USAID and Infrastructure Programming for Development

Report
USAID AND
INFRASTRUCTURE
PROGRAMMING FOR
DEVELOPMENT
Dr. Kenneth Baum, Senior Economist
Acting Division Director for Engineering and Urban
Management
USAID/E3
July, 2012
WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT?
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JOBS
• INCOME
• WEALTH
Infrastructure Defined
“Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures
for the operation of a society or enterprise, or the services and facilities
necessary for an economy to function.”
Wikipedia: Oxford Dictionary and Sullivan, Arthur Economics: Principles in Action, 2003
Infrastructure:
Infrastructure:
Stealth Initiative
Key to The
Economic
Growth
Infrastructure is the second most frequently occurring
constraint identified in PFG constraints analyses.
Africa
1. Benin*
2. Burundi
3. Ghana
4. Kenya*
5. Malawi*
6. Mali
7. Mozambique
8. Nigeria*
9. Rwanda*
10. Senegal*
11. Sierra Leone
12. Tanzania**
13. The Gambia*
14. Uganda*
15. Zambia*
*Denotes a binding constraint.
**Denotes a binding constraint under 3 separate analyses.
Asia
1. Bangladesh
2. Indonesia
3. Philippines
Office & Infrastructure & Engineering
Energy
Information and
Urban and
Communications
Engineering
Technology
Services
$7.33 million
$3 million
$3 million ESF
$8 million – Grand
10 Technical Staff (-1) 9 Technical Staff (-2)
542 TDY days
107 TDY days
$5.4 million
11 Technical Staff (-3)
15 DLI Engineers
908 TDY days
Water & Sanitation;
DRG/Local Governance;
Global Climate
Feed the Future; Global
Change/Clean Energy;
Climate Change; Global
CPC &
Feed the Future;
Health; Youth; CPC &
Reconstruction
Global Health; Youth
Reconstruction
Country
Days
Haiti
Afghanistan
Ghana
Sudan
Pakistan
Iraq
Liberia
Total
364
211
111
61
43
42
14
642
Technical support to
priority countries
Over 1,300 days of field
support in FY11
87% of all travel funded by
Missions or other Bureaus
What are the Primary Agency Priorities?
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Global Climate Change
Feed the Future
Critical Priority Countries (CPCs) – Post Conflict
Humanitarian Assistance – Post Disaster
Global health and HIV/AIDS
Basic Education
Water Resources Management
Science and Technology
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EG Funding by Program Area
5,000,000
4.7 Economic Opportunity
4,500,000
4.6 Private Sector
Competitiveness
4.5 Agriculture
4,000,000
$ thousands
3,500,000
3,000,000
4.4 Infrastructure
2,500,000
4.3 Financial Sector
2,000,000
1,500,000
4.2 Trade and Investment
1,000,000
4.1 Macroeconomic
Foundation for Growth
500,000
FY 2006
FY 2007
FY 2008
FY 2009
FY 2010
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OBLIGATIONS BY PROGRAM AREA, 2010
3.1
5.1
3.2
4.4
2.2
4.5
Health -- $5.9B
Protection, Assistance, and Solutions -- $2.7B
Education -- $1.13B
Infrastructure -- $1.07B
Good Governance -- $1.018B
Agriculture -- $1.01B
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4.4 INFRASTRUCTURE COMPONENTS
• Includes Transport, Energy/Power, and
Telecommunications
• Does not include:
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Health Facilities
Schools
Potable water and sanitation
Judicial complexes
Irrigation
Other public buildings
Other infrastructure services
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USAID’s Infrastructure Investments
Construction Expenditures FY2010
$43.71
$30.14
$22.82
$5.03
Haiti
Afghanistan
$76.09
Pakistan
$76.09
$534.57
$84.44
Rest of Africa
West Bank & Gaza
Sudan
$139.04
Rest of LAC
Rest of ME
$139.19
400,000,000
350,000,000
300,000,000
Rest of Asia
$165.40
$464.49
250,000,000
Rest of E&E
200,000,000
DCHA
150,000,000
Other
Total
$950
million
100,000,000
50,000,000
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$1.8 billion in construction
across all foreign assistance
objectives; the Agency spent another
$276 million on “soft” investments in
key infrastructure sectors
Technical Assistance & Training
Operations Support &
Commodities/Materials
Construction/Rehabilitation
Data source: Operational Plan FY2010
INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
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Roads
Bridges
Housing
Potable Water
Solid Waste
Power
Sanitation and Wastewater
Solid Waste
Schools
Health Facilities
Telecommunications
Irrigation
Judicial Complexes
Ports
Cultural Heritage Preservation
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Governance
Physical Markets
Finance
Knowledge
Business Enabling
Environment
• Infrastructure
Governance
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Finance
Knowledge
INFRASTRUCTURE IDIQs
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Architecture and Engineering IDIQ
– Awarded September 30, 2008/Ends September 29, 2013
– Ceiling of $500 Million
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CLEAN ENERGY CPC/Non CPC IDIQs -- In Procurement
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HABITAT IDIQ– Pre-Solicitation July 2012
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FEDBIZOPPS.gov or www.usaid.gov/business
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PRIMES UNDER THE A&E IDIQ
• AECOM – James Peter
• CDM – Ellis Turner
• MWH – John Velon
• Parsons – Julie Haines/Dave Fulton
• Tetra Tech/ARD – Firouz Rooyani
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COUNTRIES WITH AWARDED TASK ORDERS
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Afghanistan
Egypt
El Salvador
Ethiopia
Georgia
Haiti
Jordan
Liberia
Mozambique
Rwanda
South Africa
Tanzania
Vietnam
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THANK YOU!

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