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Development Partners’ Roundtable on IGAD Regional Infrastructure November 23-25, 2022

Development Partners’ Roundtable on IGAD Regional Infrastructure November 23-25, 2022

 

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Final IRIMP Report – Energy Sector Report

This report is the copyright of the IGAD and has been prepared by IPE Global, in association with Africon Universal Consulting, under contract to IGAD. The contents of this report may not be reproduced in whole or in part, nor passed to any other organisation or person without the specific prior written permission of IGAD.

IPE Global has used reasonable skill and care in checking the accuracy and completeness of information supplied by the client or third parties…

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Final IRIMP Report

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Regional Infrastructure Master Plan (IRIMP) is an ambitious plan, the implementation of which will accelerate the region’s growth and structural transformation. The IRIMP consists of policy initiatives and infrastructure investments that will significantly strengthen the process of regional economic cooperation and integration.

The IRIMP is aligned with, and furthers the aims of, the Abuja Treaty, the Constitutive Act of the African Union, Agenda 2063, and the national development plans of IGAD Members States.

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Final IRIMP Report

This ICT Sector Report is part of four sector reports picked from the overall IRIMP Report. The other three reports are for energy, transport and transboundary water resources. The Sector Reports are intended to be used by IGAD Member States, and in particular the relevant line Ministries, Departments and Agencies responsible for sector development, and their development partners to guide future planning, investment decision-making and funding and financing arrangements.The process of preparing IRIMP began in March 2006 when the 11th IGAD Summit of the Heads of State and Government, held in Nairobi,

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Final IRIMP Report – Transport Sector Report

This Transport Sector Report is part of four sector reports picked from the overall IRIMP Report. The other three reports are for energy, ICT and transboundary water resources. The Sector Reports are intended to be used by IGAD Member States, and in particular the relevant line Ministries, Departments and Agencies responsible for sector development, and their development partners to guide future planning, investment decision-making and funding and financing arrangements.The process of preparing IRIMP began in March 2006 when the 11th IGAD Summit of the Heads of State and Government, held in Nairobi, …

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Final IRIMP Report – Water Sector Report

This Water Sector Report is part of four sector reports picked from the overall IRIMP Report. The other three reports are for energy, ICT and transport. The Sector Reports are intended to be used by IGAD Member States, and in particular the relevant line Ministries, Departments and Agencies responsible for sector development, and their development partners to guide future planning, investment decision-making and funding and financing arrangements. The process of preparing IRIMP began in March 2006 when the 11th IGAD Summit of the Heads of State and Government, held in Nairobi,

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan – Annexes

The main thrust of the project, in terms of the energy sector, is therefore to promote transmission interconnections between the member countries in the IGAD region. The received wisdom is that such interconnections have multiple benefits.

These benefits are elaborated in a subsequent sub-section but can briefly be summarised as: i) developing the region’s energy resources on an economic least-cost basis, and thus at optimum economic efficiency; ii) sharing reserve capacity and ancillary services such as reactive power and voltage control, black start capability, system balancing, etc., iii)

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IGAD Regional Infrastructure Master Plan Volume 2

The importance of IGAD trans-border infrastructure The time is right for significant investment in growth-inducing trans-border infrastructure investment to boost development, and secure peace and security across the IAGD region. Some IGAD members are emerging from war and conflict. Their economies, though fragile, seem to be poised to grow. Other members have, from a relatively low base, experienced remarkable growth (Ethiopia, for example, was recently the fastest growing economy in Africa for a number of years).

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