According to the bank's website, the proposed project will "help the Government of Timor-Leste meet its transport sector priorities to enhance connectivity to markets and services and its social and national development agenda, through (i) rehabilitating and upgrading about 173.7 kilometers (km) of national road sections in the east and south coast areas, (ii) improving road asset management, and (iii) strengthening awareness of road safety and gender-related issues."
Council for Administration of the Infrastructure Fund
Palacio do Governo,Ministry of Finance
Edificio 5, 1 Andar Dili, Timor-Leste
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