

    TMC Temeke Municipal Council

  • 1

    Executive Summary

    Significance: Dar es Salaam is Tanzanias largest and most important industrial and

    commercial centre with an estimated population of about 4 million in 2010 which is

    approximately ten percent of the countrys total population.1 With a population growth of 4.3

    percent per year, Dar es Salaam has become the third fastest growing city in Africa and

    among the ten fastest growing cities of the world. The land locked countries of Malawi,

    Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda as well as large parts of Eastern Democratic Republic

    of Congo depend on the port of Dar es Salaam for their import and export requirements. This

    makes the city of strategic importance not just for Tanzania but for large parts of Sub-

    Saharan Africa as well.

    Dar es Salaam, is an administrative Region of the country and is composed of a coordinating

    Dar es Salaam City Council (DCC) and three Municipal Councils, namely: Kinondoni

    (KMC) to the north, Ilala (IMC) in the center of the region, and Temeke (TMC) to the south.

    Together, they are commonly referred to as the Dar es Salaam Local Authorities (DLAs).

    Challenges: The city has a large infrastructure backlog causing shortfalls in service delivery

    and does not have the capacity to effectively cope with its rapid growth. Most of the

    developed areas in Dar es Salaam are unplanned, with insecure tenure and poorly provided

    with basic infrastructure services. These areas (where more than 70 percent of the residents

    live) are irregularly developed with high densities, overcrowding and little or no land for

    roads, drains, schools, health cen

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