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Chad - Urban Development Project (English)

The proposed project on the Chad - Urban Development Project will finance priority infrastructure (water, drainage, and economic infrastructure) in N'Djamena, Moundou, Sarh, Abeche, and Doba to address partially the significant infrastructure gaps these cities are facing. By packaging public works appropriately and using labor-intensive methods whenever possible, the project will create employment opportunities for unskilled and semi-skilled labor and promote Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in construction and urban services. Further, the project will improve capacity at the local level to plan, manage, and maintain infrastructure and services, and will support capacity to foster urban development at the central level. The project will have two components: (i) strengthening municipal and urban management capacity; and (ii) provision of urban infrastructures and services. The first component is to strengthen the capacity o f the local governments in N'Djamena, Moundou, Sarh, Abeche, and Doba to plan and manage the development and the delivery of infrastructure and urban services and to increase their financial resources in order to maintain existing and new infrastructure. This component has 2 sub-components: (a) sub-component 1 will strengthen urban and municipal capacities in the respective municipalities through workshops, technical assistance, studies, training, and provision of equipment; and (b) sub-component 2 will strengthen the capacity of the central administration and de-concentrated ministries to support the municipalities. The second component is to increase access to urban infrastructure. By implementing activities that are part of the project, sanitary conditions will be improved and opportunities for unskilled and semi-skilled labor will be created.

Details

  • Document Date

    2007/01/03

  • Document Type

    Project Appraisal Document

  • Report Number

    33534

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Chad,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2007/03/21

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Chad - Urban Development Project

  • Keywords

    small and medium enterprise;lack access to information;economic and financial analysis;high population growth rate;Environmental and Social Impact;project design and implementation;public investment in infrastructure;project monitoring and evaluation;oil revenue;Municipalities;urban sector;improved water source;net oil revenue;urban development plan;urban management capacity;access to water;infrastructure and services;SME in construction;lump sum tax;international donor community;value added tax;fight against poverty;service and infrastructure;Escape from poverty;readiness for implementation;project performance indicator;rapid urban growth;protection against flood;municipal technical service;Local Economic Development;service delivery arrangement;public resource management;sanitation master plan;Housing and Land;water supply system;municipal management capacity;water supply network;local private sector;provision of equipment;local steering committees;damage to infrastructure;lack of control;public works agency;population with access;urban informal sector;access to sanitation;drainage work;Urban Infrastructure;urban population;urban service;economic infrastructure;living condition;financial resource;political decentralization;resource mobilization;municipal resource;management tool;urban resident;sustainable access;infrastructure maintenance;Municipal Finance;good governance;oil production;human capital;national budget;counterpart funding;account management;foreign financing;administrative expense;water pipeline;management committee;Urban Planning;state agency;slum dweller;municipal administration;rural area;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;contract management;storm water;project impact;secondary city;Natural Resources;decentralization framework;decentralization process;sanitation committee;central administration;investment climate;vulnerable group;land acquisition;potable water;distribution network;rapid urbanization;positive impact;financing service;work contracts;macroeconomic framework;regular meetings;Safeguard Policies;legal framework;donor financing;urban program;appraisal mission;local representatives;urban dweller;public space;social disturbance;accountability relationship;local population;draft agreement;institution building;income-generating activity;business community;priority program;property damage;municipal governance;income generating activity;unplanned settlements;public finance;strategic objective;internal auditor;improve revenue;Oil Pipeline;productive system;results framework;fiscal decentralization;oil boom;government support;procurement process;fiscal regime;financial crisis;Maternal Health;investment fund;external financing;monitoring progress;administrative authority;Waste Management;political uncertainty;corrective action;centralized state;project intervention;national skill;tax collection;public reporting;incentive system;business premise;sanitary condition;local entities;earth road;stakeholder concern;productive purposes;Basic Sanitation;tax base;project finance;stormwater drainage;breeding ground;Borrowing Countries;increased revenue;state tax;staff costs;tax benefit;improving management;sanitation facility;Property tax;rural transportation infrastructure;evaluation activity;debt accumulation;local municipality;organizational audit;budget nomenclature;transparent use;procurement reform;custom duty;community involvement;improved sanitation;oil sector;traditional leaders;Water Network;fiscal deficit;exhaustive census;local ngo;neighborhood association;market space;water provision;Child Mortality;social aspect;Contractual obligations;commercial areas;preparation mission;infrastructure service;local election;public standpipe;country survey;urban roads;local communication;Budget Management;geographic distribution;piped water;population size;project sustainability;road work;outcome indicator;government strategy;city representative;social framework;state support;local initiative

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Chad - Urban Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/149591468214211494/Chad-Urban-Development-Project