Special Programmes | NGSIP

 

NAMIBIAN-GERMAN SPECIAL
INITIATIVE PROGRAMME
(NGSIP)

About the NGSIP:
Programme Profile and Organisational Structure

The Namibian-German Special Initiative Programme (NGSIP) was conceptualized and designed by the Government of the Republic of Namibia in 2006. H.E. President Hifikepunye Pohamba instructed then Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Libertina Amadhila, to consult communities that had suffered during the German colonial period on how best to utilize a sum of
Euros 20 million (then approximately N$ 200 million) that the German Government had granted towards improving the social and economic living conditions of those communities.

The result was a uniquely participatory rural development programme with more than 200 small and medium scale projects identified and managed by the selected communities. These communities are amongst the most disadvantaged in the country in terms of access to economic and social welfare resources. They are located in 24 Constituencies of the 7 regions of
Erongo, Hardap, Karas, Khomas, Kunene, Omaheke and Otjozondjupa. Communities are able to select projects in any economic and social development sector according to their own assessment of priorities.

The implementation of the NGSIP is undertaken by the
National Planning Commission (NPC) which has formed a programme management team for this purpose. The German Development Bank, KfW, finances the programme on behalf of the German Government. In addition, NPC has selected technical advisors that are charged with the preparation and implementation process of the projects.

Phase 1 of the Programme
commenced in 2008 and included 40 borehole rehabilitation projects and 10 agricultural projects. In April 2011, phase 2 was launched with funding to the amount of approximately N$ 146 million for the purpose of project investments.

The German Government granted an additional Euro 11 million for the Programme in order to make up for project budget short-falls which arose due to inflation losses and initial under-budgeting. This enabled commitments to implement projects to be honoured as initially approved in the 2007 Feasibility Report. Formal inter-governmental agreements making these funds available were signed in June 2013.

During 2014-2015 some contracts with construction companies have been terminated due to slow progress and underperformance. Retendering of outstanding works for the already committed projects resulted in some new budget short-falls. The German Government therefore granted an additional Euro 3.6 million for the Programme in 2015.

The implementation phase of the Programme is
due to be completed at the end of September 2016.​

 

Key Milestones

 

Date Milestone
2005 MsHeidemarieWieczorek-Zeul, the German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development representing German Government offers Euro 20 million to Namibian Government following centenary commemorations in 2004 of the battle of Ohamakari.
2006 Needs assessment led by Dr Libertine Amadhila, the Deputy Prime Minister.
Nov 2007 Feasibility Report completedand  KfW-NPC Financing Agreement signed – Euro 12 mill.committed.
Jun ‘08-Jul ‘09 Phase I (“Fast track”) projects implemented.
Sept 2010 KfW-NPC Financing Agreement signed – Euro 8 mill. Committed.
Nov 2010 Programme Management Consultants’ contract starts.
April 2011 KfW acceptance of audit of Phase 1, and approval to finance Phase 2 projects.
Feb 2012 Contracting of Design and Supervision Consultants and start of detailed project designs.
Mar 2012 Government of Namibia requests additional Programme financing.
Sept 2012 Start of livestock projects.
Nov 2012 German Government’s Note Verbale agrees to provide additional Programme financing of Euro 11 million.
Feb 2013 Start of construction projects.
June 2013 Signing of Inter-governmental Agreement making available additional EUR 11.
May 2015 Government of Namibia requests additional Programme financing.
October 2015 German Government agrees to provide additional Programme financing of Euro 3.6 million.
2016 The Inter-governmental Agreement making available additional funds to be signed by June 2016.

 

Programme Design

The Programme is implemented by the National Planning Commission with policy and strategy guidance provided by a Steering Committee of key line ministries and other stakeholders. These are:

  • the Office of the Prime Minister
  • the Ministry of Finance
  • the Ministry of Regional and Local Government and Housing and Rural Development
  • the Ministry of Youth, National Services, Sport and Culture
  • the Ministry of Education
  • the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry
  • the Association of Regional Councils of Namibia
  • the Namibian Non-Governmental Organisations’ Forum Trust (NANGOF Trust)

The Country Director of KfW has an observer status on the Steering Committee.

Financing Agreements between the two governments of November 2007 and September 2010 provide for N$160 million for capital investments in projects and N$40 million for management and implementing costs. The latter includes the costs of establishing and operating for a five year period a Programme Management Team (PMT) in the NPC, including management consulting services procured through an international tender. It also includes funds for beneficiary capacity building, audits and evaluations, and a contingency amount.

The project investment funding formula, which was adopted in 2007, is based on a standard amount per targeted Constituency, with the remaining funds being allocated to the Constituencies according to the population size, and a range of development indicators including life expectancy; adult literacy rate and school enrolment rate; access to housing, safe water and electricity; formal and subsistence income sources; infant mortality and fertility rate.

