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Bosnia and Herzegovina - Irrigation Development Project (English)

Ratings of Irrigation Development Project for Bosnia and Herzegovina were as follows: outcome was satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was substantial. Some of the lessons learned include: (i) Site selection should take into consideration agricultural value chains; (ii) There is a need for selecting context specific design or intervention options at project sites; (iii) Local partnerships should be built into the implementation arrangements; (iv) Irrigation projects designs should include on-farm improvements including secondary and tertiary systems to ensure delivery of irrigation services; (v) There is need for flexibility in the institutional arrangements for the management of the schemes adopting an approach that is tailored to municipal characteristics; and (vi) There is need for a policy or master plan to guide investments in agricultural water.

Details

  • Document Date

    2020/09/28

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    ICR5006

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bosnia and Herzegovina,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/10/06

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - Irrigation Development Project

  • Keywords

    Urban and Rural Development; equitable distribution of water; efficient use of water; detailed environmental management; canal rehabilitation; Operational Core Curriculum; Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry; irrigation or drainage; irrigation and drainage; number of beneficiaries; on-farm water management; theory of change; water management institutions; detailed engineering design; net present value; transfer of knowledge; damage to infrastructure; assessment of achievement; area under irrigation; water use efficiency; Finance for Development; operation and management; water efficient technology; equitable water allocation; abundant water resource; improved crop yields; Operation of Irrigation; participation of woman; high value crops; primarily due; limited administrative capacity; change in rainfall; irrigation system management; source of employment; local service provider; small scale irrigation; collection of water; water fee collection; water management system; irrigation service delivery; total labor force; project affected persons; access to land; resilience to drought; competitive business environment; Private Sector Growth; public sector efficiency; source of funding; quality at entry; operations and maintenance; grievance redress mechanism; climate change adaptation; Water Resource Management; improved agricultural technologies; quality of supervision; irrigation water demand; irrigation water management; irrigation service fee; public utility companies; Financial Management System; climate smart agriculture; access to finance; irrigation scheme; drainage problem; Water Shortage; irrigation institution; social safeguard; intermediate indicator; direct beneficiaries; outcome targets; management structure; agricultural productivity; rural area; poor farming; result indicator; results framework; Job Creation; equitable access; natural shock; farm level; institutional strengthening; agricultural land; construction supervision; discount rate; Advisory services; irrigation improvement; Management Systems; Irrigation Modernization; rural population; water concession; water distribution; irrigation canal; utility company; Irrigated Agriculture; irrigation development; government fund; sustainable use; internal control; agriculture sector; adequate capacity; riparian country; human capital; natural asset; Natural Event; project accounting; ongoing work; financial reporting; vulnerable group; counterpart funding; agricultural yield; mitigation activity; procurement management; value chain; social compliance; written agreement; land acquisition; private property; disbursement rate; study including; procurement capacity; driven training; procurement performance; transitional period; mitigation measure; water tariff; adequate supervision; review audit; procurement activities; limited capacity; institutional staff; unintended outcomes; credit agreement; private investment; contract work; several reasons; project finance; financial statement; municipality level; Natural Resources; irrigation design; rural community; several factors; investment cost; selection criterion; organizational capacity; inadequate capacity; government institution; construction cost; extension worker; pressurized irrigation; irrigation management; administrative level; average investment; support cost; electricity power; social mobilization; construction permit; water permit; permit system; future investment; irrigation fees; project effectiveness; construction work; weather shock; investment program; high rainfall; international community; reconstruction activities; snow melt; heavy rain; low flows; water volume; arable land; beneficiary household; local income; environmental criterion; subproject preparation; notification requirement; riparian issue; International Water; basic infrastructure; access road; land register; irrigation facility; pumping station; small area; conveyance systems; project delays; several years; Ownership Share Type; seasonal worke

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Citation

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Irrigation Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/104601601997109547/Bosnia-and-Herzegovina-Irrigation-Development-Project