Emergency Transport Rehabilitation Project

The project will facilitate Afghanistan’s economic and social recovery through improved (i) physical access to goods, markets, and administrative and social services; (ii) building capacity in management, implementation and maintenance of transport services and works; and (iii) assist in the establishment of a policy framework for sustainable transport service delivery.


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