Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jun 16, 2022
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According to the bank website, the project mainly seeks to develop a 110-km road linking inter-State zones and open up areas with high agro-sylvo-pastoral potential.
The project comprises: (A) the development of the Hamdara-Wacha-Dungass-Nigerian Border Road, including environmental protection measures; (B) related works, particularly the rehabilitation/construction of socio-economic infrastructure, the development of 150 km related rural roads and 5 km roads in Dungass town, support for agro-pastoral value chains (construction of farmers' houses and livestock vaccination parks , establishment of dairy units, etc.) and support for women and young people; (C) institutional support and project management to conduct technical studies, provide various materials and equipment for proper operation of the project, and operationalize the professionalization policy for transport chain stakeholders.
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