 

 

Programme Implementation Structure

Programme Executing Agency

The programme is implemented by NPC as the executing agency. Full responsibility for programme implementation rests with the Permanent Secretary of the National Planning Commission (NPC). The NPC is supported by an experienced Programme Management Team for the execution of programme functions.

Programme Management Team

A Programme Management Team (PMT) assists the NPC to execute the programme. The PMT is accountable for the execution of the Programme and is in charge of planning, implementation and general management of the Programme, including the accountancy of the disposition fund account.

The Programme Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of the Programme’s implementation supported by a management consultant team, procured through an international tender. The Programme Manager was a member of the feasibility study task force and was fully integrated into the PMT. This ensured the continuity of the project and preserved institutional memory.

The management consultant team includes four staff including a Team Leader, a Technical Expert to deal with the technical issues, a Social Expert to deal with the social and development issues, and a Financial and Administrative Expert responsible for the administration and management of the disposition fund account.

Figure showing the Organogram of the Programme Implementation Structure

NGSIP Orgonogram

 

 

Implementation Strategy

The Programme’s basic modus operandi is that project requests are presented by communities, through elected committees, having gained the support of Traditional Authorities as well as Constituency and Regional authorities. Constituency Councillors are the Programme’s key coordinators through their Constituency Development Committees. After project viability and sustainability has been assessed, project requests are developed into detailed designs and tender documents by local consultants contracted following open tenders.  Likewise, project implementation is carried out by private services contracted after tendering. Supplies, works and services are procured using the tendering procedures of the German Development Bank (KfW).

Strategic Approach

Consultation starts with the community and the outcome is synchronised with Namibian Government’s Plans. A bottom-up approach is used.

  • Community-driven concept and methods whereby projects are defined and owned by communities. Some are co-owned by line ministries.
  • Project Management Committees are elected for each project and are answerable to communities.
  • Traditional Authorities are uniquely involved and empowered throughout the project management cycle.
  • Strong coordination role for Constituency Offices.
  • Unique demand-driven planning process whereby projects may be selected across sectors (i.e. not confined by the agenda/mandate of any Line Ministry or sectoral programme) and then coordinated with line ministry programmes.

 

This concept, method and planning process has resulted in several positive experiences.

  • Genuine community ownership
  • Real felt needs are addressed
  • Community decision making processes enhanced
  • Community project management capacity enhanced
  • Role of Traditional Authorities, Regional Councillors and other community structures in development project planning and implementation process enhanced

 

Project Implementation

Phase 1 Implementation

Phase 1, or the ‘fast track’ phase, which ran from June 2008 to July 2009, saw the implementation of 54 small projects at a total cost of some N$ 14 million (including VAT) of which N$ 12.6 million derived from German grant funds.

Phase 2 Implementation

After administrative delays in signing a second Financing Agreement to make the German Government’s grant funding fully available, and in auditing the Phase 1 projects, funding for Phase 2 was made available in April 2011. After tendering, Design and Supervision consultants were contracted and started work at the beginning of 2012.

Project implementation commenced in September 2012 with the start of 23 agricultural projects. Infrastructure construction projects started in early 2013 and are continuing. The Programme’s capacity building efforts have been on-going from the start and are focused on Project Management Committees and other stakeholders. Particular attention has been given to 25 community owned projects, not owned by a line ministry and for whom funds will have to be self-generated to ensure sustainable operations.

With the additional grant of EUR 11 million made available in June 2013 and given the prevailing exchange rates the Programme’s overall investment budget (specifically for projects) has increased from N$ 147 million to N$ 290 million (both figures excluding VAT), an increase of 98%.

Coming after the start of project implementation, the allocation of additional budgets to the existing projects presents an unusual management challenge demanding significant flexibility on the part of all involved. To maintain the integrity of the Programme’s participatory ethos, stakeholder consultations are required on priority needs. Infrastructure projects require new or expanded designs and bills of quantities etc. in order to cover the increased scope of works, the implementation contracts also had to be amended.

The general approach to allocating the additional funding can be summarised as follows:

  • Nearly all additional funds are being allocated to existing projects to enable them to meet the original project commitments. Only a few additional projects requests are being accommodated and these all benefit the San community.
  • Regional and Constituency budget allocations are based on the allocation formula developed in the NGSIP Feasibility Report of 2007.
  • Allocations to projects within Constituencies are being informed by a number of considerations including the priority needs as expressed by stakeholders and project sustainability considerations.
  • Essentially, funds are being committed to projects which are expected to be practically completed by September 2016, followed by a 12-months retention period.

