Benki ya Dunia Yaikopesha Tanzania Bilioni 516 Kwa Ajili ya Maboresho na Ujenzi wa Reli ya Zamani ya MGR kutoka Dar-Kigoma

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Benki ya Dunia WB Kupitia dirisha lake tanzu la mikopo Kwa Nchi maskini Maarufu kama IDA Imetoa Mkopo wa Dola Milioni 200 za Marekani ambazo ni sawa na zaidi ya bil.500 Kwa Ajili ya maboresho ya reli ya mkoloni Maarufu kama MGR.
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The International Development Association (IDA), part of the World Bank Group, has issued Tanzania a US$200 million, or Sh516 billion, loan to finance the construction of the existing meter-gauge railway segment from Dar es Salaam to Isaka.

In a statement on Friday, the World Bank said the financing for the second phase of the Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-2) will improve safety, climate resilience, and operational efficiency along this railway segment.

Apart from strengthening infrastructure and supporting transport studies, the project components are also focused on strengthening the climate resilience of the Kilosa-Gulwe-Igandu section, providing operational and institutional support, and supporting the emergency response.

The project is expected to directly benefit nearly 900,000 people and indirectly impact an estimated 3.5 million, roughly five per cent of Tanzania’s population. This includes railway users, residents along the line, businesses involved in trade, and communities along the Kinywasungwe catchment area.

Nathan Belete, World Bank Country Director, said in a statement that while Tanzania’s transportation network is extensive, there are persistent bottlenecks in maintenance and capacity limiting its full use.

“This investment will directly address the bottlenecks in the rail network to enhance efficiency, capacity, and competitiveness,” he said. “[This will] maximise Tanzania’s unique position to facilitate regional connectivity.”

According to the World Bank, two operational railway systems in the country currently cover 3,682 km.

These include the Tanzania railway (2,707 km), which is a meter gauge railway (MGR) under the Tanzania Railway Corporation, and the Tanzania-Zambia railway line (975 km), in addition to a cape gauge railway (CGR) system under the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA).

A third system, which entails a standard gauge railway (SGR) along the Central Corridor, is being built in phases.

TIRP-2 builds on phase one of the IDA-financed Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-1), which closed in September 2022.

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Benki ya Dunia WB Kupitia dirisha lake tanzu la mikopo Kwa Nchi maskini Maarufu kama IDA Imetoa Mkopo wa Dola Milioni 200 za Marekani ambazo ni sawa na zaidi ya bil.500 Kwa Ajili ya maboresho ya reli ya mkoloni Maarufu kama MGR.
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The International Development Association (IDA), part of the World Bank Group, has issued Tanzania a US$200 million, or Sh516 billion, loan to finance the construction of the existing meter-gauge railway segment from Dar es Salaam to Isaka.

In a statement on Friday, the World Bank said the financing for the second phase of the Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-2) will improve safety, climate resilience, and operational efficiency along this railway segment.

Apart from strengthening infrastructure and supporting transport studies, the project components are also focused on strengthening the climate resilience of the Kilosa-Gulwe-Igandu section, providing operational and institutional support, and supporting the emergency response.

The project is expected to directly benefit nearly 900,000 people and indirectly impact an estimated 3.5 million, roughly five per cent of Tanzania’s population. This includes railway users, residents along the line, businesses involved in trade, and communities along the Kinywasungwe catchment area.

Nathan Belete, World Bank Country Director, said in a statement that while Tanzania’s transportation network is extensive, there are persistent bottlenecks in maintenance and capacity limiting its full use.

“This investment will directly address the bottlenecks in the rail network to enhance efficiency, capacity, and competitiveness,” he said. “[This will] maximise Tanzania’s unique position to facilitate regional connectivity.”

According to the World Bank, two operational railway systems in the country currently cover 3,682 km.

These include the Tanzania railway (2,707 km), which is a meter gauge railway (MGR) under the Tanzania Railway Corporation, and the Tanzania-Zambia railway line (975 km), in addition to a cape gauge railway (CGR) system under the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA).

A third system, which entails a standard gauge railway (SGR) along the Central Corridor, is being built in phases.

TIRP-2 builds on phase one of the IDA-financed Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-1), which closed in September 2022.

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Naunga mkono mikopo ya miradi ya uchumi
Haya mareli mabwawa na mandege hayana faida alisikika mtu mmoja!
 
Benki ya Dunia WB Kupitia dirisha lake tanzu la mikopo Kwa Nchi maskini Maarufu kama IDA Imetoa Mkopo wa Dola Milioni 200 za Marekani ambazo ni sawa na zaidi ya bil.500 Kwa Ajili ya maboresho ya reli ya mkoloni Maarufu kama MGR.
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The International Development Association (IDA), part of the World Bank Group, has issued Tanzania a US$200 million, or Sh516 billion, loan to finance the construction of the existing meter-gauge railway segment from Dar es Salaam to Isaka.

In a statement on Friday, the World Bank said the financing for the second phase of the Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-2) will improve safety, climate resilience, and operational efficiency along this railway segment.

Apart from strengthening infrastructure and supporting transport studies, the project components are also focused on strengthening the climate resilience of the Kilosa-Gulwe-Igandu section, providing operational and institutional support, and supporting the emergency response.

The project is expected to directly benefit nearly 900,000 people and indirectly impact an estimated 3.5 million, roughly five per cent of Tanzania’s population. This includes railway users, residents along the line, businesses involved in trade, and communities along the Kinywasungwe catchment area.

Nathan Belete, World Bank Country Director, said in a statement that while Tanzania’s transportation network is extensive, there are persistent bottlenecks in maintenance and capacity limiting its full use.

“This investment will directly address the bottlenecks in the rail network to enhance efficiency, capacity, and competitiveness,” he said. “[This will] maximise Tanzania’s unique position to facilitate regional connectivity.”

According to the World Bank, two operational railway systems in the country currently cover 3,682 km.

These include the Tanzania railway (2,707 km), which is a meter gauge railway (MGR) under the Tanzania Railway Corporation, and the Tanzania-Zambia railway line (975 km), in addition to a cape gauge railway (CGR) system under the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA).

A third system, which entails a standard gauge railway (SGR) along the Central Corridor, is being built in phases.

TIRP-2 builds on phase one of the IDA-financed Tanzania Intermodal and Rail Development Project (TIRP-1), which closed in September 2022.

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Naunga mkono mikopo ya miradi ya uchumi
mimi nilijua SGR imereplace, kumbe pembeni yake itakuwa inapita ile gari ya moshi tena?
 
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