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Guatemala - Second Rural and Main Roads Program Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2003/01/10

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID10624

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Guatemala,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Guatemala - Second Rural and Main Roads Program Project

  • Keywords

    access to basic service;annual per capita income;living standard measurement;social investment fund;Policy and Institutional Framework;main road network;Municipalities;rural road management;financial management arrangement;cost for transport;participation of beneficiary;standard of living;Standard Bidding Documents;poor road condition;road and transportation;internal control system;rural road component;rural transport strategy;world health organization;consultative group meeting;evaluation of results;lack of accountability;exchange of good;poor road access;core road network;Association of Municipalities;rural road investment;rural road rehabilitation;central government agency;repair and maintenance;building social capital;price of commodities;national road network;road maintenance work;central government financing;types of road;service delivery approach;social cohesion;road work;municipal road;municipal association;financial contribution;health facility;rural area;departmental road;rainy season;local development;Public Transport;impact analysis;secondary road;rural transportation infrastructure;Rural Poor;project finance;road section;geographic isolation;audit arrangement;financial statement;remote community;poverty profile;community-based development;road closure;applicable law;community center;health post;important policy;rehabilitation costs;transportation cost;road sector;prior review;inadequate fund;financial reform;local infrastructure;private clinic;social impact;appraisal mission;government's goals;multilateral agency;procurement method;public consultation;road improvement;Social Welfare;procurement progress;financial information;economic mainstream;administrative structure;price contingency;ineligible expenditures;bilateral agency;multiyear investment;local condition;weighted average;financial cost;transport service;community level;institutional weakness;transfer power;civil associations;special account;supervision resource;administrative decentralization;audit opinion;private auditing;public hospital;road development;regional road;road infrastructure;road strategy;road quality;educational center;road administration;green cover;local participation;large population;public bus;political difference;social good;historical evidence;economic infrastructure;emergency repair;young professional;financial aspect;financial professional;management capacity;road system;community participation;beneficiary involvement;rural community;institutional set-up;stakeholder participation;lessons learnt;poverty target;household use;Investment Support;remote area;community survey;good road;freight vehicle;banana plantation;local expert;unequal country;agricultural labor;distribution network;rural phenomenon;extreme poverty;paved road;road type;earth road;civil strife;fuel surcharge;

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Guatemala - Second Rural and Main Roads Program Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/405421468771057558/Guatemala-Second-Rural-and-Main-Roads-Program-Project