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Project Information Document (Appraisal Stage) - Can Tho Urban Development and Resilience - P152851 (English)

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  • Author

    Forni,Marc S.

  • Document Date

    2015/12/07

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDA35431

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Vietnam,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2015/12/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Project Information Document (Appraisal Stage) - Can Tho Urban Development and Resilience - P152851

  • Keywords

    Social and Environmental Management Plan;Environment and Natural Resources;flood risk management;institutional context;Environmental and Social Impact;effect of climate change;investments in transport infrastructure;social safety net system;approach to climate change;disaster risk management;urban core;urban development;flood control system;drainage system;land subsidence;poverty reduction goal;Public Financial Management;social assistance system;Social Safety Nets;extreme rainfall events;sea level rise;wastewater treatment plant;technical assistance program;flood protection system;quality of public;quality of work;influence of tides;international good practice;climate change impact;flood control measure;flood management system;flood prone area;social protection instrument;urban population growth;operations and maintenance;standard of living;high growth rate;capacity of city;high tide;urban flood;Institutional Sustainability;rapid urbanization;water level;Safeguard Policies;socioeconomic development;Public Transport;adequate resources;Climate Risk;road link;safeguard policy;counterpart fund;spatial planning;seasonal flood;remedial action;building code;climate adaptation;rainwater storage;transport investment;regional connectivity;satellite imagery;social safeguard;selection criterion;resettlement process;urban growth;planning capacity;gis systems;Management Systems;bridge crossing;fiscal cost;canal system;flood season;financial resilience;low-income area;urban upgrade;sewer connection;investment bidding;Urban Infrastructure;agricultural drainage;conceptual framework;systems development;water resource;urban management;review capacity;sanitation improvement;sanitation engineering;sanitation system;city area;land area;medium-size city;public consultation;long-term planning;food processing;educational institution;health facility;natural system;agricultural center;groundwater extraction;construction activities;urban transport;municipal governance;institution building;natural disaster;resilient infrastructure;urban economy;business sector;local tourism;urban resident;public health;water drainage;land use;bridge expansion;city drainage;heavy rainfall;physical condition;physical sustainability;river flooding;sewer system;high rainfall;construction supervision;engineering design;financial sustainability;fiscal analysis;adverse events;flood loss;severe flood;Urban Planning;Government Accounts;fiscal burden;contingent liability;contingent liabilities;

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Citation

Forni,Marc S.

Project Information Document (Appraisal Stage) - Can Tho Urban Development and Resilience - P152851 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/633881468174909117/Project-Information-Document-Appraisal-Stage-Can-Tho-Urban-Development-and-Resilience-P152851