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Foreign Assisted

  • SINDH PROVINCIAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (SPRIP):

    The Government of Sindh with US $197.85(M) assistance of Asian Development Bank (ADB) started the program of Sindh Provincial Road Improvement Project (SPRIP) for rehabilitation of six severely deteriorated and economic viable roads with cumulative length of 328 km.

Key Dates

Fact Finding Mission 16th -25th Mar 2015
PC-I Approved in PDWP 29th May 2015
Loan Negotiation held at ADB Pakistan Resident Mission Islamabad 3rd Sep 2015
Advance procurement request sent to ADB 8th Sep 2015
ADB approved the advance procurement request 15th Sep 2015
ADB Board Approval 12th Oct. 2015
Loan Negotiation approved by ADB 12th Oct 2015
ECNEC cleared the project 14th Nov 2015
Administrative Approval issued 9th Feb 2016
Loan Agreement signed 30th Aug 2016
Loan Effectiveness 6th Oct 2016
Loan closing 30th Jun 2020


Cost & Schedule

ROAD NO. NAME OF ROAD LENGTH IN KM NAME OF FIRM DATE OF START DATE OF COMPLETION CONTRACT COST
P-1 Thull to Kandhkot road 44.00 M/S Metallurgical Corporation Of China Ltd. (Mcc) – M/S Umer Jan & Co. (Ujc) [Jv] 2-Dec-16 1-Dec-18 2,065.245
P-2 Sheranpur to Ratodero road 36.00 M/s Xi’an Industrial Development Co. Ltd of China Road and Bridge Corporation –
M/s Sardar Mohammad Ashraf D. Balouch (Pvt) Ltd [JV]
2-Dec-16 1-Dec-18 1,450.008
P-3 Khyber to Sanghar via Tando Adam road 64.00 M/s Xinjing Beixin Road & Bridge Group Co. Ltd. 24-Jan-17 23-Jan-19 2,802.092
P-4 Sanghar to Mirpur Khas via Sindhri road 63.00 M/s Xinjing Beixin Road & Bridge Group Co. Ltd. 24-Jan-17 23-Jan-19 2,485.354
P-5 Tando Mohammad Khan to Badin road 67.00 M/s Xi’an Industrial Development Co. Ltd of China Road and Bridge Corporation –
M/s Sardar Mohammad Ashraf D. Balouch (Pvt) Ltd [JV]
24-Jan-17 23-Jan-19 3,397.832
P-6 Digri to Naukot road 55.00 M/s Xinjing Beixin Road & Bridge Group Co. Ltd. 24-Jan-17 23-Jan-19 3,358.280
TOTAL 328.00 15,558.811
  • FLOOD EMERGENCY RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT:

    With the efforts of donor agency (ADB) and Government of Pakistan, a FERP Project was envisaged in 2011. The donor agency ADB and Government of Pakistan agreed for re-construction of 800 Kms provincial roads i/c bridges, damaged during the flood 2010, due to breach in Tori Bund.
    Seven badly affected districts namely Kashmore@Kandhkot, Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Kambar@Shahdadkot, Dadu, Jamshoro and Thatta were included in the programme.

Exchange of Notes signed on April 14, 2011
Cost of Project Total Amount: FEC’s Share: GoS’s Share:
Rs. 12569.00 M Rs. 11312.00 M Rs. 1258.00 M
Total Length of road 800 Kms
Project Location Sindh Province
Loan Closing Date September 30, 2014
Executing Agency Works and Services Department, Govt. of Sindh
  • JAPANESE ASSISTED RURAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT-II SINDH:

    To developed paved roads in rural areas of Sindh Province for improving transport conditions, thereby contributing to poverty reduction and mitigating regional disparities through improvement of access to neighboring cities and quality of life in the rural areas.

Exchange of Notes signed on May 3, 2008
Total Amount of Aid Total Amount JICA’s Share GoS’s Share
Rs. 8875.19 M Rs. 8224.31 M Rs. 650.88 M
Total Length of road 500 Kms
Project Location Sindh Province
Loan Closing Date October 24, 2015
Executing Agency Works and Services Department, Govt. of Sindh

Project Summary
The concept of the Project is to improve the rural roads in Sindh by paving existing track and bumpy path which have 60km/h of design speed. The travel time can be shortened after completion of the project. The roads will be constructed / rehabilitated in the districts of Sindh Province i.e Dadu / Hyderabad / Jacobabad / Khairpur / Larkana / Shikarpur / Sukkur / Thatta.