ENTITY ID CODE NAME STATUS TYPE DESCRIPTION PURPOSE START DATE END DATE CURRENCY AMOUNT
11 RA\DEV\2015-16\02 CONSTRUCTION OF THE NJAKWA – LIVINGSTONIA ROAD
implementation
construction The Njakwa – Livingstonia Road project has a total length of 78.5Km 6.0 PROJECT BENEFITS The project has many benefits to the people along the road and to the country as a whole. Some of the benefits will include; 6.1 Road Maintenance costs With the new construction from gravel to bituminous surfaced standard, the road will operate in an all-weather condition. Ultimately, emergency maintenance works during the rainy season and costs will be reduced as concentration will be on routine maintenance activities such as drainage structures cleaning, line marking, grass cutting and patching of any potholes that may occur. 6.2 Vehicle Operating and Passenger Travel costs Vehicle operating costs savings constitute the most important benefit attributable to the project. This will have direct reduction on maintenance cost of the vehicles, reduced fuel consumption and travel time. 6.3 Agriculture The area where the road passes is an agricultural rich area for mainly tobacco, coffee, maize and bananas. The upgrading of the road will ease problems of transporting farm inputs and produce to and from various markets. 6.4 Environmental and Health The upgrading of the road will reduce the occurrence of dust and mud along the project area and thereby improving sanitation which means reduction in the spread of diseases which are airborne or waterborne. This will reduce the cost of medicines which would have been required to treat the people affected. The upgrading of the road will allow the communities good access to health facilities in town. 6.5 Employment Creation and Business Boosting The people around the area of the road project are also benefitting by getting employed in various road activities by the Contractor. During project implementation and after, a lot of businesses will mushroom along the project road and the communities will be empowered economically. 6.6 Boosting Mining The road will provide an all weather access to places of notable activities of national and economic importance like Kaziwiziwi coal mine and other undeveloped potential mining areas. 6.7 Tourism The road passes through a historical Livingstonia mission which has other establishments such as the University of Livingstonia. The road also passes through tourist attraction areas of Manchewe falls before descending the beautiful meandering Golodi escarpments to meet the M01 road at Chitimba. 2016-11-01 2020-05-01 MWK 39815658687.27
14 DZDC/GESD/W/2021-22 - LOT 1 Completion of Bema Dispensary
implementation
construction The works involve the completion of 1No dispensary, construction of 2No staff houses, provision of running water and all associated plumbing works To improve health service delivery in the district 2021-11-01 2022-03-01 MWK 85000000.00
13 001 Upgrading of M12 to Ludzi Road
completed
construction Upgrading to bituminous standard 6km Ease of transport to main district headquaters 2019-08-22 2020-04-30 MWK 1300000000.00
18 KUMC/IDF/W/2021-22 CONSTRUCTION OF MATERNITY WING AT KASALIKA
implementation
construction The project includes the following works: concrete works, blockwork, iron mongery, carpentry and joinery,roofing To decongest Kasungu District Hospital and in turn improve health service delivery 2021-11-01 2022-01-30 MWK 46000000.00
20 RA/DEV/14/08 UPGRADING OF THYOLO-THEKERANI-MUONA-MAKHANGA ROAD
implementation
construction The 83 km long project road is in the Southern Region of Malawi and traverses the districts of Thyolo and Nsanje. The project road branches off from the Limbe – Thyolo – Muloza (M02) road at Nambala Wani in Thyolo district and extends southwards passing through Muona trading centre and ending at Makhanga trading centre in Nsanje district. The project road is joined by the East Bank (S152) road at Muona trading centre before joining the (M01) road at Bangula trading centre. The project has many benefits to the people along the road and to the country as a whole. Some of the benefits include; 6.1 Boosting Agriculture The road passes through tea estates which is one of the major forex earners for Malawi. Upgrading this road will ensure that there is ease of access to markets for farm produce. 6.2 Direct employment during construction There is direct employment during construction which has a direct bearing on poverty reduction as many people including women are benefiting directly from the project, as some of them are being employed whereas some benefit through buying and selling of agriculture produce from their gardens. 6.3 Reduction in Vehicle Operating Costs Reconstruction and Upgrading of the road will result in reduction of vehicle operating costs which constitutes the major benefit attributable to such new projects. 6.4 Reduction in Travel Time The project will help reduce travel time from the agricultural rich Nsanje district towards the commercial city of Blantyre. 2016-08-15 2019-08-14 MWK 27317366355.36
23 MW-RA-51975-CW-RFB MALAWI SECOND AGRICULTURESECTOR WIDW APPROACH
completed
construction Upgrading of Junction M001(Chinyamula to Mphepozinai (10km) to Low Volume Seal Roads (LVR) Standards in Ntcheu District To help improve transportation of Farm Inputs and Farm Products 2019-08-05 2020-11-30 MWK 908000000.00
10 LWB/EIB/W/01 Raising and Rehabilitation of Kamuzu Dam 1
implementation
expansion Medium-term investment programme to optimise available water resources, bridging the gap in water demand in Malawi's fast-growing capital city. The project's main components consist of upgrading a dam that is Lilongwe's primary water source, extending water-treatment works, reducing leakages and improving network management. The objective of the project is to ensure adequate water availability for the population of Lilongwe until 2022 and beyond whilst a new long-term water supply dam is being constructed. Current water supply in Lilongwe is 62 000 m3/day, which is lower than the current demand of 78 000 m3/day and, therefore, water rationing has been imposed since 2012. The supply deficit is expected to worsen further with Lilongwe's population growing at over 4% per year. 2018-07-27 2021-10-31 USD 22708664.16
22 RA\DEV\2017-18\04 UPGRADING OF THE NTCHEU-TSANGANO-NENO ROAD LOT 1 (FIRST 21 KILOMETERS)
implementation
construction The Ntcheu-Tsangano-Neno-Mwanza Road is 140 Kms long. It starts from junction with M01 at Biriwiri (commonly known as Tsangano Turn-Off) passing through some trading centres like Kambilonjo, Doviko, Tsangano and connects with M06 at junction to Mwanza. This project involves the upgrading works from earth to bitumen standard of approximately 140 km of road section from Biriwiri to Mwanza. The project will be executed in a phased approach with the the first covering a distance of 21km from Biriwiri to Kambilonjo. The contract commenced on 3rd of April 2018 and will be completed on 3rd April 2019 .1 Direct employment during construction The people around the area of the road project will benefit by getting employed in various road activities by the Contractor. During project implementation and after, a lot of businesses will mushroom along the project road and the communities will be empowered economically. .2 Reduction in Vehicle Operating Costs Upgrading of the road will result in reduction of vehicle operating costs which constitutes the major benefit attributable to such new projects. .3 Reduction in Travel Time and Cost The project will help reduce travel time from the agricultural areas between Ntcheu and Tsangano. Passengers will now be paying less and spending less time on travel. Availability of buses and minibuses will greatly improve. .4 Road Maintenance costs With the upgrading of this road to bitumen standard, maintenance costs of the road will be reduced greatly. Currently, funds are supposed to be allocated annually to carry out grading and other maintenance works on drainage. .5 Agriculture The area where the road passes is an agricultural area for mainly Irish potatoes and maize. The upgrading of the road will ease problems of transporting farm inputs and produce to and from various markets. .6 Environmental and Health The upgrading will reduce the occurrence of dust and mud along the project area and thereby improving sanitation which means reduction in the spread of diseases which are airborne or waterborne. This will reduce the cost of medicines which would have been required to treat the people affected. The upgrading of the road will allow the communities good access to health facilities in town especially for referral cases. 2018-04-03 2019-04-03 MWK 9680744481.55
