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China - Gansu And Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2012/03/14

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13710

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/21

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China - Gansu And Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project

  • Keywords

    environment and natural resources management;sustainable natural resource management;price for livestock product;Land Administration and Management;agricultural extension and research;project design and implementation;data collection and analysis;provision of counterpart funding;global environmental benefits;quality of supervision;lack of evidence;quality at entry;reallocation of fund;per capita income;artificial insemination service;average net income;development of market;lack of interest;level of compliance;bank procurement procedure;price for farmer;institutional capacity building;long gestation period;provision of good;improved land management;public goods provision;natural resource sustainability;market information system;public extension service;conservation of wildlife;Animal Husbandry;project impact;Livestock Production;grassland management;baseline data;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;beef cattle;marketing system;parity price;environmental objective;price decline;production model;improve livestock;natural grasslands;ineligible expenditures;productivity gain;Carbon sequestration;social sustainability;dairy production;indigenous people;dam water;opportunity cost;environmental degradation;animal productivity;weight gain;livestock sector;Indigenous Peoples;environmental sustainability;grassland ecology;environmental change;dam safety;soil erosion;ground cover;financial constraint;generally well;accounting practice;access restrictions;good cooperation;range management;land degradation;ecological survey;adequate resources;grassland species;data quality;social infrastructure;farmer income;grazing area;rural enterprise;milk delivery;environmental challenge;environmental enhancement;adaptive research;quality rating;livestock enterprise;baseline survey;biomass increase;controlled grazing;environmental implication;central unit;farmer response;environmental monitoring;fiduciary requirements;social monitoring;social surveys;technical expertise;procurement management;baseline study;financial covenant;stocking rate;land use;biodiversity change;exchange rate;livestock improvement;calving rate;survey design;income increase;upper bind;financial rate;rural market;import price;efficient system;vegetation biomass;cattle breeding;Exchange Rates;grassland resource;grassland ecosystem;rural livelihood;veterinary station;livestock breed;public awareness;selective breeding;wool price;wool sheep;research activities;research activity;sustainable management;government source;productive investment;biodiversity status;monitoring tool;research institute;resource scarcity;monitoring process;agricultural marketing;fodder production;wool market;household model;wool production;domestic price;trade value;outcome targets;livestock productivity;financial sustainability;project costing;skill mix;alternative financing;calving interval;livestock breeding;land access;land acquisition;rangeland issues;poor farming;social issue;environmental gains;farm level;management efficiency;price signal;project delays;crowding out;heavy burden;research station;holistic approach;benefit stream;market demand;market condition;entry rate;environmental risk;insufficient information;veterinary service;long-term risk;grazing regulation;veterinary Services;project risk;producer level;

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China - Gansu And Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/270621474488693161/China-Gansu-And-Xinjiang-Pastoral-Development-Project