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Niger - Community Action Project for Climate Resilience Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2011/10/03

  • Document Type

    Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet

  • Report Number

    AC6531

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Niger,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2011/10/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Niger - Community Action Project for Climate Resilience Project

  • Keywords

    environment and natural resources management;Sustainable Land and Water Management;sustainable management of forest;Soil and Water Conservation;social and economic development;Land Administration and Management;effect of climate change;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;access to water;social protection policy;Natural Resource Management;adaptation to climate;communication strategy;Climate Risk;climate risk reduction;Social Safety Nets;health and nutrition;dissemination of knowledge;response to crisis;centers for child;cash transfer system;service delivery process;natural resource exploitation;regeneration of plants;water supply system;social and environmental;water quality standard;hides and skins;management of watershed;land along river;scarcity of water;extremely poor household;distribution of rainfall;Public Financial Management;availability of water;global carbon sequestration;safety of dam;local public work;cost of work;pest control technique;Water Resource Management;vulnerability of woman;national food security;climate investment fund;private sector representative;technical assistance loan;vulnerable household;land management;involuntary resettlement;agricultural productivity;grazing area;pastoral system;climate variability;chronically poor;soil fertility;annual investment;production system;land expropriation;local planning;coping strategy;public consultation;climate scenario;cultural property;climate resilience;domestic waste;mitigation measure;positive impact;safeguard issue;sustainable water;social inclusion;Conflict Resolution;water bodies;sustainable farming;social impact;local stakeholder;local mechanisms;health care facilities;meteorological parameters;adequate procedures;soil erosion;chemical pesticide;civil works;social mobilization;information initiatives;climate vulnerability;cultural issues;precautionary approach;elected officials;crop seed;local ngo;institutional responsibilities;stone bunds;business environment;governance environment;road infrastructure;organic material;climatic effects;environmental condition;shallow water;policy formulation;social category;rainwater harvesting;agricultural input;public place;certification system;innovative way;commercial harvest;project finance;resettlement plan;food stamp;safeguard specialist;decentralization policy;national stakeholder;community facility;land acquisition;invasive plants;bush fire;extension work;irrigation system;rotation system;moisture conservation;local development;local population;non-governmental organization;investment cost;economic infrastructure;private entrepreneur;financial resource;water point;mitigation option;grass-root associations;local producer;livestock fattening;cultivated land;biological treatment;social effect;irreversible impacts;environmental consideration;legislative framework;project costing;forestry sector;environmental outcome;project intervention;forest coverage;ministerial department;maternity hospital;climatic zone;farming technique;food production;sustainable forestry;vaccination park;natural factors;Population Growth;physical characteristic;safeguard analysis;food insecurity;international level;severe weather;evaluation activity;local investment;water reservoir;community well;Indigenous Peoples;international consultant;Reproductive Health;food storage;international waterway;suitable habitat;water infrastructure;human capital;fire barrier;adverse shock;natural habitat;rainy season;landlocked country;natural regeneration;professional group;cooking oil;high rainfall;farm crop;water flow;erosion rate;

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Niger - Community Action Project for Climate Resilience Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/599451468324035245/Niger-Community-Action-Project-for-Climate-Resilience-Project