- Stream A: Facilitating project preparation for major projects that are listed, or soon to be listed, in the Government of Vietnam’s Mid-term Investment Plan; and
- Stream B: Supporting the sector through research, innovation, policy reform, and training that responds to the specific needs of various transport users (including women, people with disabilities and ethnic minorities) as well as dealing with issues related to the development of the sector, including road safety and climate change.
- Assess the implementation of the accessible transport regulations in four provinces by workshopping with local officials, civil societies, local Disabled People Organisations (DPOs) and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO), regarding the current understandings, practices and limitations, as well as field review sample transport terminals for accessibility, focused on the needs of people with disabilities and the elderly.
- Deliver a two-day-workshop in four provinces with two purposes, being (i) to raise awareness at the community level by disseminating national regulations and its application on accessible transport infrastructure (required the pre-emptive contact with local DPOs, NGOs regarding current situation of local awareness); and (ii) enhance knowledge of transport authorities in order to improve the implementation of existing regulations on accessible transport infrastructure (including universal design principles and other social benefit).
- Provision of technical and financial assistance to at least three transport infrastructures projects (estimated 10,000 AUD/infrastructure project) applying universal design.
- Field visit reports on the current implementation of accessible transport infrastructure in four provinces (Hai Phong, Hue, Tien Giang and Can Tho), which will be carried out with local DPOs collaboration;
- Training material developed for a two-day- workshop, with the collaboration of local DPOs;
- Communication materials developed and printed for distribution/dissemination i.e. leaflets, booklets, toolkits, notebooks, presentations etc.; (with easy-to-access attributes for people with disabilities such as Braille, video with caption or sign language, large font and easy-to-read contents);
- Four training workshops (2 days each) delivered to approximately 160 individuals from the local communities, local transport agencies, community organisations, and disability-led associations;
- Workshop report on the findings and recommendations on the implementation of the current policies/regulations;
- Manual on application of accessible transport policies/regulations for transport authorities.
- Report on provincial action plans review for four provinces including proposal for the selected activities to apply universal design;
- Support provided for implementation of provincial action plans, with the collaboration of local DPOs;'
- Universal design applied and/or integrated into at least three transport infrastructure projects.
- Implementing surveys in the four provinces and working with the Provincial Departments of Transport (PDOTs) and related stakeholders (such as Local DPOs) to prepare the legislation section of the report on the current implementation of accessible transport infrastructures, including current limitations with legislation implementation and recommendations to improve enforcement of the legal framework;
- Developing the legislation modules of the training sessions (including toolkits, leaflets, booklets, presentations, etc.) for the delivery of the two-day- workshops, with the collaboration of the Activity members, ISTA and Local DPOs, under the supervision of the NAM;
- Delivering in consultation with the NAM the legislation-related part of the workshop in each of the four provinces, providing an overview of international practices on accessible transport for peoples with disabilities and elderly;
- Preparing the legislation section of the workshop reports, including findings and recommendations on the implementation of the current policies and regulations;
- Developing the legislation section of the Accessible Transportation Implementation manual covering the application of accessible transport policies and regulations to facilitate the enforcement of the legal framework by the transport authorities;
- Reviewing in collaboration with local DPOs the provincial action plans of the four provincial transport authorities for applying universal design principles in their recommended infrastructure projects and preparing a report on findings and recommendations;
- Providing support in collaboration with local DPOs, to the four provincial transport authorities in applying universal design to selected infrastructure projects and reporting on the support provided; and
- Providing other technical assistance and coordination on an as-needed basis.
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