According to ADB website, the project aims to assist the Government of Cambodia with periodic maintenance of the national and provincial roads administered by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT). The project's original concept is aimed to (i) assist MPWT in the periodic maintenance of about 515 kilometers (km) of MPWT roads; and (ii) help to create a sustainable road maintenance regime by strengthening capacity at MPWT by (a) improving the maintenance and management of its road network; (b) strengthening axle load control operations; and (c) further strengthening the process of privatizing MPWT's force account units. The project will also support a community-based road safety program, and an HIV/AIDS and human trafficking awareness and prevention program, with sufficient gender considerations.
Project Officer: Erdene, Oyunchimeg
Southeast Asia Department
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