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Pentecost included in proposed implementation plan on roads works

Pentecost included in proposed implementation plan on roads works
Pentecost included in proposed implementation plan on roads works
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144.2 kilometers are the distance of roads being chosen to be repaired with new ones to be built on Pentecost from North to South as part of the project which will be funded by the national Government with Vt3 billion supplementary budget being approved by the Parliament in its last sitting.
These roads are included in a proposed implementation plan for road works and additional activities to carry out in all six provinces by Government through Public Works Department (PWD). Road works only need Vt2.8 billion and Vt678 million for additional activities such as purchase of construction machines and equipment, procurement of consultant services and PWD support.
In North Pentecost, road works will link all these villages: Anmalabua, Labultamata, Loltong, Lavatgaiwelu, Nambaragiut, Singwell, Vanmelamela, Sadine Bay, Namaram, Lebo and Bwatnapni.
Fourteen villages in Central Pentecost including Melsisi will benefit from this important project funded by National Government. They are Naruwa, Banmit, Enkul, Vanis, Lesube, Lemalda, Levetnanbal, Leto, Lekaro, Bulhak, Maorep, Lenbok, Lalwori and Lari.
Existing roads will be repaired and new ones will also be constructed in South Pentecost. Ranmawot, Baravet, Ranroe, Hot Wota, Vatmar, Rangusuksu, Baie Barrier, Wali, Lonbili, Pangi, Ranatguru, Ponmel, Pointcross, Bay Martelli, Lonorbus, Londar and Wanur are the luckiest villages to see their roads repaired and new ones constructed by PWD team.

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