6 aktiviteter 2017 med en totalsumma av SEK 90,6 m, summerat på
Rehabilitation of Kariba Dam SEK 50 000 000

Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies

Beskrivning

The Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project is urgently required to avoid a potential emergency situation. The most recent dam safety assessment completed in 2010 has identified the proposed measures as Category I interventions requiring immediate attention. Given the large reservoir capacity (181 km3) a possible catastrophic failure of the dam would result in devastating regional flooding, significant loss of human life, and unprecedented economic damage downstream in the Zambezi River, with an estimated 3 million people living in the potential impact area and the economic value of assets at risk in excess of US$8 billion. It is suggested that Sweden, through Sida, form part of an Agreement with the World Bank to support the Zambezi River Authority in implementing the Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project. Swedish support would be subject to the Board of the World Bank approving to the project - such approval is excpected in December 2014. The estimated cost of rehabilitation the Kariba Dam is $US294.2m with the proposed financing as follows: 1. European Development Fund - US$100 (grant) 2.African Development Bank - US$ 75 ( combination of grant and loan) 3. World Bank - US$75 (loan) 3. Sweden - 200m SEK (grant) 4. Zambezi River Authority - US$ 19.2m The Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project will assist ZRA in financing implementation and oversight of the three components required for the rehabilitation of the Kariba Dam. The three components are as follows: Component 1: Institutional Project Support The objective of this component is to provide the necessary support to assist the Zambezi River Authority in securing the long-term safety and reliability of the Kariba Dam Hydro-Electric Scheme. This component would be co-financed by IDA, the African Development Bank and the European Development Fund through a combination of joint co-financing and parallel co-financing of individual activities. Activities to be financed include: (i) Technical Services and Supervision Consultant; (ii) Dam Break Analysis; (iii) Panel of Experts; (iv) Dispute Adjudication Board; (v) Environmental and Social Assessment; (vi) Audits and Evaluations; and, (vii) Visibility & Communications. Component 2: Plunge Pool Reshaping The objective of this component is to stabilize the plunge pool and prevent further scouring, particularly along the weak fault / seam zone towards the dam foundations. The Plunge Pool has progressively widened and deepened vertically to create an 80m deep scour hole in the bedrock immediately downstream of the dam foundations. This component would be financed by the European Development Fund (EDF11). Activities to be financed include: (i) Plunge Pool Reshaping Civil Works; (ii) Blasting Operations Monitoring Consultant; and, (iii) a Technical Audit Consultant. . Component 3: Spillway Refurbishment The objective of this component is to improve the operation and prevent potential failure of the spillway control facility. Advanced deterioration of the built-in structures and lack of sufficient maintenance have limited the function of the spillway gates. The current stop beams cannot be used to close the upstream sluice opening in the event of a downstream flood gate failure in the open position. In the event that the downstream flood gate jams and cannot be closed there would be no way to stop water flow. The water level in such case may go down to the sill of the spillway, well below the minimum operating level, during which period no power production would be possible. If the stop logs were to jam in the sluice during a large flood, it could limit the ability to ensure safe passage of the flood waters and result in overtopping of the dam. This component would be jointly co-financed by the African Development Bank and the World Bank. The activities to be financed include: (i) Spillway Refurbishment Contract; and (ii) Additional Engineering Studies, Investigations, Surveys and Equipment as may be r

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119009201-ZMB-23210

Unspecified SEK 16 919 600

Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies

Beskrivning

The activity "[Ospecificerat]" does not have a description. Please check if there are documents linked to the activity or contact Sida directly for more information. You can call +46 8 698 50 00 or send an e-mail to sida@sida.se.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-8889998801-ZMB-23210

Biogas for Agriculture & household energy SEK 13 900 000

Biofuel-fired power plants

Beskrivning

SNV has applied to Sida for funding of 43.9 MSEK to support establishing of a commercially viable biogas sector in Zambia. The following are the intended outcome of the intervention; 1. Increased income levels for farmers through increased milk production from biogas milk storage facilities, improved yields from the use of bio slurry and improved livestock farming through use of biogas powered incubators. 2. Improved cooking environment by substituting characoal/firewood with biogas. The charcoal/firewood produces harmful gases which mostly affects the health of women and children. 3. Sustainable use of natural resources through substitution of charcoal/firewood ( which contributes to deforestation) with biogas for cooking. The intervention targets to solve the problem of lack of access to modern energy services in the rural areas of Zambia where less than 5% of the population have access to electricity.Due to the vastness of the country and the sparse settlements, it is very expensive to extend the grid to the rural areas. Offgrid solutions such as biogas should therefore be explored as an option for providing access to electricity for rural dwellers. About 60% of Zambia's population, majority of which depend on agriculture,live in rural areas. SNV estimates that 310,000 households keep cattle, 140,000 households keep pigs and that there are about 3,000 dairy farmers, and growing. The challenge for the dairy farmers is that they need to milk their animals twice in a day. They are able to sell the milk obtained in the morning because the milk buyers collect in the morning.However, the evening milk which accounts for 50% of their production is not sold because they have to keep their milk overnight but due to lack of milk chilling facilities turns into sour by the morning.SNV is proposing to promote the installation of biodigesters together with biogas milk chillers which the dairy farmers can use to keep their milk overnight. In this way, the farmers will be able to double their income from the milk sales. In addition SNV is also promoting the use of biogas powered incubators to help the farmers provide the heat required for their livestock businesses. The bioslurry, which is a by product of the organic matter fermentation process is a potent organic fertiliser which SNV also intends to promote for farmers to use in their fields. The interventions total budget is 43.9 MSEK entirely financed by sida. The intervention will also have a guarantee component which will be cofinanced by sida and USAID on a 50% basis.The guarantee amount of about 4m USD is meant to motivate banks to lend to small scale farmers for purchase of renewable energy technologies such as bio-digesters. The intervention will contribute to the following results in Result Area 2 of the strategy: 1. Increased number of productive jobs, particularly for women and young people, with the ambition that Sweden will contribute to at least 120 000 people having productive work in the agricultural sector. 2. Increased access to secure and sustainable energy for households, public services and businesses. 3. Increased access to financial services for small-scale farmers, entrepreneurs and businesses, with the ambition that Sweden will contribute to at least 30 000 small-scale farmers having access to financial services. 4. More sustainable use of natural resources with the focus on agriculture, with the ambition that Sweden will contribute to at least 14 000 farmers basing their activities on sustainable use of land resources. SNV has extensive experience in different parts of the world in implementing biogas projects. Some of the examples of the biogas projects provided by SNV include: 1. Africa Biogas Partnership Programme phase I and II(ABPP I & II)(2009-2017) This is a € 178m covering Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The programme utilises the Asian domestic biogas experience in an adapted way and t

