Welcome to FPMU

Welcome to FPMU

Bringing Rapid Development To Rural Communities

Connecting Communities

Connecting Communities

Since 2008

Since 2008

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Training on Smart Communication

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IMO RAMP2!!! BRINGING RAPID DEVELOPMENT TO THE RURAL AREAS

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Our Mission

Institutionalize at all tiers of government the capacity and culture for coordination, construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of rural road network that will ensure all -year-round accessibility and mobility thereby contributing to sustainable rural transformation and poverty reduction.

Our Vision

To bring about enhanced productive capacity and rapid development of Nigeria’s rural areas and the improvement of the living standards of its dwellers, through the provision of improved and efficient rural transport infrastructure necessary for economic and social development.

PARTNERS

National Coordinator, RAMP

Engr. Ubandoma Ularamu

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2-DAY RAAMP APPRAISAL MISSION HELD ON 19TH – 20TH SEPTEMBER, 2018 AT SAVANNAH SUITES GROUP HOTEL, ABUJA

The Federal Project Management Unit of RAMP in conjunction with the Donor Agencies of the project organized Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project (RAAMP) Appraisal Mission. It was well attended by all key and relevant stakeholders; including representatives from World Bank, Federal Ministry of Finance, FPMU and all the RAAMP participating states including – Akwa

The FPMU is led by a National Coordinator. The main responsibilities of the FPMU include but not limited to the following: The FPMU is led by a National Coordinator. The main responsibilities of the FPMU include but not limited to the following: 
 
(a)           Coordinate and facilitate activities in the participating states;
(b)           Selection and monitoring of state performance by preparing for scale-up of more states
(c)            Provide targeted technical assistance/support and capacity building support to participating states in order to help them establish their State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU);
(d)           Ensure project alignment with federal rural development policies (such as the Transformation Agenda for the Agriculture Sector) and contribute to the design and implementation of sound rural                       transport policies;
(e)           Facilitate the overall coordination of the project, including consolidating project work plans , budgets, and reports and liaising with the financers, commission financial and technical audits;
(f)             Promote peer learning as well as dissemination of best practices and lessons learnt through effective monitoring and impact evaluation;
(g)           Ensure that public grievances or complaints are responded to by the appropriate authorities.
(f)           Build its workforce capacity to enhance their overall productivity