26 08/2018 Construction of Weighbridge Station at Dwangwa in Nkhata-kota
implementation
construction Construction of Weigh Bridge Station, Staff Houses and External Works To control axle load 2018-09-17 2022-06-15 MWK 650107064.02
28 RA/DEV/2019-20/12 UPGRADING OF NSANAMA-NAYUCHI ROAD (MOZAMBIQUE BORDER) -T393
implementation
construction The Nsanama-Nayuchi/Mozambique Border Road section is approximately 44 km long with very sandy soils. The road starts at Nsanama and ends at Nayuchi on the Mozambique border. It passes through two trading centres, namely Mbanila and Namanja. The scope of works under this project is the upgrading of 10km of road section from Nsanama to Nkhande Bridge towards Nayuchi.The works will include construction of a 6.7m wide carriageway and 1.5m wide sealed shoulders on each side of the road. The pavement layers will be constructed from natural gravels with 50mm Asphalt Concrete surfacing. The project will have many benefits to the people along the road and to the country as a whole. Some of the benefits will include; 1. Road Maintenance costs With the new road construction from earth to bituminous surfaced standard, the road will operate in an all-weather condition. Ultimately, emergency maintenance works during the rainy season and costs will be reduced as concentration will be on routine maintenance activities such as drainage structures cleaning, line marking, grass cutting and patching of any potholes that may develop. The road has been raised to prevent over flooding / overtopping during rainy season which will make travel safety all year round. 2 Vehicle Operating and Passenger Travel costs Vehicle operating costs savings constitute the most important benefit attributable to the project. This will have direct reduction on maintenance cost of the vehicles, reduced fuel consumption and travel time. 3 Agriculture The area where the road passes is an agricultural area for mainly sorghum. The improvement of the road will ease problems of transporting farm inputs and produce to and from various markets. 4 Employment Creation and Business Boosting The people around the area of the road project will also benefit by getting employed in various road activities by the Contractor. During project implementation and after, a lot of businesses will be enhanced along the project road and the communities will be empowered economically. 5 Inter-Border Trade It is hoped that the improvement of the road will enhance movement of goods between the two countries of Mozambique and Malawi, thereby boosting trade. 6 Reduction of travel time The construction of the road will help reduce the travel time thereby increasing the people productive time to work and businesses. 2021-04-23 2022-02-22 MWK 5361576130.35
31 KADC/DDF/2020-21/06 Construction of Iponga Guardian Shelter
implementation
construction Construction of Shelter with male and female rooms, kitchen and washing facilities This is to allow guardians give extra care for their wards/patients while receiving treatment at a Health Facility 2021-10-02 2021-12-31 MWK 14421739.50
37 BDC/IPDC/RFQ/GESD/2021-2022/02 CONSTRUCTION OF LIVIRIVI EPA OFFICE BLOCK
implementation
construction Building of Livirivi EPA office block where there is going to be a staff room, common room. to provide a better working condition 2021-11-15 2022-03-15 MWK 33935887.56
39 NNDC/GESD PROJ/21-22/01 Lot 1 Namzanga Classroom Block Construction
implementation
construction Construction of a classroom block at Namzanga Primary School To improve learning space for school 2021-07-01 2022-03-31 MWK 35000000.00
40 CKDC/DDF/CENTRAL/W/04 CONTRUCTION OF NDAKWERA TEACHER'S HOUSE
completed
construction CONSTRUCTION OF NDAKWERA TEACHERS HOUSE, TTHREE BED ROOMS, STORES, KITCHEN IT WILL ASSIST IN ACCOMODATION OF OUR TEACHER 2021-06-01 2021-08-30 MWK 9979580.00
43 ZDC/NTONYA/RFQ/CDF/05/2021 Bridge Upgrading
completed
construction Upgrading of a 5 span Timber Bridge to Concrete Status on Thondwe River accessibility improvement 2021-06-21 2021-10-11 MWK 23800000.00
45 RA/DEV/2020-21/01 Rehabilitation and Widening of the (M1) Road from Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) Turn-Off to Kasungu being LOT 1 of the four LOTS comprising the entire project
implementation
rehabilitation The rehabilitation and widening of the M1 road section from the turnoff to Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) to Kasungu referred to as Section 1 (or LOT 1 of the procurement procedure) of the project. The total length of the section is 102 km. The primary economic function of the road is the long-distance transportation of import goods for Malawi from the port of Dar es Salaam. Fuel is the main product handled but the road also provides for the import of goods to the mining activities along the road corridor, and the export of agricultural products, in particular tobacco. The road is a major route from Lilongwe to the north and carries significant local traffic serving district administrative centers and trading centers along its route. The Ml through Malawi offers the shortest import/export route to Dar es Salaam for Zambia's agriculturally important Eastern Province. 2022-06-29 2024-12-15 EUR 41955796.40
46 RA/DEV/2020-21/02 Rehabilitation and Widening of the (M1) Road from Kasungu to Jenda (85.5km) being LOT 2 of the four LOTS
implementation
rehabilitation The rehabilitation and widening of the M 1 road section from Kasungu to Jenda referred to as Section 2 (or LOT 2 of the procurement procedure) of the project. The total length of the section is 85.5 km. The primary economic function of the road is the long-distance transportation of import goods for Malawi from the port of Dar es Salaam. Fuel is the main product handled but the road also provides for the import of goods to the mining activities along the road corridor, and the export of agricultural products, in particular tobacco. The road is a major route from Lilongwe to the north and carries significant local traffic serving district administrative centres and trading centers along its route. The Ml through Malawi offers the shortest import/export route to Dar es Salaam for Zambia's agriculturally important Eastern Province. Various forms of traffic make use of the project road. This includes heavy and light duty goods vehicles, buses, pickups, minibuses, passenger cars and non-motorised traffic (mainly bicycles and pedestrians). There are large volumes of non-motorised traffic, with many trading centres and towns along the route. 2022-06-29 2023-09-22 EUR 32275046.54
48 RA/DEV/2020-2021/03 Rehabilitation and Widening of the (M1) Road from Jenda to Mzimba Turn Off being LOT 3 of the four LOTS comprising the entire project
implementation
rehabilitation The rehabilitation and widening of the M1 road section from Jenda to Mzimba referred to as Section 3 (or LOT 3 of the procurement procedure) of the project. The total length of the section is 46.5 km. The primary economic function of the road is the long-distance transportation of import goods for Malawi from the port of Dar es Salaam. Fuel is the main product handled but the road also provides for the import of goods to the mining activities along the road corridor, and the export of agricultural products, in particular tobacco. The road is a major route from Lilongwe to the north and carries significant local traffic serving district administrative centers and trading centers along its route. The Ml through Malawi offers the shortest import/export route to Dar es Salaam for Zambia's agriculturally important Eastern Province. Various forms of traffic make use of the project road. This includes heavy and light duty goods vehicles, buses, pickups, minibuses, passenger cars and non-motorised traffic (mainly bicycles and pedestrians). There are large volumes of non-motorised traffic, with many trading centres and towns along the route. 2022-06-29 2023-09-29 EUR 11506175.75
