With 96.8% of physical progress achieved and 93.36% of the budget already spent, there are now 8 months remaining to the end of the programme, and some 9.65% of the programme duration.
As per DFID”s guidelines, RAP3 Asset Inventory are reported to DFID biannually. These are mainly IT related items, vehicles and other office equipment.
A List of field verification reports shows the status of verification activity. Findings and recommendations of verification reports are reviewed by management and fed into RAP3’s Continual Improvement Plan.
RAP3 implementation started in 2013 is scheduled to complete in June 2019. This IY5 plan is the final year plan of programme implementation. Output results show the programme has met the yearly milestone targets and is proceeding on right track. The IY5 plan mainly focuses on tasks that are required to complete remaining activities delineated in the programme logical framework and some other additional tasks proposed that help support to address infrastructure sector related issues under the new federal set-up. In view of the changed scenario, RAP3 has proposed to address the emerging federalisation of government work plan for the final year of the programme.
This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the Third Trimester of FY 2074-75, 16th March to 15 July 2018. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last Trimester and plans for the next Trimester. RAP3 was on track in meeting progress and financial targets set for the trimester period mid-March to mid-July 2018 (see page below). The key successes in the last trimester include: (a) Accomplished test drives of first 17km section of substantially completed new road in Mugu; (b) GIS training to IT technicians of Rural/Municipalities of 14 programme districts and RAP3 Graduate Engineers; (c) Pilot Term Maintenance using schedule of rates in DAD and DAI and road maintenance works by Specific Maintenance Groups (SMGs) in DAD, DOT, ACH, Dai and JUM completed; (d) Generated 430,371 employment days for poor households in 14 districts; (e) Equipment Based Road Works (EBRW) training in Mugu; (f) Climate resilience review of Nepal Rural Roads Standards; (g) Economic study of RAP roads; and (h) Connect leveraging from private sector in mid- and far-west.
The results presented here are part of the Annual Report for June 2018 which completes the fourth year of the RAP3 implementation and is now based on the LogFrame revised for the 2018 DFID Annual Review. The results are grouped by LogFrame Outcomes and Outputs including 1) LRN, 2) Employment 3) CONNECT and 4) Capacity Building and compared with targets for June 2018 and trajectories to June 2019. The 2018 DFID Annual Review LogFrame against which these results have been compared is attached in Annex 1.
RAP Policy Brief 2
This policy brief summarises the recent once-in-a-lifetime historical political change in Nepal with the country transitioning to a Federal Republic. The policy brief highlights this with respect to its effects on the Local Roads Network (LRN) sector. It highlights the recent political changes and potential impact on how rural roads are managed from an institutional and policy perspective.
This project progress report covers the activities from January 2018 to March 2018. During this reporting period AFN has produced 13 radio program episodes covering nine RAP 3 districts, namely Dadeldhura, Doti,Achham, Bajura, Dailekh,Humla, Jumla, Kalikot and Mugu. The program episodes were broadcast through 17 different radio stations of those districts and two other radio station from Banke and Kanchanpur district. And a field visit to conduct listeners' survey, audio collection and video capturing of road opening is carried out and 9 public hearing has been completed during this reporting period.
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