Basic Infrastructure for Inclusive Growth in the North Central Provinces Sector Project (BIIG II) (Loan 3634)
The project impact will accelerate socio-economic development of the four north central provinces (NCPs) in accordance with the Provincial Socio-economic Development Plans through 2020, with a vision to 2030 (PSEDP) and the Master Plan on Socio-economic Development of Viet Nam's Central Northern and Coastal Region through to 2020 (Master Plan). The project outcome will be service delivery in the four NCPs of Viet Nam of Ha Tinh, Nghe An, Quang Binh, Quang Tri improved. The proposed project will (i) rehabilitate and upgrade provincial road and district roads in the NCPs; (ii) support productive and business infrastructure including water supply networks, sea and river protection and drainage works with association river transport infrastructure, and supporting flood and irrigation command areas; and (iii) establish decentralized public asset management processes and established for road, water supply and irrigation infrastructure. The project will have an Asian Development Bank (ADB) sector modality and implement in total approximately 32 subprojects for outputs 1 and 2. Feasibility Studies (FS) have been prepared for the four representative subprojects demonstrating subproject viability, and consequently overall project feasibility. Criteria for the eligibility, election, prioritization and preparation of additional subprojects have been agreed. A long list of additional subprojects has been identified, and the NCPs and ADB will carry out field screening to agree upon their inclusion in the project.
Progress (as of March 2021)
Ongoing. (Approved in December 2017) Loan agreement was signed on 23 July and the loan became effective on 25 October 2018. Loan implementation consultant recruitment is almost complete. Project management units have been set up; contract award and disbursement is expected to commence in 2020.
|Contact Name||khuc, huong thi lan|
|Organization||Asian Development Bank|
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