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Somalia Road Network

Chapter 1

SOMALI ROADS & BRIDGES NETWORK PROJECTS

  1. Mogadishu-Baidoa-Belet-Hawo road
Title of Project Mogadishu-Baidoa-Belet-Hawo road
Location/Country Somalia
Participating regional governments Benadir, South-East, Jubba Land.
Sector Roads
Corridor Mogadishu Corridor
Route Mogadishu-Baidoa-Belet-Hawo
Regional Merit
  • Directly benefits two or more member states
  • Directly supports a peace and security initiative
  • Facilitates inter-regional trade between IGAD states
  • Is a link in IGAD Corridor
Project Description Project involves upgrading of the gravel road between Mogadishu (Capital City of Somalia) and Belet-Hawo to the Kenya Border. Road will be constructed to asphalt standard with 7.0m carriage way and 1.5m shoulders on both sides.
Length km 521
Objectives To undertake feasibility and ESIA studies; detailed engineering design; and upgrade the road to bitumen standard from Mogadishu to Belet-Hawo (border town with Kenya) in order to improve road transport network between Somalia regional states and Kenya.
Period of Implementation 2015-2020
Status of Implementation Feasibility and ESIA studies; and Detailed Engineering studies required in preparation for upgrading of the road to bitumen standard.
Expected Results/Benefits • The result of the project will be an all-weather asphalted link of Somalia with Kenya providing reliable transport to the area between Mogadishu and Belet-Hawo (border with Kenya)
Benefits will include:
• Reduced vehicle operating costs;
• Reduced transportation costs and journey time;
•Improved quality of riding surface and increased comfort;
•Increased trade between Somalia and Kenya;
•More regional integration;
  • Peace promoted in the region.

Project will be more successful when Garissa-Wajir-Mandera road section in Kenya is also upgraded to asphalt concrete standard.On-going related activities in Member StatesSomalia – Kenya road development activities:
– Garissa-Liboi road project (feasibility and design studies are ongoing for upgrading of road to bitumen standard).Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance and private investment.
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from New Deal and Development Partners

Type of investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Mogadishu-Beledweyne-Galkayo road
Title of Project Mogadishu-Beledweyne-Galkayo road
Location/Country Somalia
Participating Countries Somalia
Sector Road
Corridor Mogadishu Corridor
Route Mogadishu-Beledweyne-Galkayo-Burco-Berbera
Regional Merit
  • Directly supports a peace and security initiative
 
