According to the Bank's website, this project finances the construction of a 75km detour of the existing section of M41 road between the towns of Obigarm and Nurobod. The M41 is Tajikistan's primary East-West road, which connects Dushanbe with the border to Kyrgyz Republic and onwards to Kazakhstan and China.
It is expected that 157 households will be affected by land acquisition or economic displacement across the whole alignment. A Stakeholder Engagement Plan has been prepared but is not on the project disclosure web-page.
Mr Nurali Arabzoda, Executive Director
+992 372 22-2079
Projects Implementation Unit for Roads Rehabilitation 14 Ayni Street Dushanbe, Tajikistan 734012
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