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    • 2013 MINISTERIAL PLATFORM TOCOMMEMORATE MID-TERM ANNIVERSARY OFPRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’SADMINISTRATIONFEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORYADMINISTRATIONPresented by:Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed CONHonourable Minister, FCTJune, 2013
    • 2Vision, Mission and MandateEffective and EfficientAdministrative Framework Critical InfrastructureRoad InfrastructureDistrict InfrastructureTransportationServicesTransportation ServicesEducation ServicesHealthCare ServicesArea Council servicesWealth Creation and PovertyReductionAgriculture ServicesEmpowermentSafe and SecureEnvironmentSecurityEnvironmentOUTLINE
    • Mission“The provision of infrastructure, services andadministration for the development of a first class FederalCapital Territory comparable to the best in the world”Vision“To be one of the 20 capital cities by the year 2020 ”Mandate Providing an effective and efficient administrative framework Provision of critical infrastructure Provision of Services to the FCT residents Wealth creation and poverty reduction Provision of safe & secure environment6VISION, MISSION AND MANDATE3
    • MandatePROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE ANDEFFICIENT ADMINISTRATIVEFRAMEWORK4
    • SUGGESTED ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE OF FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY (FCT)HON. MINISTERHon. Minister ofStateChief of Staff Surveyor General’s OfficePermanent SecretaryFCT AuditSERVICOMAnti-Corruption UnitFCT ICTAuditor Gen. of FCT AreaCouncilsLand Administration/AGISArea Council Services SecretariatFCT Christian Pilgrim BoardFCT Muslim Pilgrim BoardArea Council Services CommissionExecutive Secretary,FCDAInternal AuditPublic RelationsEngineering DepartmentResettlement &CompensationPublic BuildingFinance & AdministrationFCDA ProcurementCommonServicesAbuja Metropolitan MgtServicesDevelopment ControlWater BoardAbuja EnvironmentalProtection BoardParks & RecreationUrban AffairsFacility MgtTransport SecretariatHealth & Human ServicesSecretariatEducation SecretariatAgric & Rural Devt.SecretariatSocial DevelopmentSecretariatLegal SecretariatEstablishment & TrainingFCTA ProcurementMonitoring & InspectionUrban & Regional PlanningMandateSecretariatsFCT PensionSpecial AdvisersSatellite TownInfrastructure Dept.Mass HousingInternal RevenueAbuja InfrastructureInvestmentFCT Economic PlanningFinance & EconomicDevelopmentFCT TreasuryOutdoor andAdvertisementDepartmentEmergency ManagementDepartmentChief of StaffSpecialAssistantsNew5FCTA ORGANOGRAM
    • FCTA has over 78 Departments and Agencies2 New Departments have been established formore effective and efficient administration:• Outdoor Signage and AdvertisementDepartment• FCT Emergency Management DepartmentLitigation:Reduced from 1,700 cases to 800 cases between2011 – 2012.Over 200 cases resolved through the AlternativeDispute Resolution options (ADR).Won over 70 Court Cases in 2012 for the FCTA.Saved the Administration over N30 Billion Naira.6ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORKPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS6
    • i. Development Control policy• Inclusion of a 4 yearredecoration rule on buildingsas part of conditions inconveying approved plans.• Established guidelines onneighborhood associations• Policy on fencing of commercialplots in the FCT.• Enforced provision of ramps incommercial buildings for thedisabled.ii. Land Swap Initiative7ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK…2PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPOLICY INITIATIVES ADOPTEDi. Accelerated Area Councils andSectional Titles Re-issuanceScheme (AACSTRIS).ii. Security Trust Fund Initiativeiii. Guidelines for the FCT MassHousing Policy.iv. Development of InformationTechnology Policy in Educationvii. Development of FCT Park Policy.viii. Engagement of law enforcementagencies in monitoring andenforcement of Master Planprovision in the FCT (e.g. police ,SSS, NDLEA etc)7
    • 8ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK…2PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPerformance Indicator 2012(Planned Target)2012(Actual as at Dec.)No. of policy initiatives adopted 8 14Reduction in # of litigation 800 cases 786 casesNo. of stakeholder engagementsconducted200 250% increase in IGR 75% 35%Value (=N=) of Foreign DirectInvestment inflow into FCT$ 4.2 Bn# of successful PPP transactioncompleted10 78
