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Title: Mr' Mike Salawou, NEPADIPPF Task Manager, Nepad Division, ADB


1
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Presented by
  • Mr. Mike Salawou, NEPAD-IPPF Task Manager, Nepad
    Division, ADB
  • 6th NEPAD-IPPF Oversight Committee Meeting,
    Lusaka June 25th , 2007

2
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Outlines
  • Background
  • Objectives
  • Scope of activities
  • Beneficiaries
  • Current activities
  • Administration and Governance
  • Experiences, Challenges the Way Forward.

3
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 1. Background
  • Infrastructure key to economic growth and poverty
    reduction in Africa.
  • Africas infrastructure a serious handicap to its
    production and improved productivity and
    competitiveness.
  • The NEPAD Infrastructure program STAP and MLTSF
  • Canada Fund for Africas (CFA) support for the
    establishment of the NEPAD Infrastructure Project
    Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPPF).
  • The NEPAD-IPPF created in November 2003 and
    effective in January 2004 as a bilateral fund
  • In September 2005, converted into a multi-donor
    facility

4
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 2. Objectives
  • mobilize technical and financial resources to
    strengthen the capacity of African institutions
    and governments to formulate viable
    infrastructure development projects and
    programmes.
  • assist countries, RECs and specialised
    institutions to prepare infrastructure projects
    in support of NEPAD.
  • support creation of an enabling environment for
    private participation in infrastructure,
  • support targeted capacity building initiatives

5
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Characteristics of the Facility
  • The Facility is an untied multi-donor fund
  • The Facility funds activities of an advisory or
    operational nature (including capacity building)
    related to preparation of infrastructure projects
    and programmes within the framework of the New
    Partnership for Africas Development (NEPAD).
  • Facility is managed by the ADB
  • Duration of the Fund 15 years

6
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Contributors to the Fund
  • Current
  • Canada CAD10million
  • Denmark USD0.5 million
  • Potential.
  • United Kingdom (DFID)
  • Norway
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Who Can Contribute
  • Countries and Governments
  • Development Agencies
  • Development Finance Institutions
  • Funds and Trusts
  • Other Organisations

7
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 3. Scope of activities
  • Project Cycle activities
  • Enabling Environment Activities
  • Studies
  • Technical Assistance
  • Capacity Building

8
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 3. The scope of activities
  • Project Cycle activities
  • technical advice and assistance in analyzing
    projects,
  • preparation of project proposals
  • review and revision of project proposals
  • environmental and social impact analyses
  • Enabling Environment Activities
  • consensus-building for appropriate policy,
    regulatory and institutional reforms
  • identification, promotion and dissemination of
    best practices in infrastructure development and
    operations
  • project structuring
  • transaction analysis, opportunities for
    private-public partnerships including
    concessions due diligence activities

9
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 3. Scope of activities
  • Studies
  • pre-feasibility or feasibility studies
  • update or additional analysis of existing studies
  • environmental and social impact assessment
  • design studies and other related studies
  • Technical assistance
  • promotion of participatory approach in project
    formulation and design, development and
    presentation of workshops, seminars and
    conferences involving stakeholders of the
    targeted project

10
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 3. Scope of activities
  • Capacity Building activities
  • targeted capacity building of RMCs, RECs and
    Specialised infrastructure development
    institutions, specifically in connection with
    activities mentioned

11
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 4. Beneficiaries
  • Regional Economic Communities and Specialised
    Infrastructure Development Agencies
  • Governments of Countries (at least two) if
    project involved entails regional infrastructure.
  • Public-Private partnerships in Infrastructure
  • Exclusions
  • Projects Promoted solely by Private Sector are
    not eligible for the facility.
  • In-country projects which does not form part of
    regional infrastructure are not eligible for
    facility.

