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|Title:||Establishment of a Road Research Centre in Mozambique_Monthly Progress Report for Phase 2A|
Antunes, M. L.
|Abstract:||The Mozambican Roads Administration (ANE) has embarked on a project to establish a Road Research Centre (RRC) in Mozambique aiming to provide the basis for improving the long-term capacity to undertake relevant, high quality research relating to the road sector of Mozambique. This project forms part of the Africa Community Access Programme (AFCAP), which is a research programme supported by the Department of International Development (DFID) of the Government of the United Kingdom and managed by Crown Agents Ltd on behalf of DFID. CSIR, in association with LNEC has been commissioned by Crown Agents to provide Technical Assistance for phase 2 A of the project, which aims to address institutional issues relating to the RRC, draft a strategic research plan and develop a 5-year business plan for the RRC. This monthly progress report dated January 2014 summarises progress made with the identification of the road research needs of Mozambique; the production of recommendations on the institutional structure of the RRC; the establishment of the Road Research Technical Committee (RRTC) and the Road Research Steering Committee (RRSC); and the drafting of the business and strategic research plans for the RRC. The activities planned for February 2014 are also presented.|
|Appears in Collections:||DT/NIT - Relatórios Científicos|
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