    • Mandate 2PROVISION OF CRITICALINFRASTRUCTURE9
    • ROAD INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 20131REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF AIRPORTEXPRESSWAY LOT I40% 78%2REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF AIRPORTEXPRESSWAY LOTS II 75% 98%3REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF OUTERNORTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ONEX) (KUBWA RD)LOT I61% 90%4REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF OUTERNORTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ONEX) (KUBWA RD)LOT II62% 87%5CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTHERN PARKWAY FROMINNER SOUTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ISEX) TO RINGROAD I (RRI)1% 15%10
    • ROAD INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NOLIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 20136EXTENSION OF INNER SOUTHERNEXPRESSWAY (ISEX) FROM OUTERSOUTHERN EXPRESSWAY (OSEX) TOSOUTHERN PARKWAY (S8/S9)20% 75%7PROVISION OF PRIMARY ROAD TO MASSHOUSING (ARTERIAL ROAD S.30), ABUJA 1% 29%8COMPLETION OF ROADS B6, B12 & CIRCLEROAD, ABUJA CENTRAL AREA 42% 52%9RECONSTRUCTION OF LOWER USUMA DAM– GURARA DAM-JERE ROAD PROJECT 30% 85%11
    • ROAD INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NOLIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 201310RESURFACING OF EXISTING ROADS AND REMEDIALWORKS IN WUSE 1 AND GARKI DISTRICT1% 65%11ADDENDUM CONTRACT TO COMPLEMENTARYENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES TO THEFCC STAGE II56% 96%12 CONSTRUCTION OF KARSHI-ARA ROAD 19%23%13 CONSTRUCTION OF KARSHI-APO ROAD 29%48%14REHABILITATION OF ROADS, DRAINAGES FROMGWAGWALADA –DOBI-IZOM32%55%12
    • ROAD INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 201315 CONSTRUCTION OF ONEX-BWARI ROAD 6%12%16CONSTRUCTION OF 11KM MPAPE-GALUWYI/SHERE ROAD11%22%17CONSTRUCTION OF 25KM, A2 KWAITA-YEBUROAD18PROVISION OF ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ANDWATER RETICULATION TO KUBWA OWNEROCCUPIER ESTATE PHASE II27%27%19PROVISION OF 13KM ROAD FROM KUJE TOGAUBE20%30%20CONSTRUCTION OF TOWNSHIP ROADS IN THE SIXAREA COUNCILS OF FCT41%51%13
    • DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 20131DEVELOPMENT OF DISTRICT 1 OF ABUJA NORTHWEST DISTRICT, PHASE IV, FCC5%11%2PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO WUYE DISTRICT, ABUJA.34%56%3PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTUREJAHI DISTRICT11% 27%4PROVISION OF PRIMARY ENGINEERINGINFRASTRUCTURE TO MBORA DISTRICT PHASE I1% 4%5IDU DISTRICT – INDUSTRIAL AREA 1B – ABUJAPHASE III50% 68%14
    • DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 20136PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO ABUJA TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE (ATV), ABUJA.46% 65%7KARMO RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTINFRASTRUCTURE70% 92%8PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETOMAITAMA EXTENSION (GOODLUCK DISTRICT)10% 26%9PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO GUZAPE DISTRICT, LOT I60% 74%10PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO GUZAPE DISTRICT, LOT II89%15
    • DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS % 2011 % IN 201311PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE TO APOESTATE LAYOUT13%12PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO KUBWA SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 4 & 5)42%51%13PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO KARSHI SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 1&2)41.3%43.6%14PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURETO BWARI SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 1&2)51%75%15PROVISION OF ROAD, WATER & ELECTRICITYSUPPLIES TO RESETLEMENT SITESGALUYI/SHERE12%18%16
    • DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDProvided access to 5,824 commercial and Residential Plots in Jahi, Wuye, Kagini,Maitama Extension and Katampe Districts of the FCC.Ready access to about 2,300 plots for development of Building Structures inKubwa, Bwari and Karshi Satellite Towns.Provided access to 240 commercial and Industrial PlotsCreated direct employment to about 50,000 Nigerians in the FCC and about 25,000jobs in the Satellite TownsTravel time has reduced from 50mins in June 2011 to 30mins in May 2013 betweenthe City –Airport as well as Zuba, Kubwa – City.Accident rate has reduced by more than 70% on these roads.Elimination of incidences of robbery on the expressways17
