For numerous years the port of Dar es Salaam has been experiencing severe congestion due to low productivity, lack of storage space, poor road and rail access, and inability to handle large ships due to restrictions in the entrance channel. To tackle these issues, DFID and the World Bank have embarked on a programme of measures known collectively as the Dar es Salaam Maritime Gateway Program (DSMGP).
The purpose of this consultancy was to deliver analyses on one of the components of this programme relating to improvement of the physical infrastructure, which groups together five inter-related projects.
This is a 1-page summary of the consultancy.
Anon. Evidence on Demand Consultancy Summary: Updated market study and economic, financial and credit analysis of the proposed Dar es Salaam Maritime Gateway Program (DSMGP) in the port of Dar es Salaam. Evidence on Demand, UK (2015) 1 pp. [DOI: 10.12774/eod_cr.september2015.knapenn1]