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Yemen - Second Port Cities Development Project (Arabic)

The objective of the Second Port Cities Development Project for Yemen is to improve access to and the efficiency of, select public infrastructure in the three port cities of Aden, Hodeidah, and Mukalla. There are three components to the project, the first component being infrastructure development. This component will finance provision of goods, works, and consultants' services for: (i) Hodeidah: improvements to infrastructure at fishing port in Hodeidah and service delivery at Al Beida Al Shimaliya settlement; (ii) Aden: infrastructure improvements in and around four district markets; and (iii) Mukalla: expansion of the Mukalla airport passenger terminal building and improvements to the airport's lighting system and improvements to urban at road intersections in Mukalla. The second component is the technical assistance and training. This component will finance provision of goods, training and consultant services for: (a) the development and implementation of asset management activities in Aden, Hodeidah, and Mukalla; and (b) development and implementation of accounting and budgeting systems for district markets in Aden. Finally, the third component is the project management.


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    Yemen, Republic of

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    Middle East and North Africa,

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    Yemen - Second Port Cities Development Project

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Yemen - Second Port Cities Development Project (Arabic). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.