According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve the longevity, safety and climate resiliency of selected paved primary roads in Madagascar.
The design of the proposed Madagascar Road Sector Sustainability Project (MRSSP) started in early 2020 under the then proposed, Infrastructure Governance and Lifeline Connectivity Program for Results -
P173932 (the PforR). The PforR was being prepared with an aim to support the Government of Madagascar to advance reforms and investments to improve infrastructure connectivity in both the electricity and the transport sectors, anchored on the Plan Emergence Madagascar. The transport activities of the PforR focused on enhancing the sustainability (financial, institutional, environmental) and safety of the road sector in the country. Following the need by the Government for more time to advance proposed reforms in the electricity sector, in April 2021 it was agreed to proceed with the transport elements of the PforR through an Investment Project Finance (IPF) instrument.
Ziad Salim EL Nakat
Senior Transport Specialist
Republic of Madagascar
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