Tanzania now catches up with Kenya in infrastructure projects

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Tanzania is now at per with Kenya in terms of infrastructure projects, both recording 51 projects in 2019, a new report has revealed.

The Africa Construction Trends Report (2019) by Consultancy firm Deloitte released in January, shows that both Kenya and Tanzania recorded g 51 projects in 2019. Tanzania’s total share of projects by value is 41.2% (US$60.3bn), making it the largest contributor
towards East Africa’s total project value.

Although Kenya has one of the most valuable infrastructure projects in the pipeline, the country accounts for only 24.6% (US$36bn) of the region’s total project value.

Overall the total number of projects in East Africa rose by 30.9% between
2018 and 2019, with the region currently recording 182 projects under construction.

Now east Africa countries;Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda n accounts for 40.3% of projects across the continent and 29.5% of the value.


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The total value of construction projects increased by 67.6% between 2018 and 2019, from US$87bn to US$146bn. The increase stemmed from investments in large infrastructure
projects within the Transport and Oil & Gas sectors, such as Phase II of the Kenya Standard Gauge Railway Project and Tanzania’s new Likong’o-Mchinga LNG plant. The LNG plant, worth US$30bn, has become the most valuable project in the region.

The Transport sector continues to take the lead within the sectoral break down by value. The sector accounted for 30% (US$44bn) of the region’s total projects by value, followed by Oil & Gas (27.5%) and then the Energy & Power (20.9%) sectors.

East Africa has encountered several transport infrastructure challenges in the past years, thus making Transport investments a priority to ensure a reliable transportation network. As a result, the sector recorded the highest number of projects (69 projects out of 182), followed by the Energy & Power sector with 40 projects (22%) and Real Estate with 35 projects (19.2%).

The high number of transport projects came from investments in rail, road and airport projects. Numerous East African-based airports have launched expansion projects to cater for the rapidly growing passenger and cargo traffic volumes.

One of these airport expansion plans, currently under construction, is the Bole International Airport Expansion Project in Ethiopia, will make Ethiopia the largest airport aviation hub in Africa.35 Such cross-border infrastructure projects demonstrate East Africa’s commitment to boost regional integration.

Owned by government

Projects in East Africa are mainly owned by Government (79.1%), while Private Domestic companies own 6.6%. Various East African governments have played a significant role in boosting infrastructure development.

This has occurred from country-specific as well as regional developmental policy initiatives such as the East African Community (EAC) Development Strategy. The EAC Development Strategy aims to support East Africa in becoming a competitive and sustainable lower middle income region by 2021, and also highlights infrastructure development as one of its regional priorities.

Funding

East Africa relies on external funding for most infrastructure projects. The region’s project funding is dominated by China (20.9%; down from 25.9% last year), while Governments account for 13.7% of total funding.

International and African DFIs also play a significant role in East Africa’s project funding, accounting for 13.2% and 12.6%, respectively. Ongoing and upcoming regional infrastructure projects have attracted various development financiers.

The African Development Bank (AfDB), for example, has shown interest by introducing the East Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper (EA RISP), which outlines a roadmap to accelerate regional integration through infrastructure development over a
five-year period (2018-22).

China factor

Construction activity is dominated by China, who is responsible for building 40% of the projects (and down from 54.7% of projects in last year’s report). Both Private Domestic companies and EU Countries construct 14.8% of projects.

East Africa’s top 10 projects make up 51.7% of the total value of projects in the region, thus accounting for a large proportion of expenditure on infrastructure projects. The Transport and Energy & Power sectors both recorded four projects in the top 10.

Tanzania’s Likong’o-Mchinga LNG plant, has become the most valuable project in the region. Once completed, the plant is expected to contribute about 7% towards the country’s economic growth.

Kenya’s rail project is expected to contribute towards boosting trading activities in Kenya, thus, placing the country at the centre of East Africa’s rail network.
 

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Battle for economic supremacy in East Africa hots up​

A new report indicates that Tanzania and Uganda will overtake Kenya in major infrastructural projects
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February 16, 2019
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Battle for economic supremacy in East Africa hots up

Kenya is being overtaken by its East Africa Community neighbours; Uganda and Tanzania, when it comes to mega infrastructure projects development a new report has shown.

According to Debtwire, an intelligence service that researches and reports on corporate debt situations, the value of Tanzania’s infrastructure projects for the year isUSD650 Million, while that of Uganda is Ksh550 Billion. Kenya’s projects will only cost USD500 Million.
Mega projects in Tanzania includes the construction of a crude oil pipeline from Hoima district in Uganda to the Port of Tanga which kicked off last year.
Tanzania is also planning to spend $14.2 billion over the next five years to build 2,561 kilometre of SGR to connect the port of Dar es Salaam to land-locked neighbours namely the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda.
The East African nation is also planning a major port in Bagamoyo area which analyst say will offer stiff competition to Kenya’s Mombasa port

Uganda on the other hand, is progressing with the construction of the 95km Kampala-Jinja highway, estimated to cost USD150 million.
Kenya’s only project to watch this year, according to authors of the report, is the upgrading of the more than 100km of highway between Nairobi and Magadi at a cost of USD50 Million.
“Tanzania in 2019 will be at the forefront of the infrastructure transactions with the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project,” reads the report in part.
But Kenya is also construction 32-berth port in Lamu which is part of the mega LAPSSET Corridor Program which will cost over $26 billion to complete.
The building of Nyali Bridge is Kenya’s other project to watch and was appropriated in the current budget ending June.
Ethiopia is also another country that will witness construction of mega infrastructure projects in 2019. The horn of Africa nation and Djibouti have agreed to build a 767 km pipeline to help transport natural gas from Ethiopia for export through Djibouti ports.
 

