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          Uganda: New Responses to the Refugee Crisis: Promises and Challenges in Uganda, A case study of World Bank financing for refugee-hosting nations      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: International Rescue Committee
Country: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda

Executive Summary

Uganda, in many ways, is ground zero for new global initiatives to address large-scale, protracted displacement. It has hosted refugees from neighboring countries for decades, and today hosts the largest refugee population in Africa.

At the 2016 Leaders’ Summit on Refugees and Migrants, Uganda doubled down on its progressive refugee policies, which allow refugees to work, go to school and access land. It opted to be the first country to pilot the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework of the New York Declaration. And it is among the first countries to receive financing through a new sub-window of the World Bank’s 18th replenishment of its International Development Association (IDA18), created to provide additional concessional financing to low-income countries hosting large numbers of refugees. Together, these commitments, framework and financing offer immense potential to meaningfully improve the lives of refugees and Ugandan host communities.

All eyes are on Uganda as an early adopter of these new tools and funding. How will World Bank-funded projects be balanced with existing humanitarian interventions for refugees—which are extensive in Uganda? How will the Bank interact with the complex set of actors, including the government, UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), non-governmental actors (NGOs), civil society, and refugees themselves? Will the Bank adapt its projects or move forward with business as usual in these unique contexts? Will the Bank’s initiatives encourage other donors to provide multiyear financing and support long-term solutions for refugees and host communities?

This case study starts to answer these questions by examining Uganda’s recent policy approaches and initiatives that respond to refugee and host populations. Although it is still early days, observations so far suggest mixed results. The Government’s willingness to engage with these new platforms and maintain its progressive refugee policies, especially in the face of global actors retreating from their share in the responsibility for responding to refugee crises, is impressive and important.

However, early concerns about implementation have been, in some instances, validated. While the World Bank’s financing and CRRF are “pulling in the same direction”, there are no formal agreed on outcomes and no formal linkages between the funding and the framework. The process for making decisions about policies and programs have seemingly marginalizes NGOs and refugees themselves, even though there are new structures meant to give them a voice. And most Bank-funded projects in the pipeline piggyback on existing Bank programs, bringing refugees into projects that were already in train; it is unclear to what extent these projects will adapt to reflect refugees’ experiences.

Based on these observations, this case study offers recommendations for the Government of Uganda, donors like the World Bank, UNHCR and other stakeholders. It calls on the Government to foster better coordination and collaboration between different levels of government and to lead on simplifying and aligning decision-making processes for the CRRF implementation and World Bank financing. It recommends the World Bank and UNHCR develop more deliberate consultative process to include a broader range of actors; help bring other development actors to the table; and to work with partners to identify a clear set of outcomes they want to achieve with the new financing and frameworks. It suggests NGOs more proactively engage with the World Bank to share their expertise and help shape program and policy decisions based on their years of working with refugees.


          Kenya: Kenya: Kakuma New Arrival Registration Trends 2018 (as of 31 October 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Angola, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Yemen, Zimbabwe


          Kenya: Kenya: Kalobeyei Settlement Population Statistics by Country of Origin, Sex and Age Group (as of 31 October 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania


          Kenya: Kenya: Kakuma and Kalobeyei Population Statistics by Country of Origin, Sex and Age Group (as of 31 October 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Angola, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Niger, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Yemen, Zimbabwe


          Kenya: Kenya: Kakuma Camp Population Statistics by Country of Origin, Sex and Age Group (as of 31 October 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Niger, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Yemen, Zimbabwe


          World: Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health Annual Report      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Country: Benin, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Japan, Kenya, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritania, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Viet Nam, World, Zambia

Animal health emergencies continue to erupt around the world at an ever-increasing pace. Increased global travel, human migration and informal trade of animals and animal products continue to intensify the risk of disease spread. Infectious diseases and other animal health threats have the potential to move rapidly within a country or around the world leading to severe socio-economic and public health consequences. For zoonoses that develop the ability for human to human transmission, an early response to an animal health emergency could prevent the next pandemic. As the demands continue to evolve for effective and efficient management of animal diseases, including emerging diseases and zoonoses, the Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC-AH) continues to evolve and keep pace with the global demands, adding value to Member States of FAO.

Building on the first eleven years of success, the Centre rebranded its platform in 2018 as EMC-AH, with the full support of the Crisis Management Centre for Animal Health Steering Committee in November 2017. The new name reflects the modernization of the platform and new way of working to better address the needs of the future. Further, the inaugural EMC-AH strategic action plan 2018 2022 released in June 2018 clearly states the vision, mission, and core functions of EMC AH for the coming five years with the aim of reducing the impact of animal health emergencies.

EMC AH’s annual report reflects EMC AH’s new way of working under its strategic action plan and addresses EMC AH performance and actions for the twelve-month period of November 2017-October 2018. During the reporting period, EMC AH contributed to strengthening resilience of livelihoods to animal health-related emergencies and zoonoses through the core pillars of its strategic action plan: preparedness, response, incident coordination, collaboration and resource mobilization. The annual report illustrates EMC-AH’s commitment to transparency and accountability.

FAO’s Member States have an ongoing need for a holistic and sustainable international platform that provides the necessary tools and interventions inclusive of animal health emergency management. EMC-AH strategic action plan requires a substantial commitment of resources to implement the full range of proposed activities, and EMC-AH must maintain key personnel essential to carry out its objectives and components of the 2016-2019 FAO Strategic Framework that addresses increased resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises (Strategic Programme five [SP5]).

As a joint platform of FAO’s Animal Health Service and Emergency Response and Resilience Team, and in close collaboration with related partners and networks, EMC-AH is appropriately positioned to provide renewed leadership, coordination and action for global animal health emergencies.


          Kenya: Jambojet to Fly to Mogadishu and Bujumbura      Cache   Translate Page      
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Airways Chief Executive Sebastian Mikosz has said local carrier Jambojet will start flying to Somali and Burundi as part of its plan to grow its regional presence.
           HOTUBA YA MAPENDEKEZO YA MPANGO WA MAENDELEO WA TAIFA NA MWONGOZO WA MAANDALIZI YA MPANGO NA BAJETI YA MWAKA 2019/20       Cache   Translate Page      

Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango Mhe. Dkt. Philip Mpango (Mb), akiwasilisha Bungeni Jijini Dodoma, Mapendekezo ya Mpango wa Maendeleo wa taifa na Mwongozo wa Maandalizi ya Mpango na Bajeti ya Mwaka 2019/2020.
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HOTUBA YA WAZIRI WA FEDHA NA MIPANGO, MHESHIMIWA DKT. PHILIP I. MPANGO (MB),
AKIWASILISHA BUNGENI MAPENDEKEZO
YA MPANGO WA MAENDELEO WA TAIFA
NA MWONGOZO WA MAANDALIZI
YA MPANGO NA BAJETI
YA MWAKA 2019/20


UTANGULIZI

1.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, naomba kutoa hoja kwamba Bunge lako Tukufu lipokee, lijadili na kutoa maoni na ushauri kwa ajili ya kuandaa Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa na kuboresha Mwongozo wa Maandalizi ya Mpango na Bajeti ya Serikali ya Mwaka 2019/20.

