The TA is designed to achieve the intended outcome through advisory support, on-the-job training, and knowledge transfer to RHD and BRTA staff by a team of experts with international and national qualifications, and through specific, time-bound, and measurable outputs, including (i) road safety diagnosis, (ii) road safety programs on selected high-risk corridors, (iii) strengthening of the road safety management capacity of RHD and BRTA, (iv) development of road safety policies and business procedures to incorporate road safety into the lifecycle of roads, (v) sustainable funding arrangements for road safety, (vi) nationwide road safety improvement programs, and (vii) a draft DMF for a subsequent standalone road safety investment project.
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