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National Roads Administration (ANE) Mozambique

National Roads Administration (ANE) Mozambique

The ANE is a public institution managed by the country’s Ministry of Public Works and Housing, responsible for the development and maintenance of all roads throughout Mozambique. The ANE consists of five member organizations dedicated to the planning, development, construction, management and maintenance of the road infrastructure, in addition to national transport, communications, and housing. Economikr, while under subcontract to T&M, performed an economic feasibility study and a financial model for selected roads in the Gaza province (World Bank project), and also developed a bridge management system for ANE. 

Mozambique Gaza Province OPRC Project

This World Bank project included the economic, risk and financial analysis of various alternatives for about 280 kilometers of both paved and rural roads in the Gaza Province of Mozambique. During the course of the project Economikr developed various methodologies for dealing with severe flooding. It is Mozambique's first OPRC project. In this project both HDM-4 and RED World Bank programs were utilized.


economic feasibility, economic feasibility study, transport economics, energy economics, environmental economics, economic consultant, economic consultancy, economic analysis, master plans, asset management systems, pavement management systems, economic evaluation, ranking and optimization, demand and supply assessment, demand and supply forecasting, economic modeling and research, benefit/cost analysis, economic performance indicators, development impact, investment optimization, economic models, engineering models, multi-modal analysis, forecasting tools, economic appraisal and evaluation, Pavement Management Systems, Road Management Systems, Port Management Systems, Bridge Management Systems, budget analyses, cost-benefit analyses, evaluation of transport infrastructure, market structure assessments, project planning and budget prioritization programs, prioritization, ranking, World Bank, HDM, economic impact analysis, road safety