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Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-101).
|Statement||Gita Gopal, Alexandre Marc.|
|Series||World Bank discussion papers,, 265., Africa Technical Department series, World Bank discussion papers ;, 265., World Bank discussion papers.|
|Contributions||Marc, Alexandre, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||HD75.8 .G67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||94032394|
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An overview of project management in the context of the World Bank project life cycle 2. An introduction to key project management topics including: logic model, activity planning, network analysis, stakeholder engagement and communication, resource management, risk management, and project implementation /5.
Community Participation: A Necessary Complement to Markets 99 Estimated Rates of Return on World Bank-Financed Projects 14 Modal Distribution of World Bank Lending for Transport, Funds Committed, 16 into the book in order to establish a coherent yet broad-based framework forFile Size: 6MB.
In view of the growing number of projects in the social sector, the study previewed by this article examines procurement and disbursement issues in Bank-financed projects with community participation to collate and analyze Bank-wide experience, to identify issues, present cases of best practices, and suggest, where feasible, possible.
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Constituency Map The Executive. In reality the Bank often surveys or consults with parties affected by Bank-financed operations and involves CSOs in project implementation, but it seldom employs genuinely participatory approaches.
and the reality. Most of the people and communities affected by. World Bank-Financed Projects With Community Participation: Procurement and Disbursement Issues (Africa Technic) (No ): ISBN () Softcover, World Bank, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site. corruption in the World Bank-financed projects is that it adversely affects programmes that aim at promoting devel opment, reducing poverty and, in general, assisting the most disadvantaged social Author: Costantino Grasso.
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through community participation (among students, teachers, and parents) a safe routes to school program is currently under implementation. Based on the success in other countries, community road safety initiative has also been initiated in Bangladesh.
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Bank-financed projects which are applicable to CDD projects and other projects that finance participation in identifying needs, fairness and openness displayed while carrying out the 7. The approval process for community projects includes the need for the community to plan, program, and budget its subprojects.
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Seed Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: Issues and Options. VVenkatesan No. Trade Policy Reform in Developing Countries Since Review of the Evidence. Judith M. Dean, Seema Desai, and. The projects are intended to improve quality of life and encourage economic development, and include irrigation systems, road and rail improvements, dams, port facilities, and even dumps.(Shown the right is World Bank-funded road construction in Tajikistan) Lesser known are the World Bank policies that mandate that project sponsors write.
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