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Haiti - Employment Generation Project (English)

The Employment Generation Project will provide short term employment to people in extreme poverty in support of the Government's programs for poverty alleviation. By doing so, the project will continue to support for job creation efforts undertaken since 1993, and achieve other objectives including the improvement of seriously deteriorated economic and productive infrastructure. In addition, the project will strengthen the capacity of national and local government, nongovernmental organizations and local community organizations to manage employment-intensive small scale development projects in the future. The project will have an employment generation component as well as an institutional development component.

Details

  • Document Date

    1995/06/16

  • Document Type

    Staff Appraisal Report

  • Report Number

    14510

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Haiti,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Haiti - Employment Generation Project

  • Keywords

    economic policy reform program;Food for Work Program;program for poverty alleviation;urban solid waste disposal;Project Preparation and Appraisal;economic and social policy;real per capita income;community health;Irrigation and Drainage Canals;Irrigation and Drainage Rehabilitation;contract good;equipment and supply;income earning opportunities;local government authority;local government body;rural road rehabilitation;allocation of credit;essential health services;road maintenance program;international donor community;provision of service;distribution of food;public works program;public service reform;environmental assessment activity;Health and Population;commitment to poverty;separate bank account;unclear land tenure;land use practice;management and administration;local cost financing;source of income;area of governance;short term employment;Accounts and Audit;operations and maintenance;mutual help;quality and transparency;loss of revenue;labor intensive technology;decline in agriculture;per capita basis;export oriented industry;source income;lack of resource;construction and rehabilitation;standard of living;infant mortality rate;small private firms;transmission and distribution;tropical storm;rural road maintenance;urban waste management;formulation of strategies;social and environmental;urban waste water;project completion date;impact of poverty;procurement of work;long term development;severe environmental degradation;Social Safety Nets;human resource base;water and electricity;local community association;local community participation;domestic resource mobilization;procedures for procurement;labor and materials;access to water;primary health care;employment generation;direct contracting;rural area;hand tool;grassroots organization;local ngo;cash payment;small Works;prior review;poverty strategy;project costing;contract management;infrastructure rehabilitation;non-governmental organization;productive infrastructure;geographical coverage;targeting mechanism;employment creation;environmental rehabilitation;civil works;financing plan;Financing plans;Job Creation;free labor;procurement procedure;drainage work;poverty group;extreme poverty;democratic institution;political instability;pervasive poverty;disaster relief;donor finance;economic recovery;financial audits;price quotation;industrial expansion;procurement process;agricultural production;soil erosion;irrigation canal;selection criterion;Public Services;executive order;soil reclamation;environmental issue;economic crisis;military coup;routine maintenance;construction material;growth policy;participatory method;humanitarian aid;absorptive capacity;rapid appraisal;Armed Forces;Proposed Investment;rehabilitation activities;environmental evaluation;employment loss;local planning;agricultural sector;comparative advantage;financial resource;Rural Sector;direct beneficiaries;governance issue;environmental condition;economic infrastructure;equity reasons;government's objectives;infrastructure maintenance;privatization program;broad access;rehabilitation program;reform effort;environmental screening;broad consensus;donor pledge;parliamentary election;social condition;initial investment;technical standard;commercial procedure;economic depression;audit arrangement;urban poor;productive activity;watershed management;implementing organizations;watershed protection;management cost;living standard;real gdp;opportunity cost;social orientation;social utility;construction activities;social rehabilitation;efficiency reasons;ongoing work;basic infrastructure;good governance;trade union;foreign assistance;management expertise;productive asset;road infrastructure;Environmental Policy;rural population;religious group;international ngos;procurement expertise;Temporary Work;land productivity;infrastructure problem;private investment;donor assistance;poverty issue;Basic Education;vulnerable group;environmental problem;demographic pressure;environmental standard;social program;transition period

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Haiti - Employment Generation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/746721468770986948/Haiti-Employment-Generation-Project