47 RA/DEV/2020-2021/04 Rehabilitation and Widening of the (M1) Road from Kacheche to Chiweta being LOT 4 of the four LOTS comprising the entire project
implementation
rehabilitation The rehabilitation and widening of the M1 road section from Kacheche to Chiweta referred to as Section 4 (or LOT 4 of the procurement procedure) of the project. The total length of the section is 66.5 km. The primary economic function of the road is the long-distance transportation of import goods for Malawi from the port of Dar es Salaam. Fuel is the main product handled but the road also provides for the import of goods to the mining activities along the road corridor, and the export of agricultural products, in particular tobacco. The road is a major route from Lilongwe to the north and carries significant local traffic serving district administrative centers and trading centers along its route. The Ml through Malawi offers the shortest import/export route to Dar es Salaam for Zambia's agriculturally important Eastern Province. Various forms of traffic make use of the project road. This includes heavy and light duty goods vehicles, buses, pickups, minibuses, passenger cars and non-motorised traffic (mainly bicycles and pedestrians). There are large volumes of non-motorised traffic, with many trading centres and towns along the route. 2022-06-29 2024-06-29 EUR 31887078.30
50 ROADS/LCC/// UPGRADING OF CITY ROADS TO BITUMEN STANDARD- AREA 25C
implementation
construction Construction of Area 25C road to bitumen standard to ensure roads are safe, cleaner and less congested 2021-07-15 2022-08-17 MWK 1900000.00
8 MW-LWSP-26088-CS-QCBS LILONGWE WATER AND SANITATION PROJECT (LWSP)
implementation
construction The project scope consists of four components: 1-water distribution network rehabilitation and expansion and Non-Revenue Water reduction; 2-Priority sanitation improvements; 3-Technical assistance; 4-Institutional capacity strengthening. The project is to increase access to improved water services and safely managed sanitation. It is expected the project will benefit half a million residents in Lilongwe city. 2018-03-26 2023-06-30 USD 102000000.00
54 LCC/CDF-LLCity west CONSTRUCTION OF BOX CULVERT AT MSAMBETA SCHOOL IN STATEHOUSE WARD UNDER CDF PROJECT
implementation
construction CONSTRUCTION OF BOX CULVERT AT MSAMBETA SCHOOL IN STATEHOUSE WARD UNDER CDF PROJECT Drainage improvement in the city 2022-04-27 2022-07-25 MWK 23009787.50
55 MIM2202 Construction of Perimeter Fence
preparation
construction Project involves construction of brick walled perimeter fence at the MIM Campus ,Kanengo-Lilongwe Enhance campus security and ensure that there is a cordial coexistence between staff, students and surrounding communities 2022-10-02 2023-12-30 USN 10000.00
17 LCC/STRLIGHT/002/IPDC/03/21 Installation of Solar Powered Street Lights at Area 18 Interchange
completed
construction Installation of Solar Powered Street lights at area 18 interchange Make roads safer, cleaner and less congested 2021-07-15 2021-09-16 MWK 97689606.00
61 LUANAR/IPDC/CONSTRUCTION/001 CONSTRUCTION OF A GATEWAY ADMINISTRATION BLOCK
implementation
construction The main aim of the project is to Construct the Offices for the LUANAR The offices are to be used by the University offices 2013-08-01 2022-08-26 MWK 100000000.00
63 LUANAR/IPDC/CONSTRUCTION/002 construction of ODeL area 47 builing
completion
construction construction of offices and classrooms To widen the ODeL teaching mechanism 2022-08-12 2022-08-26 MWK 4500000000.00
69 BT/ Mang"omba School block
implementation
construction Construction of a two classroom block Provide conducive learning environment 2022-07-15 2022-08-30 MWK 35000000.00
66 BWB/W/21 Construction of Independent Power Plant (IPP) for Blantyre Water Board
preparation
construction The project aims to ensure provision of affordable and continuous water supply services through construction of 30MW Independent Power Plant. The project is being financed by EXIM Bank of India. To reduce water production costs, and ensure un-interrupted water supply 2023-09-30 2025-03-31 USD 72000000.00
72 BWB/W/22 Construction of New Water Source on Shire River and associated infrastructure for Blantyre Water Board
preparation
construction Construction of new intake at Mandiwa on Shire River, construction of transmission mains, construction of treatment works at Walkers Ferry and Service Reservoirs. The project is being financed by EXIM Bank of India. To increase water production capacity to keep pace with the growing demand on water in the city of Blantyre and surrounding areas, projected at 230,000 cubic meters per day by the year 2040 2023-01-01 2026-11-30 USD 78000000.00
73 LCC/CDF/01/22/ZION BRIDGE/ CHINSAPO 1 CONSTRUCTION OF BOX CULVERT AT ZION BRIDGE IN CHINSAPO 1 UNDER CONSTITUENCY DEVELOPMENT FUND (CDF) IN LILONGWE CITY WEST CONSTITUENCY
implementation
construction A box culvert is being constructed at Zion Drainage improvement 2022-06-20 2022-09-18 MWK 18499590.00
74 LCC/CDF/02/22/ROOF REPAIR/KAUMA SCHOOL ROOF REPAIR AT KAUMA SCHOOL UNDER CONSTITUENCY DEVELOPMENT FUND IN LILONGWE CITY CENTRE CONSTITUENCY
implementation
rehabilitation Repairing roof of a school block Improve learning conditions for students 2022-06-02 2022-08-01 MWK 4022745.00
77 LCC/IPDC/193/03/21(Lot 1a Kauma) UPGRADING/REHABILITATION OF SELECTED LILONGWE CITY ROADS AT AREA 12- KAUMA
implementation
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of roads in area 12 (Mwambo road) and Kauma Improve Transportation 2021-10-18 2022-03-17 MWK 1328175946.35
85 MoD/W/004/2021 REHABILITATION AND MAINTENANCE OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM AT COBBE BARRACKS IN ZOMBA
implementation
rehabilitation REHABILITATION OF WATER SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION NETWORK, INSTALLATION OF PREPAID WATER METERS AND PLUMBING FITTINGS AT COBBE BARRACKS IN ZOMBA Improvement of water supply and reduction of non-revenue water at Cobbe Barracks 2022-04-11 2023-04-11 MWK 1677652941.40
87 EG-BWB 001 HOUSE METERING
preparation
replacement installing water meters in staff houses at Nkula and Tedzani Power Stations Cost saving on water bills 2022-09-01 2022-12-31 MWK 48000000.00
88 ZADC/GESD/DDF/W/2021/2022/1 Chanda Health Post
completion
construction Construction of a Health Post at Chanda To provide Health Services to the community. 2022-02-01 2022-05-30 MWK 49322206.40
97 ZCC Namiwawa Road Dualisation
implementation
construction Dual carriage of 800m tarmac and solar street lighting installation. Increase surface area for Trade and Reduction in heavy congestion in Central Business District. 2022-02-18 2022-08-18 MWK 1200000000.00
95 EGC 122/ICB/RFP/FY2022-23 The Rehabilitation/Modernisation Of Spillway And Intake Equipment Of Nkula B Hydropower Plant In Malawi
identification
rehabilitation CONSULTANCY SERVICES THE REFURBISHMENT & MODERNISATION OF SPILLWAY AND INTAKE EQUIPMENT OF NKULA B HYDROPOWER PLANT IN MALAWI Spillway and Intake Gates for Nkula B Power Plant were commissioned in 1979. The gates and associated equipment have outlived their useful life, leading to frequent breakdowns. As such, the equipment is due for refurbishment and modernization. 2022-11-01 2023-05-01 USD 200000.00
83 090143555 Malawi Energy Restoration Project
implementation
rehabilitation Malawi Energy Restoration Project is an emergency project that is aimed at rehabilitating the Kapichira dam to enable power generation. The Malawi Government with loan of $40 million from the World Bank intents to implement this project as a matter of emergency. The project aims to restore power generation at Kapichira Powerstation. Kapichira Dam was destroyed by Cycle Ana during the January 2022 floods 2022-07-01 2025-12-31 USD 40000000.00
105 EGC 188/ICB-T/W/FY2019-20 RESURFACING OF NKULA POWER STATION ROADS
preparation
rehabilitation RESURFACING OF NKULA POWER STATION ROADS Resurfacing Of Nkula Roads To Ease Movement Around The Power Station. 2022-09-01 2023-03-28 MWK 839699545.59
68 EG001 New TEDZANI Clinic