12
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 5. Results to Date
  • Portfolio
  • 15 Regional Infrastructure Projects have
    benefited from supports from the Fund
  • 7 projects in the Energy sector (Electricity and
    Oil pipeline)
  • 4 projects in ICT sector
  • 4 projects in Transport sector
  • Achievements
  • Togo-Benin-Ghana Power Interconnexion Project-
    Physical implementation is being financed by ADB,
    WB, BOAD, IDB
  • EASSy Project SPV formed and actual
    implementation to start
  • Zan-Tan-Ken Power Interconnexion PIM ready and
    investor selection has began
  • Kenya-Uganda Oil Pipeline Investor has been
    selected and Development to start

15 on-going projects for a total commitments of
USD 8,2 m. Disbursement rate stood at 45.
13
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 5. Pipeline- Areas of focus for 2007-2008
  • 2007-
  • 17 regional infrastructure projects
  • Capacity Building for WAPP
  • Capacity Building for EAPP
  • 2008
  • 32 regional infrastructure projects
  • Capacity building for RECs

14
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 6. Administration and Governance
  • Governance
  • 7-member Oversight Committee provides
    management oversight
  • determines the strategic orientation of the
    facility
  • Approves annual work plan
  • Reviews operational orientation of the fund
  • Advocates for resources
  • Advises on key focus areas of intervention
  • Composed of
  • 3 Representatives from donors
  • 2 Representatives of AU/NEPAD Secretariat
  • 2 Representatives from ADB
  • Meetings
  • Minimum one annual meeting (usually 2 meetings in
    a year)
  • RECs, Private Sector and Potential Contributors
    normally invited to participate in Oversight
    Committee meeting

15
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 6. Administration and Governance (continued)
  • Operational Framework
  • A policy and Operational Guidelines guides the
    operation of the facility
  • The guidelines are approved by Boards of
    Directors of the Bank upon recommendation by
    Oversight Committee
  • A strategic Framework including vision, strategic
    priorities, operational targets, monitorable
    indicators, risks and mitigation measures.
  • Administration
  • Annual financial statements
  • Annual Audit Report
  • Bi-annual and Annual operational reports

16
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 6. Administration and Governance (continued)
  • Approval procedures
  • Request by applicants using the NEPAD-IPPF
    request model
  • Review and feedback within 6 weeks
  • PIM prepared/reviewed in accordance with IPPF
    Operational Guidelines
  • Letter of Agreement
  • The Grant is declared effective.
  • Approval thresholds .
  • Minimum advance USD5,000 and maximum advance
    USD2million
  • Director up to USD500,000
  • VP Operations USD500,001- USD1m
  • ADB President Above USD1m with prior no
    objection of the NEPAD-IPPF Oversight Committee
    on a lapse of time basis.

17
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 6. Administration and Governance (continued)
  • Staffing
  • Dedicated Team of 3 Personnel
  • IPPF Task Manager in place
  • PPP/Financial Expert Early July 2007
  • IPPF Consultant
  • Skills from other departments Infrastructure
    Department and Private Sector utilised on a need
    basis
  • Possible secondments from other institutions
  • Work of IPPF team overseen by Manager, NEPAD
    Division
  • Scope to increase staffing depending on
    exigencies

18
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • 7. Experiences, Challenges Way Forward
  • Challenges
  • Weak capacities in RECs and Special
    Infrastructure Development Agencies
  • Regional Infrastructure projects preparation
    require large amounts Current Funds in IPPF low
  • The need for good quality bankable projects are
    enormous and pressing
  • Mobilisation of required resources to meet
    infrastructure development needs
  • Way Forward
  • Strengthening the Capacity of RECs and
    Governments in project preparation and
    implementation
  • Continuous NEPAD-IPPF advocacy role towards the
    RECs and governments on the need to prioritise
    regional infrastructure development
  • Increase resource mobilisation efforts to meet
    the funds requirements
  • Enhance partnership

19
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Contacts
  • Focal Point
  • Mike M. B. SALAWOU
  • NEPAD-IPPF Task Manager
  • NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department
  • African Developement Bank
  • Tel (216) 71 10 30 77
  • Fax (216) 71 33 26 94
  • m.salawou_at_afdb.org
  • Dr. Ini Urua Dr. Rosalind Thomas
  • Manager, NEPAD Division Director, NEPAD,
    Regional Integration Trade Dpt.
  • Tel (216) 71 10 3053 Tel (216) 71 10 20 32
  • Fax (216) 71 33 26 94 Fax (216) 71 33 26 94
  • E-mail u.ini_at_afdb,org Email r.thomas_at_afdb,org

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