Closed Compact Report: Mozambique Compact | March 2015

Coordination and Partnerships

With a recognition that construction on the 253 kilometers of road would not be completed by the September 2013 compact end, the Government of Mozambique provided additional funding of $10 million in July 2013 to cover expected post-compact construction and project management costs. Following the compact’s closure, the Government of Mozambique allocated another $20 million, for a total government contribution of $30 million. These additional funds were provided to cover expected final costs associated with the Road Project, which included outstanding construction and project management costs, as well as funding to cover construction-related claims. Following the compact’s closure, the Government worked with the World Bank to identify financing and construction opportunities for the Nacala Water Supply activity, which was terminated as a result of a poorly performing contractor.