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Nepal: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project

Sovereign (Public) Project | 48218-003 Status: Active

The proposed project will construct about 388 kilometers of rural roads to all-weather standard covering 16 priority rural development districts throughout the country. The project will also focus on improving institutional arrangements, business processes, and associated capacity building, particularly on road asset management and road safety. The proposed project will also play a catalytic role for the sustainable development of rural areas.

Project Details

Project Officer
Bhatt, Bhupendra Chandra South Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Nepal
Modality
  • Loan
  • Technical Assistance
Sector
  • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
 
Project Name Rural Connectivity Improvement Project
Project Number 48218-003
Country Nepal
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3620-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project
concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund US$ 100.00 million
TA 9457-NEP: Institutional Strengthening of the Nepal Rural Road Sector for Sustainable Development
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 1.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Private sector development
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Rural market infrastructure

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The proposed project will construct about 388 kilometers of rural roads to all-weather standard covering 16 priority rural development districts throughout the country. The project will also focus on improving institutional arrangements, business processes, and associated capacity building, particularly on road asset management and road safety. The proposed project will also play a catalytic role for the sustainable development of rural areas.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

In Nepal, the agriculture sector contributes 65-70% of employment and 35% of gross domestic product. Poverty however remains widespread in rural areas. The Government of Nepal signed the Agricultural Development Strategy (ADS) in 2015 recognizing that the agriculture sector was performing below its potential in providing food and fiber, materials for processing and manufacturing, and employment and income. The government recognized that dramatic changes in strategy were needed if the sector was to perform to its potential and raise the sectors long term annual growth rate from 3% to the government's goal of 5%. The ADS underscores access as one of the major constraints to the development of commercial agriculture value chains. Transport in many high-potential production areas is limited to basic tracks or undeveloped roads, resulting in high transport costs and losses of quality and quantity. Only 17% of the rural population in Nepal has access to all-weather roads, compared with 60% in India and 37% in Bangladesh.

The proposed project will focus on improving rural roads to all-weather standards, serving the agriculture sector and the rural population to access to market, business opportunities and benefits especially along agricultural value chains which will be a key to poverty reduction in rural areas.

Impact Connectivity between rural communities, productive agricultural areas and socioeconomic centers in Nepal improved
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Transport efficiency on project roads increased
Progress Toward Outcome The Project has achieved around 61% of progress compared to the elapsed time of 58%. There are total of 11 planned civil works contract packages under the project. Ten contract packages were awarded in 2018 in three batches and one last contract package (NCB-06) was awarded in 2019. The contract package for Rolpa district (NCB-04) under PIU 4 was terminated in February 2020 due to contractor's poor performance and negligence in construction site and re-awarded in September 2020. Construction supervision consultant (CSC) has been recruited in 2018, four project management consultants, training service providers has been recruited to support the Department of Local Infrastructure for project implementation.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Rural road conditions between the selected rural communities, productive agricultural areas, and socioeconomic centers improved

Capacity of rural infrastructure agency and road users in project areas enhanced

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

Output 1

There are total of 11 planned civil works contract packages under the project. Ten contract packages were awarded in 2018 in three batches and one last contract package (NCB-06) was awarded in 2019. The contract package for Rolpa district (NCB-04) under PIU 4 was terminated in February 2020 due to contractor's poor performance and negligence in construction site and re-awarded in September 2020. Construction supervision consultant (CSC), four project management consultants (PMCs) have been recruited in 2018 to support DOLI with project implementation. Capacity Development Consultant under TA were mobilized and submitted final report.

Nineteen types of Livelihood Related Skill Training for 850 persons of road corridors has been planned. Agreement signed with the Training Service Provider (Consultant) on 21 Nov 2019 to complete the task within 23 Feb 2021 (15 months). One event of beautician and one event of tailoring training have been completed and running 4 events of same training have been postponed due to COVID-19.

