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FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION 2013 MINISTERIAL PLATFORM TO COMMEMORATE MID-TERM ANNIVERSARY OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S ADMINISTRATION Presented by: Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed CON Honourable Minister, FCT June, 2013


OUTLINE Vision, Mission and Mandate Effective and Efficient

Administrative Framework  Critical Infrastructure  Road Infrastructure  District Infrastructure  Transportation

Services

Wealth Creation and Poverty

Reduction

 Agriculture Services  Empowerment

Safe and Secure

Environment  Security

 Environment

Transportation Services Education Services HealthCare Services Area Council services

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VISION, MISSION AND MANDATE Vision “To be one of the 20 capital cities by the year 2020 ” Mission “The provision of infrastructure, services and administration for the development of a first class Federal Capital Territory comparable to the best in the world” Mandate     

Providing an effective and efficient administrative framework Provision of critical infrastructure Provision of Services to the FCT residents Wealth creation and poverty reduction Provision of safe & secure environment 36


Mandate

PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK

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FCTA ORGANOGRAM SUGGESTED ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE OF FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY (FCT) HON. MINISTER

Chief of Staff

Surveyor General’s Office Land Administration/ AGIS Auditor Gen. of FCT Area Councils

Special Advisers Area Council Services Secretariat

Hon. Minister of State

FCT Christian Pilgrim Board

FCT Audit

FCT Muslim Pilgrim Board

SERVICOM

Permanent Secretary

Area Council Services Commission

Anti-Corruption Unit

Establishment & Training FCTA Procurement Monitoring & Inspection FCT Pension

Finance & Economic Development

Chief of Staff

Common Services

FCT ICT

Internal Audit Public Relations

Special Assistants

Engineering Department

Mandate Secretariats

FCT Treasury FCT Economic Planning Internal Revenue Abuja Infrastructure Investment

Abuja Metropolitan Mgt Services

Transport Secretariat

Development Control

Health & Human Services Secretariat

Water Board

Education Secretariat

Abuja Environmental Protection Board

Agric & Rural Devt. Secretariat

Parks & Recreation

Social Development Secretariat

Urban Affairs

Legal Secretariat

N e w

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Executive Secretary, FCDA

Outdoor and Advertisement Department Emergency Management Department

Facility Mgt

Resettlement & Compensation Public Building Finance & Administration FCDA Procurement Urban & Regional Planning Satellite Town Infrastructure Dept. Mass Housing


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK

FCTA has over 78 Departments and Agencies 2 New Departments have been established for more effective and efficient administration: •

Outdoor Signage and Advertisement Department

FCT Emergency Management Department

Litigation: Reduced from 1,700 cases to 800 cases between 2011 – 2012. Over 200 cases resolved through the Alternative Dispute Resolution options (ADR). Won over 70 Court Cases in 2012 for the FCTA.

Saved the Administration over N30 Billion Naira.

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ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK…2

PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

POLICY INITIATIVES ADOPTED i. Development Control policy • Inclusion of a 4 year redecoration rule on buildings as part of conditions in conveying approved plans. • Established guidelines on neighborhood associations • Policy on fencing of commercial plots in the FCT. • Enforced provision of ramps in commercial buildings for the disabled. ii. Land Swap Initiative

i.

Accelerated Area Councils and Sectional Titles Re-issuance Scheme (AACSTRIS). ii. Security Trust Fund Initiative iii. Guidelines for the FCT Mass Housing Policy. iv. Development of Information Technology Policy in Education vii. Development of FCT Park Policy. viii. Engagement of law enforcement agencies in monitoring and enforcement of Master Plan provision in the FCT (e.g. police , SSS, NDLEA etc) 7


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK‌2

Performance Indicator

2012 (Planned Target)

2012 (Actual as at Dec.)

