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Nigeria - Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project : restructuring : Main report (English)

The objective of the Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project for Nigeria is to enhance the productivity of fadama areas and the livelihood systems they support through sustainable land use and water management in the six participating states. The reallocation is necessary based on a letter dated August 11, 2010, in which the Federal Government of Nigeria requested a reallocation of the funds. The relocation is to provide additional funds in the sum of USD of USD 374,000 and USD 920,000 to the training/workshop and incremental operating cost expenditure categories respectively to execute the identified critical activities that would ensure successful implementation and completion of the programme. The low amounts in these categories are hampering the implementation of time sensitive activities in these categories. The funding for the implementation of the forest management plans are also captured under operating cost, hence the increase in the reallocation compared to the appraisal estimate.

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Nigeria - Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project : restructuring : Main report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/579181468292281329/Main-report