Roseau, Dominica: The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica embarked on the rehabilitation of critical farm access roads. On Sunday, April 3, 2022, the Senator and Minister of State in the Government of the Caribbean country- Oscar George, has informed about the rehabilitation of the road in several areas of the country.
Cabinet Minister George outlined that the rehabilitation projects of the critical farm access roads happened in the country after the signing of contracts valued at over $9 million.
Further, he outlined various farms that are going to be rehabilitated, and the name of the roads are as follows:
Middle Ridge Feeder Road in Calibishie
With the help of the European Union and all funding provided under the 11th EDF B-Envelope State Building Contract, the Government of Dominica has embarked on the rehabilitation of key feeder/farm access roads.
The Ministry of Blue and Green Economy, Agriculture and National food Security have identified and prioritized the road.
More/Macaton Feeder Road in Grand Bay
The road has also been rehabilitated in Grand bay in Dominica as the Government has decided to repair the Macaton Feeder Road.
Former Road in Castle Bruce
The road has also been rehabilitated under the rehabilitation of critical farm access roads projects with the signing of contracts valued at over $9 million.
Boplan Road in Paix Bouche
The Boplan Road in Paix Bouche in the commonwealth of Dominica has also been under the rehabilitation of the critical farm access roads project.
Agricultural Station Road in La Plaine
The agricultural Station Road in la Plain has also been given a place in the rehabilitation project of the Government of Dominica, which will be valued at under $ 9 million projects.
Cabinet Minister of Commonwealth of Dominica George stated that the work on the additional four farm access roads is started, and the rehabilitation project was scheduled by the Government of Dominica to get started in April 2022.
George also extended gratitude to the National Authorizing Officer for the European Development Fund for their incredible efforts in supporting to advanced the sector in Dominica.
Further, Oscar also outlined that the rehabilitation project will assist the Government in the upliftment of the agriculture sector, which helps to enhance and increase the GDP of Dominica.
“These projects greatly assist us in attaining our overall goal of increasing the contribution of agriculture to Dominica’s GDP,” underscored George.
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