2.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, kinachowasilishwa sasa mbele ya Bunge lako Tukufu ni kwa mujibu wa Kifungu cha 94  cha Kanuni za Kudumu za Bunge Toleo la Mwaka 2016 kinachoelekeza Serikali kuwasilisha Mapendekezo ya Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa na Mwongozo wa Maandalizi ya Mpango na Bajeti kwa mwaka wa fedha unaofuata.

3.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, Kitabu cha Mapendekezo ya Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa kinajumuisha mapitio ya hali ya uchumi; utekelezaji wa Mpango wa Maendeleo wa mwaka 2017/18 na robo ya kwanza ya mwaka 2018/19; maeneo ya kipaumbele kwa mwaka 2019/20; ugharamiaji wa Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa 2019/20; mfumo wa ufuatiliaji, tathmini na utoaji taarifa; na vihatarishi vya utekelezaji wa Mpango. Aidha tumeambatanisha taarifa ya utekelezaji wa miradi ya maendeleo kwa kipindi cha miaka mitatu ya kwanza ya utawala wa Serikali ya awamu ya tano 2016/17 - 2018/19.

4.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, Kitabu cha Mwongozo wa Maandalizi ya Mpango na Bajeti ya Serikali 2019/20 - 2021/22 kimeainisha masuala muhimu ambayo yanatakiwa kuzingatiwa na Wizara, Idara Zinazojitegemea, Wakala za Serikali, Sekretarieti za Mikoa na Mamlaka za Serikali za Mitaa na Taasisi na Mashirika ya Umma wakati wa kuandaa bajeti zao za mwaka 2019/20.

5.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, Mapendekezo haya ninayowasilisha yamezingatia: Dira ya Taifa ya Maendeleo 2025; Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa wa Miaka Mitano 2016/17 - 2020/21; Ilani ya Uchaguzi ya CCM ya mwaka 2015; na Malengo ya Maendeleo Endelevu 2030. Vilevile, maandalizi ya Mapendekezo ya Mpango na Mwongozo yamezingatia sera, mikakati na progamu mbalimbali za maendeleo ya kisekta zikiwemo: Programu ya Maendeleo ya Sekta ya Kilimo Awamu ya Pili; Programu ya Maendeleo ya Sekta ya Maji; Programu ya Maendeleo ya Sekta ya Afya; Mpango Kabambe wa Kuendeleza Sekta Ndogo ya Umeme wa Mwaka 2016; Programu ya Maendeleo ya Sekta ya Elimu 2016/17 – 2020/21; Mkakati Jumuishi wa Kuendeleza Viwanda 2025; na Mpango Kabambe wa Sekta ya Utalii wa Mwaka 2006. Hivyo, ni vema Waheshimiwa Wabunge watakaposoma vitabu vya Mwongozo na Mapendekezo ya Mpango warejee pia mikakati na programu za kisekta.

6.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, napenda kulihakikishia Bunge lako Tukufu kuwa ushauri na maoni yatakayotolewa katika kikao hiki cha Bunge yatazingatiwa kikamilifu katika kuandaa rasimu ya Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa 2019/20 utakaowasilishwa Bungeni tarehe 11 Machi 2019 kwa mujibu wa Kanuni za Kudumu za Bunge. Aidha, ushauri wa Waheshimiwa wabunge utatumika kuboresha Mwongozo wa kuandaa Mpango na Bajeti ya Serikali ya Mwaka 2019/20. Hivyo, ninawasihi Waheshimiwa Wabunge katika nafasi yenu ya uwakilishi wa wananchi, mtumie weledi na uzoefu wenu katika kutoa maoni, ushauri kuhusu maeneo muhimu na miradi inayopaswa kuzingatiwa katika Mpango wa Maendeleo wa Taifa wa mwaka 2019/20.

MWENENDO WA VIASHIRIA VYA UCHUMI

7.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, kwa mujibu wa  Shirika la Fedha la Kimataifa (IMF), uchumi wa dunia unatarajiwa kukua kwa asilimia 3.9 mwaka 2018 ikilinganishwa na asilimia 3.7 mwaka 2017. Hata hivyo, ukuaji huu unakabiliwa na changamoto za upatikanaji wa mikopo na gharama zake na mabadiliko ya bei za bidhaa katika soko la dunia. Aidha, kati ya Nchi Wanachama wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki, Tanzania na Rwanda zinatarajiwa kuwa na viwango vya juu vya ukuaji wa asilimia 7.2 mwaka 2018, zikifuatiwa na Kenya (asilimia 5.5); Uganda (asilimia 5.2); na Burundi (asilimia 0.1).

8.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, mwaka 2018, Ofisi ya Taifa ya Takwimu (NBS) ilifanya zoezi la mapitio ya kubadilisha mwaka wa kizio (base year) kwa Pato Ghafi la Taifa kutoka mwaka 2007 na kuwa mwaka 2015. Zoezi hili ni utekelezaji wa mapendekezo ya Kamisheni ya Takwimu ya Umoja wa Mataifa ambayo inashauri Nchi Wanachama kufanya zoezi hili kila baada ya miaka mitano. Hivyo, takwimu zilizotumika katika kitabu cha Mpango, Mwongozo na taarifa hii zimezingatia mwaka wa kizio wa 2015.

9.                  Mheshimiwa Spika, kutokana na zoezi hilo, mabadiliko yaliyojitokeza ni pamoja na: kuongezeka kwa Pato Ghafi la Taifa kwa asilimia 6.3; kubadilika kwa uwiano wa viashiria vinavyopimwa kwa Pato Ghafi la Taifa ikijumuisha Mapato ya kodi, Nakisi ya bajeti na Deni la Serikali; viwango vya ukuaji; na mchango wa sekta katika Pato Ghafi  la Taifa. Kwa takwimu hizo za mwaka wa kizio wa 2015, Pato Halisi la Taifa limekua kwa wastani wa asilimia 6.9 katika kipindi cha miaka mitano iliyopita (2013 - 2017). Kwa mwaka 2017, Pato la Taifa limeendelea kukua kwa kiwango kikubwa cha asilimia 7.1 ikilinganishwa na asilimia 7.0 kwa mwaka 2016. Kwa ukuaji huo Tanzania imeendelea kuongoza katika Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki ikifuatiwa na nchi za Rwanda (asilimia 6.1); Kenya (asilimia 4.8); Uganda (asilimia 4.5); na Burundi (asilimia 0.0).

10.             Mheshimiwa Spika, katika robo ya kwanza ya mwaka 2018, Pato Halisi la Taifa lilikua kwa asilimia 8.4 ikilinganishwa na asilimia 5.7 katika kipindi kama hicho mwaka 2017. Shughuli za kiuchumi ambazo zilikua kwa kiwango kikubwa katika robo ya kwanza ya mwaka 2018 ni pamoja na: ujenzi (asilimia 20); habari na mawasiliano (asilimia 18.3); usafirishaji na uhifadhi wa mizigo (asilimia 9.2); na kilimo (asilimia 7.1).

