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China - Third Shanghai Urban Environment Project (English)

Ratings for the Third Shanghai Urban Environment Project for China were as follows: outcome was moderately satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation (M and E) quality was substantial. Some lessons learned included: long engagement with the client in fast growing cities can be better accommodated by the use of an adaptable program loan (APL) type instrument that provides gradual and incremental support to improving urban infrastructure and improved service delivery performance. The importance of and the heavy initial investment in developing a bold, long term strategic vision, supported by well-prepared policy frameworks and sectoral master plans are key enabling factors. Building capacity to leverage external funds is more important than the number of environmental projects financed. The district financing vehicle (DFV) successful evolution now has a large potential to serve as a platform to leverage public and private sector funding to finance urban environmental infrastructure. Careful design, including the level of technical assistance (international and or national) and implementing arrangements of any deep policy and institutional strengthening and training (IST) component and activity can lead to greater ownership, added value and desired outcomes that contribute to project development objectives (PDOs). Consider the costs and benefits of purchasing dedicated and specialize insurance to hedge construction risks for some large and technically complex infrastructure investments, according to the circumstances. Financial covenants are not necessarily a good instrument to measure financial sustainability. Significant reduction of the social impact of major construction activities of projects can be achieved by considering the social factors and impacts starting at the feasibility stage and by considering alternative options, good detailed design and the application of modern construction techniques. Strengthened country based teams can improve implementation performance, client communication, quicker problem solving and is can be a key success factor for project outcomes.

Details

  • Document Date

    2017/12/18

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    ICR3540

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2017/12/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China - Third Shanghai Urban Environment Project

  • Keywords

    Administrative and Civil Service Reform;raw water;water sector;Loan to Turkey;Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition;National Development and Reform Commission;water and wastewater;pumping station;wastewater sector;raw water supply;wastewater collection and treatment;raw water pumping station;drinking water quality standard;sustainable natural resource management;security of water supply;efficiency of resource use;provision of wastewater service;drinking water source protection;urban environmental service;environmental sustainability;asset management system;wastewater treatment asset;raw water quality;project financing;operations and maintenance;water supply company;quality water supply;international good practice;quantity of wastewater;Air Quality Management;water quality data;exchange rate;hazardous waste treatment;outstanding debt service;infrastructure investment program;theory of change;Exchange Rates;implicit government guarantee;provision of infrastructure;adaptable program loan;solid waste sector;competitive bidding process;biological oxygen demand;chemical oxygen demand;detailed engineering design;lump sum contract;free trade zone;resettlement action plan;operation and management;flood risk management;law and regulation;water supply pipe;water sector management;flood control system;provision of sewage;solid waste investment;strategic action;water treatment technology;provision of good;water demand management;water supply security;quantity of water;volume of water;potable water supply;point of connection;water supply management;global best practice;demand side management;pace of innovation;Water Resource Management;managing climate change;suburban area;

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China - Third Shanghai Urban Environment Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/333601514406479155/China-Third-Shanghai-Urban-Environment-Project