  • Is a link in IGAD Corridor
 
Project Description Project involves upgrading of the gravel road between Mogadishu Port (Capital City of Somalia) and Galkayo through Beledweyne, all towns in Somalia. Road will be constructed to asphalt standard with 7.0m carriage way and 1.5m shoulders on both sides.
Length km 717
Objectives To undertake feasibility and ESIA studies; detailed engineering design; and upgrade the road to asphalt standard to improve road transport system in Somalia to neighboring countries of Ethiopia and Djibouti.
Period of Implementation 2015-2020
Status of Implementation Feasibility, ESIA, and detailed engineering design studies are required before upgrading of the road to bitumen standard.
Expected Results/Benefits The result of the project will be an all-weather asphalted link in Somalia between two major ports.
Benefits will include:
• Reduced vehicle operating costs for the traffic moving on the road;
• Reduced journey time for goods and passengers;
• Reduced transportation cost of freight and passengers along the road;
•Improved quality of riding surface and increased comfort.
Completed Studies None
Proposed Financing Option
  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners
Type of investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure
  1. Berbera-Burco-Galkayo Road
Title of Project Berbera-Burco-Galkayo road
Location/Country Somalia
Participating Countries Somalia
Sector Road
Corridor Mogadishu Corridor
Route Mogadishu-Beledweyne-Galkayo-Burco-Berbera
Regional Merit
  • Directly supports a peace and security initiative
  • Is a link in IGAD Corridor
Project Description Project involves upgrading of the gravel road between three major Somalia towns of Galkayo, Burco and Berbera. Road will be constructed to asphalt standard with 7.0m carriage way and 1.5m shoulders on both sides.
Length km 694
Objectives To undertake feasibility and ESIA studies; detailed engineering design; and upgrade the road to asphalt standard to improve road transport system in Somalia and road connections to neighboring countries of Ethiopia and Djibouti.
Period of Implementation 2014-2019
Status of Implementation Feasibility, ESIA, and detailed engineering design studies are required before upgrading of the road to bitumen standard.
Expected Results/Benefits The result of the project will be an all-weather asphalted link in Somalia between three major towns
Benefits will include:
• Reduced vehicle operating costs for the traffic moving on the road;
• Reduced journey time for goods and passengers;
• Reduced transportation cost of freight and passengers along the road;
•Improved quality of riding surface and increased comfort.
Completed Studies None
Proposed Financing Option
  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners
Type of Investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure
  1. Kismayu-Merca-Mogadishu road
Title of Project Kismayu-Merca-Mogadishu road
Location/Country Somalia
Participating Countries Somalia
Sector Road
Corridor Kismayu Corridor
Route Kismayu-Merca-Mogadishu road
Regional Merit
  • Directly supports a peace and security initiative
  • Facilitates inter-regional trade between member states
  • Is a link in IGAD Corridor
Project Description Project involves construction of the road between two largest cities in Somalia of Mogadishu and Kismayu. Road will be constructed to asphalt standard with 7.0m carriage way and 1.5m shoulders on both sides.
Length km 483
Objectives To undertake feasibility and ESIA studies; detailed engineering design; and construct the road to asphalt standard to improve road network between major towns of Mogadishu (capital city) and second largest city of Kismayu.
Period of Implementation 2015-2020
Status of Implementation Feasibility, ESIA, and detailed engineering design studies are required for the road to be upgraded to bitumen standard.
Expected Results/Benefits • The result of the project will be an all-weather asphalted link in Somalia between two largest cities.
Benefits will include:
• Reduced vehicle operating costs for the traffic moving on the road;
• Reduced journey time for goods and passengers;
• Reduced transportation cost of freight and passengers along the road; and
•Improved quality of riding surface and increased comfort.
Completed Studies None
Proposed Financing Option
  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners
Type of investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Kismayu-Liboi road
Title of Project Kismayu-Liboi road
Location/Country Somalia
Participating Countries Somalia and Kenya
Sector Road
Corridor Kismayu Corridor
Route Kismayu – Liboi – Garissa – Thika – Nairobi
Regional Merit
  • Directly benefits two or more member states
  • Directly supports a peace and security initiative
  • Facilitates inter-regional trade between member states
  • Is a link in IGAD/COMESA Corridor
Project Description Project involves upgrading of the gravel road between Somalia’s second largest city of Kismayu port and Liboi at the Kenya border. Road will be constructed to asphalt standard with 7.0m carriage way and 1.5m shoulders on both sides.
Length km 220
Objectives To undertake feasibility and ESIA studies; detailed engineering design; and upgrade the road from Kismayu in Somalia to Liboi (border town with Kenya) to asphalt standard to improve road transport network between Somalia and Kenya.
Period of Implementation 2015-2019
Status of Implementation Feasibility, ESIA, and detailed engineering design studies are required for upgrading of the road to bitumen standard.
Expected Results/Benefits • The result of the project will be an all-weather asphalted link between Somalia and Kenya. Benefits will include:
•Increased regional integration;
•Improved peace and security;
• Reduced vehicle operating costs for the traffic moving on the road;
• Reduced transportation cost and time for goods and passengers;
•Improved quality of riding surface and increased comfort.
On-going related activities in Member States Feasibility, ESIA and detailed engineering design studies ongoing for Garissa-Daadab-Liboi (207km) road in Kenya.
Completed Studies None
Proposed Financing Option
  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners
Type of investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure
Estimated Cost (US$) Estimated Total Cost (US$ Million) Finance secured (US$ Million) Finance unsecured (US$ Million) Remark/Financier/ Commitment

Chapter 2

Construction/renovation of government properties

  1. Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 5,500 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall8,700 m²/400 rmObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for re-construction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Fishery and Marine Resources
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 2800
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall2500ObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Agriculture
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 3,000 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall3,700 m²/850 rmObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Interior
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 4,500 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall12,140m²/450lmObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Finance
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 4500m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall800 sqm²ObjectivesReconstruction of the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure  