    • VIDEOCRITICAL INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS18
    • TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO SERVICES PROVIDED 2011 2013 OVERALLPROGRESS1. Abuja Rail Mass Transit ProjectPhase Ⅰ (Lots 1&3)22% 25.57%2. On-Street Parking Managementsystem3600 Spacesfor parking &600 Jobcreated4,800 spaces & 1,130jobs created3. Signalized intersectionsupgraded48 1264. Solar powered road studs 900 15005. Delineators 850 10506. Solar warning lights 357. Anti-glare curtains 1800 180019
    • TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO SERVICES PROVIDED 2011 2013 OVERALLPROGRESS8. Traffic signs 1050 19109. Speed bumps 50 5410. Additional vehicles registered 20,00011 Solar warning lights 35 3513 Solar chevron directional signs nil 5214 Licensed High capacity busoperators in the city3 715 High capacity buses availablefor operation.150 37016 Abuja Taxi Scheme 250 provided20
    • VIDEOTRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTUREPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS21
    • PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENTPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSLAND SWAP MODELFCT Administration is to grant agreed percentageof land in a Greenfield district to a developer forreal property development under a specialcontract envisaged by the land use act.In exchange for the grant, the developer is toprovide primary infrastructure in the agreeddistrict without any financial, technical or riskdemand on the part of the FCTA.22
    • PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENTPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSDistrict Investor(s) Size(Ha)Ketti North CRCC(Nig)Ltd 466.58Sheretti a.Sheretti b.Dangote GroupUrban Shelter Infrastructural Ltd177.98205.03Ketti East a.Ketti East b.Gilmor (Nig) LtdKetti East Infrastructural DevelopmentLtd211.57182.39Ketti a.Ketti b.Adkan Services LtdHongye (Hyitong) Ltd151.28296.01LAND SWAP PROGRAMME IN SECTOR ‘N’, PHASE IV SOUTH23
    • PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENTPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSDistrict Investor Size (Ha)Sherretti C heche A Ridley. Group 315.08SherrittiCheche B Bolmus 343.03WaruPozema A Rosehill Group 317.80WaruPozema B First Aries Petroleum & Crude Oil 317.80Bueun A Systems Property DevelopmentConsortium319.40Bueun B Africa InternationalContinental306.56BueunWest BWestAM-PM GlobalNetwork289.46Bueun West A Pima International 343.07LAND SWAP PROGRAMME IN SECTOR ‘O’, PHASE IV SOUTH24
    • PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENTPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS25
    • PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPROJECT ACHIEVEMENT1Comprehensive Development of DallasCaraway DistrictGroundbreaking ceremony has beenachieved.2Comprehensive Development of AbujaIndustrial ParkGroundbreaking ceremony has beenachieved. The Development to commence3Comprehensive development of WaruPozema district A and B districts in Phase IVof the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under theLand Swap Program by Messrs. WADICLimited and Rosehill Group LimitedSurvey Completed, detailed Land use PlanCompleted.4Comprehensive development of SherettiCheche district A and B districts in Phase IV ofthe Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the LandSwap Program by Messrs. Ridley Group andBolmus Group LimitedSheretti Cheche (A) :Survey Completed,Detailed Land use Plan Completed.Sheretti Cheche (B):Survey Completed whileDetailed Land use Planning progress.LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT26