 

The Projects

Phase 2 projects are divided into Lots and sub-Lots as follows:

Lot 1:  School, Youth and Sport Facilities and others – 41 projects in Kunene, Erongo,Otjozondjupa, Omaheke and Karas regions

Lot 2:  Multi-purpose Cultural Centres & Commercial Centre Projects – 20 projects in Kunene, Erongo, Omaheke, Hardap and Karas regions

Lot 3:  Agriculture Projects (livestock and gardens) – 32 projects in total, including Phase I

Lot 4:  Water Supply Projects – 115 in total, including Phase I

Lot 5:  Others: Latrines, Road, Fire Truck, School Computers, Bridge, Quarantine Camp

Lot 6:  Capacity Building Services

Capacity building services focus on those infrastructure development projects that will not receive direct financial or other support from line ministry in future, and will therefore be managed and maintained by community structures or, in a few cases, local and regional authorities. This amounts to 25 projects, being mainly multi-purpose cultural centres, SME centres, youth centres, community halls, etc.

Activities included are:

(1) update business plans for the operations of the infrastructure projects being developed and the services to be provided;

(2) clarify systems, roles and practices with regard to the management, governance and ownership issues related to the projects; and

(3) develop management and technical skills of project management and staff needed to operate and maintain the physical infrastructure and the services being delivered.

Local non-governmental organisations have been contracted to provide such capacity building services. They are being supported by 17 community activators, selected by their communities, to provide communication, liaison and mobilization services.

In general, while infrastructure development activities are expected to last until September 2016, community capacity building activities will continue during the defects liability period.

Annex 2. Project Implementation Progress Summary

Kunene region. Total budget: N$ 117,148,596.98  (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1 Epupa Ehomba

KU-EPUP-01

FT- Quarantine Camp

FT

570,000

2 Epupa Okanguati/Otjitanda

KU-EPUP-02

Work for food road improvements

others

232,000

3 Epupa (Epupa) Okahuzu

KU-EPUP-03

(Borehole Rehab)  Borehole New

4E

694,603.09

4 Epupa Otjitanda School

KU-EPUP-05

(Rehabilitation of Borehole  and 5 km pipeline to the community and 1km to the school) Upgrading of Tank Station; additional tanks, pump & solar panels installations

4E

539,469.01

5 Epupa Otjitanda

KU-EPUP-06

Rehabilitation of school facilities; hostels and classrooms

2A (1A)

8,264,687

6 Sesfontein Warmquelle

KU-SESF-01

Hostel, Staff Houses, Fencing

1E (1A)

6,075,299

7 Sesfontein Kephas Mzuma

KU-SESF-01A

School Hostel

2A (1A)

2,848,611

8 Sesfontein Otjindakui

KU-SESF-02

Phase I – Pre-Primary School for 40 students, New

1D (1A)

1,696,413

9 Sesfontein Otjindakui

KU-SESF-03

FT – Water Pipelines, fountain cover, tanks

4E (FT)

213,600

10 Sesfontein Khowarib

KU-SESF-05

Solar system and reservoirs, garden irrigation

4E

739,957.15

11 Sesfontein (Tsaraxa -Aibes) (khowarib) Ana-xa-ina-dom

KU-SESF-08

Borehole new for animals two locations

4E

876,112.23

12 Sesfontein Anker

KU-SESF-11

Community Hall/SME stalls

1E (1A)

4,966,309

13 Sesfontein Anker

KU-SESF-11A

Borehole Rehabilitation

4E

649,214.15

14 Sesfontein Anker

KU-SESF-11B

Livestock

3

1,100,367.40

15 Sesfontein Uriris

KU-SESF-12

New Borehole –  Windmill, solar pumps

4E

1,074,576.89

16 Sesfontein !Noe-Deb

KU-SESF-14

Earth dam (for later Garden and Aquaculture)

4E

587,288.00

17 Kamanjab Kamanjab 1

KU-KAMA-01

New Sports Facility

2A (1A)

3,908,939

18 Kamanjab Kamanjab 2

KU-KAMA-02

Commercial Centre

2A

1,808,121

19 Khorixas Khorixas 1

KU-KHOR-01D

Renovation of School (Cornelius Goreseb High School)

1E (1A)

1,943,079

20 Khorixas Khorixas 1

KU-KHOR-01C

Internet Café plus fit out

1E (1A)

1,872,070

21 Khorixas Khorixas 1

KU-KHOR-01B

TA office furniture and fit out

1A

444,874

22 Khorixas Khorixas 1

KU-KHOR-01A

Festival Centre rehabilitation #Aodaman)

2A (1A)

498,519

23 Khorixas Khorixas 2

KU-KHOR-02

Sports Facility upgrading

1E (1A)

2,451,348

24 Khorixas Anigab 2

KU-KHOR-04

Community Hall

1E (1A)

