According to bank documents, the project aims to "improve climate resilient road access to economic and human capital development facilities in targeted provinces...The design of the proposed project builds on a network-wide connectivity approach in targetedprovinces to improve all-season road accessibility in rural areas, between rural areas and urban centers, and beyond. The project provinces include Kampong Cham, Kratie and Tboung Khmum with a total population of over 2.3 million people. The selection of provinces was determined considering several criteria including density of rural population, agricultural potential, vulnerability to floods, conditionof roads and connectivity of provincial road networks."
Sadig Aliyev, Veasna Bun
Senior Transport Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Pornmoniroth Aun, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister
Secretary of State
Under Secretary of State
Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Sovicheano Pheng, Secretary of State
Chanthol Sun, Senior Minister
Ministry of Rural Development
Kong Suos, Secretary of State
Darong Chan, Secretary of State
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