8

14

800 cases

786 cases

No. of stakeholder engagements conducted

200

250

% increase in IGR

75%

35%

No. of policy initiatives adopted Reduction in # of litigation

Value (=N=) of Foreign Direct Investment inflow into FCT # of successful PPP transaction completed

$ 4.2 Bn 10

7

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Mandate 2

PROVISION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE

S/NO

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

1

REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF AIRPORT EXPRESSWAY LOT I

2

3

4

5

REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF AIRPORT EXPRESSWAY LOTS II REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF OUTER NORTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ONEX) (KUBWA RD) LOT I REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF OUTER NORTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ONEX) (KUBWA RD) LOT II CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTHERN PARKWAY FROM INNER SOUTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ISEX) TO RING ROAD I (RRI)

% 2011

% IN 2013

40%

78%

75%

98%

61%

90%

62%

87%

1%

15%

10


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE

% 2011

% IN 2013

20%

75%

7

PROVISION OF PRIMARY ROAD TO MASS HOUSING (ARTERIAL ROAD S.30), ABUJA

1%

29%

8

COMPLETION OF ROADS B6, B12 & CIRCLE ROAD, ABUJA CENTRAL AREA

42%

52%

9

RECONSTRUCTION OF LOWER USUMA DAM – GURARA DAM-JERE ROAD PROJECT

30%

85%

6

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS EXTENSION OF INNER SOUTHERN EXPRESSWAY (ISEX) FROM OUTER SOUTHERN EXPRESSWAY (OSEX) TO SOUTHERN PARKWAY (S8/S9)

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

% 2011

% IN 2013

10

RESURFACING OF EXISTING ROADS AND REMEDIAL WORKS IN WUSE 1 AND GARKI DISTRICT

1%

65%

11

ADDENDUM CONTRACT TO COMPLEMENTARY ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES TO THE FCC STAGE II

56%

96% 23%

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CONSTRUCTION OF KARSHI-ARA ROAD

19%

48% 13

CONSTRUCTION OF KARSHI-APO ROAD

14

REHABILITATION OF ROADS, DRAINAGES FROM GWAGWALADA –DOBI-IZOM

29% 55% 32%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

% 2011

15

CONSTRUCTION OF ONEX-BWARI ROAD

6%

16

CONSTRUCTION OF 11KM MPAPEGALUWYI/SHERE ROAD

11%

17

CONSTRUCTION OF 25KM, A2 KWAITA-YEBU ROAD

18

PROVISION OF ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND WATER RETICULATION TO KUBWA OWNER OCCUPIER ESTATE PHASE II

27%

19

PROVISION OF 13KM ROAD FROM KUJE TO GAUBE

20%

20

CONSTRUCTION OF TOWNSHIP ROADS IN THE SIX AREA COUNCILS OF FCT

41%

% IN 2013 12% 22%

27%

30% 51%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE

S/NO

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

% 2011

% IN 2013 11%

1

DEVELOPMENT OF DISTRICT 1 OF ABUJA NORTH WEST DISTRICT, PHASE IV, FCC

5%

2

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO WUYE DISTRICT, ABUJA.

34%

3

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE JAHI DISTRICT

11%

27%

4

PROVISION OF PRIMARY ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO MBORA DISTRICT PHASE I

1%

4%

5

IDU DISTRICT – INDUSTRIAL AREA 1B – ABUJA PHASE III

50%

68%

56%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE

S/NO

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

% 2011

% IN 2013

6

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO ABUJA TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE (ATV), ABUJA.

