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|PDS Creation Date||–|
|PDS Updated as of||23 Jul 2014|
|Project Name||Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project|
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|Sector and/or Subsector Classification||Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
/ Irrigation#Road transport (non-urban)#Rural water policy, institutional and capacity development
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth (ESG)
Inclusive economic growth (IEG)
|Drivers of Change||Partnerships (PAR)
|Gender Mainstreaming Categories||Effective gender mainstreaming|
|Type/Modality of Assistance||Approval Number||Source of Funding||Approved Amount (thousand)|
|Loan||3125||Asian Development Fund||75,000|
|Loan||2852||Asian Development Fund||55,000|
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Environmental Management Plans (EMPs) for roads and irrigation projects have been prepared. EMPs have been incorporated into the civil works bidding documents and in the contracts. The initial environmental examinations (IEEs) have also been prepared. The EA/IAs, consultants and ADB Project team are monitoring implementation of EMPs closely.
A resettlement framework was prepared prior to project approval. The subprojects approved so far are classified as Category C for involuntary resettlment.
The Project is not affecting indiginous people as defined under ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).
|During Project Design
The project team have had numerious consultations with relevant government ministries, including the National Committee for Disaster Management, and selected development partners during the Reconnaissance Mission in December and Fact-finding mission in January-Feb 2012.
|During Project Implementation
The project team have conducted consultations with the relevant Government ministries and project beneficiaries during project review missions and site visits.
|The project will rehabilitate infrastructure (national, provincial, and rural roads and irrigation facilities) damaged by the 2011 flood to be implemented from April 2012 to March 2015.|
|ADB received high level request from the Royal Government of Cambodia to provide emergency assistance to rehabilitate flood damaged infrastructure.|
|Economic and social recovery from the 2011 floods in project provinces|
|Description of Outcome
Restoration of critical public and social infrastructure assets to their original standards or better
|Progress Towards Outcome
All stage 2 construction works have been completed in October 2013 and work progress under ten Stage 3 subprojects was about 80% complete.
|Description of Project Outputs
National and provincial roads damaged by floods (including bridges and culverts) rehabilitated and reconstructed Rural roads damaged by floods (including bridges and culverts) rehabilitated and reconstructed Irrigation facilities rehabilitated and reconstructed Project managed and monitored efficiently
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
2.8 km of DBST detour road NR11/dyke in Prey Veng and 8.5 km of PR270 in Kampong Cham completed; 8.1 km of PR 270 under reconstruction and paved with DBST; 34.4 km of PR 159 in Banteay Meanchey province under construction. All contracts expected to be completed by mid-2015. In Stage 2, reconstruction of bridge in Prey Veng ; reconstruction of Baray Lex Bridge at Km 88 on NR 11; and reconstruction of Koh Roka bridge in Kampong Cham completed. For Stage 3, 5 bridges along National Road (NR) 11; 6 bridges and 4 box culverts along Provincial Road (PR) 270 in Kampong Cham province have been completed. Around 30% of unskilled labor hired are women. Five Stage 2 contracts for reconstruction of 275.2 km of rural roads with a total contract awards amount of $7.341 million completed; completion certificates and defect liability certificates issued. For Stage 3, five contract packages awarded , comprising placement of laterite on 168.7 km of rural roads and rehabilitation of 165 structures (2 bridges, 38 box culverts and 125 pipe culverts). Overall, implementation progress for this component is ahead of schedule and all contracts expected to be completed by December 2014. Roughness index of 7 achieved for all laterite re-habilitated roads Around 35.3% of unskilled labor hired are women. Civil works construction of Stage 2 subprojects have been completed by October 2013 and are under defect liability for one year. The ten sub-projects are capable of irrigating 13,911 ha. Civil works of Stage 3 subprojects commenced construction works in late 2013 and early 2014. The progress of civil works for all ten Stage 3 subprojects was about 80%. When complete, the ten Stage 3 subprojects would be capable of irrigating 12,282 ha. Together, Stage 2 and 3 subprojects will be capable of irrigating 26,193 ha, equivalent to 105% of the targeted irrigated areas of 25,000 ha. About 25% of women have been employed as unskilled labor. Progress is on track. Sex-disaggregated data is being collected. Key PIU staff have been participated in training on gender mainstreaming in infrastructure projects.
|Status of Development Objectives
|Date of First Listing||2014 May 28|
|Procurement and Consulting Notices
|Concept Clearance||09 Jan 2012|
|Fact-finding||26 Jan 2012 to 10 Feb 2012|
|Management Review Meeting||29 Feb 2012|
|Approval||11 Apr 2014|
|Last Review Mission||–|
|Loan 2852||27 Mar 2012||04 Apr 2012||14 May 2012||30 Sep 2015||–||–|
|Loan 3125||11 Apr 2014||23 Apr 2014||30 May 2014||30 Sep 2017||–||–|
|Date||Approval Number||ADB (US$ thousand)||Others (US$ thousand)||Net Percentage|
|Cumulative Contract Awards|
|25 Jul 2014||Loan 2852||49,986||0||92.00%|
|25 Jul 2014||Loan 3125||6,205||0||8.00%|
|25 Jul 2014||Loan 2852||35,363||0||65.00%|
|25 Jul 2014||Loan 3125||0||0||0.00%|
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|Sector||Social||Financial||Economic||Others||Safeguards||Project Financial Statements|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Peter Brimble (email@example.com)|
|Responsible ADB Department||Southeast Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Divisions||Cambodia Resident Mission|
|List of Project Documents||http://www.adb.org/projects/46009-001/documents|