completion
construction New Clinic at Tedzani To Provide medical services to members of staff and their dependants 2021-07-01 2022-08-31 MWK 350000000.00
6 24/2019 Construction of Aquatic Complex
implementation
construction Swimming Pools and Ancillary Works To provide international swimming competition and recreation 2021-06-01 2022-08-05 MWK 8212029659.69
78 18/2020 construction of security houses for malawi police
implementation
construction houses for senior and junior staff provide housing to security officers 2022-03-21 2023-04-29 MWK 3866876304.68
111 LCC/IPDC193/03/21 REHABILITATION OF AREA 49 OLD GULLIVER ROAD
completion
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of area 49 old gulliver road 2.1km to Asphalt standard Helping to ease transportation of goods and services and facilitate and improve health and social economic growth in urban areas 2021-10-18 2022-03-18 MWK 937906142.25
114 LCC/IPDC193/03/21 UPGRADING OF AREA 25C/DZENZA ROAD
completion
construction Upgrading of area 25C dzenza to bituminous standard by dika construction and being supervised by PJK & P consulting services approximately 3.8km This development will help to ease transportation of goods and services and facilities and improve health and social-economic growth in urban areas. 2021-10-18 2022-03-18 MWK 1668599501.25
118 001/GESD/53085/10/21/701 Construction of Santhe Community Ground
implementation
construction Construction of perimeter fence, covered stand and football pitch To provide social entertainment to the community in kasungu 2021-12-01 2023-04-01 MWK 300000000.00
115 NRWB/MNWEP Malawi NRWB Water Efficiency Project
implementation
construction The Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) is implementing the Malawi NRWB Water Efficiency Project in Mzuzu City, Ekwendeni Town and Chintheche Town. The project is financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) at an estimated cost of MK19.6 billion (€24.6million). The aim of the project is to contribute to the economic development of Malawi by improving the health and livelihoods of the residents of Mzuzu City, Chintheche Town and Ekwendeni Town through rehabilitation and expansion of the existing water supply systems in order to provide reliable and sustainable potable water services by increasing capacity of Ekwendeni treatment and by increasing storage capacity in Mzuzu City. The project will in addition roll out prepaid water meters and implement water demand management strategies to control water loss. The project will impact positively 55,400 beneficiaries in Ekwendeni, 21,300 in Chintheche and 345,450 beneficiaries in Mzuzu City by year 2035. 2017-07-04 2024-04-30 EUR 24600000.00
119 NRWB/KA Karonga Town Water Supply Project
implementation
construction Northern Region Water Board is implementing Karonga Town Water Supply Project in Karonga Town and surrounding areas. The project is financed by Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) and the Malawi Government (GoM) at a total cost of MK19.5billion (USD26.7 million). The aim of the project is to contribute to the economic development of Malawi by improving the health and livelihoods of the residents of Karonga Town and surrounding areas through rehabilitation and expansion of the existing water supply system in order to provide reliable and sustainable potable water services. The number of beneficiaries will be 184,000 by year 2035. 2019-08-23 2024-10-30 USD 26700000.00
117 NRWB/NB Nkhata Bay Town Water Supply and Sanitation Project
implementation
construction Nkhata Bay Town Water Supply and Sanitation Project (NTWSSP), is being implemented by Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) and co-financed by African Development Bank (AfDB), OPEC Fund for International Development (OPEC Fund) and the Malawi Government (GoM) at a total cost of US$30.55 million (US$ 15.1 million from AfDB, US$12 million from OFID and US$3.45 million from GoM). The project will improve the health and livelihoods of the residents of Nkhata Bay Town and surrounding areas through access to potable and sustainable water supply and improved sanitation services. This will impact positively to 105,000 beneficiaries of Nkhata Bay Town and surrounding areas whose population by year 2040. The project was declared effective on 4th March 2019 having fulfilled the conditions precedent. The project completion date is 31st December 2022 with 30th June 2023 as date of last disbursement. 2019-07-01 2024-06-30 USD 30550000.00
122 MU/IPDC/WORKS/07/2019 Proposed Construction of Library Block, Auditorium and Associated External Works at Mzuzu University
implementation
construction Construction of a 5,000 sitting capacity library, 500 sitting capacity auditorium and associated external works at Mzuzu University. The structures will enhance provision of quality, adequate and conducive teaching and learning environment at Mzuzu University. 2021-02-08 2023-12-31 MWK 7500000000.00
124 KADC/DDF/GESD/MUKOLE CL/2021-22/002 MUKOLE JUNIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL
implementation
construction Construction of one double classroom block, one double VIP toilet and procurement of desks Provide conducive teaching and learning environment for both teachers and learners 2022-01-28 2022-04-28 MWK 30000000.00
127 KADC/DDF/GESD/NYUNGWE ADC OFFICE/2021-22/003 Nyungwe ADC Office
implementation
construction Construction of One office block and one double VIP toilet Provide conducive environment for planning and reviewing development project 2022-01-28 2022-04-28 MWK 18892292.00
129 001 Construction of Staff Houses at Nthalire Health Centre
completed
construction Two staff houses constructed at Nthalire Health Centre with GESD funds To improve the housing condition of health staff 2021-12-22 2022-03-31 MWK 40000000.00
130 02 Construction of Kapirinkhonde TDC
completed
construction The project has been well completed with GESD funds To improve the welfare of teachers 2021-12-23 2022-03-30 MWK 23399063.65
121 KSCDF2022 Construction of Kapiri Stadium
implementation
construction Adding some structures to Kapiri community ground To enable the community ground host some local sports events 2022-06-12 2022-10-12 MWK 50000000.00
131 ZDC/GESD/DDF/W/2021/2022/2 Katsonga Girls Hostel fence
completion
construction A fence for Katsonga girls hostel for security 2022-01-01 2022-05-30 MWK 40612245.10
120 GESD22-001 CHIMA OPD CONSTRUCTION
preparation
construction Construction of an Outpatient Department at Chima health center The project is to address the lack of quality health services in Likoma since there is a lack of government Hospital 2022-04-01 2023-03-31 MWK 53986176.00
132 ZDC/GESD/DDF/W/2021/2022/4 Namadidi health post
completed
construction health post for Namadidi community to provide health services to the people of the community 2022-01-01 2022-03-31 MWK 43256987.94
133 ZDC/GESD/DDF/W/2021/2022/3 Nasawa police unit
completed
construction Police unit fully constructed and handed over to community for security 2022-01-01 2022-04-30 MWK 59909205.75
135 TD-OX/ZCC/21/172/LLW-MW/003 Construction and Rehabilitation of Drainage Channels in Sadzi Ward
completion
construction new drainage channels and rehabilitating old existing channels which were damaged by heavy rains cyclones To provide proper channels of water run off to minimize disasters during rainy season. 2021-10-08 2022-03-27 MWK 56281150.00
98 ZCC/ Upgrading of Mpoto road from earth to Bituminous road with asphalt finish
implementation
construction Construction of a 3.5 Kilometer road with asphalt finish, with Decongestion of traffic in Zomba City 2022-03-14 2022-07-28 MWK 1209664562.00
134 WORLDBANK/SAVE/MUST/LT/2022 Construction of a 500 Seater Lecture Threatre
preparation
construction A single Building with two large rooms each with a seating capacity of at least 250 students which will be used for teaching and learning and conferencing for larger groups of students and other stakeholders. The Lecture theatre design will be based on that of the auditorium, designed for an audience and performer relationship, providing students/spectators with excellent visibility of the main stage or platform. The lecture theatres shall be installed with tiered seating, enabling those sitting right at the back to be able to see and hear what is happening at the front. The Lecture Theatres shall be used for the following Purposes i. Teaching and presenting ii. Performances iii. Staff meetings iv. Drama classes v. Interactive learning and discussion 2022-07-01 2025-06-19 USD 2650000.00
