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Bolivia - Second Participatory Rural Investment Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2012/04/24

  • Document Type

    Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet

  • Report Number

    AC6663

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bolivia,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2012/04/26

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Bolivia - Second Participatory Rural Investment Project

  • Keywords

    environment and natural resources management;Participation and Civic Engagement;rural services and infrastructure;participation of local community;Social and Institutional Assessment;Environmental and Social Safeguard;social and environmental;Municipalities;Financial Management System;competition for investment;provision of service;operations and maintenance;point of entry;investment promotion activity;land use plan;transfer power;constructive conflict management;knowledge of procurement;roads and highway;irrigation and drainage;social development specialists;ex post review;construction of infrastructure;Association of Municipalities;critical natural habitats;negative environmental impact;series of workshops;response to crisis;Natural Resource Management;investment in transportation;Local Economic Development;regional development plans;safety of dam;Safeguard Policies;municipal government;safeguard policy;local actors;productive investment;institutional strengthening;protected area;transportation infrastructure;project ideas;territorial coordinator;territorial planning;institutional responsibilities;land acquisition;Indigenous Peoples;small Works;legal statutes;tourism promotion;forest land;administrative cost;communication strategy;water reservoir;direct beneficiaries;natural forest;cultural property;transportation work;buffer zone;irrigation works;primary forest;Borrowing Countries;environmental specialist;community sub-grants;national coordinator;transparent information;investment program;marketing facility;municipal authority;water user;field visits;civil society;eligible investment;poor community;social actor;productive asset;safeguard issue;archaeological areas;drainage work;flood protection;public action;rural population;managerial tool;train activity;municipal budget;smaller number;project financing;investment planning;managerial capacity;private actor;pedestrian bridge;territorial development;administrative function;project datum;institution building;investment loan;indigenous population;rural investment;net migration;rural community;productive potential;financial requirement;rural dweller;construction plans;commercial zone;investment tranche;remedial action;indigenous community;environmental mitigation;municipal association;municipal road;indigenous communities;investment financing;operational requirement;indirect beneficiary;horizontal exchange;maintenance expenditure;productive sector;sustainable management;print media;accounting software;transportation planning;municipal management;informed participation;safeguard specialist;operational issues;intergovernmental relation;subproject evaluation;mitigation measure;investment contract;fiduciary standard;selection procedures;local situation;multiple provider;Agricultural Innovation;international waterway;study including;irreversible impacts;Market Studies;market study;government authority;municipal capacity;spot improvement;small reservoir;irrigation canal;surface water;local presence;organizational structure;legal personality;operational procedure;transfer resource;socioeconomic benefits;subproject supervision;government investment;legal framework;entire portfolio;social group;community enterprises;skill development;operational plan;forestry sector;payment procedure;fiduciary arrangement;physical characteristic;safeguard analysis;operational oversight;regional planning;management mechanism;investment capacity;environmental regulation;marketing strategies;related contract;government procedure;prior review;information center;volume road;regulatory institution;agricultural land;site visits;subproject implementation;preservation work;investment finance;counterpart contribution;formal course;resettlement plan;counterpart funding;agreed schedule;project finance;commercial harvest;financial transfer;certification system;amount due;public place;Consulting services;informal training;contract management;technological innovation;subproject cycle;local ngo;

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Citation

Bolivia - Second Participatory Rural Investment Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/717021468006308877/Bolivia-Second-Participatory-Rural-Investment-Project