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  • Master Plan

    Prepare National Infrastructure Master Plan and integrated infrastructure development works plan and ensure that it is implemented by implementing organs

  • Integration Problem

    Develop a Master (Strategic) Plan & National Infrastructure Master Plan and ensure that it is implemented by implementing organs;

  • Integration

    Improve coordination and integration of the development and implementation of major national and regional infrastructure projects

About FIIDCA

Federal Integrated Infrastructure Development Coordinating Agency

Welcome to the Federal Integrated Infrastructure Development Coordinating Agency (FIIDCA). As mandated by the Proclamation, the Agency will develop effective working framework with major Infrastructure Project Sponsors and Stakeholders. The Agency may establish advisory, technical and managerial working groups and committees as required advancing its operations. A detailed organizational structure showing the relationships, communications channels as well as roles and responsibilities of the different organs of the Agency will be developed.

Recent Projects

60% FIIDCA Regulation
65% Road Cut and Repair Standard
80% Utility Corridor Design Standard
92% Project permit procedure
92% Project followup and enfprcement procedure

FIIDCA Objective and Mission

  • Mission

    The primary mission of FIIDCA is to institutionalize best practices and ensure major infrastructure projects in the country; involving such sectors as Transportation, Energy, ICT and Water are planned, designed and implemented in an efficiently coordinated and integrated manner to effectively support, accelerate and sustain the rapid Growth and Transformation of the country; and to contribute to the quality of life and standard of living of the population.
  • Objective

    The objective of the Agency shall be to coordinate the execution of integrated infrastructure development works in accordance with Roads Master Plan and to develop formula for the assessment of compensation for properties to be removed, landholdings to be expropriated due to integrated infrastructure development works.

Master Plan Develop a Master (Strategic) Plan, which will serve for the Agency as a Road Map and Guide or a Platform to spearhead coordination and integration of the development and implementation of major national and regional infrastructure projects, by project sponsors and stakeholders,

Prepare, in collaboration with other relevant organs, National Infrastructure Master Plan and integrated infrastructure development works plan and ensure that it is implemented by implementing organs.

Permit To create a well functioning integrated infrastructure for sustainable development by building a meaning full permit process in a modern and systematic way for ensuring each infrastructure implementing organ obtain a permit from the agency prior to commencement of its works and issue permit, in addition to infrastructure works, for construction and related activities under taken based on permitted construction works.

Enforcement Provide technical and managerial support to regional state agencies, which may undertake nationally or regionally vital or significant infrastructure projects (e.g. renewable energy researches and pilot projects; road construction to a major historical or tourist site etc.),

Develop guidelines and mechanisms for early identification of potential conflicts and risks and work closely with stakeholders to advance and institutionalize the best practices in infrastructure project planning, design, implementation, coordination, prevention and mitigation of project risks; also document lessons learned for reference and education.

Compensation The FDRE government has provided the existing Proclamation No. 455/2005 and it is implementing Regulation No 135/2007. Some regional states have adopted a detailed directive while others are still working on it. This means, while some of the regions use their own directives and guidelines for the purpose of expropriation and valuation of property, others are using the Federal proclamation and regulation. Those regions without directives and guidelines are facing problems because there are some gaps which are expected to be filled by detailed rules of the regions. Even for those who have them, the directives and guidelines adopted are not uniform and include considerable differences. This causes variation in valuation approaches and the amount of compensation paid.

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