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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY05 : South Asia region - Sri Lanka (English)

The Status of Projects in Execution (SOPE) report for FY05 provides information on all International Bank and Rural Development (IBRD)/International Development Association (IDA) projects that were active on and beyond June 30, 2005. The FY05 SOPE introduces a new element: in order to disclose project-by-project comparisons of disbursement estimates and actual disbursements, the SOPE report contains a line chart showing the original estimated disbursement schedule, the latest approved revised schedule (if any) and actual disbursements for investment operations and a table showing the loan/credit/grant amount and disbursements to date.

Details

  • Document Date

    2005/09/23

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    49826

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Sri Lanka,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY05 : South Asia region - Sri Lanka

  • Keywords

    district heating and energy efficiency services;Judicial and Other Dispute Resolution Mechanisms;renewable energy for rural economic development;financial and private sector development;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;Community Water Supply and Sanitation;Access to Law and Justice;Education for the Knowledge Economy;Operational Policy and Country Services;Participation and Civic Engagement;access to urban service;small and medium enterprise;payment and settlement system;preparation of bidding documents;development of information technology;Community Development and Livelihood;Personal and Property Rights;Primary and Secondary Education;agricultural extension and research;Teacher Education and Teacher;quality of health care;quality health care;population and reproductive health;Nutrition and Food Security;Regulation and Competition Policy;Projects in Execution;irrigation and drainage;Public Sector Governance;water supply scheme;renewable energy resource;education for all;Improving Labor Markets;Internally Displaced Person;human resource management;access to information;gap in information;principles of equity;land administration system;financial sector stability;industry and trade;high risk behaviors;population at large;spread of hiv;health system performance;health sector development;tertiary education reform;renewable energy industry;transfer of fund;roads and highway;procurement of equipment;economic reform agenda;national teacher;teacher education program;project monitoring system;power generating capacity;institutional capacity building;health care centers;Social Safety Nets;natural disaster management;primary health care;exchange rate fluctuation;cash grant;bank restructuring;market economy;social analysis;Law Reform;reconstruction activities;environmental health;village communities;Power Generation;livelihood support;Housing reconstruction;rural area;remote community;Judicial Training;village development;land policies;housing construction;Commercial Law;land policy;Conflict Prevention;recovery process;farmer organization;employment generation;rural telecom;Displaced Population;project impact;local stakeholder;Environmental Policy;government capacity;internal communication;disclosure policy;relief effort;european commission;project finance;overseas training;local training;government's capacity;community response;affected population;public expenditure;procurement action;Cash Transfer;target beneficiary;land title;village planning;quality textbook;public awareness;social indicator;rural income;positive impact;professional development;law school;local entrepreneur;legal framework;education plan;computer equipment;reading habit;library programs;rural telecenter;national highway;knowledge industry;renewable power;Irrigated Agriculture;investment operation;irrigation scheme;external financing;land dispute;economic reintegration;energy service;transport vehicle;school reconstruction;equipment supplier;Public Services;judicial framework;domestic bank;vulnerable communities;concentrated epidemics;general population;generalized epidemic;prevention program;aggregate benefit;rural community;serological surveillance;significant challenge;payment system;security clearance;service coverage;financial reporting;Sanitation Services;aids epidemic;sanitation facility;estate sector;vulnerability assessment;Vocational Training;preventive care;Child Health;pilot program;antiretroviral therapy;monetary policy;public health;default rate;Higher Education;market base;tb control;Antiretroviral therapies;safe sex;prudential requirements;good governance;financial sustainability;undergraduate education;trading system;government security;rural life;future employment;support organizations;core functions;national network;poor community;

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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY05 : South Asia region - Sri Lanka (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/149221468114855573/Status-of-projects-in-execution-SOPE-FY05-South-Asia-region-Sri-Lanka