P-LS-DB0-005

Project Details
ID: P-LS-DB0-005 Name: BUTHA-BUTHA-ROMA-SOMOKONG ROAD STUDIES Status: Completed Country: Lesotho
Sector: Transport Approval date: 25-mar-1975 Task Manager: NYAME-MENSAH Hubert, OINF2
Total cost: 921052
Currency: UAC
Source(s) of financing
ADF: 828947
Implementing Agency: MINISTRY OF WORKS

Objectives

The principal economic benefit of the project is the increased output of crops valued at R. 1.70 million (FUA 2.27 million) at full development. The net income would be about R. 178.50 (FUA 228.5) per acre. This is income shared by the farmers and Government, and would help raise Government revenue and thus reduce the dependance of the public treasury on foreign asistance for the development and recurrent expenditure.

Description

The principal economic benefit of the project is the increased output of crops valued at R. 1.70 million (FUA 2.27 million) at full development. The net income would be about R. 178.50 (FUA 228.5) per acre. This is income shared by the farmers and Government, and would help raise Government revenue and thus reduce the dependance of the public treasury on foreign asistance for the development and recurrent expenditure.

Benefits

The principal economic benefit of the project is the increased output of crops valued at R. 1.70 million (FUA 2.27 million) at full development. The net income would be about R. 178.50 (FUA 228.5) per acre. This is income shared by the farmers and Government, and would help raise Government revenue and thus reduce the dependance of the public treasury on foreign asistance for the development and recurrent expenditure.

Rational

The principal economic benefit of the project is the increased output of crops valued at R. 1.70 million (FUA 2.27 million) at full development. The net income would be about R. 178.50 (FUA 228.5) per acre. This is income shared by the farmers and Government, and would help raise Government revenue and thus reduce the dependance of the public treasury on foreign asistance for the development and recurrent expenditure.