5,404,116

25 Khorixas Anigab 2

KU-KHOR-04A

Livestock

3

1,474,582

26 Khorixas Bergsig

KU-KHOR-05

Commercial centre

2A

2,300,052

27 Khorixas Fransfontein 2

KU-KHOR-06

Commercial Centre, former COSDEC building to be rehabilitated, Commercial Centre

2A

1,688,312

28 Khorixas Fransfontein 3

KU-KHOR-07

Garden – completion with remaining budget from FT

3FT

81,184

29 Khorixas Fransfontein 1

KU-KHOR-08

FT – Garden

3FT

347,216

30 Opuwo Orumana

KU-OPUW-01

Borehole Rehabilitation

4E

719,647.62

31 Opuwo Otjitoko

KU-OPUW-02

School Hostels

2A (1A)

3,853,907

32 Opuwo Hungua

KU-OPUW-03

School Hostels

1D (1A)

6,040,244

33 Opuwo Ombombo

KU-OPUW-04

School Hostels

1D (1A)

5,450,200

34 Opuwo Otjiu

KU-OPUW-05

School Hostels

1D (1A)

2,387,248

35 Opuwo Kaoko Otavi

KU-OPUW-06

School Hostels

1D (1A)

1,280,985

36 Opuwo Musaso

KU-OPUW-07

School Hostels

1D (1A)

4,716,460

37 Opuwo Otjetjekwa

KU-OPUW-08

School Hostels

2A (1A)

5,760,014

38 Opuwo Otjondeka

KU-OPUW-09

School Hostels

2A (1A)

2,619,526

39 Opuwo Otjikondawirongo

KU-OPUW-10

School Hostels

1D (1A)

13,886,637

40 Outjo Outjo

KU-OUTJ-01

Campsite

2A

3,841,875

41 Outjo Seringkoop

KU-OUTJ-01A

Hostel/2 Staff Houses

1E (1A)

7,613,729

42 Outjo Seringkoop

KU-OUTJ-01B

Livestock

3

800,000

43 Outjo Seringkoop

KU-OUTJ-01C

Borehole rehab

4E

1,286,630.12

44 Outjo Camp 14 Kleinhuis/Nissan Resettlement Farm

KU-OUTJ-01D

Electricity/solar power to pump, borehole rehabilitations

4E

1,049,155.00

45 Outjo (Outjo) Seringkoop

KU-OUTJ-02

Chief’s Hse House

1E (1A)

491,420

 

TOTAL

 

117,148,596.98

 

Erongo region. Total budget: N$ 43,885,203.33 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1 Daures Uis ER-DAUR-01 Youth Centre

1E (1A)

4,073,101

2 Daures Okombahe 1 ER-DAUR-02A FT – Rehab Boreholes x 1

4F (FT)

191,472.06

3 Daures Okombahe ER-DAUR-04 Festival Site/Campsite

2B

3,725,303

4 Daures Brandberg ER-DAUR-05 Lodge/Campsite & Festival Site

2B

7,255,577

5 Daures Brandberg ER-DAUR-05A Borehole New

4F

871,873.53

6 Daures Omatjete 1 ER-DAUR-06A FT – Rehab Boreholes x 3

4F (FT)

