he programme continues to deliver significant results and has met most of the output targets for the year. In terms of the Local Road Network component, the programme has generated over 3 million employment days and supported over 72,000 households improve their income. The programme has maintained over 2,000kms of district core road network (with impressive access all year access round figures) along with 60KMs of new road being opened to 4.5m width. The results delivered are now independently verified using a separate MEL team. Over 13,000 training days have been carried out with the result that the Continuous Improvement Matrix (CIM) scores for districts continue to improve (over 7 out of a max of 10 in pilot districts). This provides the basis by which the GoN can take on the full running and management of the RAP programme.