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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY06 : South Asia - Afghanistan (English)

The Status of Projects in Execution (SOPE) report for FY06 provides information on all International Bank and Rural Development (IBRD)/International Development Association (IDA) projects that were active as of June 30, 2006. The report is intended to bridge the gap in information available to the public between the project appraisal document or program document, disclosed after the Bank approves a project, and the implementation completion report, disclosed after the project closes. In addition to the project progress description, the FY06 SOPE report contains project level comparisons of disbursement estimates and actual disbursements, and a table showing the loan/credit/grant amount and disbursements to date for all active projects.

Details

  • Document Date

    2006/09/19

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    49811

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Afghanistan,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY06 : South Asia - Afghanistan

  • Keywords

    Administrative and Civil Service Reform;sustainable development of natural resources;financial and private sector development;basic package of health services;Operational Policy and Country Services;Education for the Knowledge Economy;access to urban service;Participation and Civic Engagement;Regulation and Competition Policy;Tax Policy and Administration;agricultural extension and research;mining and other extractive;provincial education department;Export Development and Competitiveness;civil service reform program;Proposed Investment;investment in human resources;population and reproductive health;roads and highway;Public Sector Governance;Projects in Execution;foreign direct investment;irrigation and drainage;horticulture and livestock;improved food security;maternal mortality rate;community health worker;higher education program;quality of care;health system performance;education of girl;public sector reform;quality of education;civil service component;rural road infrastructure;tertiary education development;education for all;health care financing;access to goods;exchange rate fluctuation;education quality improvement;accounting and reporting;gap in information;Law and Justice;rural access infrastructure;public sector procurement;contract for operation;water supply service;average travel time;condition of effectiveness;improved market access;district education;delivery of service;short term employment;Conflict Prevention;transparent manner;market economy;female staff;Health Workers;Rural Poor;community level;legal institution;security situation;Postconflict Reconstruction;block grant;bank restructuring;financial sustainability;public resource;finance objective;local farmer;urban development;political risk;cottonseed oil;production facility;observer status;permanent job;cotton industry;customs facility;Financial Sector;telecoms sector;budget execution;customs procedure;secondary road;Environmental Policy;core functions;institutional strengthening;Child Health;internal communication;institution building;operational performance;telecommunications sector;government communications;child malnutrition;donor support;private investment;incentive framework;agricultural marketing;Irrigation Rehabilitation;income transfer;donor community;Antenatal Care;customs reform;adversely impact;customs revenue;customs staff;customs declaration;farm area;irrigation supply;transit administration;release time;customs infrastructure;farm income;agricultural productivity;irrigation water;vaccination coverage;customs valuation;rehabilitation component;contractual saving;power supply;procurement delay;Social Protection;livelihood opportunity;independent assessment;Vocational Training;equitable distribution;target social;disclosure policy;municipal governance;rural community;drainage structure;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;transitional period;post conflict;short-term employment;transit infrastructure;urban policy;environmental health;SME finance;procurement law;urban management;hydrocarbon resource;runway rehabilitation;engineering design;accountability system;optimal choice;public expenditure;government administration;social recovery;multiple sources;poor villagers;productive infrastructure;external financing;local economy;educational administration;physical facility;political issue;multiplier effect;

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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY06 : South Asia - Afghanistan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/437331468195842429/Status-of-projects-in-execution-SOPE-FY06-South-Asia-Afghanistan