707,166.31

7 Daures Omatjete ER-DAUR-07 Campsite, SME, Tourist Info Centre, Commercial Centre

2B

4,898,788

8 Daures Omatjete 2 ER-DAUR-08A FT – Livestock – 400 goats and 20 rams

3FT

575,750

9 Daures (Liebenstrasse) Grenspos 6 ER-DAUR-10 Borehole New

4F

620,302.27

10 Daures /Naras ER-DAUR-11 Borehole Rehab

4F

263,811.21

11 Daures Rooi-Pos ER-DAUR-12 Borehole Rehab

4F

512,673.73

12 Daures (Khaeros) Otjikaru ER-DAUR-13 Borehole New

4F

569,030.90

13 Daures Spitskoppe pos 1 ER-DAUR-14 Borehole New

4F

288,034.45

14 Daures (Kudubis) Post 54 ER-DAUR-18 Borehole Rehab

4F

606,929.31

15 Daures (Pos3) Tubusis Opstal ER-DAUR-20 Borehole New

4F

909,422.62

16 Daures (Otjozondjou) Okapereke ER-DAUR-23 Borehole New

4F

497,348.75

17 Daures (Otjinguindi) Eitavere ER-DAUR-24 Borehole New

4F

561,423.68

18 Daures (Otujapi) Otjupupa ER-DAUR-25 Borehole New

4F

622,580.15

19 Daures Okotjoto ER-DAUR-26 Borehole New

4F

1,268,654.19

20 Daures Otjitaazu ER-DAUR-27 Borehole New

4F

679,062.73

21 Daures Kwagas -Dam ER-DAUR-28 Borehole New

4F

645,499.19

22 Daures (Eitavere) Oviyapiberero ER-DAUR-29 Borehole Rehab

4F

175,252.38

23 Daures Otjikakaneno ER-DAUR-30 Borehole Rehab

4F

669,296.50

24 Daures Ovihitua ER-DAUR-31 Borehole Rehab

4F

301,678

25 Daures Okantionjoura ER-DAUR-32 Borehole Rehab

4F

375,812.33

26 Daures (Otupupa) Omborondo ER-DAUR-33 Borehole Rehab

4F

541,545.02

27 Daures (Okanjara) Omitjira ER-DAUR-34 Borehole Rehab

4F

334,367.10

28 Karibib Otjimbingwe ER-KARI-01 Livestock

3

750,000

29 Karibib //Kho!nanib ER-KARI-11 Borehole new

4F

310,857.60

30 Karibib Okurundu ER-KARI-08 (1-6) FT – Rehab boreholes x 6

4F (FT)

971,978.00

31 Karibib Otjimbingwe ER-KARI-09 Commercial Centre/SME/Campsite

2B

4,027,982

32 W/Bay Rural Utuseb ER-WALV-01 Heritage-Festival site/Office/Accommodation

2C

4,822,630

33 W/Bay Rural Utuseb ER-WALV-01A Livestock

3

260,000

  TOTAL

 

43,885,203.33

 

Khomas region. Total budget: N$ 2,051,931.00 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1 Wdhoek.R #Arovlei

KH-WIND-01A

FT – Boreholes x 2

4E

561,219.00

2 Wdhoek.R #Arovlei

KH-WIND-02A

FT – Garden

3FT

501,155

3 Wdhoek.R !Naoas Post

KH-WIND-03A

FT – Boreholes x 4

4E

561,219.00

4 Wdhoek.R !Naoas Post

KH-WIND-05

Small Livestock

3

428,338

  TOTAL

2,051,931.00

 

Otjozondjupa region.  Total budget:  N$ 59,059,055.59 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1 Okakarara Okotjitundu

OT-OKAK-01

Livestock – Small Stock Goats_5 locations_san people

3

2,044,862

2 Okakarara Otjomunguindi

OT-OKAK-01A

15 km Pipeline and pressure tanks to farming area

4A

1,795,040

3 Okakarara Okahitua

OT-OKAK-12

School Hostel

1F (1B)

4,819,364

4 Okakarara Okakarara SecSchool

OT-OKAK-13

FT – Computers

others

125,000

5 Omatako Ovitoto/Okandjira

OT-OMAT-02

New Earth Dams

4D

1,105,470.53

6 Omatako Ovitoto/Okandjira

OT-OMAT-03

Centre for Disabled

1B

969,992

7 Omatako Oruua (Okahitua)

OT-OMAT-05

New School

1F (1B)

14,176,844

8 Tsumkwe West #Lehupo

OT-TSUM-01A

FT – Rehab boreholes x 1

4C (FT)

265,555.00

9 Tsumkwe West

OT-TSUM-01B

FT – Rehab boreholes x 1

4C (FT)

92,575.00

10 Tsumkwe Gam

OT-TSUM-02

Hostel with Generator

1F (1B)

