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Ethiopia - Protection of Basic Services Additional Financing (English)

This Project Paper seeks approval of the Executive Directors to provide additional financing to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia for the Protection of Basic Services Project (the Project or PBS). This is the first additional financing proposal for this Project and for which a second IDA Grant is proposed. The proposed additional financing would largely provide for the financing gap associated with the completion of Component 1 -- promoting the delivery of basic services by sub-national governments, and component 2 -- promoting the health Millennium Development Goals, supported through the Project. In addition, additional financing is also sought for restructuring to scale up project impact through the implementation o f a new and complementary activity related to the delivery of basic services, termed the Pilot Local Investment Grant (LIG). The Project's development objectives would remain unchanged.


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    Ethiopia - Protection of Basic Services Additional Financing

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    Environmental and Social Management Framework;mapping malaria;finance and economic;Capital Investments;supply chain management system;access to potable water;institutional capacity building activity;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Financial Transparency and Accountability;economic and financial analysis;block grant;quality and quantity;intergovernmental fiscal system;accounting and reporting;Exchange Rates;per capita allocation;primary health service;social accountability initiative;community health worker;Standard Bidding Documents;local health service;foreign exchange market;domestic revenue mobilization;local service provider;internal control system;cold chain equipment;procurement and distribution;international donor community;block grant allocation;high service level;procurement of equipment;direct budget support;source of funding;decentralized governance structure;decentralized service delivery;decline in revenue;short term impact;public budget;



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Ethiopia - Protection of Basic Services Additional Financing (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.