Answers for “Makete Integrated Rural Transport Project.” with Explanations

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Question 27-30:-
27. ii (Section B, para 2, line 1: “Before solutions could be proposed, the problem has to be
understood”)

28. v (Section C, para 1, line 3-4: “from January to February 1991, a number of approaches
were implemented in an effort to improve mobility and access to transport.”)

29. x (Section E, line 2-3: “phases a „top-down‟ approach, in which decisions were made by
experts and officials before being handed down to communities”)

30. i (Section F, para 2, line 3-4: “start. The experiences from Makete will help in this
initiative, and Makete District will act as a reference for future work.”

Question 31-35:-
31. NO ( MIETP was divided into THREE phases)

32. YES (Section B, para 1, line 1-2: “When the project began, Makete District was virtually
totally isolated during the rainy season”

33. NO (Section B, para 2, line 3-6: “so Phase I, between December 1985 and December
1987, focused on research. The socio-economic survey of more than 400 households in
district indicated that the household in Makete spent on average, seven hours a day on
transporting themselves and their goods”

34. YES (Section B, para 2, line 9: “transport were found: 95% was on foot, 80% was within
the locality”)

35. NOT GIVEN

Question 36-40:-
36. D (Section C, para 3, whole para: “Most goods were transported along the paths that
provide short-cut up and down the hillsides, but the paths were a real safety risk and
made the journey on foot even more arduous. It made sense to improve the paths by
building steps, handrails and footbridges”)

37. I (Section D, para 4, line 1-3: “The effort to improve the efficiency of the existing
transport services were not very successful because most of the motorized vehicles in the
district broke down and there was no resources to repair them”)

38. G (Section D, para 3,line 1-3: “Paths and secondary roads were improved only at the
request of communities who were willing to participate in construction and
maintenance”)

39. E (Section D, para 2,line 1-2: “The road improvements and accompanying maintenance
system had helped make the district center accessible throughout the year”)

40. B

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