MRGP Scope

Substantial private sector investment in mining in Central Mozambique in the last few years has created an opportunity for expanding the existing transport and energy grids in the affected regions. Along with improvements in the transport regulatory environment, multiple users, including those from Mozambique's landlocked neighbours, will benefit from enhanced infrastructure services and the resulting efficiencies.

The MRGP has two components: The Mozambique National Component - focused on improving infrastructure along the main trunk corridors of Beira and Nacala by strengthening the work of the Ministry of Transport and Communications regarding transport policy, planning and regulations.

The Regional Component, which aims to ensure that transport corridor developments translate into trade benefits for the landlocked neighbouring countries,
Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana by supporting strategic interventions that decrease transport costs and improve the efficiency of the transport corridors.


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