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Republic of Yemen - Transport Rehabilitation Project (Inglês)

The primary objective of the Transport Rehabilitation Project is to rehabilitate critical components of the country's road and civil aviation infrastructure; secondarily, the project seeks to improve institutional capacity in these sectors for planning and maintenance of existing assets. As the project involves two separate implementing agencies - the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Urban Planning (MOC) and the Civil Aviation and Meteorological Authority (CAMA) - it is divided into two parts, one for each agency, each to be implemented independently of the other. MOC will implement the following: 1) Hodeidah-Salif, 65 km road rehabilitation; 2) Am Ayn-Naqabah, 100 km road rehabilitation; 3) equipment, software and training for maintenance planning; 4) assistance to the newly created Yemen Road Fund Board; 5) study for planning and prioritizing road maintenance needs and detailed design for rehabilitation of key highway links; and 6) implementation and construction supervision consultants. CAMA will implement: 1) Aden International Airport (AIA) terminal reconstruction; 2) new control tower and technical building at AIA; 3) communications/navaids equipment; 4) safety equipment; 5) civil aviation strategy and policy study; and 6) implementation, design and construction supervision.


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    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

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    Iêmen, República do

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Republic of Yemen - Transport Rehabilitation Project

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