46%

65%

7

KARMO RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE

70%

92%

8

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO MAITAMA EXTENSION (GOODLUCK DISTRICT)

10%

26%

9

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO GUZAPE DISTRICT, LOT I

60%

74%

10

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO GUZAPE DISTRICT, LOT II

89%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE

LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS

11

PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE TO APO ESTATE LAYOUT

12

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO KUBWA SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 4 & 5)

13

PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO KARSHI SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 1&2)

% 2011

% IN 2013 13% 51%

42% 43.6% 41.3% 75%

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PROVISION OF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE TO BWARI SATELLITE TOWN (DISTRICTS 1&2)

15

PROVISION OF ROAD, WATER & ELECTRICITY SUPPLIES TO RESETLEMENT SITES GALUYI/SHERE

51% 18% 12%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Provided access to 5,824 commercial and Residential Plots in Jahi, Wuye, Kagini, Maitama Extension and Katampe Districts of the FCC. Ready access to about 2,300 plots for development of Building Structures in Kubwa, Bwari and Karshi Satellite Towns. Provided access to 240 commercial and Industrial Plots Created direct employment to about 50,000 Nigerians in the FCC and about 25,000 jobs in the Satellite Towns Travel time has reduced from 50mins in June 2011 to 30mins in May 2013 between the City –Airport as well as Zuba, Kubwa – City.

Accident rate has reduced by more than 70% on these roads. Elimination of incidences of robbery on the expressways 17


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE VIDEO

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TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

SERVICES PROVIDED

2011

2013 OVERALL PROGRESS

1.

Abuja Rail Mass Transit Project Phase â…  (Lots 1&3)

22%

25.57%

2.

4.

On-Street Parking Management 3600 Spaces system for parking & 600 Job created Signalized intersections 48 upgraded Solar powered road studs 900

5.

Delineators

850

6.

Solar warning lights

35

7.

Anti-glare curtains

1800

3.

4,800 spaces & 1,130 jobs created

126 1500 1050

1800 19


TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

SERVICES PROVIDED

2011

2013 OVERALL PROGRESS

1050

1910

50

54

8.

Traffic signs

9.

Speed bumps

10.

Additional vehicles registered

11

Solar warning lights

35

35

13

Solar chevron directional signs

nil

52

14

Licensed High capacity bus operators in the city High capacity buses available for operation. Abuja Taxi Scheme

3

7

150

370

15

16

20,000

250 provided

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE VIDEO

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

LAND SWAP MODEL

FCT Administration is to grant agreed percentage of land in a Greenfield district to a developer for real property development under a special contract envisaged by the land use act. In exchange for the grant, the developer is to provide primary infrastructure in the agreed district without any financial, technical or risk demand on the part of the FCTA.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

LAND SWAP PROGRAMME IN SECTOR ‘N’, PHASE IV SOUTH

District

Investor(s)

Size(Ha)

Ketti North

CRCC(Nig)Ltd

466.58

Sheretti a. Sheretti b.

Dangote Group Urban Shelter Infrastructural Ltd

177.98 205.03

Ketti East a. Ketti East b.

Gilmor (Nig) Ltd Ketti East Infrastructural Development Ltd Adkan Services Ltd Hongye (Hyitong) Ltd

211.57 182.39

Ketti a. Ketti b.

151.28 296.01

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

LAND SWAP PROGRAMME IN SECTOR ‘O’, PHASE IV SOUTH District Sherretti C heche A SherrittiCheche B WaruPozema A WaruPozema B Bueun A Bueun B BueunWest B West Bueun West A

Investor Ridley. Group Bolmus Rosehill Group First Aries Petroleum & Crude Oil Systems Property Development Consortium Africa International Continental AM-PM Global Network Pima International

Size (Ha) 315.08 343.03 317.80 317.80 319.40 306.56 289.46 343.07

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

ACHIEVEMENT

1

Comprehensive Development of Dallas Caraway District

Groundbreaking ceremony has been achieved.

Comprehensive Development of Abuja Industrial Park

Groundbreaking ceremony has been achieved. The Development to commence

Comprehensive development of Waru Pozema district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. WADIC Limited and Rosehill Group Limited

Survey Completed, detailed Land use Plan Completed.

Comprehensive development of Sheretti Cheche district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Ridley Group and Bolmus Group Limited

Sheretti Cheche (A) :Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed. Sheretti Cheche (B):Survey Completed while Detailed Land use Planning progress.

