Feasibility Study and Capacity Development for Strengthening Disaster Risk Management and Rural Resilience in Cambodia
|Region:||Asia - Southeast Asia|
|Area:||Phnom Penh, Steung Treng, Kratie, Kampong Cham, Tbong Khmum, Siem Riep, and Kandal|
|Client:||The World Bank (WB)|
|Funding Source:||The World Bank (WB)|
|Date:||July 2016 - March 2017|
|Category:||Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience|
|Brief Narrative Description of Project:
The original Ketsana Emergency Rehabilitation Project aimed to restore transport, water, and sanitation services to affected regions and improve the Royal Government of Cambodia’s capacity in disaster preparedness and management. This new feasibility study builds on gains made during the Ketsana project with a particular focus on the assessment and rehabilitation of rural roads. The project aimed to conduct a strategic investment planning which involves data collection, flood risk analysis, and participatory mapping with community and stakeholders to identify rural road field study sites; and feasibility assessments of study sites leading to basic designs and cost estimates for priority rural road improvements.
|Description of Actual Services Provided in this Assignment:
PKII was a sub-consultant in the project and provided structural and hydraulic services to the project.