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1 Regional Integration and Transport The REC s Action Plan Progress and Next Steps.

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1 1 Regional Integration and Transport The REC s Action Plan Progress and Next Steps

2 2 Northern Corridor 1. Establishment of Observatory Data Collection Methodology and First Trial 40 Questionnaires returned out of 500+ Suitability of the process ? Implementation of an Adjusted Methodology

3 3 Northern Corridor (2) 2. Updating of the NC Treaty Consultants being hired Workshop to be held in second quarter of 2005 Completion expected in June 2005 Adoption aimed for Mombasa Port Security Bids for Security Assessment to be Received Oct 1

4 4 Dar es Salaam Corridor 1. Establishment of Observatory ToRs drafted in May, 2004 ToRs to be adjusted following review of other observatory projects. Procurement to start in November, Dar Port Security THA expected to draft ToRs

5 5 Dar es Salaam Corridor (2) 3. Road safety pamphlet Lack of a champion on the ground: to be linked to the road safety action plan 4. Future actions: assistance to the Dar Corridor Management Committee?

6 6 North-South Corridor 1. Beit Bridge pilot project Started in June 2004 Continuation of an earlier effort by public and private stakeholders to solve emergency problems in 2003 Intends to reduce transit time at border Facilitates stakeholders consultation to design and implement an Action Plan Matrix Matrix already in place To be continued through 2005 Identified the need for observatory

7 7 Location Barney Curtis SSATP September 2004 Beit Bridge

8 8 Location Barney Curtis SSATP September 2004

9 9 Current Situation cont… Barney Curtis SSATP September 2004

10 10 North-South Corridor (2) 2 Establishment of Observatory ToRs drafted in May, 2004 ToRs to be adjusted following review of other observatory projects. Procurement to start in November, Study on best practices in axle load control ToRs prepared by ECA and under review by SADC and COMESA Procurement to start in November, 2004

11 11 North-South Corridor (3) 4. Design of an HIV/AIDS transport program Review ongoing and proposed interventions and value added of SSATP; Ways forward and ToRs for program design to be agreed upon by November, Future actions: support to the set up of a Corridor Management Committee?

12 12 Douala-Ndjamena/Bangui Corridors 1. Establishment of Observatory Methodology still to be elaborated, and request by stakeholders for preliminary consultation Financing by existing WB Grant to CEMAC Start expected for early Douala Port Facilitation & Security Regional consultation ongoing for implementation of ISPS code CEMAC/ECCAS to propose SSATP priority Actions by December 2004 Implementation to start in 2005

13 13 Pointe-Noire-Brazza-Bangui and Matadi-Kinshasa-Bangui corridors (2) 1. Establishment of Observatory Objectives different from the other observatories (multimodal rail-river and road-river corridors) Methodology still to be elaborated by CEMAC, ECCAS and CICOS ToRs to be drafted by Dec Future actions: set up of corridor management committee? Need for a baseline survey of corridor operations Need to further investigate regulatory implications CEMAC/ECCAS to propose SSATP set of actions by December 2004

14 14 West African Corridors 1. Observatories Pilot trial completed on two corridors (end 2003) Methodological and data collection issues Revised methodology to be devised Additional support expected from USAID on data collection design and IT set up Next round of surveys to be carried out early in 2005, with validation workshop by April 2005 SSATP support required for data collection, processing and dissemination Extension of the scope to other corridors during 2 nd half of 2005

15 15 Capitale dEtat Ville Importante Limite zone UEMOA Réseau Inter-Etats (RIE) UEMOA Hors UEMOA Réseau dinterconnexion (RI) UEMOA Hors UEMOA Code communautaire CU1 Réalisation TAS: CLASSIFICATION DU RESEAU ROUTIER COMMUNAUTAIRE UEMOA CU4 CU7b CU7a CU5 CU3b CU3a CU9 CU10 CU13 CU26 CU13 CU17 CU16 CU14 CU15 CU20 CU23 CU24 CU12 CU21 CU25 CU19c CU6 CU19b CU19a CU11 CU22 LOME COTONOU DAKAR BAMAKO NIAMEY OUAGA DOUGOU BISSAU YAMOUS- SOUKRO NOUAKCHOTT ACCRA MONROVIA FREETOWN CONAKRY N DJAMENA BANJUL ABUJA CU27 CU18 CU8 Po N dali Abidjan Bouaké Ferké Sikasso Kankan Mamou Man Ziguin chor Tamba counda St Louis Kayes N zérékoré Gbarnga Ségou Gao Ouahigouya Kita Tamalé Kumassi Ibadan Lagos Mopti Bougouni Tilabéri Atakpamé Bamba dica Kaduna Kano Maradi Agadez Bobo- Dioulasso Zinder Bouna Savé Parakou San Pedro Kara Odienné CU2b CU2a CU1

16 16 missions des Chargés de liaison & structuration moyens mis à disposition des Chargés de liaison structuration des fiches denquête méthode de conduite des enquêtes ; communication entre parties prenantes au projet rapports avec le Consultant conduite des enquêtes modalités de restitution des données denquêtes ; conduite des contre enquêtes modalités de restitution des résultats des contre enquêtes ; modalités de rapprochement des résultats des contre-enquêtes avec ceux des enquêtes diffusion des informations pérennité du projet problèmes financiers Problèmes identifiés

17 17 Revoir lapproche méthodologique 2 Revoir le programme informatique 3 Réorganiser les mécanismes de coordination 1 Revoir la stratégie de communication 4 Solutions

18 18 Téma – Ouaga – Niamey - Bamako 2 Lomé - Cotonou 3 Lomé – Ouaga – Niamey - Bamako 1 Extension future à Abidjan – Lagos après atelier de validation 4 LOPA / PRF

19 19 West African Corridors (2) 2. Study/workshop on institutional and legal framework Three ongoing studies on transit system and guarantee regime, border posts and corridor management legal status (NEPAD and AfDB financing) Validation workshops will be organized before end of 2004 (RECs and donors financing) Support from SSATP may be sought to help update of national regulations to comply with agreed regional legal provisions. ToRs to be drafted by January 2005

20 20 Multi Corridor issues/Inter REC Cooperation 1. Areas of inter-REC cooperation: status of actions SADC-COMESA-FESARTA-PMAESA-ECA consultation in May 2004 on observatories and overload control; Internal coordination ECOWAS-UEMOA now complete in almost every subject No progress on ECCAS-CEMAC No action undertaken involving Africa wide inter REC cooperation or multi corridor issues since the Nairobi Feb 2004 meeting.

21 21 Multi Corridor issues/inter REC Cooperation (2) 1. Areas of inter-REC cooperation: next steps Facilitation action by SSATP and ECA to improve CEMAC-ECCAS coordination by December 2004 Global reconsideration of the observatories (during ongoing SSATP meeting) Information sharing to be developed on one stop border posts issues (legal-management- procedures- infrastructure)? Develop the process of inter REC trade facilitation cooperation involving Customs (starting with COMESA-SADC on regional bond guarantees)

22 22 Inter REC Coordination Draft Terms of Reference for a coordination mechanism to be discussed during ongoing meeting Relationships with NEPAD, AU, etc … to be clarified, proposals to be done during the meeting

23 23 Improve SSATP response Long procurement procedures Clarification required in role of the RECs/SROs on contract management Lengthy payment process Follow up by SSATP team to be improved


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