 

 

  1. Ministry of Planning
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 4700 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall17,500m²/540 lmObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Commerce
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 37,000 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall1,360,000 m²/7500 lmObjectivesTo reconstruction the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructureEstimated Cost (US$)Estimated Total Cost (US$ Million) Finance secured (US$ Million) Finance unsecured (US$ Million) Remark/Financier/ Commitment1.    Upgrading of existing infrastructureUS$ 44,400,000 NoneUS$ 44,000,000Repairing2.    Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design),US$ 4,400,000 US$ 00 Implementing AgencyMinistry of Public Work and Reconstruction

Chapter 3

Capacity Building and job creation infrastructure

  1. Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction (Human Resources Personnel Requirements)
Title of Project Strengthen Ministry of Public Works Human Resources Capacity
Location/Country Ministry’s Headquarter, Somalia
Participating Agencies
Sector/subject Capacity Building
Corridor _
Route
Country merit In order to   achieve the Ministry of Public Works mandate and delivery its expected service delivery to the public, it is vital to provide the necessary capacity; qualified and skilled employees, system, policies and procedure to work with and working environments with crucial equipment and machineries. It is necessary to get the following;
  • Strengthen the capacity of the employees; management and professionals; engineers and high technicians through short workshops local and abroad and long term trainings in order to upgrade them
  • Develop policy and legal frame works for the constructions sector; Engineering Standards and Best Practices
  • Prepare programs and projects for the public constructions – assessments, planning and designing, supervision and control
  • Provision of engineering software to prepare standard designs and bill of quantities
  • Market surveys for the construction materials prices available in the local markets
  • Provision of office furniture and computers and other necessary equipment

Project DescriptionAccording to the Somali new deal, the Ministry of Public Works is a member of the PSG 4. In this regard, the Ministry is required to contribute to the building the economic foundation of the country. This project intends to strengthen the capacity of the Ministry to deliver the expected service to the public; peace building, institutional building and economic growth. The main aim is to provide the necessary capacity elements; strengthening the capacity of the human resources of the Ministry. This project is based on

Priority 1: Enhance the productivity of high priority sectors and related value chains, including through the rehabilitation and expansion of critical infrastructure for transport, markets access, trade, and energy.Objectives

  • To strengthen the capacity of Ministry employees management, engineers and high technicians in Mogadishu and abroad through short workshops and long term training.
  • To develop construction policies, systems and legal frameworks to regulate public construction
  • The Ministry has urgent need to deploy skilled and experienced staff to assist in achieving its goals. The following are main priority of the Ministry:

ü  One legal advisor

ü  One policy development, strategic plan and capacity building advisor

ü  One programs/projects management advisor

ü  Ten engineering and standards related experts in the following areas

  • One structural engineer
  • Three civil and environmental engineers
  • Three Highway and bridges engineers
  • Two electrical engineer
  • One Architectural

ü  One IT engineer

Period of Implementation2015 – 2016Status of ImplementationThe Ministry of Public Works top management developed strategic plan for its mandate – public construction and rehabilitation. To achieve this mandate, on basis of this strategy, the Ministry developed this project of “Strengthen the capacity of the Ministry to achieve its target.Expected Results/Benefits

  1. All experts will conduct an assessment of resources, assets and processes of the Ministry.
  2. All experts will provide a set of immediate recommendations to address the findings from the assessment process.
  3. All experts will provide a brief plan of action on how to implement immediate actions to improve the capacity of the Ministry.

On-going related activities in Member StatesNonCompleted StudiesNone

  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investment Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing policies, systems, regulations and laws

  1. Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction & Ministry of Education

(Vocational Training Canter)

Title of Project Vocational Training Center
Location/Country Mogadishu, Somalia
Participating Countries Somalia &
Sector Capacity Building
Corridor _
Route _
Country merit Increase the skilled youths at risk and improve the livelihoods of the country in the South Central Somalia
Project Description The Ministry of Works mandate is to contribute construction and rehabilitation to the public and deliver social services. The most important focus is to create employment opportunities for the youth at risk and improve their economic well-being.

