Resources on local contracting

  1. Guidelines for Transport Infrastructure Inventory, Preparation of Transport Network Analysis

    01 December 1999

    The Transport Infrastructure Inventory is a tool that allows the planner to obtain in a reasonable short time an overview of the extent and condition of the road and waterway network in a certain area. The tool is part of an area based planning process for rural infrastructure called Integrated Rural Accessibility Planning (IRAP).

  2. Technical Audit for Labour-based/Equipment Supported Infrastructure Projects in the Philippines

    01 December 1999

    An Insight into the Technical Scope, Limitations and Problems Encountered in the Implementation of Labor-Based/ Equipment-Supported Method of Construction and Maintenance of Infrastructure Projects of the Philippine Government

  3. Impact Assessment Report IRAP Laos

    01 September 1999

    UNDP/ESCAP/ILO pilot project

  4. Rural road planning: recommendations for improving the rural road network in Lao PDR

    01 November 1998

    Project LAO/95/001 Integrated rural accessibility planning

  5. Guidelines on integrated rural accessibility planning “The Lao Experience”

    01 October 1998

    Project LAO/95/001 Integrated rural accessibility planning

  6. ASIST Bulletin No. 7

    01 July 1998

    Bi-annual newsletter containing articles and news on labour-based activities in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Theme of this issue: Community participation in labour-based works and in rural transport planning

  7. Productivity norms for labour-based construction

    01 May 1998

  8. Access and income generating activities

    01 May 1998

    Project LAO/95/001 Integrated rural accessibility planning

  9. Wasted time : the price of poor access

    01 January 1998

    Rural Access Technical Papers (RATP) No. 3

  10. Local Development through Infrastructure Investments and Jobs - Advisory Support, Information Services and Training Programme (ASIST-AP)

    01 January 1998

    The programme works to develop and mainstream local resource-based strategies for sustainable development and poverty reduction. It is currently operational in 15 countries in the region.