North Eastern Region Capital Development Investment Program

North Eastern Region Capital Development Investment Program (NERCCDIP) is an ADB assisted Project to improve the urban environment and promote reforms for sustainable, efficient, and responsive urban service delivery in the capital cities of five states in the North Eastern Region (NER), namely, Agartala (Tripura), Aizawl (Mizoram), Kohima (Nagaland), Sikkim (Gangtok) and Shillong (Meghalaya). NERCCDIP will be implemented in three tranches (or more if necessary) over 7 years (2009–2015).

Impact and Outcome

The expected impact of NERCCDIP is improved environment and well-being of urban residents in the five capital cities. The expected outcome at the end of the program will be sustainable and increased access to better urban services in five program cities. To this end, (i) urban infrastructure and services in the capital cities, including slums, will be improved and expanded; and (ii) the institutional, managerial, and financial capacity of the urban institutions, including ULBs, will be strengthened. The benefits from investments will be enjoyed by the poor, women, and all other vulnerable groups, and any negative environmental and social impact will be minimized or prevented


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