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPROJECT ACHIEVEMENT5 Comprehensive development of Burum West district A and Bdistricts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Underthe Land Swap Program by Messrs. PIMA Internationalprojects and Consulting LimitedBurum West (B)SurveyCompleted, Detailed Land usePlan completed.6 Comprehensive development of Sheretti district A and Bdistricts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Underthe Land Swap Program by Messrs. Urban ShelterInfrastructure Limited and Dangote Group PlcSheretti (B) :SurveyCompleted, Detailed Land usePlan Completed.7Comprehensive development of Ketti district A and B districtsin Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the LandSwap Program by Messrs. Haitong Group LimitedKetti (A) : Survey Completed,Detailed Land use PlanCompleted, Reviewed.8 Comprehensive development of Ketti East district A and Bdistricts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Underthe Land Swap Program by Messrs. Ketti East InfrastructureDevelopment Company Limited and Gilmor EngineeringNigeria LimitedSurvey Completed, DetailedLand use Plan Completed,Reviewed.PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT27
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPROJECTS ACHIEVEMENTS9 Comprehensive development of Ketti Northdistricts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City(FCC) Under the Land Swap Program byMessrs. CRCC Nigeria LimitedInvestor has reported but yet tocommence technical discussion10 Comprehensive development of Gwagwadistricts of the Federal Capital City (FCC)Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs.Edimo Nigeria LimitedSurvey Completed, Detailed Land use PlanCompleted, Reviewed.11 Comprehensive development of DIstrictwithin the Cadastral Zone EO8 of the FederalCapital City (FCC) Under the Land SwapProgram by Messrs. Edimo Nigeria LimitedSurvey Completed, Detailed Land use PlanCompleted, Reviewed.12 Abuja City Centre development All issues pertaining to encumbrance ofthe land have been resolved, Conceptdesign is ready.PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT28
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPROJECTS ACHIEVEMENTS13 Institutionalization of AIIC as PPP ResourceCentre of the FCT AdministrationConceptual design for the project hasbeen completed.15 Upgrade of the Utako Motor Park Negotiations to compensate the presentoccupants of the park have beenconcluded.16 Efficient waste collection in the FederalCapital Territory.Ministerial support/backing17 Construction of Public Toilets in 28 Sites withFCCThe Design of Toilet Completed18 Centenary City Project at Wawa District Survey Completed while Detailed Landuse in Planning progress19 Aerotropolis project Survey Completed while Detailed Landuse in Planning progressPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT29
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS$ 200 Million of Infrastructure cost$1.6 billion of Industries Development177 plots of land for petrochemical, agro-allied, furniture and textilemanufacturing sectorsIndependent power plant40,000 skilled and unskilled jobs30PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENTABUJA INDUSTRIAL PARK
    • 31PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSVIDEOPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPLAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT31
    • MandatePROVISION OF SERVICES TOTHE FCT RESIDENTS32
    • 1 28 New schools were established85 schools made up of both public and private were accredited2 1,553 Classrooms completed107 Private Schools have been given permission to commence academic activities3 29 learners graduated from the Vocational Training Centers4 Training of 400 adult learners in the acquisition of different skills that willempower them to be self reliant5 22,468 pupils/students who were indigenes and indigent were given educationalassistance to the tune of N404,865,000.006 UNFPA also supported the empowerment of 53 learners in skill acquisitiontraining7 120 Mathematics Teachers have been trained8 Work at the International Technical &Vocational Institute Utako has reached 58%9 12 Science Labs and 2 Intro Technology Labs were constructed in Junior SecondarySchools10 1,375 Sets of furniture were provided for Primary and Junior Secondary SchoolsPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSEDUCATION SERVICES33
