The FPMU is led by a National Coordinator. The main responsibilities of the FPMU include but not limited to the following: The FPMU is led by a National Coordinator. The main responsibilities of the FPMU include but not limited to the following: 
 
(a)           Coordinate and facilitate activities in the participating states;
(b)           Selection and monitoring of state performance by preparing for scale-up of more states
(c)            Provide targeted technical assistance/support and capacity building support to participating states in order to help them establish their State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU);
(d)           Ensure project alignment with federal rural development policies (such as the Transformation Agenda for the Agriculture Sector) and contribute to the design and implementation of sound rural                       transport policies;
(e)           Facilitate the overall coordination of the project, including consolidating project work plans , budgets, and reports and liaising with the financers, commission financial and technical audits;
(f)             Promote peer learning as well as dissemination of best practices and lessons learnt through effective monitoring and impact evaluation;
(g)           Ensure that public grievances or complaints are responded to by the appropriate authorities.
(f)           Build its workforce capacity to enhance their overall productivity