The Road Network Development (Sector) Project (RNDSP) is proposed to provide continuous support to upgrading and maintaining national and district roads. This project seeks to establish a sustainable road network in selected communities in Bobonaro, Covalima, Ermera, Liquica, and Oecussi districts. An improved road network will facilitate increased social and economic activities, improve access to social services, and, as such, contribute to the economic growth of the country.
The JFPR grant project will extend benefits of the RNDSP to roadside communities, including employment as well as technical and life skills development opportunities. It will establish a model for basic community infrastructure services, including rehabilitation of rural roads. It aims that the group of community workers who are trained for rural road rehabilitation will be recruited as small community contractors for national road maintenance as well as other small-scale community infrastructure work.
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