This report was prepared as part of the Project Completion Review (PCR)
of the \"South East Asia Community Access Programme\", known as SEACAP.
SEACAP evolved from a combination of applied research initiatives in
Viet Nam and Cambodia related to rural roads and transport.
Chapter 1 provides the background and overview. Chapter 2 gives a
description of the management and procurement arrangements that were put
in place for the programme. Chapter 3 summarises the research contracts
that formed the core of SEACAP, followed by an overview of the main
dissemination and facilitation (DF) activities in Chapter 4. Focussing
on the goal and objectives of the programme, Chapter 5 reviews the
socio-economic impact of SEACAP. Chapter 6 examines the likely
sustainability of the programme. Finally, Chapter 7 presents
recommendations on future activities that may be developed to support
and continue the achievements of SEACAP.
This resource was produced by TI-UP – a DFID-funded resource centre for
technology, infrastructure and urban planning, managed by IMC Worldwide
van Gijn, J.; Benjamin, X. Project completion review of the Southeast Asia Community Access Programme (SEACAP). Narrative report, 30 June 2009. TI-UP Resource Centre, London, UK (2009) 44 pp.