The overall objective of the intervention shall be to contribute to reduction of poverty and inequality, and boost economic growth through addressing bottlenecks in the transport infrastructure. The specific objective is to promote linkages of the ports (Walvis Bay sea port, in particular) to the hinterland and to the neighbouring countries; to support the Namibia's Vision 2030 of becoming a regional logistics hub.
The project is proposed as the Namibia Transport Infrastructure Improvement Project (Phase I) that shall include two main interventions
Total cost: 288315360
Source(s) of financing
Task Manager: MALINGA Richard, RDGS4
Implementing Agency: MINISTRY OF WORKS AND TRANSPORT
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