According to bank provided information, this advisory project is to provide support to the Region of Fes-Meknes and specifically to their Rural Roads Project, which aims at converting existing dirt roads into paved roads to improve rural population's access to critical social infrastructure services. IFC will accompany the proposed investment by a comprehensive advisory support program, supported through the MENA Cities Initiative. The advisory support will help the region of Fes-Meknes to address identified investment bottlenecks, facilitating the project's delivery according to international best practice and to build the Region's capacity.
IFC's advisory support focuses on the following areas:
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