WHAT IS THE LAPSSET CORRIDOR PROGRAM?
The LAPSSET Corridor Program is Eastern Africa’s largest and most ambitious infrastructure project bringing together Kenya, Ethiopia and South Sudan. This mega project consists of seven key infrastructure projects starting with a new 32 Berth port at Lamu (Kenya); Interregional Highways from Lamu to Isiolo, Isiolo to Juba (South Sudan), Isiolo to Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), and Lamu to Garsen (Kenya), Crude Oil Pipeline from Lamu to Isiolo, Isiolo to Juba; Product Oil Pipeline from Lamu to Isiolo, Isiolo to Addis Ababa; Interregional Standard Gauge Railway lines from Lamu to Isiolo, Isiolo to Juba, Isiolo to Addis Ababa, and Nairobi to Isiolo; 3 International Airports: one each at Lamu, Isiolo, and Lake Turkana; 3 Resort Cities: one each at Lamu, Isiolo and Lake Turkana; and The multipurpose High Grand Falls Dam along the Tana River.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The acronym LAPSSET stands for: Lamu Port, South Sudan, Ethiopia Transport Corridor
LAPSSET is a regional project between the countries of Ethiopia, Kenya and South Sudan with an aim of linking them to each other, and to their neighbors in Eastern Africa.
We are actively seeking investment from firms/consortia interested in the development of various components of the LAPSSET Corridor Program. This is following the approval by cabinet for the projects to be funded under the PPP (Public Private Partnerships) framework. Please contact us for further details on how to prepare your proposal for investment into the LAPSSET Corridor, or visit the Investment page for more details.
H.E. PRESISDENT, UHURU KENYATTA, CGH., AWARDED THE BABACAR NDIAYE GRAND TROPHY FOR CHAMPIONING CONSTRUCTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THREE KEY REGIONAL INTEGRATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta was on 23rd May 2018 awarded the Babacar Ndiaye Grand Trophy by the ‘Africa Road Builders’ at the AfDB Annual Meetings taking place in Busan, South Korea. The ceremony was held at the Hyatt Hotel, Busan, South Korea. H.E the President was awarded the Babacar Ndiaye Grand Trophy for championing construction
The Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor Development Authority (LCDA) represented by the Director General/CEO, Silvester Kasuku and the National Land commission of Kenya (NLC) represented by the commission’s Chairman, Prof Muhammad Swazuri on 12th January, 2018, signed a Memorandum of understanding that provides a working framework for collaboration between the NLC
In December 2015, The LAPSSET Corridor Development embarked on the Strategic Environmental Assessment for the LAPSSET projects. LCDA is happy to inform that, having undertaken all the necessary legal requirements and guidelines that the SEA is in the final stage where the final SEA report is expected. Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) is a systematic decision
Introduction to the LAPSSET Corridor Projects The Lamu Port South- Sudan, Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor Program is a regional multi modal infrastructure program integrating roads, railway and pipeline components in Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia. The program is the single largest project of its nature in Eastern Africa and is intended to provide seamless connectivity,