As stated by the World Bank, the project development objective is to enhance road access in selected rural areas in support of livelihoods of local communities a nd to provide immediate response to an eligible crisis or emergency as needed.
The second AF will be used to better climate proof the road infrastructure to protect against future rainfall events. The second AF will ensure rehabilitation and OPRC maintenance of all 1,400 km of feeder roads as well as rehabilitation and OPRC maintenance of 67.7 km national roads, both ongoing activities under the parent project, and allow ANE to fully execute the pilot rural transport services and road safety activities needed to strengthen existing works under the project. The proposed second AF will adhere to the same implementation arrangements of the parent project.
The environmental and social risk category has been assigned on the basis of a partial assessment.
World Bank Team Leaders:
Emmanuel Taban - Senior Transport Specialist
Monica Augustina Cristina Moldovan - Senior Transport Specialist
No contacts provided at the time of disclosure.
Borrower - Government of Mozambique:
Adriano Ubisse - National Director of Treasury
Implementing Agencies -
National Roads Administration (Administração Nacional de Estradas, ANE):
Cesar Macuacua - Director of PIU
Ângelo António Macuacua Macuacua - Chairman
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