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  • 1. SUBSIDY REINVESTMENT AND EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME PROGRESS REPORT MINISTERIAL PLATFORM JULY, 2013 By Nze Akachukwu Nwankpo, Secretary SURE-P
  • 2. H.E. Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCFR President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
  • 3. H.E. ARC. Mohammed Namadi Sambo GCON Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  • 4. Dr. Christopher Kolade CON Chairman, SURE-P
  • 5. Gen Martin Luther Agwai (rtd) Deputy Chairman, SURE-P
  • 6. Nze Akachukwu Nwankpo ksj Secretary, SURE-P Special Adviser to President on Tech. Matters
  • 7. SURE-P INTERVENTION CATEGORIES • Category 1 – Infrastructure Development Projects • Roads and Bridges • Niger Delta (East – West) Rd • Railway • Category 2 – Social Safety Net Programmes • Community Service, Women & Youth Empowerment Programme (Includes Graduate Internship Scheme) • Maternal Child Health (MCH) • Mass Transit • Public Works (Ferma) • Vocational Training • Culture and Tourism
  • 8. SURE-P • 21-member Committee established February 13, 2012, • Manages the Federal Government’s 41% share of the savings from the partial reduction of subsidies on petroleum products. • Focused on critical infrastructure projects and social safety net programmes that will directly and positively impact on the people. • Started receiving funds from July 2012. Project funds housed in CBN, Administrative funds kept in commercial bank.
  • 9. SURE-P PROCESS • Infrastructure Projects • Proper Project Management • Effective contractor supervision • Prompt payment of contractors for certified completed work • Social Safety Net Programmes • Project Design and Management • Supervision of Project Implementation Unit in MDAs • Prompt Cash Transfer to the PIUs
  • 10. Roads, Bridges and Railways Abuja- Lokoja (197km) Benin – Ore road (293km) Kano – Maiduguri road (544km) Onitsha – enugu (157km) 2ND NIGER BRIDGE (2km) Loko – oweto bridge (2km) NIGER DELTA EAST - WEST ROAD SECTIONS I – IV (338km) Railways Lagos-Jebba Rail Line PH – Maiduguri Rail Line Jeba – Kano Rail Line Abuja – Kaduna Rail Line Infrastructure Development Project
  • 11. Financial Information Abuja – Lokoja (SECTION I-IV) Section I (43Km) Contract 5862 Awarded July 2006 Section II(55Km) Contract 5863 Awarded July 2006 Section III(49Km) Contract 5884 Awarded Sept 2006 Section IV(50Km) Contract 5885 Awarded Sept 2006 Total Contract Sum (Nbillion) 28.8 (6yrs) 31.2 25.8 31.087 116.887 SURE-P Budget 2012 (Nbillion) 7.5 7.5 5.00 5.000 25.000 SURE-P Amount Paid 2012 (Nbillion) 6.829 7.50 3.29 1.392 19.011 SURE-P Budget 2013 (Nbillion) 5.250 8.00 6.50 5.250 25.000 SURE-P Amount Paid 2013 (Nbillion) 0.987 3.539 1.693 0.839 7.049 Percentage Completion Before SURE-P 38.00% 38.00% 16.06% 16.28% N/A Percentage Completion to date SURE-P 63.80% 73.72% 30.97% 22.26% N/A 11
  • 12. Abuja – Lokoja Road Gwagwalada Bridge
  • 13. Financial Information Kano – Maiduguri (SECTION I-V) Section I(102km): Contract 5878 Sept 2006 Section II(118): Contract 5879 Sept 2006 Section III(96): Contract 5880 Sept 2006 Section IV(96): Contract 5881 Section V(132): Contract 5869 Contract Sum (Nbillion) 55.122 65.315 45.181 51.903 67.795 SURE-P Budget 2012 (Nbillion) 4.0 4.00 4.00 4.000 4.000 SURE-P Amount Paid 2012 (Nbillion) 3.714 4.00 3.194 4.000 4.000 SURE-P Budget 2013 (Nbillion) 6.000 7.00 6.30 6.000 6.200 SURE-P Amount Paid 2013 (Nbillion) 3.338 1.541 2.655 3.152 3.158 Percentage Completion Before SURE-P 33.33% 51.02% 48.07% 31.82% 36.32% Percentage Completion to date SURE-P 36.25% 46.88% 53.80% 47.44% 40.62%13