142 GESD/05G/1 Construction of a Chief's Conference hall and 2 VIP toilets at Msinja Headquarters
completed
construction construction of a chief's office block that has a conference hall, clerk's office and a Chief's office together with 2 VIP Toilets outside to provide a formal meeting place for the Senior Chief and his subjects 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25500000.00
146 GESD/04G/2 Construction of an OPD block at Chitsime Health Centre
completed
construction construction of an Outpatient department office block to improve health care provision services 2022-02-16 2022-05-17 MWK 45000000.00
56 GESD/01G/1 Construction of classroom block at Phirilanjuzi Primary school
completed
construction This project involves construction of a two roomed classroom block at Phirilanjuzi Primary school in Traditional authority Masumbankhunda This project aims at reducing the high pupil to classroom ratio 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25000000.00
136 GESD/01G/2 Construction of a Classroom block at Mwenda primary school
completed
construction Construction of a two roomed classroom block at Mwenda primary school at T/A Chadza reduction of the high pupil to classroom ratio 2022-01-20 2022-04-20 MWK 25000000.00
138 GESD/03G/4 Construction of a concrete deck foot bridge at Mbabvi foot bridge
completed
construction construction of a concrete deck foot bridge at Mbabvi river in T/A njewa to improve quality of mobility of people during rainy season 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25000000.00
144 GESD/O6G/2 Construction of A vendor's Market shed at Namitete Market
completed
construction Construction of a vendor's market shed to provide a suitable trading place for local suppliers and consumers 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 34500000.00
147 GESD/O3G/2 Construction of a box culvert at Kasanda River
completed
construction Construction of a box culvert at Kasanda river and other associated works to improve mobility of people and vehicles during wet season 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25859250.00
148 DDF/04D Construction of a fence and 2 VIP toilets at Kabudula Community Hospital
completed
construction construction of a fence and 2 VIP Toilets To ensure the safety of the people in the guardian shelter 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25000000.00
149 GESD/05G/2 Construction of an office block for a Police unit at Mkoma school in T/A Chimutu
completed
construction construction of an office block and 2 VIP Toilets to make police services easily accessible to those in the area 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 25500000.00
76 LCC/CDF/11/21/BOREHOLES/LLCW DRILLING OF EIGHT BOREHOLES IN LILONGWE CITY WEST WARD UNDER CDF PROJECT
implementation
construction Drilling of eight boreholes in lilongwe city west ward under CPF project Improving peoples health by supplying portable water to the community at a cheaper price, which will be readily available at the point of need. 2022-07-29 2022-10-27 MWK 29028616.48
150 LCC/IPDC/196/03/21 Construction of mtandire to Airwing Road- Lot 4
implementation
construction Construction/upgrading of 6km Road that starts from mtandire - Airwing to bituminious standard. The works are carried out by FNC/Meshos JV and are supervised by L Gravam Consulting Services. To provide ease transportation of goods and services and improve the living starndard of people aswel as promoting socio-economic growth. 2022-05-13 2022-11-09 MWK 3056571967.63
152 LCC/WDF/04/22/DRAINAGE/KABWABWA Construction of drainage in kabwabwa ward under ward development fund in lilongwe city centre constituency s
implementation
construction Drainage improvement in kabwabwa ward mainly involve installation of 900 and 600mm culvert rings Improve drainage system 2022-06-30 2022-08-31 MWK 1868951.25
139 GESD/02G/2 Construction of a staff house at Matapila Health Centre
completed
construction construction of a staff house at Matapila Health Centre in traditional authority Mazengera to help with the accommodation of heath care personnel so as to reduce time taken to reach duty station 2022-01-12 2022-04-12 MWK 26500000.00
123 MCC/WORKS/21/07/01 LOT 3 UPGRADING OF DUNDUZU-NKHORONGO TO CHOMA TURN-OFF ROAD
implementation
construction Upgrading from earth road to bitumen standard To ease mobility challenges and spur economic developments through businesses and transportation of agricultural produce. 2022-07-15 2024-07-15 MWK 3035607394.50
154 GESD/02G/1 Construction of a staff house at Mngoni health centre
completed
construction Construction of a staff house to help with the accommodation of heath care personnel so as to reduce time taken to reach duty station 2021-11-14 2022-02-12 MWK 26500000.00
155 LCC/CDF/04/22/CONCRETE BRIDGE/CHATATA WARD Construction of concrete bridge in chatata-ngona ward under CDF in lilongwe City centre constituency-first phase
implementation
construction Construction of 30m 2 span concrete bridge in chatata ward by infra dev contractors Ease transportation of goods and services 2022-08-26 2022-10-27 MWK 43555600.00
156 DDF/03D/4 Construction of a traditional court at Mpenu Headquarters T/A Mazengera
completed
construction Construction of a traditional court and two VIP Toilets to provide a proper place for traditional court cases to be heard and judged 2021-11-15 2022-02-13 MWK 25000000.00
158 MCC/W/CO/20/08/01 CONSTRUCTION OF MZUZU CITY COUNCIL CIVIC OFFICE COMPLEX
implementation
construction Construction of ground plus two storey buildings to accomodate all departments at Mzuzu City Council with conference rooms To improve office space as a motivation for staff. At the end this will be one stop centre for servicing the city. 2022-06-01 2024-06-01 MWK 12193720226.37
159 LCC/IPDC/06/22/MAINTENANCE/COLLAPSED FENCE/LUMBADZI MARKET Construction of collapsed brick fence at lumbazi marker under local revenue
implementation
rehabilitation Construction of collapsed brick fence at lumbazi marker under local revenue Improve safety in the market place 2022-08-26 2022-10-27 MWK 2813562.50
157 MCC/WORKS/BRG/21/07/01 LOT 2 SONDA-DUNDUZU ROAD
implementation
construction UPGRADING FROM EARTH ROAD TO BITUMEN STANDARD TO EASE MOBILITY CHALLENGES AND SPUR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT -BUSSINESSES AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE 2022-06-01 2025-06-01 MWK 5856857874.98
162 LCC/1/pw construction of kawale foot bridge under ward development fund.
completed
construction construction of kawale foot bridge under ward development fund. between kawale 1 and kawale 2 to allow people to cross the bridge safely 2022-03-18 2022-05-20 MWK 6986005.79
163 LCC/1/pw masaf culvert installation under constituency development fund
completed
construction masaf culvert installation under constituency development fund in area 49 improve drainage in lilongwe city, for easy crossing of cars and people 2022-06-04 2022-08-16 MWK 18603347.00
164 LCC/1/pw Rehabilitation of old town bus deport under roads fund Administration
completion
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of old town bus deport under roads fund Administration improving good roads access to the people in lilongwe city. 2021-10-11 2022-09-12 MWK 1024317687.25
166 LCC/1/pw lilongwe water and sanitation project under world bank
implementation
construction Lilongwe water and sanitation project under world bank, we are currently construction 1000 toilets in lilongwe city. To improve sanitation and sewage system in lilongwe city. 2021-08-14 2022-09-30 MWK 2458871970.00
160 LCC/1/ construction of box culvert at Chankhandwe under constituency development fund
implementation
construction Construction of Box culvert at Chankhandwe The bridge is for allowing people to pass easily because the river is always overflowing with water. 2022-03-21 2022-07-21 MWK 177482.03