9,568,649

11 Tsumkwe Gam Otjivhiona

OT-TSUM-03

Water New

4B

202,515.89

12 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomihama

OT-TSUM-05

Earth Dam

4D

223,107.98

13 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomihama

OT-TSUM-06

Water Rehab

4B

499,620.00

14 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomingwindi

OT-TSUM-07

Earth Dam

4D

246,088.67

15 Tsumkwe West Rudolph Post

OT-TSUM-08

Earth Dam

4D

165,998.94

16 Tsumkwe West N#a Joqna Conservancy

OT-TSUM-09

Earth Dam for wildlife supply

4D

467,577.88

17 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomangete

OT-TSUM-10

Rehab pumps

4B

228,611.69

18 Tsumkwe Gam Ohaama

OT-TSUM-11

Water Rehab

4B

154,490.45

19 Tsumkwe Gam Otjiperongo

OT-TSUM-12

Water Rehab

4B

170,946.83

20 Tsumkwe Gam Otjozondema 1

OT-TSUM-13

Water Rehab

4B

211,618.50

21 Tsumkwe West Rooi Duin

OT-TSUM-14

Water New

4C

803,841.27

22 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomaapu

OT-TSUM-15

Water New

4B

291,544.11

23 Tsumkwe Gam Post 7

OT-TSUM-16

Water Rehab

4B

141,202.11

24 Tsumkwe Gam Post 1

OT-TSUM-17

Water Rehab

4B

127,409.68

25 Tsumkwe Gam Otjeku

OT-TSUM-18

Water Rehab

4B

215,940.80

26 Tsumkwe Gam Post 5

OT-TSUM-19

Water New

4B

401,542.68

27 Tsumkwe Gam Post 5

OT-TSUM-20

Water Rehab

4B

148,990.91

28 Tsumkwe Gam Gam Main 1

OT-TSUM-21

Water Rehab

4B

244,100.65

29 Tsumkwe Gam Gam Main 2

OT-TSUM-22

Water Rehab

4B

371,501.11

30 Tsumkwe Gam Otjomumbonde

OT-TSUM-23

Water Rehab

4B

285,755.37

31 Tsumkwe Gam Okehoro

OT-TSUM-24

(Water Rehab) Water New

4B

186,730.37

32 Tsumkwe Gam Otjetu

OT-TSUM-25

(Water Rehab) Water New

4B

217,193.05

33 Tsumkwe Gam (Otuhere) Otjikekua

OT-TSUM-26

(Water Rehab) Water New

4B

447,824.25

34 Tsumkwe Gam Ouuanomake

OT-TSUM-27

(Water Rehab) Water New

4B

676,109.84

35 Tsumkwe Gam Communal settlement

OT-TSUM-27A

8km pipeline for 40 households

4C

2,157,440.00

36 Tsumkwe Gam (*) Communal settlement

OT-TSUM-27B

Livestock – Large Stock Cattle_5 locations_san people

3

4,000,000

37 Tsumkwe West Duiker Pan

OT-TSUM-28

Water New

4C

790,710.31

38 Tsumkwe West Kamaku Omaramba

OT-TSUM-30

Water New

4C

746,348.53

39 Tsumkwe West Mungoro

OT-TSUM-31

Water New

4C

721,211.77

40 Tsumkwe West Costa Swau

OT-TSUM-32

Water New

4C

722,219.77

41 Tsumkwe East Apel Pos

OT-TSUM-33

Water New

4C

1,615,569.50

42 Tsumkwe East Bense Kamp

OT-TSUM-35

Water Rehab

4C

271,104.10

43 Tsumkwe East N≠animh

OT-TSUM-36

Water Rehab

4C

142,487.25

44 Tsumkwe East Xamsa

OT-TSUM-37

(Water Rehab) Water New

4C

621,186.20

45 Tsumkwe East Baraka

OT-TSUM-38

Water Rehab

4C

236,082.94

46 Tsumkwe East G!aogoma

OT-TSUM-39

Water Rehab

4C

160,835.55

47 Tsumkwe East Makuri

OT-TSUM-40

Water Rehab

4C

312,714.07

48 Tsumkwe East !A!ou

OT-TSUM-41

Water Rehab

4C

324,990.89

49 Tsumkwe East De≠ua

OT-TSUM-42

Water Rehab

4C

104,588.22

50 Tsumkwe East /Aucha

OT-TSUM-43

Water Rehab + pipeline

4C

258,957.08

51 Tsumkwe East Goaguru

OT-TSUM-44

Water Rehab

4C

100,887.48

52 Tsumkwe West Kavari Post

OT-TSUM-45

Water New

4C

853,241.99

53 Tsumkwe Gam Otjiwamapeta

OT-TSUM-46

Water Rehab

4B

149,391.78

54 Tsumkwe Gam Post 3

OT-TSUM-47

Water Rehab

4B

338,646.58

55 Tsumkwe Gam Post 4

OT-TSUM-48

Water Rehab

4B

258,921.48

56 Tsumkwe Gam Otjipaheua

OT-TSUM-49

Water Rehab

4B

364,524.90

57 Tsumkwe Gam Opekepeke

OT-TSUM-50

Water Rehab

4B

353,576.64

58 Tsumkwe Gam Otjozondjou

OT-TSUM-51

Water Rehab

4B

263,479.55

59 Tsumkwe Gam Ondamapehi

OT-TSUM-52

Water Rehab

4B

188,412.48

60 Tsumkwe Gam Otjiserandu

OT-TSUM-53

Water Rehab

4B

221,229.76

61 Tsumkwe Gam Quarantine Camp

OT-TSUM-54

Water Rehab

4B

287,899.20

62 Omatako Oruua (Okahitua)

OT-OMAT-05A

1x Borehole for Orrua School

4A

398,782.55

  TOTAL

59,059,055.59

(*) Budget has been only reserved under Lot 3 (uncommitted), this project is not yet committed, means not yet contracted

 

Omaheke region.  Total budget: N$ 78,693,164.30 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1

