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Tunisia - Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/11/02

  • Document Type

    Program Information Document

  • Report Number

    58367

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Tunisia,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/12/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Tunisia - Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas Development Project

  • Keywords

    sustainable natural resource management;Management of Natural Resources;Soil and Water Conservation;access to potable water;project monitoring and evaluation;agricultural extension and research;impact of climate change;awareness of climate change;Environmental and Social Safeguard;access to basic service;off-farm income-generating activity;public investment in infrastructure;basic rural infrastructure;integrated rural development;forested areas;local development;Support for Agriculture;participatory forest management;Agricultural Advisory Services;agricultural production system;geographic information system;total labor force;balance of power;number of beneficiaries;social and environmental;potable water system;irrigation and drainage;Resettlement Policy Framework;collaboration with partners;local community participation;denial of credit;pastoral production system;crop and livestock;national development plan;regional development planning;forest dwelling communities;rural labor force;annual economic growth;community-based rural development;forest management plan;relationship with communities;national water supply;climate change issue;rural household income;integrated water management;natural resource use;climate change adaptation;national climate change;creating job opportunity;exchange of information;rural road rehabilitation;sustainable production system;environmentally sound practices;market in europe;local public administration;information and awareness;health sector investment;partnership mechanism;agricultural sector;grassroots organization;non-governmental organization;governmental partners;framework agreement;project costing;development partner;small farmer;land consolidation;rural area;rural community;vulnerable group;small-scale irrigation;methodological tool;basic infrastructure;informal development;public authority;small-scale farmer;essential oil;financing plan;Financing plans;annual budget;Safeguard Policies;counterpart contribution;logistical support;mutual trust;sole responsibility;hydraulic resource;local council;rural enterprise;land management;socio-economic development;sustainable management;communication strategy;vegetation cover;crop intensification;agricultural productivity;soil erosion;tree planting;complementary financing;local program;safeguard policy;living standard;communal water;water tank;decentralized structure;poor community;pasture improvement;agricultural income;development policy;efficient coordination;project reporting;planning commission;practical training;community empowerment;important share;beneficiary participation;technical committee;agricultural cycle;conservation activity;genetic improvement;forestry sector;infrastructure constraints;consultative process;territorial jurisdiction;institutional channel;storage tank;consultative meeting;water well;regional production;agricultural land;remote community;community responsibility;development partnership;government priority;local participation;executive board;bilateral agreement;environmental perspective;future need;active participant;complementary investment;community level;social cohesion;extensive consultation;geographic area;financial resource;timber tree;dead wood;Land tenure;degraded areas;crop yield;small ruminant;veterinary product;commercial alliances;business management;operational practices;rural phenomenon;direct transfer;operational guidance;adequate training;organizational capacity;fiduciary safeguard;private land;public support;public consultation;senior operations;budget resource;counterpart funding;financial commitment;principal stakeholders;participatory preparation;active participation;alternative revenue;productive partnership;thematic approach;landless family;constant term;tree cover;fragile land;participatory development;land use;pine nut;living condition;community access;income generating activity;institutional strengthening;multilateral agency;local actors;real value;demonstration programs;government strategy

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Tunisia - Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/401771468117293232/Tunisia-Fourth-Northwest-Mountainous-and-Forested-Areas-Development-Project