The project has scope to prepare Detail Project Reports (DPR) of 2000 Km of feasible and prioritized roads including 70 no. of bridges. Total number of 134 roads in five provinces, with total of 2800 Km in length have selected for Feasibility study. It has been planned to prepare DPR of 2000 Km of feasible and prioritized roads including 70 no. of bridges. Consultants have been selected and mobilized for five packages in five provinces (Province 1, Bagmati, Gandaki, Lumbini and Karnali), covering 34 districts. Detailed survey and data collection has been done by the consultants in number of roads, even though it is less than the target due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Output 2:

1,181,492 person-days employment has been generated by road construction in all project districts. Out of total, 409,736 (34.68%) skilled and 771,756 (65.32%%) unskilled. Likewise, 1,035,494 (87.64%) male and 145,998 female (12.36%) person-days employment generation has been achieved.

The project conducted 16 events of technical training to DoLI, provincial and municipal staff. Out of 16, construction supervision training (2 events), pavement design (4 events), road safety (2 events), safeguards and GESI related (1 event), exposure visit in India (1 event), social safeguards training (1 event), online training on Contract Management (1 event), Project Account online training (1 event), Online Procurement Training (1 event), Social Safeguards online clinic (1 event), Online training on GESI (1 event) were organized. Total participants of these training events were 339. Among them, 305 (89.97%) were male and 34 (10.03%) were female. Likewise, 4 (1.18%) Dalit, 96(28.32%) Janajati/Madhesi and 239 (70.5%) braman/Chhetri/Thakuri were participated in those trainings. TA Consultant has submitted its final report for capacity development of DOLI and province staffs.

14 event of road safety awareness raising sessions have been organized to community people of 14 roads. Same event of the same activities has been organized for students of same road corridor. Total participants including students in those awareness sessions were 1740 attributing to 771 (44.31%) female, 969 (55.69%) male. Ethnicity wise, 186 (10.69%) Dalit, 609(35.00%) janajati, 2 (0.11%) Muslim and 943 (54.20%) braman/chhetri/ thakuri. Participants of school student were 960 from 14 schools of 14 road corridor with 509 (53.02%) girls and 451 (46.98%) boys.

14 events of HIV/AIDs, STI, human anti-trafficking awareness-raising sessions have been organized to community people of 14 roads. The same event of the same activities has been organized for, students of the same road corridor. Total participants including students in those awareness sessions were 1,740 attributing to 771 (44%) female, 969 (56%) male. Ethnicity wise, 186 (11%) dalit, 609 (35%) janajati, and 943 (54%) brahman/chhetri/Thakuri. Participants of school student were 960 from 14 schools of 14 road corridor with509 (53.02%) girls and 451 (46.98%) boys

The project conducted 258 events of consultation meetings during project design, planning and social/public audit in all 27 road sub-projects. In total 7,543 persons participated in the consultation meetings in which 5,288(70.10%) were male and 2,255 (29.90%) were female. Out of total 7,543 participants, dalit 735 (9.74%), Aadibasi/Janjati 3,233(42.86%), muslim 153 (2.03%) and brahmin/chhetri/thakuri 3,422 (45.37%) were participated in the consultation meetings.

