Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Feb 13, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Oct 17, 2017
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The objectives of this proposed project are to provide employment and livelihood to disadvantaged rural inhabitants in lagging areas (particularly women and youth) and to maintain the road access of local communities to markets and essential services in the project area.
The project will include the following components to achieve its objectives:
Capacity building activities. The first sub-component of Component 2 will finance capacity building activities to participating regional and local governments staff (around 20 professionals in total) in efficient decentralized road asset management and performance-based contracting and supervision. The second sub-component will finance capacity building activities (in the form of both theoretical and hand-on trainings) to select members (around a thousand in total) of participating community-based organizations (CBOs) in (i) the soft and technical skills and know-how required for carrying out the financed maintenance activities and on (ii) entrepreneurship to foster non-farm rural entrepreneurial activities (in particular by youth and women) in the targeted communities, both by members of the microenterprises themselves and by their family members and neighbors.
Contact : Vincent Vesin
Title : Sr Transport. Spec.
Telephone No : 458-9872
Contact : Nabil Samir
Title : Transport Specialist
Telephone No : 5360+4226
Borrower : Ministry of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water, Directorate of Roads
Contact : Mohamed Berjhit
Title : Deputy Director of Roads
Telephone No : 212-538005600
Email : email@example.com
Regional Directorate of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water
Contact : Mohamed Hafiane
Title : DPETLE
Telephone No : 212-528802085
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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