The proposed additional financing will support scaling up the Road Network Upgrading Sector Project. An additional 97 kilometers (km) of national roads will be upgraded and climateproofed in addition to the original core subproject, Manatuto to Natarbora (81 km) making 176 km in all. The project is in line with the ongoing efforts of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and other development partners to support the progressive upgrading of the entire national road network.
Council for Administration of the Infrastructure Fund (also Conselho Administrativo do Fundo Infraestrutura)
Palacio do Governo,Ministry of Finance
Edificio 5, 1 Andar Dili, Timor-Leste
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