11.             Mheshimiwa Spika, ukuaji wa uchumi kwa kiasi kikubwa umechangia kupungua kwa umaskini. Kwa mujibu wa utafiti uliofanywa na Serikali kwa kushirikiana na Benki ya Dunia wa mwaka 2015/16 ulionesha kuwa idadi ya watanzania wanaoishi chini ya mstari wa umaskini ilipungua kufikia asilimia 26.3 ikilinganishwa na asilimia 28.2 mwaka 2012. Utafiti mpya wa Matumizi ya Kaya Binafsi unaendelea hivi sasa na utafiti huo unatarajiwa kukamilika Machi 2019 na kutupatia hali halisi ya viwango vya umaskini. Aidha, wastani wa umri wa kuishi kwa Tanzania Bara umeongekeza kutoka wastani wa miaka 64.3 mwaka 2017 na unatarajiwa kuongezeka hadi wastani wa miaka 64.9 mwaka 2018.

12.             Mheshimiwa Spika, Mfumuko wa bei uliendelea kushuka na kuwa chini ya asilimia 5 kwa takribani kipindi chote cha mwaka 2017/18. Akiba ya fedha za kigeni ilifikia dola za Marekani milioni 5,483.9 mwishoni mwa mwezi Juni 2018, iliyokuwa na uwezo wa kuagiza bidhaa na huduma kutoka nje kwa miezi 5.6. Katika kipindi hicho, thamani ya Shilingi ya Tanzania dhidi ya dola ya Marekani iliendelea kuwa tulivu. Wastani wa mwenendo wa ubadilishaji Shilingi dhidi ya dola ya Marekani ulikuwa kati ya Shilingi 2,231.17 na Shilingi 2,264.97 kwa dola moja ya Marekani, ikilinganishwa na kati ya Shilingi 2,171.0 na Shilingi 2,230.1 kwa dola moja ya Marekani katika kipindi kama hicho kwa mwaka 2016/17.

13.             Mheshimiwa Spika, hadi kufikia Juni 2018 Deni la Taifa lilifikia dola za Marekani milioni 27,774.86 ikilinganishwa na dola za Marekani milioni 25,350.76 kwa kipindi kama hicho mwaka 2017, ikiwa ni sawa na ongezeko la asilimia 9.6.  Matokeo ya hivi karibuni ya uchambuzi wa Deni la Taifa, yameonesha kuwa deni la Taifa lipo chini ya ukomo wa hatari na ni himilivu. Viashiria vyote vya athari za madeni vimeendelea kuwa katika wigo unaokubalika kimataifa. Katika kipindi cha mwaka 2017/18, mauzo ya bidhaa na huduma nje ya nchi yalikuwa dola za Marekani milioni 8,949.40 ikilinganishwa na dola za Marekani milioni 8,701.7 mwaka 2016/17, sawa na ongezeko la asilimia 2.8. Hii ilitokana na ongezeko la thamani ya mauzo ya mazao ya korosho, karafuu, tumbaku, chai na mkonge; pamoja na kuimarika kwa bei za dhahabu katika soko la Dunia.

14.             Mheshimiwa Spika, hali ya uzalishaji na upatikanaji wa mazao ya chakula nchini umeendelea kuimarika. Katika msimu wa 2017/18, uzalishaji ulifikia tani milioni 15.9 ikilinganishwa na mahitaji ya tani milioni 13.3 ya chakula kwa kipindi hicho. Kutokana na uzalishaji huo, nchi ilikuwa na ziada ya tani milioni 2.6 za mazao yote ya chakula na hivyo, kujitosheleza kwa asilimia 120.

15.             Mheshimiwa Spika, baadhi ya viashiria vya sekta ya kibenki vilivyokuwa vimetetereka mwaka 2017 kwa sababu mbalimbali vimeanza kuimarika baada ya Serikali kuchukua hatua za kuongeza ukwasi ikiwa ni pamoja na Benki Kuu kushusha riba yake (discount rate). Kufuatia hatua hizo, mikopo kwa Sekta Binafsi imeanza kuonesha mwenendo unaoridhisha ambapo hadi kufikia Juni 2018 ilikua kwa asilimia 4.0 ikilinganishwa na ukuaji wa asilimia 1.3 Juni 2017. Riba za amana za kipindi cha mwaka mmoja zilipungua hadi wastani wa asilimia 10.52 ikilinganishwa na asilimia 11.66 mwaka 2016/17.  Hata hivyo, viwango vya riba ya mikopo ya mwaka mmoja ilifikia asilimia 18.48, ikilinganishwa na asilimia 15.49 mwaka 2016/17, hivyo kusababisha tofauti kati ya riba ya amana na mikopo ya mwaka mmoja kuongezeka hadi asilimia 7.98 mwaka 2017/18 kutoka asilimia 3.83 mwaka 2016/17.  Kuongezeka kwa riba ya mikopo kulitokana na tahadhari zilizochukuliwa na benki za biashara ili kudhibiti mikopo chechefu na hivyo kuongeza gharama kwa wakopaji, hali ambayo inaweza kuathiri uwekezaji katika shughuli zinazochochea ukuaji wa uchumi. Maelezo ya kina kuhusu mwenendo wa viashiria vya uchumi yanapatikana katika Sura ya Pili, Sehemu ya Kwanza ya kitabu cha Mwongozo na Sura ya Pili ya kitabu cha Mapendekezo ya Mpango.

Utekelezaji wa Bajeti ya Mwaka 2017/18

16.             Mheshimiwa Spika, Mapato ya ndani katika mwaka 2017/18 yalifikia Shilingi bilioni  17,944.9 sawa na asilimia 90 ya lengo la Shilingi bilioni 19,977.0. Kati ya fedha hizo, Shilingi bilioni 15,191.0 zilitokana na Mapato ya Kodi, sawa na asilimia 89 ya lengo; Shilingi bilioni 2,212.4 zilitokana na Mapato yasiyo ya Kodi, sawa na asilimia 101 ya lengo; na Shilingi bilioni 541.5 zilitokana na mapato ya ndani ya Mamlaka ya Serikali za Mitaa, sawa na asilimia 79 ya lengo.

17.             Mheshimiwa Spika, misaada na mikopo nafuu iliyotolewa ilikuwa Shilingi bilioni 2,466.0 sawa na asilimia 62 ya makadirio ya Shilingi bilioni 3,971.1. Mikopo iliyopatikana kutoka ndani na nje ni Shilingi bilioni 7,055.8, sawa na asilimia 90.9 ya lengo la Shilingi bilioni 7,763.9. Kati ya mikopo hiyo, Shilingi bilioni 1,351.5 ni kutoka vyanzo vya nje na Shilingi bilioni 5,704.4 ni kutoka vyanzo vya masoko ya ndani. Kati ya mikopo ya ndani, Shilingi bilioni 4,835.2 zilitumika kulipia Mtaji wa Deni la Ndani (Rollover) na Shilingi bilioni 869.2 ni Mikopo mipya kwa ajili ya kugharamia bajeti ya Maendeleo.

18.             Mheshimiwa Spika, matumizi halisi ya Serikali yalifikia Shilingi bilioni 25,321.7 sawa na asilimia 80 ya bajeti iliyoidhinishwa ya Shilingi bilioni 31,711.9. Kati ya kiasi hicho, Shilingi bilioni 18,778.5 zilikuwa ni matumizi ya kawaida sawa na asilimia 93 ya lengo la Shilingi bilioni 20,279.3 na Shilingi bilioni 6,543.2 zilikuwa ni matumizi ya maendeleo sawa na asilimia 57 ya  bajeti ya Shilingi bilioni 11,432.7. Matumizi ya fedha za maendeleo hayajumuishi baadhi ya fedha kutoka kwa Washirika wa Maendeleo zilizopelekwa moja kwa moja (D-funds) kwenye utekelezaji wa miradi ambazo hazikupita kwenye Mfumo wa Malipo wa Serikali. Fedha hizi zitajumuishwa pindi taratibu za kiuhasibu zitakapokamilika.