167 LCC/1/pw Maintenance of Mtandire Mosque Road under ward development fund.
completed
construction Maintenance of Mtandire Mosque Road improvement of drainage in Lilongwe city 2022-07-14 2022-08-13 MWK 3499200.00
168 MoD/W/004/2021 EXTENSION OF MANGOCHI POTABLE WATER SUPPLY
implementation
expansion Mangochi water supply extension that covers Lakeshore areas from Mpondasi (Bishop's House) to Mtakataka Turn Off Supplying potable water to all lakeshore trading centres that include Namiasi, Maldeco, Makawa, Mtakataka Turn-Off and all Holiday resorts along the lake 2021-02-01 2023-04-11 USD 14400000.00
169 ZCC/GOV/RD/ENG/2021-22/23 Upgrading of Sadzi Sadzi THA Road to Last Night
implementation
construction Upgrading 1.8 km to asphalt finishes Provide access to traders and reduce stray of water run off into households. 2021-12-18 2022-05-17 MWK 801611277.75
171 MoD/W/004/2021 FEASIBILITY STUDIES AND DETAILED DESIGNS FOR AN ADDITIONAL WATER SOURCE FOR ZOMBA CITY AND SURROUNDING AREAS
identification
replacement Carrying out feasibility studies and detailed designs for an additional water source for Zomba City and surrounding areas To have an alternative source of water for Zomba City and surrounding areas 2021-02-01 2023-04-11 USD 1193566.20
100 13/2019 Construction of Inkosi ya Makosi M'mbelwa University
preparation
construction A learning and teaching facility provide a learning facility to the nation 2016-08-22 2023-08-21 MWK 53208000000.00
172 32 Construction of mkwakwata police post
preparation
construction Construction of mkwakwata police post To add public infrastructure 2022-08-01 2022-08-10 MWK 888888888888.88
12 17/2017 Construction of Blantyre Police
implementation
construction Construction of Police offices and Associated Works To improve security services to the nation 2019-04-15 2022-12-15 MWK 533907504.13
145 44 Construction of mkanga concrete deck bridge,single span 8m long
preparation
construction Construction of mkanga concrete deck brigde,single span 8m long To ease transportation challenges and accessibility to markets,school and hospital 2022-08-03 2022-08-16 MWK 150659580000.00
177 TD-OX/ZCC/21/172/LLW-MW/007/A Construction of Single Lane Bridge along Likangala River
implementation
construction Single Concrete Deck Bridge The Bridge has been constructed along as part of evacuation route reaching Multipurpose Evacuation Centre in Chambo ward 2021-10-08 2022-03-27 MWK 75573550.00
178 001 maintenance of EPA hall
implementation
construction maintenance of EPA hall To maintain EPA hall 2022-08-01 2022-08-17 MWK 999999999999.99
179 DDF/01D/2 Construction of a Classroom block at Kakolo Primary school
completed
construction Construction of a two roomed classroom block to reduce the high pupil to classroom ratio 2021-12-29 2022-03-29 MWK 25000000.00
180 34 Lingoni Primary School
completion
construction Construction of 1 two roomed classroom block at T.A. Mposa Machinga South Constituency Chamba Ward To increase the number of classroom blocks at the institution thereby increasing pupil classroom ratio 2021-09-04 2022-03-23 MWK 26000000.00
70 MBS/IPC/BE495/2013 Development of a Robust Standardization, Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Metrology (SQAM) Infrastructure in Malawi
implementation
construction Construction of Office and Laboratory Complex To build capacity in regulating requirements of the Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) by improving testing requirements and thereby contribute to the improvement of export trade, economic improvement and welfare of Malawians 2016-02-01 2018-01-31 MWK 18690052500.00
181 MBS/SWE/SH/01 CONSTRUCTION OF STAFF HOUSES AT SONGWE
identification
construction CONSTRUCTION OF THREE TWO-BEDROOM STAFF HOUSES AT SONGWE TO ACCOMODATE MBS STAFF WORKING AT SONGWE BORDER 2022-12-01 2023-06-30 MWK 200000000.00
137 P158805 Shire Valley Transformation Programme-1
implementation
construction he SVTP is a 14-year program (2018-2031) that will be implemented in three sequential but partially overlapping phases. The Shire Valley Transformation Programme (SVTP) will irrigate approximately 43,370 hectares of land by abstracting water from the Shire River at Kapichira Dam and conveying it by gravity to the irrigable areas in Chikwawa and Nsanje districts through canals. This will ensure a more consistent supply of water to farmlands throughout the year. The Programme Development Objective (PDO) for the SVTP is to increase agricultural productivity and commercialization for targeted households in the Shire Valley and to improve the sustainable management and utilization of natural resources. 2018-03-21 2023-12-31 USD 222787156.00
93 C87-10-18 Expansion of Chancellor College School of Economics
completion
expansion construction of school of economics To enhance quality of economic graduates while and increasing access to University education 2019-07-01 2022-08-21 MWK 3554802243.07
184 CC/ADM/01/CW/12/2020 Expansion of Chancellor College Construction of Administration Office Block
implementation
expansion Construction of administration block The purpose is to enhance quality and efficiency in the University of Malawi 2021-08-20 2023-08-21 MWK 8961824573.92
185 06 Mkazimasika 4 bridge construction
completion
construction Bridge construction contract ref no 091/MHG/CDF/Machinga South East/Mkazimasika 4 bridge/06/2021 To ease accessibility to markets,hospital and school 2021-06-25 2021-08-20 MWK 4979400.00