2

3

4

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT 5 Comprehensive development of Burum West district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. PIMA International projects and Consulting Limited 6 Comprehensive development of Sheretti district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Urban Shelter Infrastructure Limited and Dangote Group Plc 7 Comprehensive development of Ketti district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Haitong Group Limited 8 Comprehensive development of Ketti East district A and B districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Ketti East Infrastructure Development Company Limited and Gilmor Engineering Nigeria Limited

ACHIEVEMENT Burum West (B)Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan completed. Sheretti (B) :Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed. Ketti (A) : Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed, Reviewed.

Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed, Reviewed.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

PROJECTS

ACHIEVEMENTS

9 Comprehensive development of Ketti North districts in Phase IV of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. CRCC Nigeria Limited 10 Comprehensive development of Gwagwa districts of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Edimo Nigeria Limited 11 Comprehensive development of DIstrict within the Cadastral Zone EO8 of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Under the Land Swap Program by Messrs. Edimo Nigeria Limited

Investor has reported but yet to commence technical discussion

12 Abuja City Centre development

All issues pertaining to encumbrance of the land have been resolved, Concept design is ready.

Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed, Reviewed.

Survey Completed, Detailed Land use Plan Completed, Reviewed.

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PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

PROJECTS

ACHIEVEMENTS

13 Institutionalization of AIIC as PPP Resource Centre of the FCT Administration

Conceptual design for the project has been completed.

15 Upgrade of the Utako Motor Park

Negotiations to compensate the present occupants of the park have been concluded.

16 Efficient waste collection in the Federal Capital Territory. 17 Construction of Public Toilets in 28 Sites with FCC 18 Centenary City Project at Wawa District

Ministerial support/backing

19 Aerotropolis project

Survey Completed while Detailed Land use in Planning progress

The Design of Toilet Completed Survey Completed while Detailed Land use in Planning progress

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

ABUJA INDUSTRIAL PARK

$ 200 Million of Infrastructure cost $1.6 billion of Industries Development 177 plots of land for petrochemical, agro-allied, furniture and textile manufacturing sectors

Independent power plant 40,000 skilled and unskilled jobs

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAND SWAP DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT VIDEO

31


Mandate

PROVISION OF SERVICES TO THE FCT RESIDENTS

32


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

EDUCATION SERVICES

28 New schools were established 85 schools made up of both public and private were accredited 1,553 Classrooms completed 107 Private Schools have been given permission to commence academic activities 29 learners graduated from the Vocational Training Centers Training of 400 adult learners in the acquisition of different skills that will empower them to be self reliant 22,468 pupils/students who were indigenes and indigent were given educational assistance to the tune of N404,865,000.00 UNFPA also supported the empowerment of 53 learners in skill acquisition training 120 Mathematics Teachers have been trained Work at the International Technical &Vocational Institute Utako has reached 58% 12 Science Labs and 2 Intro Technology Labs were constructed in Junior Secondary Schools 1,375 Sets of furniture were provided for Primary and Junior Secondary Schools 33


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

11

EDUCATION SERVICES

16

1,308,780 pupils/students and teachesr textbooks and instructional materials were provided 2,500 Teachers were recruited for Basic and Senior Secondary Schools Teacher Training & Development Trainings were carried out for 6,911 heads of schools & teachers in various areas for improved teaching and learning outcomes Special Needs Education Provision of 20 specialized instructional materials/equipment: Braille Machine, Thermo phones, Audiometer, Embosser, Computers with special software, Braille papers, Wheel Chairs and Physiotherapy equipment . 18-Seater Bus was also provided to each of the 3 special needs schools 6no. classrooms, 7no. staff quarters, landscaping, boys hostel, fence, drainages, & sporting facilities at School for the Handicapped, Jabi 2no. Staff quarters, play ground, landscaping and drainages at School for the Blind, Jabi.

