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  • AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND

    PROJECT : PHASE II DAR ES SALAAM-ISAKA-KIGALI/KEZA- MUSONGATI RAILWAY PROJECT STUDY

    COUNTRY: TANZANIA - RWANDA and BURUNDI

    Date: September 2009

    Project Team

    Team Leader:

    Members

    A. MOHAMED, Transport Economist, OINF.2

    E. MASENGO, Transport Engineer, OINF.2

    N. SENOU, Transport Economist , OINF.2

    Division Manager: J. RWAMABUGA, OINF.2 Sector Director : G. MBESHERUBUSA, OINF Regional Director D. GAYE, OREA/OREB

    Peer Review

    A. OUMAROU, Transport Engineer, OINF.2 B. TRAORE, Transport Engineer, OINF.1 P. RUGUMIRE., Transport Engineer, OINF.1 N. KULEMEKA, Socio-economist, OINF.2 M. FARAOUN, Financial Analyst, OPSM A. BABALOLA, Transport Engineer, OPSM H. IMAN, Financial Analyst, OPSM M. SALAWOU, Financial Analyst, ONRI M. AJIJO, Transport Economist, ONRI

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    AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND TRA-TUNIS

    B.P. 323 TUNIS-BELVEDERE 1002 Tel.: (216) 71 333 511 Fax: (216) 71 352 933

    PROJECT INFORMATION SHEET

    Date: 31 July 2009

    The information given hereunder is intended to provide guidance to prospective suppliers, contractors, consultants and all persons interested in the procurement of goods and services for projects approved by the Boards of Directors of the Bank Group. More detailed information can be obtained from the executing agencies of the Borrower and the Donees. 1. COUNTRY AND PROJECT TITLE : Multinational: Tanzania-Rwanda-Burundi

    Phase II Dar es Salaam-Isaka-Kigali/Keza-Musongati Railway Project Study

    2. PROJECT LOCATION : Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi

    3. - BORROWER : United Republic of Tanzania - DONEES : Republic of Rwanda and Republic of Burundi

    4. EXECUTING AGENCY : Ministry of Infrastructure of Rwanda

    Boulevard de lUmuganda

    B.P. 24 Kigali, Rwanda 5. STUDY DESCRIPTION : The study comprises: (A) Study Services; (B) Technical

    Assistance Services; (C) Financial Audit Services; and (D) Study Coordination and Management.

    6. SOURCES OF FINANCING

    ADF : 95.24%

    Government of Tanzania : 1.58%

    Government of Rwanda : 1.60%

    Government of Burundi : 1.58%

    7. LOAN AND GRANT APPROVAL DATE : November 2009

    8. PROBABLE DATE OF STUDY START-UP/DURATION:

    - START-UP : September 2010

    - DURATION : 15 months

    9. PROCUREMENT OF WORKS AND SERVICES:

    Services will be procured in accordance with ADF rules and procedures as follows:

    - Study : Consultation on the basis of a short list

    - Technical Assistance : Consultation on the basis of a short list

    - Financial Audit : Consultation on the basis of a short list

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    CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS, ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

    Currency Equivalents (July 2009)

    UA 1 = USD 1.55223 UA 1 = RWF 881.954 (Rwanda Franc)

    UA 1 = TZS 2 047.20 (Tanzanian Shillings) UA 1 = BIF 1 865.40 (Burundi Franc)

    Fiscal Year Tanzania: 1 July 30 June Rwanda: 1 July 30 June Burundi: 1 January 31 December

    Weights and Measures Metric System

    Acronyms and Abbreviations

    ADF : African Development Fund AREMA : American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association ASTM : American Society for Testing and Material BIF : Burundi Franc BNSF : Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway BS : British Standards DBI : DB-International DRC : Democratic Republic of Congo DSM : Dar es Salaam EAC : East African Community ESIS : Environmental and Social Impact Study ICD : Inland Clearing Depot JTMC : Joint Technical Monitoring Committee MID : Ministry of Infrastructure Development (Tanzania) MININFRA : Ministry of Infrastructure (Rwanda) MTPE : Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure (Burundi) MTPT : Ministry of Transport, Post and Telecommunications (Burundi) NPV : Net Present Value PCU : Project Coordination Unit PPP : Public Private Partnership PRSP : Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper RAHACO : Reli Assets Holding Company RWF : Rwanda Franc SUMATRA Surface and Marine Transportation Regulatory Agency TANROADS : Tanzanian Roads Agency TAZARA : Tanzania and Zambia Railways TPA : Tanzania Ports Authority TRL : Tanzania Railways Limited TRC : Tanzania Railway Corporation TZS : Tanzanian Shillings UIC : International Union of Railways UA : Unit of Account USD : United States Dollar