    • 11 1,308,780 pupils/students and teachesr textbooks and instructional materials wereprovided12 2,500 Teachers were recruited for Basic and Senior Secondary Schools13 Teacher Training & DevelopmentTrainings were carried out for 6,911 heads of schools & teachers in various areas forimproved teaching and learning outcomes14 Special Needs EducationProvision of 20 specialized instructional materials/equipment: Braille Machine, Thermophones, Audiometer, Embosser, Computers with special software, Braille papers, WheelChairs and Physiotherapy equipment .18-Seater Bus was also provided to each of the 3 special needs schools15 6no. classrooms, 7no. staff quarters, landscaping, boys hostel, fence, drainages, & sportingfacilities at School for the Handicapped, Jabi16 2no. Staff quarters, play ground, landscaping and drainages at School for the Blind, Jabi.17 Provision of 16 water system toilets with overhead tanks for Junior Secondary Schools18 10 Libraries with a capacity to accommodate 140 pupils/students each were constructed,furnished and equipped in both Junior and Senior Secondary schoolsPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSEDUCATION SERVICES34
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDJSS Jikwoyi 2011 SAGE ChampionsJunior Secondary School Jikwoyi took first position in all competitions organizedby the Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE). Theschool is now four times world Champion (Ukraine 2007, Nigeria 2008 & Brazil2009), and USA (2011).Science & Tech AwardsPromotion of science & technology in schools has earned FCT many laurels: 1stposition in Nigerian Institute of Physics Competition, 1st position in the worldspace week completion, 1st position in the NNPC National Science completionEDUCATION SERVICES35
    • Indicator 20122013(Actual as at May.)Indicator 1 Gross EnrolmentRatio•Early Child Care•Primary•Junior Secondary•Senior Secondary27.5%64.1%67.9%44.0%31.7%64.2%72.2%32.6%Indicator 2Retention:•Primary•Junior Secondary•Senior97.7%98.2%96.2%97.7%98.2%96.2%Indicator 3Pupil/Student Teacher Ratio•Primary•Junior Secondary•Senior Secondary1:241:191:141:251:201:14Indicator 4Pupil/Student- Core SubjectTeacher Ratio•Basic•Senior Secondary1:1031:521:1031:52Indicator 5% of examination passes inWAECNECO38.2% 38.2%36EDUCATION SERVICEPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED36
    • Indicator20122013(Actual as atMay.)Indicator 6Pupil/Student-ClassroomRatio•Primary•JSS•SSS1:451:551:441:461:571:45Indicator 7Pupil/Student-Toilet Ratio•Primary•JSS•SSS1:1221:551:561:1261:1801:58Indicator 8% PassRate(JSCE)•BECE 94.4% 94.4%37EDUCATION SERVICEPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED37
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSHEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICESSN SERVICES PROVIDED 2011 2013 OVERALLPROGRESS1. CONSTRUCTION OF 60 BED COTTAGE HOSPITAL ATGWAGWALADA10% 35%2. CONSTRUCTION OF 60 BED COTTAGE HOSPITAL AT KARSHIAND SHERE1% 30%3. CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF 220-BED UTAKOHOSPITAL6% 59%4. EXPANSION AND REHABILITATION OF ASOKORO , MAITAMA,WUSE ,ABAJI, BWARI, GWARINPA, KUBWA AND NYANYAHOSPITALS.35% 80%5. BWARI HOSPITAL 1% 35%6. HOSTEL BLOCK FOR SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY 30% 70%7. NUMBER OF CHILDREN IMMUNIZED 438,511 476,2348. PROGRESS STATUS OF OUTPATIENT ATTENDANCE INSECONDARY CARE FACILITIES.654,553 720,0089. PROGRESS STATUS OF OUTPATIENT ATTENDANCE TO THEPRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES80,834 88,93410 Mailafiya Prototype Primary HealthCare Clusters 20 5238
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDPPP in Health and Human Services•Karu Hospital•Garki HospitalFree Health Programs•Free Antenatal Care (Total of 306,322 women seen between 2011 and 2013)•Free Under 5 program (68% have access to healthcare services)•Mailafiya program (87,653 patients seen)•Community Based Health Insurance Scheme (10,000 enrollees)Under 5 mortality rate, per 1000 live births (150/1000)Maternal mortality ratio per 100,000 live births (211/100,000)HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES39
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDMailafiya is giving free healthcare to over 336 communities in 52 clustersMailafiya has 20 prototype PHC completed and operational in communities.10 prototype PHC facilities are at various stages of completion .22 additional PHCs are being procured.Mailafiya has won the 2013 prestigious United Nations Public Service ExcellenceAwardCommunity Based Health Insurance Scheme (CBHIS) Pilot Scheme hascommenced in 60 FCT rural communities in the Territory.The Scheme currently has over 10,000 enrollees, the enrollees pay only N1,500while the Government pays N13,500 as a capitation fund. Over N350m has beeninvested by FCTA.HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES40