Utekelezaji wa Baadhi ya Miradi ya Maendeleo Mwaka 2017/18 na Robo ya Kwanza ya Mwaka 2018/19

19.             Mheshimiwa Spika, hatua iliyofikiwa katika utekelezaji wa miradi ya maendeleo mwaka 2017/18 na robo ya kwanza ya mwaka 2018/19 ni pamoja na:
(i)                Mradi wa kufua Umeme Unaotokana na Nguvu ya Maji katika Mto Rufiji MW 2,100: kuendelea na ujenzi wa miundombinu wezeshi ya kuwezesha Mkandarasi kuanza kazi kwa wakati. Kazi zilizotekelezwa ni: ujenzi wa Njia ya Umeme wa Msongo wa kV 33 kutoka Msamvu  hadi eneo la mradi ambapo sehemu za Msamvu – Pangawe (km 14) na Dakawa – Mpakani mwa Pori la Akiba Selous (km 8.5) zimekamilika kwa asimilia 100 na kukamilika kwa asimilia 100 ya ujenzi wa Kituo cha Kupozea Umeme Pangawe; kukamilika kwa asilimia 100 kwa kazi ya kufikisha maji kwenye kambi za ujenzi, na kuendelea na kazi ya kufikisha maji Stesheni ya Reli ya TAZARA ya Fuga; kukamilika kwa asilimia 55 kwa kazi ya ukarabati na ujenzi wa nyumba zilizokuwa kambi ya RUBADA na kuendelea na uthamini wa mali zisizohamishika; kukamilika kwa asilimia 60 ya ujenzi wa barabara ya Ubena Zomozi – Mvuha – Kisaki – Mtemere Junction (km 178.39) na kukamilika kwa asilimia 60 ya ujenzi wa barabara ya Kibiti - Mloka – Mtemere – Matambwe Junction – Mto Rufiji (km 210); na kukamilika kwa mifumo ya mawasiliano mbadala kwenye eneo la mradi. Aidha, upembuzi yakinifu wa awali wa ujenzi wa njia za kusafirisha umeme (Rufiji hadi Chalinze) umekamilika.

(ii)             Ujenzi wa Reli ya Kati kwa Kiwango cha Standard Gauge: kwa kipande cha Dar es Salaam – Morogoro (km 300) ujenzi wa reli umeanza na umefikia asilimia 24. Kazi zinazoendelea kwa sasa ni pamoja na ujenzi wa njia, madaraja, utengenezaji wa mataruma na ujenzi wa miundombinu ya umeme. Aidha, kazi ya kutandika kilometa 60 za reli imeanza.

Kuhusu kipande cha Morogoro – Makutupora (km 422) hatua iliyofikiwa ni: kukamilika kwa kazi ya kutafuta mwelekeo wa njia; na kuendelea kufanya uthamini wa ardhi pamoja na mali. Aidha, Serikali inaendelea na taratibu za kutafuta fedha kwa ajili ya ujenzi wa sehemu zilizosalia za Makutupora – Tabora (km 295), Tabora – Isaka (km 133), Isaka – Mwanza (km 250), Tabora – Uvinza – Kigoma, na Kaliua – Mpanda – Karema na Isaka – Rusumo (km 371). 
(iii)           Kuboresha Shirika la Ndege Tanzania: kununuliwa kwa ndege moja aina ya Bombadier Q 400 na moja aina ya Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner; kukamilika kwa sehemu ya malipo ya ununuzi wa ndege 2 aina ya A220-300 ambazo zinatarajiwa kuwasili Novemba, 2018 na Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner moja inayotarajiwa kuwasili mwaka 2020. Aidha, shughuli zinazoendelea ni pamoja na: ukarabati wa jengo la ofisi za Shirika la Ndege Tanzania (ATCL); utafutaji wa masoko ikiwa ni pamoja na kuanzishwa kwa ofisi katika maeneo ya kimataifa ikujumuisha Bombay, Bujumbura, Guangzhou na Entebbe; na kuboresha miundombinu ya TEHAMA ikiwa ni pamoja na mtandao wa mawasiliano ya simu. Aidha, ATCL imeanza kutoa huduma za usafiri kwa miji ya Bujumbura - Burundi na Entebbe – Uganda kuanzia Agosti 2018.

(iv)           Bomba la Mafuta Ghafi kutoka Hoima (Uganda) hadi Tanga: kukamilika kwa upembuzi yakinifu na usanifu wa mradi; kukamilika kwa tathmini za kijiolojia katika eneo la Chongoleani yatakapojengwa matenki na gati la kupakia mafuta; kuridhiwa kwa mkataba wa makubaliano kati ya Serikali ya Tanzania na Uganda; na kuendelea na majadiliano ya mkataba wa ubia.

(v)             Mradi wa Kuchakata na Kusindika Gesi Asilia – Lindi: kuendelea na majadiliano ya mikataba kati ya Serikali na Wawekezaji wa Mradi wakiongozwa na Kampuni ya Shell - Tanzania na Statoil; kuendelea kuandaa mpango wa kuendeleza vitalu vya baharini; kuandaa mpango wa kushirikiana na wadau (stakeholders engagement plan) wa eneo la mradi; na kuendelea na mchakato wa kumpata Mshauri Mwelekezi (Transaction Advisor).

(vi)           Makaa ya Mawe (Mchuchuma) na Chuma (Liganga): kukamilika kwa taarifa ya awali ya Timu ya Majadiliano iliyopewa jukumu la kuchambua vivutio vilivyoombwa na Mwekezaji pamoja na kuainisha maeneo ya mikataba ya mradi yanayokinzana na sheria na kutoa mapendekezo ya hatua za kuchukuliwa na Serikali. Aidha, Timu ya Majadiliano ya Serikali inaendelea kufanya uchambuzi wa kina kuhakikisha kuwa uwekezaji huo unakuwa na maslahi kwa Taifa.

(vii)        Uendelezaji wa Kanda Maalum ya Uwekezaji Bagamoyo: kufuatia kukamilika kwa  makubaliano ya awali ya utekelezaji wa mradi, Timu ya Serikali ya Majadiliano inaendelea na  majadiliano ya kina ya mikataba kuhusu uendelezaji wa eneo hilo na wawekezaji. Aidha,  majadiliano hayo yamechukua muda mrefu kutokana na kuwepo kwa vipengele vyenye masharti magumu yasiyo na maslahi kwa Taifa.