Aminuis

Leonardville 1

OM-AMIN-01

(Garden Projects) Livestock

3

346,000

2

Aminuis

Leonardville 2

OM-AMIN-09

(Garden Projects) Livestock

3

346,000

3

Aminuis

Leonardville 3

OM-AMIN-10

(Garden Projects) Livestock

3

346,000

4

Aminuis

Leonardville

OM-AMIN-02

Commercial centre/B&B/Campsite

1G (2D)

3,466,225

5

Aminuis

(Corridor 12) Okamukaru

OM-AMIN-03

(Boreholes New X  3) Borehole New

4A

535,480.70

6

Aminuis

(Corridor 12) Okozomukarudi

OM-AMIN-03_A

(Boreholes New X  3) Borehole New

4A

450,253.20

7

Aminuis

(Aminuis) School and Shopping

OM-AMIN-04_B

Borehole Rehab

4A

0

8

Aminuis

(Aminuis) Aminuis Farming

OM-AMIN-04_A

Borehole Rehab

4A

132,478.30

9

Aminuis

(Aminuis) Aminuis RC

OM-AMIN-04

Borehole Rehab

4A

983,945.10

10

Aminuis

Corridors 17

OM-AMIN-05A

FT – Livestock – 306 Goats

3FT

456,850

11

Aminuis

Motsomi

OM-AMIN-06

Renovation of School and Hostel

1C

11,611,624

12

Aminuis

Corridor 17

OM-AMIN-06A

New Primary School

1C

10,972,064

13

Aminuis

Otjikoto 1

OM-AMIN-07A1-9

FT – Rehab Boreholes

4A (FT)

60,500

14

Aminuis

Otjeue

OM-AMIN-08_E

Borehole Rehab

4A

243,982.70

15

Aminuis

Corridor 17A

OM-AMIN-08_C

Borehole Rehab

4A

250,382.70

16

Aminuis

Tukus B

OM-AMIN-08_B

Borehole Rehab

4A

0

17

Aminuis

Orevia

OM-AMIN-08

Rehab Borehole (x 11 – no details)

4A

205,182.70

18

Aminuis

Aminuis Corridor 1-21

OM-EPUK-04B

Livestock

3

849,790

19

Epukiro

Post 3 – 2

OM-EPUK-03

Water Channel

4A

1,354,519.05

20

Epukiro

Resettlement Farm_Ondjiombapa

OM-EPUK-03A

1 x Borehole New

4A

762,094.70

21

Epukiro

Post 3

OM-EPUK-04D

Livestock

3

339,916

22

Epukiro

Resettlement Farm_Post3

OM-EPUK-03B

2x Borehole New for post3 settlement via pipeline

others

697,125

23

Gobabis

Epako/Gobabis

OM-EPUK-04A

(New Garden) Craft Workshop

1G (1B)

958,876

24

Otjinene

Goreses/Okahungu

OM-OTJI-02

Livestock/Marketing/Office

3

825,000

25

Otjinene

Otjinene

OM-OTJI-03A (1+2)

FT – Rehab Boreholes x 4

4A (FT)

0

26

Otjinene

Erindirozondera (orundu – erindirozondera – odjomandongo)

OM-OTJI-04

Water pipeline 45 km

4A

847,901.00

27

Otjinene

Otjiuaneho

OM-OTJI-06

Classrooms, Hostel, Ablution Block

1F (1B)

5,551,622

28

Epukiro

Resettlement Farm coming from Otjinene 30 San households

OM-OTJI/EPUK_06A

New Borehole

4A

993,802.25

29

Otjombinde

Helena

OM-OTJO-01

Classrooms, Hostel

1G (1B)

4,350,851

30

Otjombinde

Helena

OM-OTJO-01A

Borehole rehabilitation

4A

350,211.50

31

Otjombinde

Donkerbos

OM-OTJO-02

Hostel, Classrooms, Administration Block

1G (1B)

6,458,382

32

Otjombinde

Donkerbos

OM-OTJO-02A

Borehole for school

4A

897,779.40

33

Otjombinde

Donkerbos

OM-EPUK-04C

Livestock 3x locations

3

509,874

34

Otjombinde

Eiseb Block 10 / Primary School

OM-OTJO-03_C

Hostel

1F (1B)

1,771,393

35

Otjombinde

Okatumba Gate

OM-OTJO-03_B

Dry Latrines

Others_done

100,000

36

Otjombinde

Eiseb Block 10

OM-OTJO-03_A

San Houses

1B

2,296,868

37

Okarumkambe

Skoonheid

OM-STEI-01

FT – 235 cows and 9 bulls

3FT

918,900

38

Okarumkambe

Witvlei

OM-STEI-03

Youth Centre

1C

4,457,341

39

Okarumkambe

Omitara

OM-STEI-04

Livestock

3

550,000

40

Okarumkambe

Omitara

OM-STEI-05

Hostel, Admin Block, Classrooms

1C

9,955,062

41

Okarumkambe

Skoonheid

OM-STEI-06

San Houses

1F (2D)

2,488,888

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

78,693,164.30

 

Hardap region.  Total budget:  N$ 16,214,312.00 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1

Gibeon

Gibeon 2

HA-GIBE-02

346 goat/sheep ewes; 17 goat/sheep rams; 34 beneficiaries

3

603,400

2

Gibeon

Gibeon 3

HA-GIBE-03

TA Offices/Accommodation (Ensuite self-catering units; shared ablutions; admin office, kitchen etc.)