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    MULTINATIONAL: TANZANIA-BURUNDI-RWANDA PHASE II DAR ES SALAAM-ISAKA-KIGALI/KEZA-MUSONGATI RAILWAY PROJECT STUDY

    RESULTS-BASED LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

    Inception Date: August 2009 Completion Date: March 2012 Design Team: A. Mohamed, N. Senou, E. Masengo, OINF.2

    HIERARCHY OF OBJECTIVES EXPECTED OUTPUTS SCOPE (TARGET POPULATION) PERFORMANCE

    INDICATORS INDICATIVE TARGETS AND

    TIME FRAMES ASSUMPTIONS/RISKS

    Study goal 1. Contribute to strengthening railway

    infrastructure of Transport Corridors of East Africa with a view to ensuring regional integration and developing areas with mining , industrial and agricultural potential

    Impacts

    1. Existing railway line rehabilitated and connections towards Rwanda and Burundi constructed:

    2. Diversified trade channels and increased inter-regional trade

    - Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi (about 59.4 million inhabitants), and - EAC

    Impact indicators Railway investment programme between the three countries implemented Source: statistics from the three countries Method: statistics prepared by the three countries and the EAC

    Progress anticipated in the long term 1. 970 km of existing Dar es Salaam-

    Isaka railway line studied by 2012 and rehabilitated in 2018

    2. 700 km of new Isaka-Kigali/Keza-Musongati railway lines studied by 2012 and constructed in 2018 Source: statistics from the three countries

    Method: statistics prepared by the three countries and the EAC

    Risk statement Failure to pursue regional integration policy and deterioration of stability in the EAC Region Mitigative measure Commitment of Governments of the EAC Region

    Study objective 1. Provide an optimal engineering design

    of the Dar es Salaam-Isaka-Kigali/Keza-Musongati railway line on the Central Transport Corridor

    2. Recommend Public Private Partnership (PPP) models for financing the project and managing railway infrastructure

    Effects

    1. Dar es Salaam-Isaka-Kigali/Keza-Musongati rail link study carried out and decision-making tools put at the disposal of governments for financing the project and managing railway infrastructure

    2. Interest shown by private operators

    Beneficiaries - Shinyanga and Kagera Regions of Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda (about 22.7 million inhabitants)

    Impact indicators Mobilization of financing for

    works on the railway line based on the study

    Source: study reports and

    Bank supervision reports Method: statistics prepared by the three countries

    Progress anticipated in the medium term

    1. In 2012: Round table of development partners and private sector held

    2. Interest shown by potential project co-financiers

    Sources: Ministry of Infrastructure Development of Tanzania, MININFRA of Rwanda and Ministry of Transport, Posts and Telecommunications of Burundi Method: statistics prepared by the three countries

    Risk statement 1. Non-adherence to deadlines for the

    conduct of study and validation of reports

    2. Lack of interest by the private sector and donors in financing the project

    Mitigative measures 1. Adequate and qualified team of

    consultants 2. Regular consultation of potential

    investors during the study

    Activities 1 Preparation of requests for

    proposals (RFPs) and procurement of consultancy services (study, technical assistance and financial audit)

    2 Provision and monitoring of services (study, technical assistance and financial audit)

    3 Organization of seminars, a workshop and a round table, and validation of study reports

    Outputs

    1. RFPs prepared and approved within the set deadline, and contracts awarded and signed

    2. Study, technical assistance and financial audit reports produced on time and validated by the three countries

    3. Seminars, workshop and round table of development partners and private sector held

    Beneficiaries MID (Tanzania), MININFRA (Rwanda) and MTPT (Burundi), EAC, donors and private sector

    Output indicators 1. Contracts for study,

    technical assistance and financial audit

    2. Study reports and results of seminars, workshop and round table

    Sources: reports of the consulting firm, technical assistance reports and Bank supervision reports

    Target value of indicator 1. Contracts signed 2. Reports produced on time and

    validated by the three countries and the Bank, seminars, workshop and round table held

    Risk statement 1. Delays in the procurement of

    consultancy services 2. Lack of coordination and

    inefficient monitoring of study by the countries

    Mitigative measures

    1. Realistic contract award plan 2. Efficient study coordination and

    monitoring team

    RESOURCES (UAM)

    SOURCE AMOUNT (UAM) %

    Studies 4.26 ADF 5.00 95.24 Technical Assistance 0.46 TANZANIA 0.083 1.58 Financial audit 0.04 RWANDA 0.084 1.60 Study coordination and monitoring

    0.49 BURUNDI 0.083 1.58

    TOTAL 5.25 TOTAL 5.25 100

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS ......................................... PAGE

    1. INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................