(viii)      Miradi ya Umeme: utekelezaji wa miradi ya kufua umeme kwa kutumia vyanzo mbalimbali vya nishati vikiwemo maji na gesi unaendelea. Miradi hiyo ni pamoja na mradi wa kufua umeme unaotokana na nguvu ya maji Ruhudji MW 358 (Serikali inaendelea na majadiliano na wafadhili ili kuwezesha upatikanaji wa fedha za kutekeleza Mradi), Mradi wa kufua Umeme unaotokana na nguvu ya maji Malagarasi MW 45 (kuendelea na kudurusu upembuzi yakinifu wa mradi) na Mradi wa kufua Umeme unaotokana na nguvu ya maji Rusumo MW 80 (ujenzi umeanza);  miradi ya kufua umeme wa gesi Mtwara MW 300 (upembuzi yakinifu unaendelea) na mradi wa Somanga Fungu MW 330 (upo hatua ya ukamilishaji wa upembuzi yakinifu). Aidha, kuhusu usambazaji wa umeme vijijini, vijiji 557 vimeunganishiwa umeme kupitia Mradi wa Kusambaza Umeme Vijijini Awamu ya Tatu (REA Phase III). Vile vile, mradi umewezesha taasisi 903, shule 1,983 maeneo ya biashara 1,743 na maabara za tiba 19 kuunganishwa umeme.

(ix)           Miradi ya Viwanda: (a) kuimarisha Kituo cha Zana za Kilimo na Teknolojia Vijijini (CAMARTEC) kwa kutengeneza mashine 64 zikiwemo za kupandia mbegu za pamba, kusaga karanga, kukausha mbogamboga na kukata majani; ujenzi wa mitambo 55 ya biogas; kubuni teknolojia mpya kwa ajili ya kuongeza uzalishaji na ubora wa bidhaa na kukamilika kwa tafiti tatu zinazohusiana na matumizi ya nishati mbadala ya biogas(b) kuendeleza mradi wa Magadi Soda – Bonde la Engaruka - Arusha kwa kukamilisha upimaji wa ardhi  na uthamini wa mali za wananchi  ili kujua kiasi cha fidia kitakachohitajika; (c) kuimarisha mradi wa Kuunganisha Matrekta TAMCO - Kibaha ikijumuisha kuagizwa kwa vipande (Semi Knocked Down - SKD) kwa ajili ya kuunganishwa ili kupata matrekta 727; na kuunganisha matreka 420, majembe 95 na haro (harrow) 195; na (d) kuimarisha Shirika la Uhandisi na Usanifu Mitambo (TEMDO) kwa kubuni mashine ya kutengeneza tofali zinazozuia upotevu wa joto, mtambo wa kusindika na kusafisha mafuta ya kula, mtambo wa kuzalisha umeme kutokana na nguvu ya maji na usimikaji wa mitambo wa kuzalisha umeme (kW 20) kutokana na nguvu za upepo na jua katika Kituo cha Olduvai Gorge – Ngorongoro.

(x)              Ujenzi wa Barabara za Juu (Flyovers) jijini Dar es Salaam: ujenzi wa Mfugale Flyover (TAZARA) umekamilika na kuanza kutumika. Vile vile, ujenzi wa Interchange ya Ubungo unaendelea.

(xi)           Ujenzi wa Meli katika Maziwa Makuu: (a) kukamilika kwa ujenzi wa matishari mawili; na kufikia hatua za mwisho za ujenzi wa meli moja yenye uwezo wa kubeba abiria 200 na mizigo tani 200 katika ziwa Nyasa unaotarajiwa kukamilika Desemba 2018 (b) kusainiwa kwa mkataba wa ujenzi wa meli mpya katika ziwa Victoria yenye uwezo wa kubeba abiria 1,200 na tani 400 za mizigo ambapo mkandarasi yupo katika hatua za awali za kuanza ujenzi; na mkataba wa ujenzi wa chelezo kwa ajili ya kujengea meli umesainiwa; na (c) kufikia hatua za mwisho za kusaini mkataba wa ujenzi wa meli mpya yenye uwezo wa kubeba abiria 600 na tani 400 za mizigo katika ziwa Tanganyika.

(xii)         Viwanja vya Ndege: ujenzi wa jengo la tatu la abiria (Terminal III) la Kiwanja cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (Dar es Salaam) umefikia asilimia 78. Aidha, ujenzi na ukarabati wa Kiwanja cha Kilimanjaro umekamilika na Kiwanja cha Mwanza umefikia asilimia 70.

(xiii)      Ujenzi wa Barabara na Madaraja Makubwa: Hadi Juni 2018, mtandao wa barabara za lami nchini ulifikia kilomita 8,298.12 kwa barabara kuu na kilomita 1,687 kwa barabara za mikoa. Aidha, madaraja makubwa yanayoendelea kujengwa ni pamoja na daraja la Mara (Mara) ambapo utekelezaji umefikia asilimia 81.3, Sibiti (Singida) asilimia 79.8, Lukuledi (Lindi) asilimia 70, Ruhuhu (Ruvuma) asilimia 65, Mlalakuwa (Dar es Salaam) asilimia 64, Magara (Manyara) asilimia 9 na Momba (Songwe) asilimia 7.5. Aidha, kwa daraja la Selander (Dar es Salaam)  na Wami (Pwani), mikataba ya ujenzi imesainiwa.

(xiv)      Uendelezaji wa Bandari: katika bandari ya Dar es Salaam utekelezaji umefikia asilimia 35 ambapo, uwekaji nguzo za msingi katika gati Na. 1 umekamilika; na ujenzi wa sakafu ngumu chini ya maji katika gati la kupakua na kupakia magari (Roll on Roll off  - Ro-Ro) unaendelea. Aidha, katika bandari ya Tanga, ukarabati wa maegesho, sehemu ya kupakulia shehena na barabara kuelekea lango Na. 2 umefikia asilimia 76 na ujenzi wa gati la mita 300 katika bandari ya Mtwara umefikia asilimia 30.


20.             Mheshimiwa Spika, Maelezo ya kina kuhusu utekelezaji wa miradi ya maendeleo mwaka 2017/18 na robo ya kwanza ya mwaka 2018/19 yameainishwa katika kitabu cha Mapendekezo ya Mpango (Sura ya Tatu).

MAFANIKIO KWA KIPINDI CHA 2016/17 – 2018/19

21.             Mheshimiwa Spika, yapo mafanikio mengi yaliyopatikana katika kipindi cha miaka mitatu ya kwanza ya utawala wa Serikali ya awamu ya tano (2016/17 – 2018/19). Mafanikio hayo yanajumuisha yafuatayo:
    (i)            Ukuaji wa Uchumi: kuendelea kuimarika kwa uchumi wa Taifa, ambapo uchumi ulikua kwa wastani wa asilimia 7.1 mwaka 2017 kutoka ukuaji wa asilimia 7.0 mwaka 2016 na mfumuko wa bei kuendelea kupungua na kuwa katika wastani wa kiwango cha tarakimu moja, chini ya asilimia 5.0.


 (ii)            Mapato ya Kodi na Yasiyo ya Kodi: mapato ya kodi yaliongezeka kutoka Shilingi bilioni 12,434 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 15,191 mwaka 2017/18 na mapato yasiyo ya kodi yaliongezeka pia kutoka Shilingi bilioni 1,188 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 2,212.4 mwaka 2017/18. Aidha, ongezeko la mapato yasiyo ya kodi lilitokana na kuimarika kwa ufuatiliaji na matumizi ya mifumo ya kielektroniki katika ukusanyaji wa mapato hususan Wizara ya Madini (kutoka Shilingi bilioni 207.9 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 301.2 mwaka 2017/18), Ofisi ya Msajili wa Hazina (kutoka Shilingi bilioni 243.4 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 803.5 mwaka 2017/18), Wizara ya Ardhi, Nyumba na Maendeleo ya Makazi (kutoka Shilingi bilioni 73.3 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 92.2 mwaka 2017/18) na Idara ya Uhamiaji (kutoka Shilingi bilioni 115.3 mwaka 2015/16 hadi Shilingi bilioni 159.3 mwaka 2017/18).