Deliberate efforts are being made by the Ministry to give serious attention to these two areas, therefore, it decided to formulate this project which will encourage local initiatives in skill improvement. While the main vocational training facility will be located in Mogadishu, with subsequent establishment of similar facilities in other urban centers, the beneficiaries will be drawn from youth groups across the country and will reflect the diversity of background of Somali youth.Objectivesü  Construct Vocational Training Centre of eleven sections in Mogadishu in 2015 and 2016

ü  Promote cooperative and psychological development of the trainees through their access to recreation and skill development programs.

ü  Assess the situation of youth in Somalia in order to build up technical and organizational service which provides trainees with future tools they need to live, work and partake actively in the re-establishment of the industrial sector of the country.

ü  Improve access, utilization and quality of the training center in order to increase enrolment rates.

ü  Through the duration of the project due attention will be given to training programs at different levels and durationPeriod of Implementation2015 and 2016Status of ImplementationMinistry of Public Works prepared and put in place all related documents; project proposal, design, and bill of quantity.Expected Results/Benefits

  • Increased enrolment rates which entail reduction of out-of-school youth in the area.
  • Fully functional vocational training center which provides opportunities for similar institutions rebuilding and revival.
  • Increase in the skilled manpower in the area.
  • Target community empowered with information and knowledge required to enforce positive behaviour that promote their well-being.
  • Trainers and supervisors trained and their knowledge and skills upgraded.

On-going related activities in Member StatesNoneCompleted StudiesAll concerning related documents are prepared and put in placeType of investment Construction of the school, equip and furnish. In addition, provide teachers’ salary and administration cost

  1. Construction of Fishery Infrastructure
Title of Project Construction of Fishery Infrastructure
Location/Country Mogadishu, Somalia
Participating Countries FAO
Sector Economic well-being
Corridor     Mogadishu
Route _
Country merit Increase fish production for domestic use and export and generate job opportunities for small scale fishery
Project Description The Ministry of Works mandate is to contribute construction and rehabilitation to the public and deliver social services. The most important focus is to create employment opportunities for the youth at risk and improve their economic well-being.

The main aim of this project is to construct fishery infrastructures; cold-storage, processing, packing and supply local market and for exportations. Also, the fishing infrastructures increase quality products which attract external clients.

In this regard, the project intends to construct cold storage with deep freezer, building boat center, train fisheries, and marketing.Length km Objectivesü  Construct high accepted standard of cold-storage with the necessary equipment and facilities along Mogadishu in 2015.

ü  Construct fishing boats with the capacity of between 15 – 20 m long in Mogadishu in 2015

ü  Provision of fishing skills to the active fishing community and youth at risks in 2016Period of ImplementationUntil end 2015Status of ImplementationMinistry of Public Works prepared and put in place all related documents; project proposal, design, and bill of quantity.Expected Results/Benefits

  • Construct quality standard of cold-storage that fishery products perceive and keep standard
  • High standard quality fish are produced
  • Fishing skills are provided to the youth at risk and fishermen
  • New Fishing boats with enough capacity are produced and contributed to the economic well-being of Somalia.

On-going related activities in Member StatesNone

Completed StudiesAll concerning related documents are prepared and put in placeType of investment The government contributes the land – project site,

  1. Somali National Training Center
Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building 4500 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall8,000m²ObjectivesTo reconstruction the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yeaarsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructureEstimated Cost (US$)Estimated Total Cost (US$ Million) Finance secured (US$ Million) Finance unsecured (US$ Million) Remark/Financier/ Commitment1.    Upgrading of existing infrastructureUS$ 4,120,000 NoneUS$ 4,120,000New construction2.    Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design),US$ 412,000 US$ 00 Implementing AgencyMinistry of Public Work and Reconstruction

Chapter 4

Urban Infrastructure development

 

  1. Moga2020 City Lab
Title of Project Moga2020 City Lab
Location/Country Mogadishu, Somalia
Participants Ministry of Public Works, and Reconstruction, Banaadir Regional Administration, Jazera University of Mogadishu, Moga2020 Working Group of KARTI Foundation
Sector Urban Development (infrastructure like roads, housing, water, energy and waste disposal; social development; employment generation)
Public Merit
  • Improved living conditions in Mogadishu (neighborhood infrastructure)
  • Entrepreneurial and employment opportunities
  • Capacity created with ministry, city administration and young professionals (incl. women) for urban planning and development
  • Peace and security through investing in social cohesion between inhabitants
Project Description The Moga2020 City lab will be created to accelerate the development and implementation of the urban development agenda of Mogadishu.

