A news article has been published in Himal Khabar Patrika Weekly on 18th February 2018 about the Sannighat-Syuna-Sipkhana District Road – SSDR (18 km), Kalikot.
The Sannnigaht-Syuna-Shipkhana district road (SSDR) is a newly constructed earthen road forming part of Kalikot’s District Road Core Network.The road construction started in October 2013 and has substantially been completed by December 2017, as standard norms of DoLIDAR. It was taken up by RAP3 based on Kalikot’s 5-Year District Transport Master Plan. The former District Development Committee (DDC) had prioritized this road mentioning that this road provides road facility to large number of population in minimum investment. The road is 18 km long and serves the population of 22,824 comprising Phukot, Syuna, Shipkhana, and Mumra villages and 7 schools. The SSDR is now connected to Khulalui-Hilsa (Karnali corridor) which is an important and strategic road of Nepal government and provides economic opportunities for the people of this area. It obviously increases access to regional and national markets, health and education sector.
Raskot (Kalikot) –When the procession of passenger vehicles reached Raskot section of Sannigadh-Sipkhana road (18 km) via the Karnali corridor on Wednesday, the ecstatic locals welcomed them with garlands to the tunes of local musical instruments.
For the 2016/17 construction season RAP3 launched piloting of a new approach for the performance of Specific Road Maintenance which covers spot improvements to deal with critical access bottlenecks on the DRCN. Piloting was performed in Achham, Dailekh, Doti and Jumla with an annual budget per District of NRs 6 million under RAP3 direct funding. This report presents feedback on this first year of piloting in order to inform the intended further pilotingthrough a 2nd year (2017/18 i.e. RAP3 IY4) and is based largely on post-work questionnaires combining the views of RAP3 DTA, DCCs and the SMGs.
RAP3 has worked in Kalikot since October 2013 on two roads, the 18km Sannighat-Syuna-Phipkhana District Road and the 6km Jarkot-Ramnakot District road.
The aim of the LRN Implementation Manual is to provide all members of the LRN team with the details of where the documents and procedures required to deliver the LRN component of phase 3 of the Rural Access Programme can be found and to ensure that all District teams are working from the current version of all documents and procedures. As a result, the LRN Implementation Manual is presented in a lever arch folder so that updated procedures and documents can easily be removed and replaced with the new version as required.
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