Improved maintenance systems for District Roads in Tanzania: AFCAP/TAN/019. Final Report.

Abstract

This report describes the Africa Community Access Programme (AFCAP) Study into Improved Maintenance Systems for District Roads in Tanzania. The Study was carried out in the period February 2010 to November 2012. The report is organised in six chapters:

Chapter 2 describes the initial stages of the Study when the three pilot districts were identified, the detailed design of the Study was agreed and a baseline and institutional assessments carried out in the pilot districts.

Chapter 3 describes the implementation of the maintenance works including the identification of roads for maintenance, preparation of tender documents, procurement of contractors and implementation of the contracts.

Chapter 4 describes the main findings.

Chapter 5 gives the conclusions and recommendations of the Study.

Chapter 6 gives suggestions for further research in Tanzania and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa to build on the findings of the present Study. It also recommends some follow-up activities related to the Study.

Citation

Anon. Improved maintenance systems for District Roads in Tanzania: AFCAP/TAN/019. Final Report. (2013) 63 pp.

Improved maintenance systems for District Roads in Tanzania: AFCAP/TAN/019. Final Report.

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