Geographical Location Central Region, Eastern Region, Western Region
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement C
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The environmental assessment will be conducted. The assessment seeks to manage and mitigate the environmental impacts in accordance to Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).
Involuntary Resettlement A community participation framework (CPF) will be prepared to outline the voluntary land donation system adopted for the project. The executing agency will ensure (i) full consultation with landowners and any non-titled affected people on site selection; (ii) that voluntary donation does not severely affect the living standards of the affected persons, and is linked directly to benefits under the poverty alleviation schemes of the government; (iii) that any voluntary donation is confirmed through verbal and written record and verified by an independent party or legal authority; and (iv) that an adequate grievance mechanism is in place.
Indigenous Peoples The proposed project does not envisage any differential impact on the scheduled tribe population compared with non-scheduled tribes; all people will benefit equally from the project. Within the CPF, a mitigation measures matrix will detail the actions that will address categories of impacts that may be caused by the proposed project.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design Potential beneficiaries are rural community residents, including farmers, women, and poor households; commercial service providers, transport providers, government workers such as health workers, teachers, and agriculture extension workers. Their opinion and suggestions related to the proposed project will be ascertained during community consultation.
During Project Implementation Opinion and suggestions of all stakeholders including rural community residents, including farmers, women, and poor households; commercial service providers, transport providers, government workers such as health workers, teachers, and agriculture extension workers has been sought during implementation.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services Consultants will be recruited, as firms or individuals, to support the project implementation, capacity development, and preparing detailed project report for future pipeline, in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time).
Procurement Procurement of civil works and equipment will be carried out in accordance with ADB Procurement Guidelines (2015, as amended from time to time).
Responsible ADB Officer Bhatt, Bhupendra Chandra
Responsible ADB Department South Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Nepal Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
Department of Local Infrastructure
Shreemahal, Pulchowk, Lalitpur, Nepal
Timetable
Concept Clearance 24 Jul 2014
Fact Finding 06 Jul 2017 to 16 Jul 2017
MRM 11 Oct 2017
Approval 11 Dec 2017
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 02 Dec 2020

Loan 3620-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
11 Dec 2017 12 Feb 2018 12 Mar 2018 31 Jul 2023 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 135.72 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 100.00 11 Dec 2017 77.43 0.00 76%
Counterpart 35.72 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 11 Dec 2017 45.37 0.00 45%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - - - Satisfactory

TA 9457-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
11 Dec 2017 03 Jan 2018 03 Jan 2018 30 Sep 2019 30 Sep 2021 -
Financing Plan/TA Utilization Cumulative Disbursements
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total Date Amount
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
1,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,000,000.00 11 Dec 2017 848,240.00
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - - - Satisfactory

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
ADB Loan No. 3620-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLI/RCIP/Works/NCB-12/2077/078; DoLI/RCIP/Works/NCB-14/2077/078] Invitation for Bids Closed 29 Dec 2020 27 Jan 2021
Project Management Specialist - Rural Roads (National) Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Nov 2020 20 Nov 2020
Selection of Procurement and Contract Management Specialist (PCMS) Individual - Consulting Closed 09 Oct 2020 29 Oct 2020
ADB Loan No. 3620 - NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLI/RCIP/Works/NCB-04/2076/077] - CORRIGENDUM Invitation for Bids Closed 17 Mar 2020 03 Jun 2020
ADB Loan No. 3620 - NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLI/RCIP/Works/NCB-04/2076/077] - ORIGINAL Invitation for Bids Closed 04 Mar 2020 03 Apr 2020
Selection of Project Monitoring Specialist (PMS) Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Sep 2019 27 Sep 2019
Detailed Project Report Preparation of proposed Follow on project of Rural Connectivity Improvement Project (RCIP)-Phase 2 for Province-1 Firm - Consulting Closed 22 Apr 2019 22 May 2019
Detailed Project Report Preparation of proposed Follow on project of Rural Connectivity Improvement Project (RCIP)-Phase 2 for Province-3 Firm - Consulting Closed 22 Apr 2019 22 May 2019
Detailed Project Report Preparation of proposed Follow on project of Rural Connectivity Improvement Project (RCIP)-Phase 2 for Karnali Province Firm - Consulting Closed 22 Apr 2019 22 May 2019
Detailed Project Report Preparation of proposed Follow on project of Rural Connectivity Improvement Project (RCIP)-Phase 2 for Province-5 Firm - Consulting Closed 22 Apr 2019 22 May 2019
Detailed Project Report Preparation of proposed Follow on project of Rural Connectivity Improvement Project (RCIP)-Phase 2 for Gandaki Province Firm - Consulting Closed 22 Apr 2019 22 May 2019
Livelihood Related Skill Training Consultants Firm - Consulting Closed 21 Feb 2019 25 Mar 2019
Loan No. 3620-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLI/RCIP/Works/NCB-06/2075/076] Invitation for Bids Closed 06 Feb 2019 10 Mar 2019
Selection of Environmental Safeguard Specialist as an Individual ( National) Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Jul 2018 26 Jul 2018
Selection of Social Safeguard Specialist as an Individual ( National) Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Jul 2018 26 Jul 2018
Selection of Procurement and Contract Management Specialist as an Individual ( National) Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Jul 2018 26 Jul 2018
Consulting Services Firm - Consulting Closed 21 Jun 2018 20 Jul 2018
Loan No. 3620-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLIDAR/RCIP /Works/NCB 05-06-08-09] Invitation for Bids Closed 02 Apr 2018 09 May 2018
3620-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLIDAR/RCIP/Goods/NCB-01/2074/075] Invitation for Bids Closed 16 Mar 2018 16 Apr 2018
Loan No. 48218-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLIDAR/RCIP/Works/NCB-07,10,11] Invitation for Bids Closed 06 Sep 2017 15 Nov 2017
Loan No. 48218-NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project [DoLIDAR/RCIP/Works/NCB-01-02-03-04] Invitation for Bids Closed 10 Aug 2017 15 Oct 2017
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION Firm - Consulting Closed 29 Jun 2017 31 Jul 2017
NEP: Rural Connectivity Improvement Project Advance Notice Active 21 Jun 2017

