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MRPC leaflet (Nepali)

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MRPC leaflet (English)

Started in November 2018, the Rural Access Programme 3 Mugu Humla Link Road (RAP3 MHLR) is expected to complete its construction work in October 2020. This project is being implemented with UK government funding given to the Nepal Government. The total budget allocated for this road is £15.5 million and the length of road is 67 km. The Maintenance and Resilience Pilot Component (MRPC) is to be implemented utilising part of the fund of RAP3 MHLR in the fiscal year 2019-20. RAP3 MHLR project is implemented by IMC Worldwide Ltd, a UK based Management Consulting firm on behalf of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID).

RAP3 MHLR leaflet

RAP3 MHLR is the short name for the Mugu Humla Link Road Project implemented under the 3rd phase of the Rural Access Programme.  It is funded by UKaid through the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). The project is implemented by IMC Worldwide Ltd, a UK based Management Consulting firm. This leaflet provides a short overview of the project, with further details and latest news and updates available on our website www.rapnepal.com.  Contact details can also be found on the website. The project started in November 2018.  It is expected that the road will be complete and ready for handover in October 2020.  The total project budget is £15.5 million.

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