165 LCC/1/pw Upgrading of penyenye to mtaya road via mtsinje under government fund.
implementation
construction Upgrading of penyenye to mtaya road via mtsinje under government fund. Improving road network in lilongwe city 2021-12-03 2022-09-12 MWK 3500000000.00
51 LCC/IPDC044/08/21 Draiange Improvement on katete-Dimba Road in area 24-Lot 3
implementation
construction Improvement of Dranage on katete-Dimba in are 24 Drainage improvement in the city 2022-04-27 2022-08-24 MWK 59712883.13
188 ZCC/RF/RD/ENG/2021-22/06 Upgrading of Sogoja Road in Zomba City
implementation
construction 3km Road with 200mm crush run, asphalt 35mm compacted Thickness, drainage both sides, supply, delivery and installation of streetlights and concrete poles. To increase city revenue base so as to ensure service delivery is absolute provided. 2022-03-30 2022-09-26 MWK 1376931486.00
64 MUBAS/Works/PISP/2021 Rehabilitation of NDIRANDE Hostels (A&B)
implementation
rehabilitation Ndirande Hostels (A &B) were in dilapidated state and required urgent attention through rehabiltation. Through funds from the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP), a contractor was procured and started works on 22 February 2022. Works are expected to be completed by 30 September 2022. To improve living conditions of our students thereby uplifting the quality of higher education in Malawi. 2022-02-18 2022-09-30 MWK 649348130.35
190 MUBAS/PSIP/NYIKAREHAB/2022 Rehabilitation of Nyika Hostels (A&B)
preparation
rehabilitation Nyika A Hostel was gutted by fire and therefore in need or restoration and rehabilitation. Nyika B is a dilapidated state and also in need of thorough rehabilitation works To restore the hostel to a state that is habitable to our students, thereby creating a conducive environment for human capital development. 2022-10-01 2023-01-31 MWK 1800000000.00
191 MUBAS/PSIP/RFP/02/2022 Construction Of MUBAS Administration, Research, Teaching And Learning Complex And Associated External Works
preparation
construction Construction Of MUBAS Administration, Research, Teaching And Learning Complex And Associated External Works To construct a MUBAS Administration block, Research, Teaching And Learning Complex And Associated External Works 2022-06-25 2027-06-14 MWK 80000000000.00
192 MUBAS/PSIP/MPINGWEREHAB/2022 Rehabilitation of Mpingwe Hostel
preparation
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of Mpingwe hostel which is in a dilapidated state To restore the state of the hostel and in return improve state of student accommodation on campus 2022-11-15 2023-02-17 MWK 1000000000.00
193 MUBAS/PSIP/SCIENCEBLOCKREHAB/2022 Rehabilitation of the Science Block
preparation
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of the Science Block To rehabilitate the science block which houses key laboratories for physics, chemistry, biology and electrical engineering. 2023-01-02 2023-03-31 MWK 1200000000.00
44 RA/DEV/2020-21/06 THE CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT OF THE KENYATTA ROAD TO MULTI CARRIAGEWAY (6 LANES)
implementation
expansion Pursuant to the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS III), 2018 and the Transport Master Plan, 2018, the Malawi Vision 2063, 2021 which are recent policy documents that articulates issues related to both economic growth and development in the Transport Sector, the Government of the Republic of Malawi is expanding the Kenyatta road from a single carriageway to a multi carriageway (6 lanes) in the City of Lilongwe. Reduction in Travel Time Once the project is completed it will reduce travel time between Lilongwe Old Town and City Centre. Currently it takes about 1 hour to travel between the two places and the journey would take less than 10 minutes. Reduction in vehicle Operating Costs Due to reduced travel time, vehicle operating costs would be greatly reduced in terms of wear and tear and usage of fuel. Enhanced Road Safety for all road users With the introduction of a dedicated lane for cyclists and a separate pedestrian walkway road safety for all road users will be enhanced and will result in the reduction of accidents between motorised and non-motorised traffic. Direct employment during construction Many people will be employed during the implementation of the project. 2021-09-15 2023-03-15 MWK 19042052151.71
200 RA/DEV/2020-21/05 Capacity Improvement of Mzimba Street
implementation
expansion Expanding the capacity of the Mzimba Street from two to four lanes . The works will also include construction of a partial Cloverleaf Interchange replacing the current roundabout at Kamuzu Central Hospital/ Petroda Filling Station. Then the expansion works will proceed to Lilongwe Bridge, just after passing the Kamuzu Central Hospital and Central Medical Stores Trust. Reduction in Travel Time 2022-04-01 2023-03-27 MWK 9878866404.25
201 RA/M7/U51 Upgrading of Ntchisi - Malomo road
implementation
construction The Ntchisi - Malomo (M7/UD51) road project starts from Malomo Trading Centre where the first 3kilometers of the road was upgraded from earth to bitumen standard under Maintenance Programme of Roads the Authority. The road goes southward passing through a gentle terrain towards Ntchisi town in Ntchisi district. UPGRADING OF A 10 KM SECTION ON NTCHISI – MALOMO (M7/UD51) ROAD. The project will have many benefits to the people along the road and to the country as a whole. 2021-08-01 2022-05-02 MWK 4173351450.99
202 RA (T378) UPGRADING OF A 10 KM SECTION ON MONKEY BAY – CAPE MACLEAR (T378) ROAD
implementation
expansion The Monkey Bay Cape Maclear (T378) road starts at Cape Maclear junction on the Monkey Bay road and continues west-northward passing through mountainous areas to Cape Maclear Tourist area and Lake Malawi National park in Mangochi district. Vehicle operating costs savings constitute the most important benefit attributable to the project. This will have direct reduction on maintenance cost of the vehicles, reduced fuel consumption and travel time. 2021-11-01 2022-07-31 MWK 3563898954.27
203 RA/DEV/ Dedza One Stop Border Post
completion
construction The project involves construction of a new border facility at Dedza. The following facilities will be constructed at the new Dedza border facility; Main Passenger terminal and Port health building, Office Block for MRA, MBS and other agencies, Bus inspection shed, warehouse, Scanner shed, Voltage regulator room for scanner equipment, Animal and plant/ Agriculture products clearance building, Cargo Inspection shed, Transformer and electrical equipment house, Generator house, Solar equipment house, Gate houses, parking areas and roads and Permanent fence The construction of the border will lead to an improvement in the processing of imports and exports at the border crossing between Malawi and Mozambique which will see a reduction in truck and passenger wait time at the border once the facility becomes a One Stop Border Post. 2021-03-07 2022-03-07 USD 9569684.58
204 RA/DEV/2 Mwanza One Stop Border Post
implementation
construction The project is located at the border with Mozambique in Mwanza. The works involve expansion of the existing border facility at Mwanza Border Post by constructing the following additional structures; main Passenger terminal and Port health building, Office Block for MRA, MBS and other agencies, Bus parking and inspection shed, New electrical and transformer room, Generator room, Parking areas, access roads and perimeter fence. The construction of the border will lead to an improvement in the processing of imports and exports at the border crossing between Malawi and Mozambique which will see a reduction in truck and passenger wait time at the border once the facility becomes a One Stop Border Post. 2021-03-07 2022-07-31 MWK 3178360156.45
205 RA/DEV/2018-19/04 B. UPGRADING OF MZIMBA-MZARANGWE ROAD
implementation
construction The current project involves upgrading 45 Km of the road which include 15.4Km of the M022 road section from Mzimba Boma (M009/M022 Junction) to the M022/M001 Junction and 30Km section of the S107 from Mtangatanga Turn Off (M022/S107 junction) up to Mtantha trading center. The two road sections will be upgraded from earth to bitumen. The project will have many benefits to the people along the road and to the country as a whole. Some of the benefits will include; 6.1 Shorter Route The road will provide a shorter route for travellers between Lilongwe and Mzuzu who would like to pass through Mzimba Boma. 6.2 Road Maintenance costs With the upgrading of this road to bitumen standard, road maintenance costs will be greatly reduced greatly. 6.3 Vehicle Operating and Passenger Travel costs Vehicle operating costs savings constitute the most important benefit attributable to the project. This will have direct reduction on maintenance cost of the vehicles, reduced fuel consumption and travel time. Passengers will now be paying less and spending less time on travel. Availability of buses and minibuses will greatly improve transportation of passengers. 6.4 Agriculture The area where the road passes is an agricultural area for mainly tobacco, maize and groundnuts. The upgrading of the road will ease problems of transporting farm inputs and produce to and from various markets. 6.5 Environmental and Health The upgrading will reduce the occurrence of dust and mud along the project area and thereby improving sanitation that means reduction in the spread of diseases, which are airborne or waterborne. This will reduce the cost of medicines, which would have been required to treat the people affected. The upgrading of the road will allow the communities good access to health facilities in town especially for referral cases. 6.6 Employment Creation and Business Boosting The people around the area of the road project will also benefit by being employed in various road activities by the Contractor. During project implementation and after, many businesses will mushroom along the project road and the communities will be empowered economically. 2019-04-11 2022-06-09 MWK 10959872880.03