1H (2D)

2,082,324

3

Gibeon

Tierkloof

HA-GIBE-04

Upgrading of ablution block at existing camp site

1H (2D)

1,683,717

4

Gibeon

Asab

HA-GIBE-04A

182 goat ewes; 8 goat rams; 18 beneficiaries

3

320,000

5

Gibeon

Goamus

HA-GIBE-04B

217 goat ewes; 22 beneficiaries

3

320,000

6

Gibeon

Oskop

HA-GIBE-04C

184 goat ewes; 8 goat rams; 18 beneficiaries

3

320,000

7

Gibeon

Uibes

HA-GIBE-04D

184 goat ewes; 8 goat rams; 18 beneficiaries

3

320,000

8

Gibeon

Tierkloof

HA-GIBE-04E

Borehole

4E

880,277.00

9

Marient.R

Hoachanas

HA-MARI-01/02

Community hall/heritage sites/museum

1G (2D)

9,684,594

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

16,214,312.00

 

//Karas region.  Total budget:  N$ 34,009,457 (excluding VAT)

 

POS

Constituency

Location

Project Ref

Project Description

LOT

Total budget excl. N$ VAT

1

Berseba

Vaalgras 1

KA-BERS-01

Heritage site: war memorial/reception/ablutions/caretakers room

1H (2E)

1,263,172

2

Berseba

Vaalgras 1

KA-BERS-01A

Livestock

3

200,000

3

Berseba

Vaalgras 2

KA-BERS-02

Livestock

3

1,050,000

4

Berseba

Blauwest

KA-BERS-03_ A

TA Building/Furniture

1H (2E)

1,028,432

5

Berseba

Blauwest

KA-BERS-03_B

Classroom, Dormitory, Computer

1C

4,772,061

6

Berseba

Blauwest

KA-BERS-03_C

Livestock

3

944,824

7

Berseba

Blouwes

KA-BERS-04

Livestock & Marketing

3

1,050,000

8

Berseba

Berseba/!Kosis/!Gaoses

KA-BERS-08

900 goat ewes; 45 goat rams; 45 beneficiaries

3

1,675,000

9

Berseba

Gainachas

KA-BERS-08A

160 goat ewes; 8 goat rams; 24 cows; 30 beneficiaries

3

500,000

10

Berseba

Bethanie (!Ama)

KA-BERS-09

860 goat ewes; 43 goat rams; 43 beneficiaries

3

1,600,000

11

Berseba

Tses

KA-BERS-12

(Information Centre) Commercial Centre, Camp Site

1H (2E)

1,827,678

12

Berseba

Tses

KA-BERS-12A

Tses classroom refurbishment and school computer

1C

3,216,969

13

Karasburg

Warmbad 1

KA-KARA-01A

FT – 1900 ewes and 38 rams

3FT

974,050

14

Karasburg

Warmbad 3

KA-KARA-03

Festival site: monument, marquee tent; ablutions and kitchens. Renovation of TA offices/SME shops/multipurpose room

1H (2F)

4,189,729

15

Keetmh.R

Aroab 1

KA-KEET-01

(Double dormitory 2×12 rooms/ablutions/kitchens/reception; tourist info and craft centre building

1H (2E)

2,221,399

16

Keetmh.R

Aroab 2

KA-KEET-02

Sports Facilities upgrade, ablution, water, access control, grassing and irrigation

1C

3,978,826

17

Keetmh.R

Koes

KA-KEET-03

Campsites x 6; furnished tents x2; ablution block; en-suite self-catering bedrooms x 2;reception; 3 bay SME building

1H (2E)

3,517,317

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

34,009,457

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Matthew /Goagoseb
Programme Manager
NAMIBIAN-GERMAN SPECIAL INITIATIVE PROGRAMME (NGSIP)
P.O. Box 23107, Windhoek

Tel: +264-61-283 4246/7/8
Fax: +264-61-230 482
E-mail: sekretariatnab@integration.org

Our offices are located at
Atlas House, 1st Floor, Rooms 1 & 4
117 Sam Nujoma Dr
Cnr Mandume Ndemufayo Ave & Sam Nujoma Drive

 


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