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
(NCB-04) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 24.24 KM OF RURAL ROADS IN ROLPA DISTRICT OF NEPAL Loan 3620 21 Sep 2020 M/S SHISH CAB JV JAWALAKHEL LALITPUR NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSTRUCTION 5,486,558.44 4,410,581.02
CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH M/S ITECO NEPAL AND INCLUS IVE CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD. FOR PREPARATION OF DPR I N PROVINCE NO. 5 Loan 3620 30 Jan 2020 M/S ITECO NEPAL AND INCLUSIVE CONSULTANTS PVT MIN BHAWAN KATHMANDU NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 339,009.90 288,158.42
CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS AND SOLUTIONSFOR PREPARATION OF DPR IN KARNALI PROVINC E Loan 3620 30 Jan 2020 M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS AND SOLUTIONS CHAKUPATH MARG 22, PATAN DHOKA LALITPUR NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 339,009.90 288,158.42
AGREEMENT WITH M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS & SOLITIONS P . LTD. WITH NEPALCONSULT P. LTD. , AND WEKREATE IN TERNATIONAL P. LTD. FOR PREPARATION OF DPR Loan 3620 30 Jan 2020 M/S M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS & SOLUTION PVT. LTD CHAKUPATH MARG 22 PATAN DHOKA LALITPUR NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 396,039.60 336,633.66
CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS & SO LITIONS PVT. LTD. FOR PREPARATION OF DPR IN PROVIN CENO. 1 Loan 3620 30 Jan 2020 M/S CIVIL INFORMATICS & SOLITIONS PVT. LTD. CHAKUPATH MARG22 LALITPUR NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 445,544.55 378,712.87
CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH M/S ABHIYAAN CONSULTING PV T. LTD. JV WITH SOIL TEST PVT. LTD., AND CARD CONS ULT PVT. LTD. FOR PREPARATION OF DPR IN Loan 3620 30 Jan 2020 M/S ABHIYAAN CONSULTING PVT. LTD. EKATA MARG, BANESHWOR KATHMANDU NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 465,990.10 396,091.58
CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH MR. KESHAB PRASAD SILWAL FOR PROVIDING SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS SERVICES TO THE PROJECT Loan 3620 30 Nov 2019 M/S TRAINING CENTER NEPAL PVT. LTD. SITAPAILA KATHMANDU NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 565,394.85 480,962.88
PROJECT MANAGEMENT COST Loan 3620 25 Nov 2019 VARIOUS NEPAL NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSULTANCY 135,604.91 135,604.91
UPGRADING AND MAINTENANCE OF RURAL ROAD IN MORANG DISTRICT DOLIDAR/RCIP/WORKS/NCB-06/2075/76 Loan 3620 08 Aug 2019 M/S CICO/KCCPL JV, MAIJUBAHAL, KATHMANDU MAIJUBAHAL KATHMANDU NEPAL Department of Local Infrastructure CONSTRUCTION 5,513,702.15 4,868,964.96
(NCB-08) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 36.65 KM OF RURAL ROADS IN SINDHULI, KATHMANDU AND BHAKTAPUR DISTRICTS. DOLIDAR/RCIP/WORKS/NCB-08/2074/075 Loan 3620 14 Dec 2018 M/S ECI-KANKAI JV SIPHAL 07, KATHMANDU NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 6,812,769.09 5,601,845.62
