According to World Bank website, the development objective of the Second Road Sector Project for Laos is to strengthen maintenance systems to improve reliable road connectivity in Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and to provide immediate and effective response in case of an eligible crisis or emergency. The project comprises of four components:
Component 1. Climate resilient road maintenance will finance the climate resilient periodic maintenance and routine maintenance works program in Phongsaly, Houaphan, Oudomxay, Xiengkhouang, Xayabouly, and Bolikhamxay provinces, including technical assistance for design and supervision of works.
Component 2. Institutional strengthening will provide technical assistance, goods, training, and operating costs for: (a) strategic planning and financing; (b) sector governance; (c) climate resilient road asset management; and (d) capacity building.
Component 3. Project management will provide technical and operational assistance for the day-to-day management, monitoring and evaluation of the project, and the carrying out of technical and financial audits.
Component 4. Contingent emergency response will finance public and private sector expenditures on a positive list of goods and or specific works, goods, services, and emergency operation costs required for emergency recovery.
Team Leader: Sombath Southivong
Senior Infrastructure Specialist, World Bank
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Borrower/Client/Recipient: External Finance Department, Ministry of Finance
Angkhansada Mouangkham, Deputy Director General
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Implementing Agency: Department of Planning and Cooperation
Oulay Phadouangdeth, Director General
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