  • 14. Financial Information Benin-Ore -Shagamu(SECTION I-V) Phase I(36km): Contract 6000 May 2009 Phase II(76km): Contract 5900 Dec 2009 Phase III(83km) Contract 6133 Dec 2012 Sect II(98km) Contract 6012 May 2009 Contract Sum (Nbillion) 12.64(3yrs) 24.266 65.223 2.498 SURE-P Budget 2012 (Nbillion) 6.0 6.00 0.00 10.50 SURE-P Amount Paid 2012 (Nbillion) 1.843 4.510 9.317 0.00 SURE-P Budget 2013 (Nbillion) 7.800 5.20 7.80 - SURE-P Amount Paid 2013 (Nbillion) 0.00 0.00 3.630 - Percentage Completion Before SURE-P 75.11% 55.61% 0.00% 98% Percentage Completion to date SURE-P 98.20% 90.84% 17.00% 98% 14
  • 15. Financial Information Onitsha – Enugu (Phase I-II) , 2nd Niger Bridge, Loko-Oweto Bridge Phase I Sect I (52km): Contract 5929 Awarded April 2009 Phase II Sect I (49km): Contract 5929A Awarded Dec 2009 Section II(56km): Contract 5988 Awarded May 2009 Oju/Loko-Oweto Bridge (2km)C/No.6108 Oct 2011 2nd NIGER BRIDGE AT ONITSHA (2km) Ongoing Bpp process - JB Contract Sum (Nbillion) 5.092 (3yrs) 4.613 7.251 36.118 - SURE-P Budget 2012 (Nbillion) 3.0 2.00 3.00 5.00 5 SURE-P Amount Paid 2012 (Nbillion) 0.392 0.434 0.393 0.917 0.00 SURE-P Budget 2013 (Nbillion) 2.000 3.00 2.00 10.00 7 SURE-P Amount Paid 2013 (Nbillion) 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.151 0.00 Percentage Completion Before SURE-P 26.10% 8.61% 33.00% 0.00% - Percentage Completion to date SURE-P 36.66% 14.66% 45.00% 13.68% -
  • 16. Ongoing Roads and Bridges Projects Across the Nation
  • 17. Financial Information EAST - WEST ROAD (SECTION I-IV) Section I (87km): Contract 5867 Section II- I(101km): Contract ID/09/03 Section II-II: Contract ID/09/02 Section III(99km): Contract 5882 Section IV (51km): Contract 5883 Contract Sum (Nbillion) 112.166 84.759 48.973 66.459 37.509 SURE-P Budget 2012 (Nbillion) 4.700 5.000 8.000 4.000 SURE-P Amount Paid 2012 (Nbillion) 4.700 2.290 2.385 7.739 0.403 SURE-P Budget 2013 (Nbillion) 11.670 18.00 <- 8.600 4.000 SURE-P Amount Paid 2013 (Nbillion) 6.724 1.918 1.318 4.240 0.879 Percentage Completion Before SURE-P 52.21% 23.17% 18.21% 73.44% 53.55% Percentage Completion to date SURE-P 66.52% 28.92% 27.31% 86.81% 58.45% 17
  • 18. East – West Road
  • 19. PROGRESS/OPERATION REPORT FOR RAILWAYS PROJECT S/No PROJECT CONTRACTOR PROGRESS BEFORE SURE-P INTERVENTIO N PROGRESS AS AT JUL 2013 ORIGINAL CONTRACT SUM AMOUNT PAID TO DATE BY SURE-P REMARKS 1 Lagos-Jebba Rehabilitation Costain West Africa 100% N12.293bn N11.6Bn Funded the completion of Western Line that enabled Train movement from Lagos-Kano 2 PH - Makurdi Railway Rehabilitation Project Esser W.A 25% 42% N19.165bn N3.482Bn Contractor fully on- site and achieving significant improvement with steady funding 3 Makurdi - Kanfanchan - Kuru - Jos & Kanfanchan - Kaduna Junction Railway Rehabilitation Project Messrs CGGC 6% 30% N19.165bn N3.758Bn Contractor fully on- site and achieving significant improvement with steady funding 4 Kuru - Maiduguri Railway Rehabilitation Project LINGO 5% 14% N23.720bn N2.522Bn Contractor fully on- site and achieving significant improvement with steady funding 19