17

Provision of 16 water system toilets with overhead tanks for Junior Secondary Schools

18

10 Libraries with a capacity to accommodate 140 pupils/students each were constructed, furnished and equipped in both Junior and Senior Secondary schools

12 13

14

15

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

EDUCATION SERVICES WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

JSS Jikwoyi 2011 SAGE Champions Junior Secondary School Jikwoyi took first position in all competitions organized by the Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE). The school is now four times world Champion (Ukraine 2007, Nigeria 2008 & Brazil 2009), and USA (2011). Science & Tech Awards Promotion of science & technology in schools has earned FCT many laurels: 1st position in Nigerian Institute of Physics Competition, 1st position in the world space week completion, 1st position in the NNPC National Science completion

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

EDUCATION SERVICE WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Indicator Indicator 1 Gross Enrolment Ratio •Early Child Care •Primary •Junior Secondary •Senior Secondary Indicator 2 Retention: •Primary •Junior Secondary •Senior Indicator 3 Pupil/Student Teacher Ratio •Primary •Junior Secondary •Senior Secondary Indicator 4 Pupil/Student- Core Subject Teacher Ratio •Basic •Senior Secondary Indicator 5 % of examination passes in WAEC NECO

2012

2013 (Actual as at May.)

27.5% 64.1% 67.9% 44.0%

31.7% 64.2% 72.2% 32.6%

97.7% 98.2% 96.2%

97.7% 98.2% 96.2%

1:24 1:19 1:14

1:25 1:20 1:14

1:103 1:52

1:103 1:52

38.2%

38.2%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

EDUCATION SERVICE WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED Indicator

2012

Indicator 6 Pupil/StudentClassroom Ratio •Primary •JSS •SSS Indicator 7 Pupil/StudentToilet Ratio •Primary •JSS •SSS

1:45 1:55 1:44

1:122 1:55 1:56

2013 (Actual as at May.)

1:46 1:57 1:45

1:126 1:180 1:58

Indicator 8 % Pass Rate(JSCE)

•BECE

94.4%

94.4%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SN 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SERVICES PROVIDED

CONSTRUCTION OF 60 BED COTTAGE HOSPITAL AT GWAGWALADA CONSTRUCTION OF 60 BED COTTAGE HOSPITAL AT KARSHI AND SHERE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF 220-BED UTAKO HOSPITAL EXPANSION AND REHABILITATION OF ASOKORO , MAITAMA, WUSE ,ABAJI, BWARI, GWARINPA, KUBWA AND NYANYA HOSPITALS. BWARI HOSPITAL HOSTEL BLOCK FOR SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY NUMBER OF CHILDREN IMMUNIZED PROGRESS STATUS OF OUTPATIENT ATTENDANCE IN SECONDARY CARE FACILITIES. PROGRESS STATUS OF OUTPATIENT ATTENDANCE TO THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Mailafiya Prototype Primary HealthCare Clusters

2011 10%

2013 OVERALL PROGRESS 35%

1%

30%

6%

59%

35%

80%

1% 30% 438,511 654,553

35% 70% 476,234 720,008

80,834

88,934

20

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED PPP in Health and Human Services •Karu Hospital •Garki Hospital Free Health Programs •Free Antenatal Care (Total of 306,322 women seen between 2011 and 2013) •Free Under 5 program (68% have access to healthcare services) •Mailafiya program (87,653 patients seen) •Community Based Health Insurance Scheme (10,000 enrollees) Under 5 mortality rate, per 1000 live births (150/1000) Maternal mortality ratio per 100,000 live births (211/100,000)

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Mailafiya is giving free healthcare to over 336 communities in 52 clusters Mailafiya has 20 prototype PHC completed and operational in communities. 10 prototype PHC facilities are at various stages of completion . 22 additional PHCs are being procured. Mailafiya has won the 2013 prestigious United Nations Public Service Excellence Award Community Based Health Insurance Scheme (CBHIS) Pilot Scheme has commenced in 60 FCT rural communities in the Territory.