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Battle for economic supremacy in East Africa hots up​

A new report indicates that Tanzania and Uganda will overtake Kenya in major infrastructural projects
By
CCE NEWS TEAM
-
February 16, 2019
0
57054
Battle for economic supremacy in East Africa hots up

Kenya is being overtaken by its East Africa Community neighbours; Uganda and Tanzania, when it comes to mega infrastructure projects development a new report has shown.

According to Debtwire, an intelligence service that researches and reports on corporate debt situations, the value of Tanzania’s infrastructure projects for the year isUSD650 Million, while that of Uganda is Ksh550 Billion. Kenya’s projects will only cost USD500 Million.
Mega projects in Tanzania includes the construction of a crude oil pipeline from Hoima district in Uganda to the Port of Tanga which kicked off last year.
Tanzania is also planning to spend $14.2 billion over the next five years to build 2,561 kilometre of SGR to connect the port of Dar es Salaam to land-locked neighbours namely the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda.
The East African nation is also planning a major port in Bagamoyo area which analyst say will offer stiff competition to Kenya’s Mombasa port

Uganda on the other hand, is progressing with the construction of the 95km Kampala-Jinja highway, estimated to cost USD150 million.
Kenya’s only project to watch this year, according to authors of the report, is the upgrading of the more than 100km of highway between Nairobi and Magadi at a cost of USD50 Million.
“Tanzania in 2019 will be at the forefront of the infrastructure transactions with the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project,” reads the report in part.
But Kenya is also construction 32-berth port in Lamu which is part of the mega LAPSSET Corridor Program which will cost over $26 billion to complete.
The building of Nyali Bridge is Kenya’s other project to watch and was appropriated in the current budget ending June.
Ethiopia is also another country that will witness construction of mega infrastructure projects in 2019. The horn of Africa nation and Djibouti have agreed to build a 767 km pipeline to help transport natural gas from Ethiopia for export through Djibouti ports.
Achana na old news my friend. Latest report ndio hii hapa.

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Teargas

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Hakuna nchi afrika mashariki inayoikuta Tanzania sasa hivi kwenye project za miundombinu
Why should I listen to a person disputing all credible stats? Show me anywhere or any article which places Tanzania ahead of kenya and Uganda as far as infrastructure development is concerned 😂😂
 

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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi😂😂. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?😂😂.

Tallest buildings in Dar.
TPA -157m
PPF -152m
PPF -152m
MNF -145m
PSPF -134m.
Mzizima -133m.

Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m
 

Bemendazole

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Kenya, having completed its SGR, 50 years after Tanzania constructed Tazara is enough reason to say Kenya is now catching up with Tanzania and not vice cersa.
 

Bemendazole

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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi😂😂. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?😂😂.


Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m
Most of these are still on pictures. We want real buildings not those on paper!
 

Somi

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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi😂😂. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?😂😂.

Tallest buildings in Dar.
TPA -157m
PPF -152m
PPF -152m
MNF -145m
PSPF -134m.
Mzizima -133m.

Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m
My friend Nimetoka kuangalia Britam Ina gorofa 31 wakati TPA Ina gorofa 40 , kitu kimeongeza urefu wa Britam kuzidi TPA ni mnara wa mawasiliano
 

Timo25

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My friend Nimetoka kuangalia Britam Ina gorofa 31 wakati TPA Ina gorofa 40 , kitu kimeongeza urefu wa Britam kuzidi TPA ni mnara wa mawasiliano
kama bado unaangalia mambo na floors the GTC office tower has 43 floors bado inawashinda not forgeting the 88 nairobi underconstruction to have 44 floors
 

Justinr

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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?.

Tallest buildings in Dar.
TPA -157m
PPF -152m
PPF -152m
MNF -145m
PSPF -134m.
Mzizima -133m.

Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m
Jinga la kila siku...kazi kujificha nyuma ya emojis
 

eliakeem

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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi😂😂. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?😂😂.

Tallest buildings in Dar.
TPA -157m
PPF -152m
PPF -152m
MNF -145m
PSPF -134m.
Mzizima -133m.

Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m

You even count the antenna poles.
🤣🤣🤣
 

Somi

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Feb 7, 2009
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My friend you are outdated, just relax at least akili itakurudi😂😂. Dar is slum with three towers iwe ya pili in terms of scrapers?😂😂.

Tallest buildings in Dar.
TPA -157m
PPF -152m
PPF -152m
MNF -145m
PSPF -134m.
Mzizima -133m.

Nairobi's tallest buildings.

Britam -200m
GTC - 184m
UAP -163m
GTC II - 145m
88 Nairobi - 145m (U/C)
Times Tower - 140m
CBK - 137m
Prism tower - 133m
GTC III - 133m
GTC IV -133m
Parliament tower - 126m
Le'mac tower - 125m
Teleposta - 120m
GTC V - 116m
Hizo sio data zangu ni wazungu wameandika relax my friend 😂🤷🏿‍♂️👌🏿✌🏿
 

NairobiWalker

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Mbona hii miaka yote mmekuwa mkisema mna projects nyingi kutushinda? Hivi leo mnakubali ndio mnatufikia? 🤣 🤣 🤣
 

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