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Disclosable Version of the ISR - Malawi - Electricity Access Project - P164331 - Sequence No : 01 (English)

Implementation Status and Results Report ISR38442 OCT 04, 2019

Sahai,Dhruva Disclosed

Malawi - Electricity Access Project (English)

The development objective of Electricity Access Project is to increase access to electricity in Malawi. This project has three components. 1) The first component, Grid electrification, aims to finance cost-effective, priority investments in grid electrification by providing electricity supply to households living in close proximity to an existing distribution infrastructure leveraging on the geospatial analysis to maximize the number of connections under the financing. 2) The second component, Off-grid market development fund, aims to address the challenges to scaling up the off-grid market. 3) The third component, Technical assistance (TA) and capacity building, finance various TA and capacity-building activities related to institutional culture and performance to ensure Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM), Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy, and Mining (MoNREM), and other sector stakeholders have adequate technical, planning, and operational capacity to implement the electrification rollout activities and effectively undertake activities under components 1 and 2 of the project. ... See More +

Project Appraisal Document PAD3023 MAY 30, 2019

Disclosed

Project Information Document-Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet - Malawi - Electricity Access Project - P164331 (English)

Project Information and Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet PIDISDSA25274 APR 24, 2019

Sahai,Dhruva Disclosed

Malawi - Electricity Access Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental and Social Management Framework (English)

The development objective of the Electricity Access Project for Malawi is to increase access to electricity services in Malawi. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) adequate waste receptacles and facilities should be provided at project sites and campsites and in several locations for disposal of used bulbs; (2) only roadworthy vehicles and trucks should be used to avoid frequent breakdowns on the roads; (3) minimize land clearing areas as much as possible to avoid unnecessary exposure of bare ground to the elements of the weather; (4) avoid cutting trees and installation of distribution lines and transformers in forested areas; (5) develop site specific measures before the contractor starts work and update them as necessary to reflect project developments; (6) design human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) awareness, sensitization, and prevention program for each project that extends to the communities as a whole; (7) ensure that the local communities are given priority in relation to employment and provided with training (skills) to provide future labor in the project; and (8) identify, track, and dispose of in an environmentally responsible manner all potentially hazardous waste streams generated by project implementation, including oils, scrap metals, plastics, packaging. ... See More +

Environmental Assessment SFG5360 APR 01, 2019

Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Disclosed

Malawi - Electricity Access Project : Resettlement Plan : Resettlement Policy Framework (English)

The development objective of the Electricity Access Project for Malawi is to improve electricity access through a least cost medium voltage (MV) and low-voltage (LV) network expansion where appropriate and invest in preparing the platform to launch an off-grid electrification as a private sector-led effort. ... See More +

Resettlement Plan SFG5351 APR 01, 2019

Malawi Disclosed

Concept Project Information Document-Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet - Malawi - Electricity Access Project - P164331 (English)

Project Information and Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet PIDISDSC23456 FEB 07, 2019

Sahai,Dhruva Disclosed