The Scheme currently has over 10,000 enrollees, the enrollees pay only N1,500 while the Government pays N13,500 as a capitation fund. Over N350m has been invested by FCTA. 40


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

CITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

S/NO LIST OF SERVICES

2011

2013

Applications for building Plans approval.

942

1,489

Complete setting-out approvals granted to commence development

1065

341

3.

Illegal structures removed in and around the Federal Capital City (FCC)

6447

7,247

4.

Internally generated revenue.

N2,662,752,299.27

N3,209,055,390.19

5.

Digitization of building plan approval process achieved.

80%

6.

Improvement in the performance of street lights

The Software was launched in July 2012 80%

7.

Propagation of trees by the two nursery plants.

50,000

250,000

1. 2.

88%

41


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

1

CITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

ACTIVITIES No. of Land applications received

Jan 2012 to May 2013

2

No. of Land allocations made

14,035 5,540

3

No of Certificates of Occupancy executed

8,870

4

No. of Titles Reinstated (including May 2007 Allocations)

3,814

5

No. of Consents for Assignment granted

520

6

No. of Powers of Attorney registered

612

7

No. of double/multiple allocations resolved

183

8

No. of Certified True Copies (CTC) of land documents issued

187

42


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

9

CITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

ACTIVITIES No of legal searches on titles

Jan 2012 to May 2013 2,611

10 No of consent to Mortgages granted

125

11 No of Deed of release of Mortgages registered

25

12 No of Plot Sub-divisions, Merger and extensions granted

23

13 No of Sub-leases registered

9

14 No. of Quarry leases and permits granted

6

15 No. of tittles Revoked for previous commitments, Court Judgments and Overriding public interest 16 No. of fake titles identified and cancelled

30

17 No. of falsified title documents intercepted

52

65

43


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

CITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

a) Reduction in the proliferation of illegal squatter settlement b) Fast tracking the building plan approval process c)

Protection of the environmental and eco system in the FCT

d) Improved security at Parks and Gardens through Solar lights installations in selected parks e) Enhancing the aesthetic and security of the FCT through functional street

lights f)

Five (5) minutes response to fire out break containment by the FCT Fire Service, thus saving life and property 44


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

S/NO

SOCIAL SERVICES

1

Sustained surveillance, evacuation, rehabilitation and repatriation of over 4,800 destitute. 35 mentally-ill persons (among the destitute apprehended) were treated in neuro-psychiatric hospital in Kaduna, 10 of them have fully recovered, rehabilitated and reunited with their families. Organised a medical and rehabilitation outreach programme for over 500 elderly persons in FCT. 1,800 Child-hawkers/beggar and street-kids were apprehended and later released to their parents/guardians after thorough counselling, Over 60 street-kids and child-hawkers were enrolled into primary schools by their parents/guardians. 25 young physically-challenged persons currently in Bwari Vocational & Rehabilitation Centre

2

3 4

5 6

45


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

SOCIAL SERVICES S/NO 7 100 indigent patients, abandoned babies, unidentified and unconscious accident victims, traumatized and abused (rape) cases were supported and rehabilitated 8 3,000 Commercial Sex Workers were apprehended and evacuated from their flash-points in FCC 9 300 of them are undergoing further rehabilitation programme in the FCT Women Rehabilitation Centre, Sabon-Lugbe, in various vocational trades 10 The first batch of 50 trainees had already graduated and passed-out on 6th October, 2011 11 90 family cases were settled and re-union of 38 children with family members 12 A new Synthetic Basketball Court at Area 10 Sports Complex has been completed 13 A Squash Hall also being constructed at the complex is at its final stage of completion. 46


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

S/NO

SOCIAL SERVICES

16

Refurbishing of Ushaffa Pottery Centre at Ushaffa in Bwari Area Council, a Training Centre for women and Youth as well as a Tourist Centre.

17

Development of Taruga Archeological Site, a major Tourist site in the FCT located in the Municipal Area Council.

