According to bank documents, the project aims at "increasing resilience in the transport sector through: (i) utilizing spatial and sector planning tools; (ii) investing in climate resilient infrastructure; (iii) strengthening the enabling environment; and, (iv) supporting post-disaster recovery. The activities proposed under FSMCRRP are aligned with these four broad pillars of support. The value of the programmatic approach is that it will support the systematic improvement of resilience across the countries included within the program to address commonly shared issues. In addition, the program offers a multi-pronged approach to support FSM through considering risksin a holistic manner, through the integration of resilient transport interventions into decision-making and implementation."
World Bank Sean David Michaels, Keelye Rinchen Hanmer Senior Infrastructure Specialist
Borrower/Client/Recipient Department of Finance and Administration Eugene Amor, Secretary of Finance firstname.lastname@example.org
Implementing Agencies Department of Transportation, Communication & Infrastructure Federated States of Micronesia Francis Itimai, Secretary email@example.com
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