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119010401-ZMB-23270

Power Africa - Beyond the Grid Fund Zambia (REEEP) - Power Africa - Off Grid Fund Zambia (förvaltning) SEK 6 878 133

Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies

Beskrivning

The Power Africa: Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia is an ambitious new undertaking to bring basic clean energy access to one million Zambians and accelerate private sector growth in energy generation and distribution in the country. The Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia will operate from 2016-2020, with a maximum funding level of 200MSEK. Within that period the Fund intends to provide 1 million Zambians with access to clean electricity. The envisaged approach is designed to stimulate the emergence of new business models while demonstrating sustainability over time. It is envisaged that eligible ventures may include power generation (from clean and renewable sources), distribution and service provision, equipment supply, utility approaches, consumer financing (e.g. pay-as-you-go and rent-to-own) models as well as investments in the efficient use of energy. The Fund will be open to all relevant industry actors, especially so-called independent energy service providers. Over the course of its life span, a number of different windows and sub-facilities may be developed to target specific provider and beneficiary groups. The Fund will consider supporting qualifying proposals/businesses with a blend of grant and concessional funding and aims to disburse up to 40MSEK of funding in 2016, with further substantial mobilisations planned for 2017 and 2018. The Fund is administered by the Renewable Energy and Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) on behalf of the Swedish Embassy in Zambia and with the (non-financial) support of Zambian partners such as the Rural Electrification Authority (REA) and the Energy Regulation Board (ERB). REEEP (the Agent) will support Sida and the Embassy in Lusaka with technical advice on which energy services ventures to fund, as well as perform due diligence and analyse the sustainability of business plans. REEEP will also support the Embassy in outreach and stakeholder dialogue among the concerned parties - industry actors, relevant ministries, regulators and government bodies for rural electrification and private sector investments in energy.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119012101-ZMB-23210

KGRTC SEK 2 710 000

Energy education/training

Beskrivning

Expanding scope to incorporate areas beyond hydro generation and move towards self-ssutainability

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119003101-ZMB-23181

Unspecified SEK 137 998

Energy education/training

Beskrivning

The activity "[Ospecificerat]" does not have a description. Please check if there are documents linked to the activity or contact Sida directly for more information. You can call +46 8 698 50 00 or send an e-mail to sida@sida.se.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-8889998801-ZMB-23181

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2019 SEK 101 m USD 11.7 m
2018 SEK 116 m USD 13.3 m
2017 SEK 90,6 m USD 10.6 m
2016 SEK 18,3 m USD 2.1 m
2015 SEK 89,7 m USD 10.6 m
2014 SEK 72,0 m USD 10.5 m
2013 SEK 20,3 m USD 3.1 m
2012 SEK 96,5 t USD 14.3 k
2011 SEK 81,8 m USD 12.6 m
2010 SEK 65,5 m USD 9.1 m
2009 SEK 36,3 m USD 4.8 m
2008 SEK 4,0 m USD 599 k
2007 SEK 6,5 m USD 957 k
2006 SEK 11,6 m USD 1.6 m
2005 SEK 5,1 m USD 679 k
2004 SEK 4,8 m USD 656 k
2003 SEK 10,2 m USD 1.3 m
2002 SEK 9,7 m USD 999 k
2001 SEK 9,1 m USD 880 k
2000 SEK 8,0 m USD 877 k
1999 SEK 9,8 m USD 1.2 m
1998 SEK 7,1 m USD 892 k

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Zambia

Human Development Index
139
(Rankar 187 länder, 2015)
Bruttonationalprodukt (BNP)
1721,6
(Per capita i USD, 2014)
Världens bistånd (ODA) som andel av BNI
3,9 %
(ODA, 2014)
Svensk del av totalt bistånd (ODA)
5,2 %
(ODA, 2014)