18

Creation of State of the Art Cultural Parks and Gardens which include Sculptural, Horticultural Artistic, Ecological and Nature Parks within the FCT.

19

Renovation of NYSC Camp

47


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICE WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Performance Indicator

No. of graduated Youth equipped with skills through vocational training % No of Physically Challenged persons Rehabilitated and empowered.

2012 to May 2013

Performance Indicator 2012 to May 2013

1500

No of women economically empowered

4000

No of Artifact retrieved. 8

800

% Reduction in Social menace in FCT

45%

No of advocacy sensitization undertaken

45

% Increase in No. of Cultural Performance

55%

48 48


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

PROVISION OF SERVICES VIDEO

49


Mandate

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION

50


PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

S/NO

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION SERVICES

1

FCT Integrated Farm Center at Bwari modeled after Songhai farm centre, Port Novo Council (at 30% completion).

2

Establishment of Fish Farm estate in Bwari to cater for fish farmers

3

Fadama III Project Implementation (115 communities reached)

4

Established a Meat Haulage Programme (procured 20 Vans)

5

Artificial insemination Centre at Paikon-Kore Gwagwalada (70% completion)

6

FCT Fogging Exercise against Vector Pest

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION

SERVICES S/NO 7 Tractor Ownership Scheme for distribution at 50% subsidy 8

9 10 11

12

FCT Anti-Rabies Disease Control Programme (2,846 dogs immunized) Dry season irrigation activity (jobs for 6,000 households) FCT Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme (N414.8m distributed to 1,171 farmers) Growth Enhancement Support (111,276 farmers registered) Establishment of Kwali Micro Finance Bank

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION

WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED Performance Indicator

2012 (Planned Target)

2012 (Actual as at Dec.)

% of population below N150/day

39%

25.87%

# of jobs created through agricultural activities

32,000

30,757

# of Jobs created through empowering communities

6,000

3,220

Volume of livestock production (mt)

9.4mt

7.4mt

# of empowered population engaged in profitable farming enterprise

67,000 farmers

58,000 farmers

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Performance Indicator

2012 (Planned Target)

2012 (Actual as at Dec.)

% in productivity (yield/Ha)

47.2%

Ha of farm land cultivated

20,000 ha

41, 000

# of metric tons of grains produced

227,100mt

214, 689mt

# of metric tons of tubers produced

521,750mt

461, 556

52.30%

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION WHAT WE HAVE DELIVERED

Performance Indicator

2012 (Planned Target)

# of lives tocks (herds) produced (millions)

9.45m

# of fish produced (mt) # of youth and women trained under skills acquisition programmes # of Jobs created by FCT SURE-P

2012 (Actual as at Dec.)

6.5m

12,000mt

2, 500mt

2,997

4, 707

7,500

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

WEALTH CREATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION VIDEO

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Mandate

PROVISION OF SAFE & SECURE ENVIRONMENT

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SECURITY

 Logistic Support to Security

Agencies. • Procurement and distribution of 114 operational vehicles to various Security Agencies in the Territory, fitted with latest communication and security gadget. • Construction of additional 11 no. Police Posts and 3 no. Police Stations across the Federal Capital City, all in a bid to control crimes.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SECURITY

 Regional Security Outfit

 Sustaining the tempo of the

 

Regional Security outfit known as G7 Security Summit. founded in 2007 for the Territory and its contiguous states. The Security initiative is designed to combat insecurity through joint collaboration. The incidence of highway crime within the contiguous states has reduced substantially. 2 meetings of G7 were held in 2012.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS 

Use of Informants(Layers)  The use of informant (layers) in all six Area Councils has yielded tremendous results. 

SECURITY

Apprehension of bandits and significant recovery of arms and ammunition.

Public Enlightenment/Call Centre's  The Security Department in the second and last quarter of 2012 published and circulated to the public a document containing telephone help lines for emergency contacts. 

