Rehabilitate Municipal Infrastructure

Component 1:
Rehabilitate Municipal Infrastructure (US$25 million)


Component 1 is split into two sub-components.


Sub-component 1.1 (Priority Municipal Infrastructure) will support longer-term Priority Projects. The priority subprojects have already been identified, selected, designed and prepared under the Urban Development Support Project (UDSP). The Priority Projects can cover the following:


Buildings and Public Spaces

Road and Traffic Management

Streetscape Improvements

          • Greening of open spaces

• Reforestation of new/existing public parks and women’s public parks

• Restoration of public markets and women’s markets with resource efficient materials and designs

• Small scale restoration of

historic/cultural sites

• Rehabilitation of toilet and storage facilities for markets including cold storage and warehousing facilities

   • Paving of flood-prone primary and secondary streets

• Construction of/ improvements to infrastructure for improving market accessibility, connectivity

• New/rehabilitated bus stops/stations

• Traffic management systems

and signalling and calming

• Parking facilities

   • New/restored storm water drainage canals

• Solar powered/energy

efficient street lighting

• Sidewalk and pedestrian crossings


Sub-component 1.2 (Labor Intensive Economic Recovery) will introduce labor intensive Emergency Projects that create jobs and improve municipal infrastructure in response to the pandemic. The subcomponent will support activities like construction or rehabilitation of gravel roads, pavement of tertiary streets, canal/drain cleaning, rehabilitation of parks, street cleaning, disinfection campaigns and other labor-intensive activities as identified by the municipalities. The component would also support provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for undertaking municipal services and works.


These activities would have the option to be implemented at the decentralized level by municipalities, with requisite financial management and procurement support from the CIP Project Implementation Unit (PIU). This will help achieve long-term development objectives of building municipalities’ capacity for investment planning, project design, procurement, supervision, and financial management. 

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