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KABUL-BAMYAN ROAD REHABILITATION- PHASE TWO

Afghanistan

€ 63,400,000
Committed
€ 63,400,000
Used

Agency

MAE - DGCS

Channel reported

Central government

Description

The REMABAR Project - Phase II - aims to improving the connection between Kabul and Bamyan rehabilitating 83 km of road stretching from the Onay Pass to Bamyan city. The project is phase two of the rehabilitation of the 137 km road from Maidan Shar to Bamyan. The general objective of the project is: to reduce transportation costs within Afghanistan and towards neighboring countries by improving the road network, decreasing the state of isolation of particularly disadvantaged ethnic groups, and increasing the management capacities of the Ministry of Public Works of Afghanistan (MoPW). The project is composed by: (i) grant to the Government of Afghanistan focused on : (a) contract for engineering services and work supervision, (b) contract for works execution, (c) technical support to MoPW through a Project Management Unit; (ii) grant to UNOPS for the provision of technical assistance to the Ministry of Public Works of Afghanistan through a separate project, iii) bilateral funds for the project monitoring carried out through the Italian Development Cooperation Office in Kabul, through a separate project. The project is aligned to Afghan development priorities being part of the “National and Regional Resources Corridors Program” - NRRCP, National Priority Program .# 1 of the Infrastructure Development Cluster of the Afghan Government. read more close

Year Committed Used
2015 - € 21,700,000
2013 - € 21,700,000
2010 € 21,700,000 -
2009 € 21,700,000 -
2008 € 20,000,000 € 20,000,000

Project data

  • Expected start date 01/09/2008
  • CRSID2010001465
  • Purpose Road transport
  • Finance type Aid grant excluding debt reorganisation
  • Flow type Official Development Assistance
  • Bi/Multilateral Bilateral
  • Programme Based Approaches
  • Investment Project