According to the bank document, the project aims to strengthen maintenance systems to improve reliable road connectivity in Lao PDR, and to provide immediate and effective response in case of an Eligible Crisis or Emergency. As part of the Additional Finance, the Project Development Objective (PDO) is to improve climate resilience and strengthen maintenance systems for a reliable road network in Lao PDR, and to provide immediate and effective response in case of an Eligible Crisis or Emergency.
Progress towards achieving the PDO will be measured with the following Outcome Level indicators:
(a) Preparation and implementation of three-year rolling climate-resilient road maintenance plans, on an annual basis (Yes/No);
(b) Share of total provincial and district road network in Project area in good and fair condition (Percentage);
(c) Share of rural population with access to an all-season road (National) (Percentage);
(d) Share of rural population with access to an all-season road in project area (Percentage);
(e) Direct project beneficiaries (Number); and,
(f) Kilometers of road improved with climate resilience measures and receive maintenance (Kilometers).
International Development Association (IDA - World Bank) US$ 25.00 million
Counterpart funding (Laos Govt) US$ 3.5 million
1/Project Team Leader - World Bank Contact
Sombath Southivong: Senior Infrastructure Specialist
Chanin Manopiniwes: Senior Infrastructure Economist
Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)
Deputy Director-General, External Finance Department, Ministry
Ministry Of Public Works and Transport
Deputy Director-General, Department of Finance, Ministry of
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