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSCITY MANAGEMENT SERVICESS/NO LIST OF SERVICES 2011 20131.Applications for building Plans approval. 942 1,4892. Complete setting-out approvals granted tocommence development1065 3413. Illegal structures removed in and around theFederal Capital City (FCC)6447 7,2474. Internally generated revenue. N2,662,752,299.27 N3,209,055,390.195. Digitization of building plan approval processachieved.The Software waslaunched in July201280%6. Improvement in the performance of streetlights80% 88%7. Propagation of trees by the two nurseryplants.50,000 250,00041
    • 42ACTIVITIES Jan 2012 to May 20131 No. of Land applications received14,0352 No. of Land allocations made 5,5403 No of Certificates of Occupancy executed 8,8704 No. of Titles Reinstated (including May 2007Allocations)3,8145 No. of Consents for Assignment granted 5206 No. of Powers of Attorney registered 6127 No. of double/multiple allocations resolved 1838 No. of Certified True Copies (CTC) of landdocuments issued187PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSCITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    • 43ACTIVITIES Jan 2012 to May 20139 No of legal searches on titles 2,61110 No of consent to Mortgages granted 12511 No of Deed of release of Mortgagesregistered2512 No of Plot Sub-divisions, Merger andextensions granted2313 No of Sub-leases registered 914 No. of Quarry leases and permits granted 615 No. of tittles Revoked for previouscommitments, Court Judgments andOverriding public interest3016 No. of fake titles identified and cancelled 6517 No. of falsified title documents intercepted 52PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSCITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDa) Reduction in the proliferation of illegal squatter settlementb) Fast tracking the building plan approval processc) Protection of the environmental and eco system in the FCTd) Improved security at Parks and Gardens through Solar lights installationsin selected parkse) Enhancing the aesthetic and security of the FCT through functional streetlightsf) Five (5) minutes response to fire out break containment by the FCT FireService, thus saving life and propertyCITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES44
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICESS/NO SOCIAL SERVICES1 Sustained surveillance, evacuation, rehabilitation and repatriationof over 4,800 destitute.2 35 mentally-ill persons (among the destitute apprehended) weretreated in neuro-psychiatric hospital in Kaduna, 10 of them havefully recovered, rehabilitated and reunited with their families.3 Organised a medical and rehabilitation outreach programme forover 500 elderly persons in FCT.4 1,800 Child-hawkers/beggar and street-kids were apprehended andlater released to their parents/guardians after thoroughcounselling,5 Over 60 street-kids and child-hawkers were enrolled into primaryschools by their parents/guardians.6 25 young physically-challenged persons currently in BwariVocational & Rehabilitation Centre45
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICESS/NO SOCIAL SERVICES7 100 indigent patients, abandoned babies, unidentified and unconsciousaccident victims, traumatized and abused (rape) cases were supportedand rehabilitated8 3,000 Commercial Sex Workers were apprehended and evacuated fromtheir flash-points in FCC9 300 of them are undergoing further rehabilitation programme in the FCTWomen Rehabilitation Centre, Sabon-Lugbe, in various vocational trades10 The first batch of 50 trainees had already graduated and passed-out on6th October, 201111 90 family cases were settled and re-union of 38 children with familymembers12 A new Synthetic Basketball Court at Area 10 Sports Complex has beencompleted13 A Squash Hall also being constructed at the complex is at its final stageof completion.46
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICESS/NO SOCIAL SERVICES16 Refurbishing of Ushaffa Pottery Centre at Ushaffa in Bwari Area Council,a Training Centre for women and Youth as well as a Tourist Centre.17 Development of Taruga Archeological Site, a major Tourist site in the FCTlocated in the Municipal Area Council.18 Creation of State of the Art Cultural Parks and Gardens which includeSculptural, Horticultural Artistic, Ecological and Nature Parks within theFCT.19 Renovation of NYSC Camp47
