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Comoros - Environment, Water, and Infrastructure Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2000/11/22

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID8012

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Comoros,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Comoros - Environment, Water, and Infrastructure Project

  • Keywords

    road maintenance fund;national environmental action plan;Economic and Financial Management;marginal cost for water;water and electricity authority;program of targeted intervention;scheme will;implementation of road maintenance;Urban Water Supply;contamination of water;cost recovery mechanism;public sector institution;consumption of water;water and environment;Environmental Management Plan;delivery of service;participation of beneficiary;charges for water;financial management specialist;cost recovery systems;national action plan;road maintenance program;Cellule de Coordination;detailed engineering design;cost recovery study;water sector activity;privatization of water;safe drinking water;responsibility for water;effective road maintenance;high water losses;protecting natural resources;Financial Management System;road maintenance activity;gnp per capita;projection of expenditure;sense of ownership;design of water;urban water utility;population with access;maintenance of road;sustainable water management;vehicle operating cost;kilometers of road;ministries of finance;train activity;institutional strengthening;road safety;Water Services;environmental issue;project operation;donor coordination;road transport;government plan;private operator;decentralized management;political instability;routine maintenance;Social Assessment;logistical support;water system;public consultation;road shoulder;public awareness;administrative procedure;urban development;donor support;regional road;water component;community participation;poor household;principal stakeholders;public education;tariff structure;utility operation;cost-recovery mechanism;sanitary education;donor assistance;awareness activity;absorptive capacity;government entity;manufacturing industry;water table;stakeholder consultation;government authority;tourist facilities;aquatic fauna;small reservoir;organic pollutant;soil cover;aquatic ecosystem;non-governmental organization;local association;social study;social studies;government actor;road travel;special training;government staff;water engineering;road infrastructure;basic infrastructure;living condition;water user;political parties;public standposts;political party;Sanitation Services;stakeholder participation;institutional framework;working relationship;Basic Sanitation;economic recovery;project finance;international expert;Rural Growth;environmental matters;quality service;water utilities;tariff system;competitive bidding;financial issue;environmental aspect;property damage;land surface;construction practices;water infrastructure;Traffic Signals;financial sustainability;Medium-Sized Enterprises;road sector;program coordination;labor contract;resources management;finance rehabilitation;rural area;Project Monitoring;political crisis;physical work;tariff policy;project accounting;audit arrangement;financial reporting;credit closing;urban community;community group;project execution;national territory;existing capacity;

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Citation

Comoros - Environment, Water, and Infrastructure Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/191871468770751696/Comoros-Environment-Water-and-Infrastructure-Project