  • 20. 20 PROGRESS/OPERATION REPORT FOR RAILWAYS PROJECT S/No PROJECT CONTRACTOR PROGRESS BEFORE SURE-P INTERVENT ION PROGRESS AS AT JUL 2013 ORIGINAL CONTRACT SUM AMOUNT PAID TO DATE BY SURE-P REMARKS 5 Abuja (Idu) - Kaduna Railway Modernisation Project CCECC 35% 65% N136.39bn N6.457Bn (Contractor) N794Mn (Consultant) Project completion fast tracked to present level of 65% 6 Design, Supply and Installation of Signaling on the Eastern Line (Port Harcourt - Maiduguri) Ansaldo 5% 40% N5.6bn N502,423,809.6 3 7 Jebba- Kano Addendum Yet to be awarded 20
  • 21. Lagos – Kano Rail Line – 100% Commissioned Dec. 2012
  • 22. Abuja – Kaduna Rail line 65%
  • 23. Community Service Scheme • CSWYE through the Community Service Scheme (CSS) has engaged One Hundred and Nineteen thousand (119,000) beneficiaries spread across various communities in the country. • This number is made up of over Eight Thousand (8000) beneficiaries that were deployed in twelve states during the Pilot stage. • Three Thousand ( 3, 000) beneficiaries were also deployed in each of the state of the country and FCT apart from Plateau state which has Two Thousand, Two Hundred and Seventy Two (2,272) beneficiaries. The remaining Seven Hundred and Twenty Eight beneficiaries for Plateau is expected to be deployed by middle of August 2013. Social Safety Net Programmes
  • 24. Community Service Scheme • These beneficiaries who are deployed in communities where they come from are engaged in different community services thereby helping in maintaining social infrastructure in these communities. • Each of these beneficiaries is paid monthly stipend of Ten Thousand (N10,000) naira which is a form of social safety net for the beneficiaries. • The Scheme spends about N1.2Billion every month to pay the beneficiaries their monthly stipends.
  • 25. Graduate Internship Scheme • This Scheme which hopes to provide mentorship and upgrade the skills of Nigerian graduate has at today engaged One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Three (1,823) Interns. • These Interns are currently being mentored and provided some skills by various firms across the country. • The interns presently are being paid a monthly stipend of N18, 000.
  • 26. CSS Stakeholder Engagement CSS Beneficiaries At Work
  • 27. MCH Infrastructure & Human Resource of Health • In 2012, in collaboration with State and Local Government authorities, we selected 500 Primary Health Care Centres (PHC) and 125 General Hospitals (GH) across the 36 states of the country and FCT. • So far, Construction of 313 boreholes are ongoing at the PHCs • Renovation of 74 PHCs are Ongoing • Contracting Process concluded for 336 PHCs. • Recruited 6,630 health care workers comprising of ; – 1,304 midwives; – 2,254 community health extension workers (CHEWs); and – 3,072 female village health workers (VHWs)
  • 28. • In 2013, We are adding 700 PHCs to the 500 of 2012, and 175 GHs to the 125 of 2012. • Additional 700 PHCs -> Total = 1,200 PHCs • Additional 175 GHs -> Total = 300 GHs • Additional 1,500 midwives -> Total = 2,804 • Additional 2,800 CHEWs -> Total = 5,054 • Additional 4,200 VHWs -> Total = 7,272
  • 29. MCH Midwives and CHEWs
  • 30. Drugs, Kits and Equipment • The 500 PHCs and 125 GHs across the country were supplied cumulatively with 1.8Billion naira worth of Drugs, Mama Kits, VHW kits, health commodities and medical equipments. • 600Million naira worth of Buffer stock for Drugs, Mama Kits, VHW kits, health commodities have been procured and stored in zonal medical stores to stamp out “out of stock syndrome”.