(iii)            Ulipaji wa Madai: Serikali ililipa jumla ya Shilingi bilioni 2,288.9 za madai yaliyohakikiwa ya wakandarasi, watoa huduma, wazabuni, watumishi wa umma na madai mengineyo. Kati ya kiasi hicho, Shilingi bilioni 1,611.0 zililipwa kwa wakandarasi, shilingi bilioni 144.6 kwa watoa huduma, shilingi bilioni 218.3 kwa wazabuni, Shilingi bilioni 285.9 kwa watumishi wa umma na Shilingi bilioni 29.1 kwa madai mengineyo.

(iv)            Barabara: mtandao wa barabara kuu za lami uliongezeka kutoka kilomita 7,646 Juni 2016 hadi kilomita 8,298.12 Juni 2018 na mtandao wa barabara za mikoa nao uliongezeka kutoka kilomita 1,398 hadi kilomita 1,687 kwa kipindi hicho. Aidha, ujenzi wa Barabara ya juu ya Mfugale Flyover (TAZARA) ulikamilika na kuanza kutumika na ujenzi wa Interchange ya Ubungo unaendelea.


 (v)            Reli: ujenzi wa reli ya kati kwa kiwango cha Standard Gauge umeanza, ambapo kwa awamu ya kwanza ya Dar es Salaam – Morogoro (km 300) ujenzi umefikia asilimia 24. Maandalizi ya ujenzi kwa sehemu ya Morogoro – Makutupora (km 422) nayo yameanza. Faida zitakazotokana na kukamilika kwa reli hii ni pamoja na: kupungua kwa muda wa kusafirisha abiria na mizigo; kuongezeka kwa kiwango cha usafirishaji wa abiria na mizigo; kuongezeka kwa mapato ya Serikali; kuongezeka kwa fursa za ajira; na kupanuka kwa biashara katika vijiji na miji inayopitiwa na reli hiyo.  Vile vile, Serikali imeendelea kuboresha reli ya kati inayotumika sasa ambapo mafanikio yaliyopatikana  ni pamoja na kuwezesha usafirishaji wa mizigo kutoka bandari ya Mwanza (Mwanza South Port) kwenda Bandari ya Port Bell – Uganda ambapo katika mwak
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“I know so many married men in this town who sleep with gay men on the side...”

Local perceptions of homosexuality mean the distribution of lubricants and condoms has to be cloak-and-dagger, with many secretly homosexual men making calls and asking for the items to be despatched in plain envelopes to offices or residences, by people not associated with ARDHO.

"We never ask people for their ethnicity or religion before we give them medication or other HIV support, so why should we ask people about their sexuality?" ANSS founder Jeanne Gapiya, a prominent national HIV activist, told IRIN/PlusNews.

"The problem is that this is a hidden community, and the society is in denial about their existence."

In their latest national strategic plan, the National AIDS Control Council, CNLS, has included MSM in the list of people vulnerable to HIV.

"We realise that they are a marginalised group; we have started to invite them for meetings through their NGO, but the difficulty is we don't know who most of them are or how to reach them," Jean Rirangira, the interim executive secretary of CNLS, told IRIN/PlusNews.

Kanuma commented: "It's not just a problem for gay men; it's a problem for the whole society. I know so many married ['straight'] men in this town [the Burundian capital, Bujumbura] who sleep with gay men on the side. People would be surprised," he said.

"Silence is also what is killing us," he added. "I had a friend who had an STI for about one year - he was self-medicating until he eventually went to ANSS and got a proper diagnosis, and then he got better much quicker."

Kanuma has been writing newspaper articles and making guest appearances on private radio stations to raise awareness about MSM and HIV. "During every radio show I allow people to call in with questions and give out ARDHO's email address," he said. "We have more than 150 emails and so many calls, which shows that more information is still needed."

ARDHO is creating brochures detailing all the means of transmitting HIV, including male-male sex, for distribution in mainstream health centres; ANSS plans to send a doctor outside of Burundi for special training in the health issues of MSM to provide them with better healthcare.

HIV prevalence in Burundi has been declining since the late 1990s, but many surveillance sites have recently indicated an upward trend; in May, officials announced that HIV infection had risen from 3.5 percent in 2002 to 4.2 percent in 2008.

Although progress is slow, ARDHO and its partners are unwilling to push the government too hard, preferring to negotiate from a public health platform before demanding for equality under the law. "We need to tread carefully so we don't make the situation worse for gays in Burundi," Kanuma said.

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“I know so many married men in this town who sleep with gay men on the side...”

Local perceptions of homosexuality mean the distribution of lubricants and condoms has to be cloak-and-dagger, with many secretly homosexual men making calls and asking for the items to be despatched in plain envelopes to offices or residences, by people not associated with ARDHO.

"We never ask people for their ethnicity or religion before we give them medication or other HIV support, so why should we ask people about their sexuality?" ANSS founder Jeanne Gapiya, a prominent national HIV activist, told IRIN/PlusNews.

"The problem is that this is a hidden community, and the society is in denial about their existence."

In their latest national strategic plan, the National AIDS Control Council, CNLS, has included MSM in the list of people vulnerable to HIV.

"We realise that they are a marginalised group; we have started to invite them for meetings through their NGO, but the difficulty is we don't know who most of them are or how to reach them," Jean Rirangira, the interim executive secretary of CNLS, told IRIN/PlusNews.

Kanuma commented: "It's not just a problem for gay men; it's a problem for the whole society. I know so many married ['straight'] men in this town [the Burundian capital, Bujumbura] who sleep with gay men on the side. People would be surprised," he said.

"Silence is also what is killing us," he added. "I had a friend who had an STI for about one year - he was self-medicating until he eventually went to ANSS and got a proper diagnosis, and then he got better much quicker."

Kanuma has been writing newspaper articles and making guest appearances on private radio stations to raise awareness about MSM and HIV. "During every radio show I allow people to call in with questions and give out ARDHO's email address," he said. "We have more than 150 emails and so many calls, which shows that more information is still needed."

ARDHO is creating brochures detailing all the means of transmitting HIV, including male-male sex, for distribution in mainstream health centres; ANSS plans to send a doctor outside of Burundi for special training in the health issues of MSM to provide them with better healthcare.

HIV prevalence in Burundi has been declining since the late 1990s, but many surveillance sites have recently indicated an upward trend; in May, officials announced that HIV infection had risen from 3.5 percent in 2002 to 4.2 percent in 2008.

Although progress is slow, ARDHO and its partners are unwilling to push the government too hard, preferring to negotiate from a public health platform before demanding for equality under the law. "We need to tread carefully so we don't make the situation worse for gays in Burundi," Kanuma said.

From Mamba website
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Bonjour,

Nouveau à Bujumbura, je cherche des infos sur les rencontres possibles, bars, lieux de drague si ça existe et risques éventuels, attitude des gens, etc...
Je suis preneur de toute information sur le sujet .
Merci d'avance.
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“I know so many married men in this town who sleep with gay men on the side...”

