Adamawa Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (ADRAMP-2) is a World Bank (WB) and French Development Agency (AFD) co- financed Project to improve transport conditions and bring sustained access to the rural populace through rehabilitation and maintaining key rural transport infrastructure in a sustainable manner in some selected Nigerian States. The implementation period to achieve this goal is 2014 – 2018. The participating States are Niger, Adamawa, Enugu and Osun States.
The Implementation of the project is being carried out by the State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) under the Ministry of Rural Infrastructure and Community Development. The oversight of the SPIU is undertaken by the State Project Monitoring Committee, which comprises representatives of Ministries of Finance, Planning Commission, Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Justice, Works, Agriculture and Rural Development.
After intensive preparation, rehabilitation works have started on the first 201.4km, with procurement processes and preparatory technical works for the remaining 300km also initiated. The procurement of works, goods, and external services by consultants are done following World Bank procedures. Project implementation is subject to annual audit by external auditors. At the end of the project tenure, about 500km of Rural roads is expected to be rehabilitated and is spread across the State
Project Development Objective
The Project Development objective (PDOs) of RAMP-2 project is to improve transport conditions and bring sustained access to the rural population through rehabilitating and maintaining key rural transport infrastructure in a sustainable manner in selected areas in Nigerian States.