Kazungula Bridge Project

Kazungula Bridge Project

The  Kazungula  Bridge  Project  (KBP)  is  a multinational project  on  the North-South Corridor   (NSC)   within   the   SADC   region  and   part   of   a   corridor long   infrastructure  improvement programme. The project scope includes a bridge linking Botswana  and Zambia over the Zambezi River  to replace the existing ferry and  juxtaposed one-stop  border facilities at Kazungula.

The expected outcomes include: reduced border transit time; improved  procedures   on   trade   facilitation;  improved   border   management   operations,   and consequently increased traffic throughput and reduced time-based transport and trade  cost. 

Government is ready to handover 40 houses which have been constructed for Lumbo Villagers in Kazungula who will be displaced during the construction of a permanent bridge.  In addition to this, it was released a tender for the construction of additional facilites to the existing Lumbo School.

Resettlement Plan:

The project shall provide a community school and reticulated water system for  the village and others in the vicinity.

Construction of additional facilities to the existing Lumbo School, comprising:
_Teaches Houses
_ Science Laboratory Block
_ Arts workshop Block
_ Home economics Block
_ Library Block
_ Pupils' ablution block and associated externale works
(source www.afdb.org)

Kazungula Bridge Project

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