Local perceptions of homosexuality mean the distribution of lubricants and condoms has to be cloak-and-dagger, with many secretly homosexual men making calls and asking for the items to be despatched in plain envelopes to offices or residences, by people not associated with ARDHO.

"We never ask people for their ethnicity or religion before we give them medication or other HIV support, so why should we ask people about their sexuality?" ANSS founder Jeanne Gapiya, a prominent national HIV activist, told IRIN/PlusNews.

"The problem is that this is a hidden community, and the society is in denial about their existence."

In their latest national strategic plan, the National AIDS Control Council, CNLS, has included MSM in the list of people vulnerable to HIV.

"We realise that they are a marginalised group; we have started to invite them for meetings through their NGO, but the difficulty is we don't know who most of them are or how to reach them," Jean Rirangira, the interim executive secretary of CNLS, told IRIN/PlusNews.

Kanuma commented: "It's not just a problem for gay men; it's a problem for the whole society. I know so many married ['straight'] men in this town [the Burundian capital, Bujumbura] who sleep with gay men on the side. People would be surprised," he said.

"Silence is also what is killing us," he added. "I had a friend who had an STI for about one year - he was self-medicating until he eventually went to ANSS and got a proper diagnosis, and then he got better much quicker."

Kanuma has been writing newspaper articles and making guest appearances on private radio stations to raise awareness about MSM and HIV. "During every radio show I allow people to call in with questions and give out ARDHO's email address," he said. "We have more than 150 emails and so many calls, which shows that more information is still needed."

ARDHO is creating brochures detailing all the means of transmitting HIV, including male-male sex, for distribution in mainstream health centres; ANSS plans to send a doctor outside of Burundi for special training in the health issues of MSM to provide them with better healthcare.

HIV prevalence in Burundi has been declining since the late 1990s, but many surveillance sites have recently indicated an upward trend; in May, officials announced that HIV infection had risen from 3.5 percent in 2002 to 4.2 percent in 2008.

Although progress is slow, ARDHO and its partners are unwilling to push the government too hard, preferring to negotiate from a public health platform before demanding for equality under the law. "We need to tread carefully so we don't make the situation worse for gays in Burundi," Kanuma said.

From Mamba website
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Bonjour,

Nouveau à Bujumbura, je cherche des infos sur les rencontres possibles, bars, lieux de drague si ça existe et risques éventuels, attitude des gens, etc...
Je suis preneur de toute information sur le sujet .
Merci d'avance.
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C'est la présentation qui a fait sensation au Web Summit, le grand rendez-vous portugais de la Tech
mondiale, celle du nouveau « contrat pour le Web » que l'inventeur de la Toile, Tim Bernes-Lee, est venu promouvoir en personne. Nnenna Nwakanma, directrice des politiques publiques à la Web Foundation, qui porte le projet, revient sur les raisons qui ont motivé la rédaction de ce texte. L'occasion également d'évoquer avec cette « Abidjanaise d'origine nigériane », comme elle se présente elle-même, les rapports de l'Afrique à internet.
De notre envoyé spécial à Lisbonne,
RFI : Tim Berners-Lee, que l'on considère comme le « père du Web », a fait une intervention remarquée en ouverture du Web Summit en présentant son idée de « contrat pour le Web ». Est-il temps de revoir notre rapport à la Toile ?
Nnenna Nwakanma : Le « contrat pour le Web » est né de son engagement pour que le Web soit un espace d'opportunité, un espace d'entraide humanitaire, un espace sûr, dont on ne doit pas avoir peur, un espace où les utilisateurs se sentent en confiance pour accomplir leurs activités. Mais trente ans après son invention, seulement la moitié du monde est connectée, le pouvoir sur le Web commence à être concentré entre les mains de quelques-uns, et l'usage qui en est fait cause du mal à l'humanité.
Certains géants du Net comme Google et Facebook ont déjà signé ce « contrat ». Le gouvernement français également. Comment cela va se concrétiser ensuite ?
Dans ce contrat, il y a neuf principes, trois par niveau d'implication : gouvernement, secteur privé et société civile. Et depuis hier [lundi 5 octobre, date de l'ouverture du sommet, ndlr], près de 2 000 acteurs l'ont déjà signé. La prochaine étape est de faire asseoir tout le monde autour de la table et de dire : « Voici les engagements que nous avons pris, voilà ce que nous allons faire. Engageons-nous dans le combat pour le prix de l'internet, pour la défense de la neutralité du Net, pour le respect des données à caractère personnel, etc. »
Qui vérifiera que les engagements sont bien respectés ?
Nous comptons instaurer un mécanisme d'évaluation annuelle, ou bi-annuelle. Car il y a souvent de grandes déclarations et puis après plus rien.
Dans ce combat que vous menez pour un « meilleur Web », l'Afrique est un terrain d'action particulier...
Je suis Africaine, une Abidjanaise d'origine nigériane. Depuis six ans que je suis à la Web Foundation nous travaillons beaucoup à l'ouverture des données en assistant les gouvernements africains, à la baisse du prix de l'internet, comme au Ghana, au Mozambique, au Nigeria, ou au Liberia. Et nous travaillons aussi pour les droits des femmes, car nos recherches ont démontré que ce sont surtout les femmes qui sont les grandes laissées-pour-compte.
Tim Berners-Lee (g.), considéré comme le fondateur du Web, est venu au Web Summit présenter ses solutions pour le «sauver». RFI/Marc Etcheverry
En 2013, vous avez justement lancé l'Alliance pour un Internet abordable, à laquelle participe les géants du Net, avec un objectif qui ne cesse d'être revu à la hausse. Où en est l'initiative ?
Aujourd'hui nous avons l'objectif de faire passer le prix du gigaoctet de données en dessous des 2% du revenu moyen mensuel d'une famille. A Paris, un gigaoctet ça peut faire sourire, mais dans certains pays, un giga, c'est 30 à 40% du revenu mensuel.
Et il y a de nombreuses disparités...
On ne peut évidemment pas comparer Ouagadougou à Paris, parce que les infrastructures que l'on trouve en Europe n'existent pas en Afrique. Mais on ne peut pas comparer non plus Abidjan à Bamako par exemple, car le Mali est un pays enclavé et il est difficile de faire remonter les câbles sous-marins jusqu'à Bamako. Donc internet va y coûter plus cher qu'à Abidjan.
Cela nécessite aussi un engagement politique fort.
Il faut de l'argent pour ériger ces infrastructures et nous constatons que ce ne sont pas les Etats qui investissent, c'est le privé. Et quand le privé investit, il veut un retour sur investissement. Il faut donc une stabilité économique, sociale, qui incite quelqu'un à venir investir des milliards de dollars pour développer internet. Il faut aussi voir les désirs de taxation : il y a des pays qui pensent que taxer les télécommunications c'est facile car tout le monde les utilise. Ils ne s'imaginent pas ce qu'il font comme dégâts...
L'accès à Internet en Afrique passe et passera encore plus à l'avenir par le mobile. Dans ce secteur, Facebook, avec son programme Freebasics, s'associe avec des opérateurs pour offrir un accès à internet - un internet limité et façonné par le réseau social - sans surcoût pour l'utilisateur. Faut-il s'en inquiéter ?
J'aimerais que tous les Africains m'entendent : Facebook n'a jamais donné l'internet gratuit à qui que ce soit. Ce que Facebook fait, c'est ce que tout commerçant fait. Quand vous allez au marché et qu'on vous offre quelque chose : vous goûtez une fois, deux fois et après vous achetez.
Et Facebook ne donne pas un accès au Web gratuitement, il donne accès gratuitement à sa plateforme. C'est comme si vous alliez au grand marché de la ville et que vous vous arrêtiez au seul stand de poulet puis que vous repartiez. Vous n'avez rien vu du marché.
Autre impératif qui se pose à l'Afrique comme au reste du monde, celui de la protection des données personnelles. Sauf que sur le continent, bien peu de pays - une quinzaine - ont une législation qui y fait référence. Qu'est-il possible de faire à l'échelle supranationale ?
Premièrement, le problème de la protection des données est un problème de ceux qui sont en ligne. Or, 75% des Africains n'ont pas de vie numérique, donc pour eux la protection des données ne leur dit rien - toutefois quelqu'un peut prendre vos données et les mettre en ligne, à votre insu.
Deuxièmement, il n'y a pas de convention africaine dédiée à cette question, même s'il y a une convention africaine sur la cybersécurité [rédigée en 2014]. Mais il y a une directive qui a été proposée dernièrement.
Généralement, dans toutes les Constitutions, on reconnaît le respect de la vie privée comme un droit, mais cela ne peut pas occulter la menace que nous vivons. Et même dans les pays comme la Côte d'Ivoire où il y a une loi, l'application est inexistante. Je ne connais personne qui a été traduit en justice pour ce motif. Donc il faut d'abord des lois - et la Commission de l'Union africaine ne peut obliger aucun pays à en voter. Ensuite, il faut les vulgariser. Il faut que les citoyens prennent conscience de l'importance [du sujet]. Les députés ne peuvent pas voter des lois et rentrer chez eux, il faut pouvoir les interpeller pour qu'ils expliquent ce qu'ils ont voté. Enfin il faut des organes pour surveiller leur application et quand il y a faute, il faut pouvoir sanctionner.
Le politique peut aussi être très intrusif. On a encore vu dans plusieurs pays ou zones géographiques d'Afrique (Cameroun anglophone, Burundi, RDC), internet être coupé sur ordre des autorités.
Je dis une chose : il n'y a pas plus grande erreur politique, de nos jours, que de couper internet. Ce qu'on appelle le « shutdown ». Couper l'accès à internet, parce que vous craignez que l'on puisse écrire des choses que Monsieur le président n'aime pas, c'est une grande erreur et c'est de la foutaise. Aujourd'hui, tous les paiements se font en ligne, on va à l'école en ligne. Et que deviennent les échanges commerciaux ? Beaucoup de nos jeunes sont aussi des développeurs d'application. Ils sont au pays, il ne sont pas en train de mourrir dans la mer. Ils sont en train de se débrouiller en ligne, et leur ordinateur, le téléphone mobile se sont leur gagne-pain.
J'ai eu à m'entretenir avec ces gouvernements qui coupent internet : ce ne sont jamais des décisions cautionnées par les Parlements, ce sont toujours des décisions arbitraires. C'est toujours la manifestation d'un dictateur.
Enfin comment voulez-vous qu'un investisseur aille investir dans ce pays, si du jour au lendemain, Madame le Première dame n'est contente de ce qu'a écrit X ou Y, appelle son mari, qui appelle le ministre, qui lui finit par menacer les fournisseurs d'accès à internet. Au XXIe siècle, il faut que ça s'arrête.
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[RFI] Le président de la Commission paix et sécurité de l'Union africaine est au Burundi depuis lundi, quelques jours à peine après l'échec de la facilitation de Mkapa dans le dialogue inter-burundais de sortie de crise qui durait depuis trois ans. Smaïl Chergui ne s'en était pas caché il y a un mois lors d'une interview à RFI.
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Yes. Grundle, the governments of Western and Northern Europe are simply manufacturing statistics. Which is odd, though, since the US also ranks 17th on Transparency International's index of global corruption, and most of the freer countries are also less corrupt than we are (by the way, the data are from 2014; I expect, with Trump in charge, we're now somewhere below Burundi). The point, which sailed right over your head, is that the argument that easy public access to firearms is necessary to preserve our freedom, is belied by the fact that freer countries than us have more strigent gun control. Denmark, for example, the least corrupt country on earth and the 8th most free, has really strict gun laws. How do they manage to stay free, without bubbas like you fondling their AR-15s in their basement and ready to overthrow the gummint? It's a puzzle. But guess what? If you hunt, you can get a gun in Denmark. But your semi-automatic is limited to two rounds (yeah, I know, why even bother?). Because assuming you can shoot straight and haven't spent all night drinking Carlsberg, you shouldn't need to shoot 30 rounds to kill that deer (probably by giving it a heart attack).
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“I know so many married men in this town who sleep with gay men on the side...”