The lab is a focal point, the centre of knowledge on the development of the city (both its ‘hardware’ infrastructure, as well as its social and organisational infrastructure). The city lab supports the ministry, city administration and entrepreneurial citizens in their efforts to build up the city with a fresh start and fresh ideas.

The city lab initiates small and medium sized, innovative pilot activities (a ‘living lab’ for building human and organizational capacities) with the view that these develop in larger sustainable projects, or that these provide leverage for or have a multiplier effect on other (third party) investments. The projects contribute to strengthening the physical, social and economic infrastructure of neighbourhoods.   Projects deal with issues such as a framework for urban, participatory planning, development of infrastructure (e.g. housing, roads, water, energy, waste disposal), facilitating economic development (e.g. business incubator; employment generation) and socio-cultural development (community facilities and socio-cultural activities), and safety measures (community vigilance).
The project will be implemented through local (young) professionals from the ministry, city administration and the university, supported by Somali young professionals from the diaspora in the Netherlands with back stopping from Dutch senior urban planning experts.Objectives

  • Capacity built of ministry, city administration and young professionals (incl. women) in a practical approach towards urban planning and development, including the development of necessary preconditions basic neighborhood infrastructure developed in selected districts of Mogadishu (at least 3 urban districts)
  • Employment generated for young professionals, skilled and unskilled workers, incl. women (at least 1000 people).
  • Neighborhood organizations established and capable of participating in urban development (at least 3 urban districts)
  • Support structure created for initiatives adding economic and social value to living in Mogadishu

Period of Implementation2015 – 2022
Phase 1: preparation (6 months)
Phase 2: start-up (1 year)

Phase 3: operation (5 years)Status of ImplementationExploration stage. Network between Somali diaspora and experts in the Netherlands and Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction has been established, ready for starting phase 1.Expected Results/Benefits

  1. Moga2020 City Lab for innovation and capacity building established (knowledge and support center for city administration and entrepreneurial citizens)
  2. Capacity of ministry and city administration staff and other young professionals in urban planning and development built (approx. 30-50 people)
  3. Basic infrastructure developed in three urban districts (a.o. roads, water, energy)
  4. City administration independently replicated the approach towards urban development in other districts
  5. Employment created for young professionals, skilled and unskilled workers, incl. women (at least 1000 people)
  6. Neighborhood organizations created and capacitated in three urban districts

Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies, establishment and recurrent costs of Moga2020 city lab (5 years) and upgrading of existing/new infrastructureEstimated Cost (US$)Estimated Total Cost (US$ Million) Finance secured (US$ Million) Finance unsecured (US$ Million) Remark/Financier/ Commitment1.    Upgrading of existing/new infrastructure in 3 districtsUS$ 45 US$ 45 2.    Project preparatory studies, establishment/ running of Moga2020 City LabUS$ 3 US$ 3 Implementing AgencyMinistry of Public Work and Reconstruction in cooperation with the Banaadir Regional Administration, University of Mogadishu and Moga2020 Working Group (KARTI Foundation)

Chapter 5

Health Sector Infrastructure

Psychiatric Hospital at Forlanini Hospital

Title of Project Psychiatric Hospital at Forlanini Hospital Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscaping
Total cover area of the main building
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall ObjectivesTo reconstruct the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructureEstimated Cost (US$)Estimated Total Cost (US$ Million) Finance secured (US$ Million) Finance unsecured (US$ Million) Remark/Financier/ Commitment1.    Upgrading of existing infrastructure  None  2.    Project preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design),US$ US$ 00 Implementing AgencyMinistry of Public Work and Reconstruction

Chapter 6

Irrigation Infrastructure

Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction

Title of Project Excavation of the Canale Secondario of Golweyn and Janaale
Location/Country Somalia
Participating Countries
Sector Agriculture
Corridor _
Route
Country merit Increase agricultural production for domestic consumption and export and increase job opportunities for small scale farmers
Project Description According to the Somali new deal, the Ministry of Public Works and Reconstruction is a member of the PSG 4 – economic foundation. In this regard, the project is required to contribute to the building the economic foundation of the country. The Ministry main purpose to contribute the Macro Economic of the county through the rehabilitation economic infrastructures like canal rehabilitation

The project is aiming excavation of Secondary canal of Golweyn – Janale which is the most agricultural areas that produce significant crops, vegetable and fruits. The diameter of the canal is 40 km long, three meters wide and two meters deep to allow abundant water to flow downwards to irrigate farms.

