According to the bank website, "The project's overall objective is to contribute to the improvement of air transport safety and security in Central African Republic (CAR). Its sector objective is to consolidate the role of air transport in serving CAR through safe, secure, efficient and quality airport services in line with international standards. The Bank's intervention under PAMAB-II (supplementing PAMAB-I) aims to support CAR to (i) upgrade air transport facilities and services at Bangui/M’Poko International Airport to the required safety and security standards; and (ii) improve the airport platform’s service level."
Augustin KARANGA (Team Leader)
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