Project Data Sheets (PDS) contain summary information on the project or program: Because the PDS is a work in progress, some information may not be included in its initial version but will be added as it becomes available. Information about proposed projects is tentative and indicative.
|PDS Creation Date||–|
|PDS Updated as of||29 Sep 2014|
|Project Name||MFF - Rural Roads Sector II Investment Program - Tranche 5|
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|Subsector||Road transport (non-urban)|
|Strategic Agendas||Inclusive economic growth (IEG)
|Drivers of Change||Gender equity and mainstreaming (GEM)
Governance and capacity development (GCD)
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Categories||Category 3: Some gender elements (SGE)|
|Type/Modality of Assistance||Approval Number||Source of Funding||Approved Amount (thousand)|
|Loan||2651||Ordinary capital resources||203,810|
For more information about the safeguard categories, please see http://www.adb.org/site/safeguards/safeguard-categories
|During Project Design
|During Project Implementation
|Poor road infrastructure affects economic growth in rural areas. It impacts negatively on domestic and local trade, on the final cost of goods, competition and competitiveness, logistics in general, movement of people, inward investment opportunities, and ultimately on employment. Poor road connectivity has a strong link to poverty. Past neglect of the rural road network has cut off rural communities from mainstream economic centers in the country and even locally. Poor road connectivity has resulted in slow development, and in some cases a faster than needed exodus of young people to cities. The Government is trying to redress this problem under PMGSY, Assam, Orissa, and West Bengal, which are first targeted under the Investment Program, are among the 10 states with large rural populations that lack adequate coverage in terms of all-weather road connectivity. The poverty head count rates in these states are among the highest in India.|
|Contribute to reduction in poverty and deprivation, and support economic growth of the communities connected by Investment Program roads.|
|Description of Outcome
Improved connectivity of rural community to markets, district headquarters, and other centers of economic activity via Investment Program roads
|Progress Towards Outcome
As of 30 June 2014, a total of 1,487 habitations have been connected with breakdown as follows: i) Orissa - 347; ii) Madhya Pradesh - 825; iii) West Bengal - 164, and iv) Chattisgarh - 151.
|Description of Project Outputs
Construction and upgrading of rural roads into all- weather standard Improved community participation
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
As of 30 June 2014, 4,816.26 km completed with breakdown as follows: Chhattisgarh - 325.77 km, Orissa - 1,512.01 km, Madhya Pradesh - 2,535.00 km, and West Bengal - 443.49 km. Targets achieved.
|Status of Development Objectives
|Date of First Listing||2010 Nov 03|
The Project has no provision for financing consulting services. The services of TSC will continue to be financed under Project 4 loan proceeds and will include conducting safeguard due diligence, impact monitoring, preparation of project completion reports and other services for all projects under the MFF according to the terms of reference.
Under the advance contracting and retroactive financing provisions of the Facility Financing Agreement, Madhya Pradesh started advance procurement action under proposed Project 5 in November 2009 and by March 2010 subcontracts amounting to more than $58 million were awarded. Orissa started advance procurement action in February 2009, and by March 2010 subcontracts amounting to mover than $70 million were awarded packages exceeded more than $17 million. Procurement of civil works followed national competitive bidding procedure using the PMGSY standard bidding documents and procedures with the agreed ADB-financing specific adjustments in the areas of eligibility, anticorruption, social and environmental safeguards.
|Procurement and Consulting Notices
|Management Review Meeting||06 Mar 2010|
|Approval||06 Jul 2010|
|Last Review Mission||–|
|Loan 2651||06 Jul 2010||02 Aug 2010||29 Oct 2010||30 Jun 2013||30 Jun 2014||–|
|Date||Approval Number||ADB (US$ thousand)||Others (US$ thousand)||Net Percentage|
|Cumulative Contract Awards|
|24 Oct 2014||Loan 2651||202,161||0||99.00%|
|24 Oct 2014||Loan 2651||187,712||0||92.00%|
Covenants are categorized under the following categories—audited accounts, safeguards, social, sector, financial, economic, and others. Covenant compliance is rated by category by applying the following criteria: (i) Satisfactory—all covenants in the category are being complied with, with a maximum of one exception allowed, (ii) Partly Satisfactory—a maximum of two covenants in the category are not being complied with, (iii) Unsatisfactory—three or more covenants in the category are not being complied with. As per the 2011 Public Communications Policy, covenant compliance ratings for Project Financial Statements apply only to projects whose invitation for negotiation falls after 2 April 2012.
|Sector||Social||Financial||Economic||Others||Safeguards||Project Financial Statements|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Ashok Srivastava (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Responsible ADB Department||South Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Divisions||India Resident Mission|
Ministry of Rural Development
|List of Project Documents||http://www.adb.org/projects/37066-063/documents|