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Target Information

Goal: National roads and bridges
Objective: Dili-Aileu

Target: G100301 - Rehab. Díli - Aileu Road

Status: IN_PROGRESS

Deadline: 31-12-2013

Target: 100.00 Percentage

Actual: 86.77 Percentage

Details

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Rehabilitation of Dili - Aileu Road


Public to private sector: Public to private sector

Fund: Infrastructure Fund

Institution: Ministry Infrastructure , Sec Est Transport Comunicações

Location: National Region , National Region , National Region

Sector: Infrastructure Development , Roads and Bridges

Age: All ages

Gender: Males and Females


The goal of this project is to rehabilitate and maintain the road between Dili-Aileu and maintaining road surface and put it in good condition, so that allow easy access to the country's road network.
This project has been budgeted in 2011 but is still in the process of preparation of technical design. The project must be implemented in order to prevent further damage to the road surface and avoid further impact on the movement of populations.
During the building process, the project will result in direct and indirect benefits to the local population and employemnt. When completed it will bring positive results for the development of the economy.
And will contribute in the development of social and economic life when its physical implementation is complete.
After implementation it will contribute to poverty reduction because it would give employment to workers.

Progress


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Physical vs Financial Progress

Physical Progress
Percentage
Base Line 0 0%
Actual 87 87%
Target 100 100%

Financial Progress

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