(NCB-05) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 22.78KM OF RURAL ROADS IN ILLAM DISTRICT DOLIDAR/RCIP/WORKS/NCB-05/2074/075 Loan 3620 14 Dec 2018 M/S KALIKA-GAJURMUKHI JV KATHMANDU NEPAL NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 5,182,513.99 4,261,357.30
UPGRADING AND PBM OF PHISLING-TOLANG-BASPUR-ORALAN G-MYATAR-TARSE-UPPERDANG GADI-SHAKTIKO BAZAR RD CONTRAC NO. DOLIDAR/RCIP/WORKS/NCB/2074/075 Loan 3620 13 Dec 2018 M/S SHANXI-ASHISH JV 10/578 BHARATPUR-10 CHITWAN CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 6,908,439.27 5,624,150.25
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 9457 13 Nov 2018 SHELADIA ASSOCIATES, INC.(UNITED STATES) in association with GEOCE CONSULTANTS (P) LTD.(NEPAL) 15825 SHADY GROVE ROAD, SUITE 100 ROCKVILLE MD 20850, UNITED STATES [email protected] Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads Consulting Services 918,507.00
(NCB-07) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 43.10 KM OF RURAL ROADS IN DOLAKHA, SINDHUPALCHOK AND SINDHUPALCHOK AND KAVREPALANCHOK DISTRICTS Loan 3620 18 Jun 2018 M/S AIPL - NANC JV KULESHWOR, KATHMANDU NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 9,903,082.00 7,781,494.00
(NCB-11) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 30.05 KM OF RURAL ROADS IN RUKUM DISTRICT Loan 3620 18 Jun 2018 M/S PH - SMNS JV KOTESHWOR, KATHMANDU NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 8,295,916.00 6,518,639.00
(NCB-10) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 24.24 KM OF RURAL ROADS IN PARBAT DISTRICT Loan 3620 18 Jun 2018 M/S TUNDI CONSTRUCTION (P) LTD SANEPA, LALITPUR NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 5,699,612.00 4,478,555.00
CSC-01: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION CONSULTANT Loan 3620 17 Apr 2018 YOOSHIN ENGINEERING CORPORATION 8, YEOKSAM-RO 4, GIL GANGNAM-GU, SEOUL KOREA, REPUBLIC OF Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSULTANCY 5,539,562.00 4,602,784.00
(NCB-03) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 40.48KM OF RURAL ROADS IN SUNSARI AND DHANKUTA DISTRICT Loan 3620 17 Apr 2018 M/S JJECCL-PAPPU JV BIRATNAGAR NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 8,440,486.00 6,565,972.00
(NCB-01) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 43.52KM OF RURAL ROADS IN JAPHA DISTRICT Loan 3620 17 Apr 2018 M/S ZCGIEC - ASHISH - PRERA JV NAYABATO, LALITPUR NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 6,492,248.00 5,050,411.00
(NCB-04) UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 19.69KM OF RURAL ROADS IN ROLPA DISTRICT Loan 3620 17 Apr 2018 M/S JJECL-PAPPU-KOSHI & NEUPANE JV TINKUNE, KATHMANDU NEPAL NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 4,226,723.00 3,288,027.00
UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING OF 39.31KM OF RURAL ROADS IN PANCHTHAR DISTRICT Loan 3620 31 Mar 2018 M/S SWACHCHHANDA - KANKAI JV SIFAL, KATHMANDU NEPAL Dept of Local Infra Devt & Agri Roads CONSTRUCTION 8,922,872.00 7,136,939.00

Procurement Plan