    • Performance Indicator 2012 to May2013No. of graduated Youthequipped with skills throughvocational training 1500% No of PhysicallyChallenged personsRehabilitated andempowered.800% Reduction in Socialmenace in FCT45%No of advocacysensitization undertaken4548PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSPerformance Indicator 2012 to May2013No of womeneconomicallyempowered4000No of Artifact retrieved.8% Increase in No. ofCultural Performance 55%WHAT WE HAVE DELIVEREDSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICE48
    • 49PROVISION OF SERVICESPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSVIDEO49
    • MandateWEALTH CREATION ANDPOVERTY REDUCTION50
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO SERVICES1 FCT Integrated Farm Center at Bwari modeled after Songhai farmcentre, Port Novo Council (at 30% completion).2 Establishment of Fish Farm estate in Bwari to cater for fish farmers3 Fadama III Project Implementation (115 communities reached)4 Established a Meat Haulage Programme (procured 20 Vans)5 Artificial insemination Centre at Paikon-Kore Gwagwalada (70%completion)6 FCT Fogging Exercise against Vector PestWEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION51
    • PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSS/NO SERVICES7 Tractor Ownership Scheme for distribution at 50% subsidy8 FCT Anti-Rabies Disease Control Programme (2,846 dogsimmunized)9 Dry season irrigation activity (jobs for 6,000 households)10 FCT Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme (N414.8mdistributed to 1,171 farmers)11 Growth Enhancement Support (111,276 farmersregistered)12 Establishment of Kwali Micro Finance BankWEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION52
    • Performance Indicator 2012(PlannedTarget)2012(Actual as atDec.)% of population belowN150/day39% 25.87%# of jobs created throughagricultural activities32,000 30,757# of Jobs created throughempowering communities6,000 3,220Volume of livestockproduction (mt)9.4mt 7.4mt# of empowered populationengaged in profitablefarming enterprise67,000farmers58,000 farmers53PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTIONWHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED
    • PerformanceIndicator2012 (PlannedTarget)2012(Actual as at Dec.)% in productivity(yield/Ha)47.2% 52.30%Ha of farm landcultivated20,000 ha 41, 000# of metric tonsof grainsproduced227,100mt 214, 689mt# of metric tonsof tubersproduced521,750mt 461, 55654PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTIONWHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED
    • PerformanceIndicator2012(PlannedTarget)2012 (Actualas at Dec.)# of lives tocks (herds)produced (millions)9.45m 6.5m# of fish produced(mt)12,000mt 2, 500mt# of youth andwomen trained underskills acquisitionprogrammes2,997 4, 707# of Jobs created byFCT SURE-P7,50055PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSWEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTIONWHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED
    • 56PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTSVIDEOWEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION56
    • MandatePROVISION OF SAFE & SECUREENVIRONMENT57
    •  Logistic Support to SecurityAgencies.• Procurement and distributionof 114 operational vehicles tovarious Security Agencies inthe Territory, fitted with latestcommunication and securitygadget.• Construction of additional 11no. Police Posts and 3 no. PoliceStations across the FederalCapital City, all in a bid tocontrol crimes.58PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    •  Regional Security Outfit Sustaining the tempo of theRegional Security outfit known asG7 Security Summit. founded in 2007 for the Territoryand its contiguous states. The Security initiative isdesigned to combat insecuritythrough joint collaboration. The incidence of highway crimewithin the contiguous states hasreduced substantially. 