211 BT/ Kamwiri health post
implementation
construction construction of health post improve health services 2022-07-15 2021-09-30 MWK 18000000.00
213 BT/ Chaweta primary school electrical installation
implementation
construction installation of electricity in classrooms and staff houses improve service delivery 2022-07-15 2022-09-30 MWK 18000000.00
212 BT/ Madziabango health center electrical installation
implementation
construction installation of electricity in OPD and staff houses to improve service delivery 2022-07-01 2022-10-31 MWK 20500000.00
214 NOCMA/NCB/W/BT/2018/1 CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF RAIL SIDING PUMP HOUSE AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT AT LILONGWE AND BLANTYRE DEPOTS
implementation
construction Construction of Rail Siding facility at Blantyre Depot located at Matindi area and Lilongwe depot located at Area 51 Construction of Rail Siding facility at Lilongwe and Blantyre Depots to enable NOCMA to offload product using Rail wagons 2018-12-31 2022-11-15 MWK 4012176750.50
215 NOCMA/ICB/S/MECHANICAL/2021/1 DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF FUEL TANKS
preparation
expansion Tanks provide storage of product at strategic fuel reserves according to the recommended storage amounts set in line with SADC requirements To construct additional tanks at Mzuzu, Lilongwe and Blantyre to increase fuel storage capacity 2022-09-22 2024-04-30 MWK 18000000000.00
25 RA/DEV/2019-20/10 Upgrading of Kapiri - Mkanda
implementation
construction This project involves the construction to bitumen standard of approximately 10km of road section from Mkanda towards Kapiri. The Road will be upgraded to an all-weather bitumen standard road with a cross section of 6.8m carriageway and 1.5m shoulders with an asphalt concrete surfacing. The project will have many benefits to the people of Mkanda and Kapiri. Some of the benefits will include; 1. Reduction of Travel Time The road upgrade will greatly reduce the travel time of road users in the surrounding community. 2. Maintenance costs With the new construction from gravel to bituminous surfaced standard, the road will operate in an all-weather condition. Ultimately, emergency maintenance works during the rainy season and costs will be reduced as concentration will be on routine maintenance activities such as drainage structures cleaning, line marking, grass cutting and patching of any potholes that may occur. 3. Vehicle Operating and Passenger Travel costs Vehicle operating costs savings constitute the most important benefit attributable to the project. This will have direct reduction on maintenance cost of the vehicles, reduced fuel consumption and travel time. Passengers will now be paying less and spending less time on travel. Availability of buses and minibuses will greatly improve. 4. Agriculture The area where the road passes is an agricultural area for mainly tobacco, maize, beans, potatoes and groundnuts. The upgrading of the road will ease problems of transporting farm inputs and produce to and from various markets. . 5. Employment Creation and Business Boosting The people around the area of the road project will also benefit by getting employed in various road activities by the Contractor. During project implementation and after, a lot of businesses will be enhanced along the project road and the communities will be empowered 6. Environmental and Health The upgrading will reduce the occurrence of dust and mud along the project area and thereby improving sanitation which means reduction in the spread of diseases which are airborne or waterborne. This will reduce the cost of medicines which would have been required to treat the people affected. The upgrading of the road will allow the communities good access to health facilities in town. 2021-08-01 2022-04-28 MWK 4300016478.58
75 LCC/IPDC/09/07/2021 REHABILITATION OF MCHESI TO AREA 23 MARKET ROAD IN LILONGWE CITY (LOT6)
implementation
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of existing road Transportation improvement 2022-03-14 2022-08-11 MWK 1631348669.84
113 TD-OX/ZCC/21/172/LLW-MW/006 Installation of Gabion Baskets along Likangala River
implementation
construction Prepare and Install gabions baskets along Likangala river in selected critical points. Reduce eroding of river banks and maintain river course so as flooding is minimized. 2021-10-18 2022-03-27 MWK 240945300.00
112 TD-OX/ZCC/21/172/LLW-MW/005 Construction of 2 Evacuation Centres in Likangala and Chambo Wards
completed
construction Multipurpose Evacuation Centers Accommodate displaced flood victims usually occur along Likangala River 2021-10-25 2022-04-27 MWK 139440574.20
79 11/2020 Construction of houses for security institutions
implementation
construction houses for IPYANA and songwe in karonga,malaya pmf camp in mangochi,mwanza and neno police station,area 30 in lilongwe,mvera in dowa,mzuzu,immigration headquarters lilongwe provide housing for security officers 2020-11-30 2022-12-24 MWK 12675679000.00
102 05/2019 construction of new premises for the "C" division of malawi police service
preparation
construction office space and work stations provide better office space for the officers 2019-05-17 2025-05-18 MWK 11075200000.00
89 08/2017 construction of mponera community hospital
implementation
construction In dowa district provide a healthy institution to the community 2019-05-27 2022-05-27 MWK 7953522080.13
90 51/2015 Construction of National Indoor sports stadium complex
implementation
construction Indoor sports complex,Area 48 next to Bingu National stadium in Lilongwe. provide sporting facility to the community 2021-01-04 2022-09-26 MWK 7770430405.57
101 07-2022 Construction of Capital Hill Clinic
implementation
construction Associated External works at capital hill To help people in an area to provide health facility' 2022-07-18 2023-01-23 MWK 970127330.14
103 07-2022 Construction of security staff houses for police services
implementation
construction staff houses for police services in Lilongwe city for better living of standard 2022-12-07 2023-01-23 MWK 999679166196.60
104 03/2022 construction of staff houses for malawi police
implementation
construction staff houses for security officers provide houses to security officers 2022-03-21 2022-12-30 MWK 1165826759.61
106 48/2020 Rehabilitation of kamudzu central hospital kitchen
implementation
rehabilitation FIxing and maintaning the kitchen structure Remodelling of the current kitchen into a better one 2021-05-20 2022-08-31 MWK 95810334.11
107 50/2020 Rehabilitation of offices at MWASIP
implementation
rehabilitation Rehabilitation of offices at MWASIP for better standard of 2021-04-01 2022-10-30 MWK 275080202.60
108 03/2022 Completion of social amenities community ground hall,library and bus deport
implementation
construction community ground,hall,library,bus deport Provision of social services to the community 2022-03-04 2022-10-21 MWK 618353349.71
109 18/2020D Construction of staff houses for Malawi police
implementation
construction staff houses for malawi police in Lilongwe for a better living 2022-07-12 2023-04-28 MWK 857483415.86
110 19/2022 Construction of prison houses
implementation
construction security institutions houses for prison staff provide houses to prison staff 2022-03-21 2023-04-29 MWK 2235379805.56
151 LCC/WDF/01/21/FOOT BRIDGE/ MBVUNGUTI Construction of FOOT BRIDGE in mvunguti ward under WDF In lilongwe City centre constituency
implementation
construction Construction of FOOT bridge Ease transportation of goods and services 2022-06-30 2022-07-31 MWK 4256396.00
153 LCC/WDF/02/22/TIMBER BRIDGE Construction of Timbe Bridge in Mtsiriza ward under ward development fund in lilongwe City centre constituency
completed
construction Construction of timber Bridge in mtsiriza ward by Johaq construction Ease movement of people and goods 2022-06-01 2022-07-31 MWK 4860265.00
161 LCC/1/pw construction of majiga box curvelt under constituency development fund in Area 23
completed
construction Construction of Majiga box curvelt under constituency development fund in Area 23 the bridge is used by cars and people when crossing the river 2022-04-11 2022-07-10 MWK 14651000.00
208 07/2022 CONSTRUCTION OF CLINIC AND NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES ANNEX
implementation
construction Completing construction of Clinic which stalled over five years ago. There is an inclusion on a non-communicable disease centre annex which aims at providing gym services. This project will allow civil servants to seek services within premises of their work place. Providing a wellness center and gym facility to civil servants 2022-07-18 2023-01-23 MWK 970127330.14
209 08/2022 CONSTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICES
implementation
construction The construction of twenty-storey twin towers to accommodate MDA’s in secure and comfortable environment. To provide working space for government officers 2022-08-01 2027-08-31 MWK 20000000000.00
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