  • 31. MCH Outcome • Growing number of health workers are now providing quality antenatal, skilled birth delivery and postnatal services to pregnant women and their babies in SURE-P facilities across the country. • 223,786 pregnant women have received antenatal care services in SURE-P MCH supported facilities • 28,435 deliveries have been taken by skilled birth attendants in these same facilities • 19,514 new acceptors of family planning have been recorded in these same facilities
  • 32. Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) • We have successfully launched the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) Pilot Programme in Health Centre FCT. This will pay beneficiaries Five thousand Naira (N5,000) • In 5 primary health care (PHC) centres in FCT, a total of 2,150 beneficiaries have been enrolled into the programme as at 30th June, 2013 as follows: • Inauguration of State CCT Steering Committees has occurred in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and 8 pilot states namely Anambra, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Niger, Ogun and Zamfara States • Beneficiaries are now being enrolled in the pilot PHC facilities in the 8 other pilot states
  • 33. MASS TRANSIT • The SURE-P funds for Mass Transit is managed by The Infrastructure Bank (TIB), they are responsible for monitoring the loans and payment to suppliers and operators. • Total Number of Buses – 809 valued at 9.1Billion Naira • Total Number of Transport Operators – 19 • Sector – Private from six geo- political zones of Nigeria, including Abuja and Lagos. • SURE-P released to Infrastructure Bank – 8.9Billion Naira
  • 34. FERMA/ PUBLIC WORKS 1. Presently active on 40 Federal Roads :- across all states of the Federation 2. Currently engaging 12,400 (10,000 workmen, 2400 Supervisors) young Nigerians from neighbouring communities of selected roads 4. District (Community)Roads Maintenance Programme – Currently implementing pilot scheme in 3 states (Anambra, Kano, Zamfara) employing 20 Supervisors 500 workmen, 500km of roads in each State 5. Budget: N4 Billion (January – June 2012) N4 Billion (July – December 2013)
  • 35. TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) Effective Start Date: May 27, 2013 • Annual Budget N8.6billion Achievements to Date: • Received applications from 44,000 youths for skills training. • Undertook infrastructure assessment visits to 8 FG Institutions •.Plans for 2013: 1. Conclude all rehabilitation works in all the 8 Federal Government Training Centers 3. Equip and retool the 8 Federal Government training Centers by September, 2013. 4. Conclude training of 6,250 client based Trainees by end of 2013 in the following client centers including NRC, NAPTIN, FERMA, 5. Commence training of 8000 youth through the citizens based component of the TVET program by August, 2013
  • 36. • CULTURE AND TOURISM For 2013, SURE-P plans on intervening in Culture and Tourism Planning Phase – 50% Social Safety Net Programmes
  • 37. MONITORING & EVALUATION OF SURE-P PROJECTS & PROGRAMMES SURE-P has a robust institutional framework for ensuring the quality and value for money aspect of its interventions in Infrastructure Projects and Social Safety Net Programmes. The SURE-P M&E Team works closely with the National Planning Commission (M&E Department) and supported by DFID consultants, to ensure that all SURE-P interventions are accorded the necessary scrutiny to meet required standards of project and programme delivery. Through this partnership, the Nigerian Taxpayer can be confident that SURE-P is at the fore-front of enabling the transformation of public sector service delivery and maximizing value for money.