Presentation on theme: "Presented at the 7 th ICA Annual Meeting Paris, France By Mr. Adama Deen Head of Infrastructure Programs & Projects NEPAD Planning & Coordinating Agency."— Presentation transcript:
Presented at the 7 th ICA Annual Meeting Paris, France By Mr. Adama Deen Head of Infrastructure Programs & Projects NEPAD Planning & Coordinating Agency (NPCA) Midrand, South Africa 16-18 May 2011
Outline: Brief overview of NPCA The AU/NEPAD Infrastructure flagship programs: AAP PICI (Zuma Initiative) Challenges… Expected role of ICA 2 Adama Deen, Head of Infrastructure Programs & Projects, NPCA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Established by Decision 14 of the AU Assembly of January 2010. [Assembly/AU/14 (XIV) ] as the Technical Body of the African Union (AU), with the following functions: Mandate and functions of NPCA 1.Facilitate and coordinate the implementation of the continental and regional priority and projects; programs 2.Mobilize resources and partners in support of the implementation of Africas priority programs and projects; 3.Conduct and coordinate research and knowledge management; 4.Monitor and evaluate the implementation of programs and projects; and 5.Advocate on the AU and NEPAD vision, mission and core principles/values; 3 Adama Deen, Head of Infrastructure Programs & Projects, NPCA, email@example.com
4 STAP – Short Term Action Plan (2002-2010) African Action Plan (AAP) 2010-2015 (Infrastructure component) Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative (PICI) (2010-2015) PIDA (2010-2040) IAIDA (2010-2040) 5 key programs/initiatives Adama Deen, Head of Infrastructure Programs & Projects, NPCA, firstname.lastname@example.org
5 The African Action Plan: short term priority program (2010-2015) 23 Infrastructure Projects Energy (5) Transport (9) ICT (6) Transboundary water (3) Net resource requirement US$9.3 billion To financial close on the 23 priority projects Key AAP: high impact and result projects Stage 4 level: Kenya–Ethiopia Interconnection OMVG Energy generation and interconnection Zambia–Tanzania–Kenya Interconnection Stage 4 level: Gambia Bridge project Kazungula Bridge Project Implementation of the Yamoussoukro Decision
6 1.Develop Advocacy Strategy 2.Develop resource mobilization strategy led by the AUC, NPCA, AfDB 3.Undertake advocacy road shows to seek buy-in from Stakeholders: RECs, national governments CSOs Partners in support of key AAP low hanging fruit projects 4.Investment Roundtable To mobilize the net resources of US$9.3 billion required to financial close on the AAP priority projects, in collaboration with ICA++.
Congo-DRC RRB Rep. du Congo Nigeria-Algeria Gas pipeline Nigeria Dkr-Ndjamena- Djibouti RR Senegal North-South Corridor RR South Africa Missing links of the trans-Saharan highway Algeria Great lakes optical fibre network Rwanda Adama Deen, Head of Infrastructure Programs & projects, NPCA/NEPAD, South Africa Egypt: no project
8 Ministerial Group NPCA (NEPAD) Champion state focal point/Footprint states coordinators AU Assembly NEPAD HSGOC Technical Task Team (TTT) Presidential champions Presidential projects (7)
Champions SA (chair) NPCA (NEPAD) (Technical Task Team) Project implementation AU Assembly HSGOC (Projects selected) Champion state/Footprint states AfDB/ICA++ IPPFs 9 Ministerial Group ADF/ICA++/ Private sector NEPAD IPPF; DBSA/AFD PPF; RECs PPFs Half- yearly/Annual report
1.Technical issues 2.Institutional issues 3.Political issues 4.Financial issues Implementation challenges… Right of Way Issues Technical Policies harmonization Technical Capacity of States Who does what? Roles Definition Policy Harmonization Prioritization of Projects Ownership Commitment Leadership Closure of Funding Gaps Resource Mobilization Effective PPP participation 10
TTT meeting May/June Ministerial Group meeting May/June Presidential champions meeting May/June HSGOC meeting – AU Summit – 29 th June 2011 Next steps 1.Preparation of the PICI projects status report 2.Consideration of draft PICI projects status report 3.Approval of draft PICI projects status report 4.PICI Chair reports to HSGOC; HSGOC Chair reports to AU Assembly 11
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