Call Centre has been reinforced with adequate personnel and channels for easy response to distress calls.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SECURITY

 351 suspected armed robbers arrested.

 Several criminal hideouts/shanties were

raided in various locations in Abuja.

 753 stolen vehicles recovered.  Over 2000 Kilograms of substances

suspected to be Indian Hemp and other hard drugs recovered.

 65 drug addicts were rehabilitated and 19

are still undergoing rehabilitation.

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100

0 0 8 1 0 0 1

Kidnapping Foiled Arson Religious Crises Assassination Student Unrest

600

500

Immigrant

181

Fraud

3

Culpable Homicide

0

Terrorism

Drug Possession

302

Arm Robbers Arrested

200

Foiled Robbery

300

Bank Robbery

400

House Robbery

800

Car Snatch/Theft

PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SECURITY

Summary of Crime Statistics in FCT from Jan Dec 2012

753

700

512

351 162

84 Total

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

SECURITY

CHART SHOWING COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CRIME STATISTICS BETWEEN 2011 AND 2012. 1000

910

900

800

753

700 600

545

512

500 351

400

2012

302 300

196 181

200

2011

187

142 113

84

100 00

0

32

0

33

8 11

13

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04

11

0

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ENVIRONMENT

 Effective waste collection and treatment services within the FCC.  18 No. waste collection consultants engaged.

 13 Districts concessional for waste collection.  Park and Charge on PPP initiated.  28 additional compacting trucks to enhance waste collection.

 2 addition Master Canal Flushers.  Purchase of Ro-Ro Trucks and Bins to Service high waste generating premises and high activity areas such as motor parks, markets & villages around the city.

 Introduction of regular premises sanitary inspections as against previous monthly environmental sanitation.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ENVIRONMENT

Carried out Clean and Green initiatives in conjunction with the Six Area Councils of FCT anchored by STDA to mop – up refuse dumps in Satellite Towns of the Six Area Councils. Other activities include: 

Cleaning and evacuation of waste in the Six Area Councils and capital towns of Kuje, Abaji, Kwali, Bwari, Gwagwalada and Municipal

Desiltation of 170km of the major road drainages in the Six Area Councils’ capital towns to prevent annual flooding and breeding places for pathogens/vectors

Concluded the Licensing of 22 lots Pilot Scheme on waste evacuation in Satellite Towns to keep the Satellite Towns waste/ refuse free.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ENVIRONMENT

ď ą Sensitisation and

Advocacy Programs in the Six Area Council to foster attitudinal change and create awareness in Environmental sanitation and Public Health

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

 Planting of

ENVIRONMENT

Avenue trees at

regular interval of the Nyanya – Karshi road to beautify it(24km)

 Establishment of Plant Nursery in

Pegi for raising of assorted seedlings for various tree Planting Programmes. So far, a total of 20,000 seedlings were raisedwithin the period under review.  Beautification and metal fencing of Karu interchange, and cleaning of Zuba and Nyanya Interchanges.

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

ENVIRONMENT

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CHALLENGES

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

CHALLENGES

 LEGISLATION 

Bill for the Establishment of FCT Board of Internal Revenue

Bill to formally establish FCT Public Service Commission

Bill to Provide for the Establishment of Abuja Transport Authority

 DEMOGRAPHICS 

Urbanization growing at the ratio of 9:1

Population increase as a result of birth

Migration from other States to FCT, in search of greener pasture

 RESETTLEMENT AND COMPENSATION

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PROGRESS / ACHIEVEMENTS

CHALLENGES

 INFRASTRUCTURE DEFICIT 

The demographics has shown the need for Abuja as an emerging

City to address the Infrastructure deficit.

 FUNDING 

Inadequate Budget appropriation to meet the timeline for the execution of the projects. Our outstanding liabilities for ongoing projects in 2012 stood at N420bn.

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ABUJA IS WORKING

THANK YOU FOR LISTENING

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#MP2013 Presentation of the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration