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Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project (English)

Details

  • Document Date

    2002/10/31

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID11135

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Brazil,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project

  • Keywords

    delivery of infrastructure service;sustainable natural resource management;general public administration sector;financial management and control;environmental assessment and management;Environmental and Social Safeguard;efficiency of tax collection;average per capita income;improvement of road infrastructure;regional and local development;regional development plans;land use policy;municipal development plan;environmental management capacity;Access to Energy;Association of Municipalities;access road network;Natural Resources;rural development initiative;financial management capacity;degrees of participation;increase in income;participation of beneficiary;poverty reduction activity;improved living standard;Irrigation and Agriculture;land and water;Promoting Private Sector;rural transport improvement;segments of society;income of farmers;transport and energy;crime and violence;reduction of poverty;conservation of ecosystems;access to knowledge;rural road management;rural infrastructure sector;land use management;regional development planning;government's development strategy;public expenditure program;public infrastructure investment;high population density;capacity of community;cultivation of rice;abundant water resource;extreme poverty line;tropical rain forest;natural resource policy;regional development program;degradation of soil;access to health;rural electrification program;construction of bridges;rural transport service;rural community;sustainable use;Rural Poor;ecosystem protection;Public-Private Partnership;social capital;regional disparity;municipal road;community association;environmental conservation;regional councils;sustainable agriculture;government's strategy;fragile ecosystem;state road;strategic framework;highway network;civil society;sustainable production;evaluation framework;sectoral planning;physical activity;civil works;engineering service;environmental component;state programs;small area;ecosystem conservation;project's impact;public consultation;basic infrastructure;municipal staff;rural population;fruit production;project intervention;economic instrument;socioeconomic impact;cattle ranching;agricultural potential;paved road;federal highway;hydropower plant;private source;economic infrastructure;state budget;heavy investment;environmental license;state expenditure;geographical targeting;tropical forest;Project Monitoring;composite index;subsistence agriculture;land form;perennial crop;land conflicts;land reform;environmental objective;hydrological regime;gallery forest;soil erosion;infrastructure program;physical characteristic;federal budget;fiscal management;adequate provision;municipal agenda;impact indicator;data availability;data needs;participative planning;cost-effectiveness analysis;delivery mechanism;local capacity;rural economy;feedback mechanism;social inequity;sustainable operation;drainage improvement;field visits;composite indicator;spot improvement;aggregate cost;participatory planning;local contractor;school bus;participation process;road component;human rights;bank activity;young age;reducing inequality;job opportunities;job opportunity;debt situation;social justice;federal transfer;total debt;road link;effective participation;Wage Bill;tax revenue;broad participation;primary surplus;municipal management;municipal planning;bank's involvement;consultative process;community level;environmental sustainability;administrative decentralization;infrastructure management;social program;environmental capacity;tourism activities;monitoring activity;business environment;local priority;state resources;environmental strategy;rural area;tourism activity;state planning;commercial agriculture;dry season;monitoring process;cattle farming;investment climate;state administration;private investment;riparian forests;fiscal situation;soybean production;degraded areas;central regions;municipal council;natural conditions;meat production;adequate training;Public Services;safeguard policy;priority region

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Citation

Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/733321468769319029/Brazil-Tocantins-Sustainable-Regional-Development-Project