2 meetings of G7 were held in2012.59PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    •  Use of Informants(Layers) The use of informant (layers) in all sixArea Councils has yielded tremendousresults. Apprehension of bandits and significantrecovery of arms and ammunition. Public Enlightenment/Call Centres The Security Department in the secondand last quarter of 2012 published andcirculated to the public a documentcontaining telephone help lines foremergency contacts. Call Centre has been reinforced withadequate personnel and channels foreasy response to distress calls.60PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    •  351 suspected armed robbers arrested. Several criminal hideouts/shanties wereraided in various locations in Abuja. 753 stolen vehicles recovered. Over 2000 Kilograms of substancessuspected to be Indian Hemp and otherhard drugs recovered. 65 drug addicts were rehabilitated and 19are still undergoing rehabilitation.61PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    • 627533020181351843 0 8 1 0 0 11625120100200300400500600700800CarSnatch/TheftHouseRobberyBankRobberyFoiledRobberyArmRobbersArrestedDrugPossessionTerrorismCulpableHomicideKidnappingFoiledArsonReligiousCrisesAssassinationStudentUnrestFraudImmigrantSummary of Crime Statistics in FCT from Jan -Dec 2012TotalPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    • CHART SHOWING COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CRIMESTATISTICS BETWEEN 2011 AND 2012.63010020030040050060070080090010007533020181351843 0 8 1 0 0 11425129105450196018723311 3 0 4 1113020122011PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS SECURITY
    •  Effective waste collection and treatment serviceswithin the FCC. 18 No. waste collection consultants engaged. 13 Districts concessional for waste collection. Park and Charge on PPP initiated. 28 additional compacting trucks to enhancewaste collection. 2 addition Master Canal Flushers. Purchase of Ro-Ro Trucks and Bins to Servicehigh waste generating premises and high activityareas such as motor parks, markets & villagesaround the city. Introduction of regular premises sanitaryinspections as against previous monthlyenvironmental sanitation.64PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS ENVIRONMENT
    • Carried out Clean and Green initiatives in conjunction with the Six Area Councils of FCTanchored by STDA to mop – up refuse dumps in Satellite Towns of the Six Area Councils.Other activities include: Cleaning and evacuation of waste in the Six Area Councils and capital towns ofKuje, Abaji, Kwali, Bwari, Gwagwalada and Municipal Desiltation of 170km of the major road drainages in the Six Area Councils’ capitaltowns to prevent annual flooding and breeding places for pathogens/vectors Concluded the Licensing of 22 lots Pilot Scheme on waste evacuation in SatelliteTowns to keep the Satellite Towns waste/ refuse free.65PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS ENVIRONMENT
    •  Sensitisation andAdvocacy Programs inthe Six Area Council tofoster attitudinal changeand create awarenessin Environmentalsanitation and PublicHealth66PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS ENVIRONMENT
    •  Planting of Avenue trees atregular interval of the Nyanya –Karshi road to beautify it(24km) Establishment of Plant Nursery inPegi for raising of assortedseedlings for various treePlanting Programmes. So far, atotal of 20,000 seedlings wereraisedwithin the period underreview. Beautification and metal fencingof Karu interchange, andcleaning of Zuba and NyanyaInterchanges.67PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS ENVIRONMENT
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    • CHALLENGES69
    •  LEGISLATION Bill for the Establishment of FCT Board of Internal Revenue Bill to formally establish FCT Public Service Commission Bill to Provide for the Establishment of Abuja Transport Authority DEMOGRAPHICS Urbanization growing at the ratio of 9:1 Population increase as a result of birth Migration from other States to FCT, in search of greener pasture RESETTLEMENT AND COMPENSATIONPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS CHALLENGES70
    •  INFRASTRUCTURE DEFICIT The demographics has shown the need for Abuja as an emergingCity to address the Infrastructure deficit. FUNDING Inadequate Budget appropriation to meet the timeline for theexecution of the projects. Our outstanding liabilities for ongoingprojects in 2012 stood at N420bn.PROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS CHALLENGES71
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    • ABUJA IS WORKINGTHANK YOU FOR LISTENINGPROGRESS /ACHIEVEMENTS73