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The Msimbazi Opportunity : Transforming the Msimbazi Basin into a Beacon of Urban Resilience : Executive Summary (English)

Responding to the call of Vice President of Tanzania, Honourable Samia Suluhu Hassan, to pragmatically address the recurrent flood risk in Dar es Salaam, the Msimbazi Opportunity Plan was developed through a participatory design process, known as a `Charrette`. This report sets out the Msimbazi Opportunity Plan designed by the Msimbazi stakeholder team over the period of January to August 2018. Volume A presents the Strategy and Management Framework. Volume B describes the Detailed Plan for the Lower Basin. Volume C provides additional information in Appendices. The expectation is that this first Detailed Plan can be realized over a five-year period, 2019-2023. Extension further upstream is envisaged for a second and third stage of implementation of the Msimbazi Opportunity Plan.

Details

  • Document Date

    2019/01/29

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    136102

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    4

  • Country

    Tanzania,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/04/15

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Executive Summary

  • Keywords

    urban development; land use planning; disaster risk management; short period of time; national environmental management; large volumes of water; early warning system; urban land-use; mangrove forest; management framework; flood depth; city park; Solid Waste Management; water retention; dredged material; income earning activity; international good practice; damage to infrastructure; expansion strategy; climate change vulnerability; damage to houses; loss of life; enforcement of regulation; community awareness raising; land use zoning; improved sanitation facilities; storm water drainage; wastewater treatment plant; waste disposal option; emergency response plan; primarily due; heavy rainfall events; Disaster Management; natural resource exploitation; private sector representative; sea level rise; road and bridges; annual average rainfall; planning and design; loss of biodiversity; improved land use; body of knowledge; damage to ecosystem; commercial real estate; city population; water conveyance; river plain; model result; natural ecosystem; environmental restoration; urban function; natural forest; rain water; wooded area; hazardous area; urbanization process; private investment; residential development; public space; river water; bus depot; excavation work; Urban Resilience; leisure activity; public function; Population Growth; participatory design; river system; sediment trap; critical infrastructure; infrastructure asset; green lung; governance framework; integrated course; coastal forest; civil engineering; mangrove vegetation; vulnerable communities; ecosystem service; natural equilibrium; healthy food; uncontrolled development; Public Infrastructure; district population; commercial activity; human settlement; dumping ground; clear delineation; sand extraction; heavy sedimentation; environmental pressure; adaptation studies; sanitation infrastructure; average temperature; soil erosion; water depth; commercial housing; resettlement strategy; green space; river channel; safe places; safety level; guiding principles; monitoring program; backwater effect; river discharge; rainfall intensity; extreme rainfall; suspended particle; drainage system; urbanized area; initial funding; community participation; capital expenditure; project cash; parking garage; housing development; rapid urbanization; cost breakdown; development partner; commercial development; drainage improvement; bridge design; discharge capacity; natural reserve; good governance; ecosystem restoration; social amenities; social housing; sediment removal; Global Warming; carbon capture; catchment area; surface area; prime location; ecological value; human habitation; salt water; stakeholder commitment; private capital; investment conditions; pollution source; stormwater drainage; retention ponds; river monitoring; water harvesting; sand mining; landscape design; terraced lands; ground surface; riverine areas; professional service; commercial capital; stormwater runoff; baseline assessment; affected households; risk protection; consensus building; informal settlement; urban mobility; personal belonging; water source; prime land; indirect impact; flood risk; tailor made; rainy season; collected information; River basin; government initiative; safe drinking; civil society; stakeholder workshop; Urban Infrastructure; environmental degradation; participatory planning; natural water; grey water; tidal area; education center

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The Msimbazi Opportunity : Transforming the Msimbazi Basin into a Beacon of Urban Resilience : Executive Summary (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/842751555397752385/Executive-Summary