A complete of USD 120m (equal to 277.23bn/-) has been put aside to handle the challenges of the overflowing Msimbazi River Basin in Dar es Salaam.
The Deputy Minister of State within the Vice President Workplace (Union and Atmosphere), Hamad Chande instructed the lawmakers in Dodoma, Thursday, the UK Division for Worldwide Improvement (DFID) has already launched USD 20m for the challenge.
Mr Chande gave the reason when he was responding to Kinondoni MP Abbas Tarimba sought to know when the federal government would begin the development of the Msimbazi River as stipulated within the ruling CCM’s election manifesto (2020-2025).
Chande additionally stated that the World Financial institution (WB), by way of Dar es Salaam Metropolitan Improvement Venture (DMDP), has agreed to spice up the challenge with a mortgage amounting to USD 100m.
He added that the Authorities has deliberate to rework the Msimbazi River basin into an funding space with numerous alternatives.