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Building Rural Roads : Chapter 12-15

Rural roads are the last link of the transport network, however, they often form the most important connection in terms of providing access for the rural population. The permanent or seasonal absence of road access is a constraining factor in terms of providing rural communities with essential services such as education, primary health care, water supply, local markets as well as economic opportunities. The availability of such services and opportunities. The availability of such services and opportunities are difficult to sustain without a good quality and well-maintained rural road network, which provides regular and efficient transport access throughout the year.

Document | 05 November 2008
Reference: 9789221209775[ISBN]

Tags: rural employment, livelihoods, income generating activities, workers, infrastructure, technical cooperation, rural development, road transport

Regions and countries covered: Asia

Unit responsible: ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

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