Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Mar 20, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Aug 9, 2022
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To improve the longevity, safety and climate resiliency of selected paved primary roads in Madagascar.
The objective will be expanded to include post-disaster recovery on railways and electricity infrastructure, introduced by the CERC activities. The new objective will be to “improve the longevity safety and climate resiliency of selected paved primary roads, and support emergency recovery of selected main infrastructure in Madagascar”.
Proposed Project Components of the RSSP Project once the AF is approved:
Component 1. Improving Road Condition and Resilience (US$180 million equivalent): This component will finance works and consultancy services to support periodic and routine maintenance on about 1,200 km (representing 20 percent) of national paved primary roads in different regions of Madagascar.
Component 2. Technical Assistance and Support to Roads and Transport Sector Reforms (US$20 million equivalent): This component will primarily finance consultancy services and goods aimed at supporting capacity building and activities within the roads and transport sector to strengthen institutions and to ensure the sustainability of connectivity.
13. Component 3 Contingency Emergency Response Component (US$100 million equivalent) The following activities are being financed under the activated CERC of the original project:
Sub-Component 3.1 Road and Rail infrastructure (US$80 million). This subcomponent will finance consultancy services, equipment, and works for the emergency reconstruction needs of roads, bridges, and associated infrastructure (US$78 million) as well as for railways operated (US$2 million).
Sub-Component 3.2 Electricity Infrastructure (US$20 million). This subcomponent will finance consultancy services, equipment, and works for the emergency reconstruction needs of JIRAMA electricity network, especially the distribution network.
Sub-Component 3.3 Future Contingency Emergency Response Component (US$ 0 equivalent). This subcomponent is introduced to allow for the potential activation of future CERCs if needed.
Ziad Salim EL Nakat
Senior Transport Specialist
Republic of Madagascar
Ministry of Public Works
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