The excavation of the secondary canal of Golweyn and Janale would bring back physically powerful livelihood earning performance through the revival of the practice of the extensive farming crops, vegetable and fruits that would generate satisfactory sustainable of life within the range of the dugout canal. Other possible advantage expected would include workers in the harbour who will get job opportunities for backing up exported banana. Others might also be hired to work in the banana and other bigger fruit farm or engage in acquiring permission from people evacuated unattended farms either freely or through rental fee.

Beneficiaries:

  • The project will be benefited by 18,000 households and will have access to irrigate water for their respective farms.
  • Mogadishu residents of about 2.5 million will obtain plentiful edible crops, vegetables and fruits on lower prices in the local market
  • The inhabitants of the districts of Golweyn and Merca and their attached villages like Jannale will have more ensured livelihood through the resumption of farming after the excavation of the canal.
  • Many families living as IDPs in bigger districts evacuating their residential area earlier would start resettling quietly ensuring decent livelihoods through farming.
  • The central government, regional and district authorities complaining of the burden of the IDPs occupying needed government installation for social services would be relieved

Priority 1:Enhance the productivity of high priority sectors and related value chains, including through the rehabilitation and expansion of critical infrastructure for transport, markets access, trade, and energy.Length km40 km, 3 meters width and 2 meters deepObjectives

  • Provide irrigation water access to 18,000 family households that earned their livelihoods through practice of farming.
  • Increase the production of crops, vegetables and fruits enabling residents to have handy plentiful low costing edibles
  • Reduction of the fluctuating skyrocketing prices of consumption commodities through the production of food items by extended farming
  • Acquisition of the increase of the hard currency of the government through the extension of the banana plantation for export
  • Create job opportunities for people working in farming and those backing exported fruits like banana and other fruits.
  • Encourage the populace in ensuring livelihoods through farming in the reverine areas
  • Establish an efficient operational ministry of agriculture throughout the country.

Period of Implementation2014-2015Status of ImplementationFarmers committees chaired by Abdirashid Ilqayte will implement the project and submit performance report and expenditure to the concerning stakeholders. Also, Ministry of Public will supervise and reportExpected Results/Benefits

  1. Domestic productions are increased with affordable prices in the local markets
  2. Agricultural product exports are increased with the exchange earn hard currency
  3. 18,000 households are generating livelihood by farming their respective farmers.
  4. Number of IDPs living in the big towns are returning to their respective farming areas

On-going related activities in Member StatesNonCompleted StudiesNone

  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

 

Chapter 6

Education Infrastructure

Somali National University

Title of Project Head Quarter Building
Location/Country Mogadishu
Participants Somalia
Sector Building Construction
Public Merit
  • Direct benefit of Ministry Staff
Project Description Demolition of existing building, Reconstruction of 5 story main building, service buildings, fence wall and landscape
Total cover area of the main building 5,400 m²
External works including service block

gardening/fencing wall1,360,000 m²/7500 lmObjectivesTo re-construction the old building by demolishing and rebuilding a new construction based on the new standards as Pilot project.Period of Implementation2 yearsStatus of ImplementationThe existing building to be demolishedExpected Results/BenefitsThe Ministry of Public Works who is responsible of the delivery of the infrastructure projects has no place to work and the reconstruction of the it’s HQ we be a very good start for reconstruction.Completed StudiesNoneProposed Financing Option

  • Grants and Donations, Concessionary loans, Public (Government) finance
  • Government of Somalia with support grants/loans from Development Partners

Type of investmentProject preparatory studies(Feasibility study, ESIA, Design), and upgrading of existing infrastructure

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