Status Report Following 15 Years of Institutional Reforms within Sub-Saharan Africa Road Administrations

Etat de 15 annees de reformes institutionnelles des administrations routieres en Afrique sub-saharienne

Beginning in the 1970s, most nations in sub-saharan Africa experienced extreme economic hardship, a condition reflected in the transportation budgets of individual nations. In the 1990s, things began to change with assistance from development partners. The Association of African Road Managers and Partners (AGEPAR) conducted a study of institutional reforms introduced in its road sectors since the early 1990s, and held a related technical seminar February 23-24, 2006, in Bamako, Mali. Papers delivered by representatives of seven countries at the conference are included in the article: Benin, Burkina-Faso, Congo, Niger, Senegal, Chad, and Togo.

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    • Bere, Stanislas
    • Hounhoui, Paul Dassi
    • Yonli, Ousmane Y
    • M'Baucaud, Jean-Mathieu
    • Magagi, Habou Soufiane
    • Guisse, Bassirou
    • Ahmat Imam, Ben Moctar
    • Tchamsi, Assoulian K
    • Haule, Joseph Odo
  • Publication Date: 2007


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  • Accession Number: 01043455
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 5 2007 2:35PM