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Armenia - Second Social Investment Fund Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2000/04/06

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID7324

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Armenia,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Armenia - Second Social Investment Fund Project

  • Keywords

    Annual Work Plan and Budget;Technical Assistance and Training Program;Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;social investment fund;monitoring and evaluation system;accountability in service delivery;empowerment of the poor;quality of work;cost accounting system;social investment program;management and administration;local capacity building;competitive bidding process;local government authority;accounting and reporting;mandatory community contribution;local resource mobilization;capacity building need;local government staff;community outreach activities;beneficiary impact assessment;bank supervision missions;flow of fund;local government activity;quality of outputs;technical assistance program;recruitment of staff;impact of development;maintenance of facilities;social sector reform;community outreach program;minister of finance;operations and maintenance;water supply system;rehabilitation of school;social capital formation;potable water supply;water supply rehabilitation;client satisfaction survey;social sector strategy;government reform program;local government official;stakeholder participation;poverty targeting;economic infrastructure;community participation;special training;Management Systems;effective outreach;evaluation activity;local contractor;community association;social assistance;appraisal mission;competitive basis;donor agencies;social sustainability;committee meeting;organizational structure;mitigation measure;technical standard;investment priority;Investment priorities;decentralization activities;beneficiary assessment;decentralized management;short-term employment;Impact assessments;project sustainability;heating system;public fund;project types;water source;infrastructure facility;social infrastructure;financial statement;structural adjustment;internal control;community empowerment;irrigation works;community ownership;institutional framework;microproject appraisal;health clinics;Environmental Assessment;sanitation work;school furniture;effective partnerships;institution building;environmental standard;Public Services;monitoring activity;certified copy;certified copies;creating opportunity;auditing standard;construction industry;poor community;public consultation;institutional mechanism;effective systems;community demand;cost efficiency;Quality Enhancement;environmental mitigation;monitoring mechanism;participatory method;environmental issue;sanitation system;fund activity;effective information;communication strategy;monitoring techniques;working level;assessing poverty;construction material;Project Monitoring;evaluation framework;intended beneficiary;school rehabilitation;operational level;microproject supervision;environmental review;skill transfer;bank's involvement;public good;adequate financing;technical expert;delivery period;winning bid;community group;community involvement;cost-effectiveness analysis;local contribution;project identification;administrative arrangement;social assets;counterpart contribution;project sponsor;procurement capacity;financial procedure;local budget;administrative support;microproject cycle;microproject implementation;consensus building;effective participation;adequate supervision;active participation;school council;project costing;procurement issue;administrative level;procurement review;field visits;General Administration;multiple donor;high performance;autonomous entity;selection criterion;civil works;financial account;administrative structure;community planning;Urban Planning;regional allocations;management capacity;clear delineation;audit review;project quality;economic efficiency;procurement procedure;community base;water quality;environmental safeguard;project selection;border regions;financing system;poverty indicator;Irrigation Rehabilitation;social exclusion;community level;public resource;public expenditure;reform strategy;reform process;living standard;institutional approach;living condition;information dissemination;Social Protection;severe poverty;population estimate;

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Citation

Armenia - Second Social Investment Fund Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/602751468740435304/Armenia-Second-Social-Investment-Fund-Project