Local perceptions of homosexuality mean the distribution of lubricants and condoms has to be cloak-and-dagger, with many secretly homosexual men making calls and asking for the items to be despatched in plain envelopes to offices or residences, by people not associated with ARDHO.

"We never ask people for their ethnicity or religion before we give them medication or other HIV support, so why should we ask people about their sexuality?" ANSS founder Jeanne Gapiya, a prominent national HIV activist, told IRIN/PlusNews.

"The problem is that this is a hidden community, and the society is in denial about their existence."

In their latest national strategic plan, the National AIDS Control Council, CNLS, has included MSM in the list of people vulnerable to HIV.

"We realise that they are a marginalised group; we have started to invite them for meetings through their NGO, but the difficulty is we don't know who most of them are or how to reach them," Jean Rirangira, the interim executive secretary of CNLS, told IRIN/PlusNews.

Kanuma commented: "It's not just a problem for gay men; it's a problem for the whole society. I know so many married ['straight'] men in this town [the Burundian capital, Bujumbura] who sleep with gay men on the side. People would be surprised," he said.

"Silence is also what is killing us," he added. "I had a friend who had an STI for about one year - he was self-medicating until he eventually went to ANSS and got a proper diagnosis, and then he got better much quicker."

Kanuma has been writing newspaper articles and making guest appearances on private radio stations to raise awareness about MSM and HIV. "During every radio show I allow people to call in with questions and give out ARDHO's email address," he said. "We have more than 150 emails and so many calls, which shows that more information is still needed."

ARDHO is creating brochures detailing all the means of transmitting HIV, including male-male sex, for distribution in mainstream health centres; ANSS plans to send a doctor outside of Burundi for special training in the health issues of MSM to provide them with better healthcare.

HIV prevalence in Burundi has been declining since the late 1990s, but many surveillance sites have recently indicated an upward trend; in May, officials announced that HIV infection had risen from 3.5 percent in 2002 to 4.2 percent in 2008.

Although progress is slow, ARDHO and its partners are unwilling to push the government too hard, preferring to negotiate from a public health platform before demanding for equality under the law. "We need to tread carefully so we don't make the situation worse for gays in Burundi," Kanuma said.

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Bonjour,

Nouveau à Bujumbura, je cherche des infos sur les rencontres possibles, bars, lieux de drague si ça existe et risques éventuels, attitude des gens, etc...
Je suis preneur de toute information sur le sujet .
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