Tanzanian Ministry of Energy planned to develop 2115 MW Stiegler’s Gorge Hydroelectric Power Station Project in Morogoro area on Rufiji River, Stigler’s Gorge Area, Tanzania. JV of The Arab Contractors (Osman Ahmed Osman & Co) and El Sewedy Electric was the EPC contractor. Powerchina International Group Ltd was the sub-contractor. The project covered the construction of a 2115 MW hydroelectric power station, including a 134 m high dam, a hydropower plant and other related facilities. After completion, the hydropower station would be the largest in East Africa, the fourth-largest in Africa and the ninth-largest in the world. It would increase the country’s current electricity output and create over 5000 jobs. It was considered as the good example for the Belt and Road Initiative construction. The project would be built on a UNESCO World Heritage site, it might cost more than double the government's estimates based on some study reports. It had strong opposition because of environmental issue from conservationists.