Skip to Main Navigation

Mauritania - Additional Financing for the Urban Development Project (English)

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Urban Development Project is to support Mauritania's central and local governments to: (i) improve access to basic services and infrastructure in targeted urban areas; and (ii) increase access to micro-finance and income-generating activities for slum population. The additional financing will finance costs associated with scaling up the development effectiveness and impact of component 1 (d) (provision of basic urban infrastructure in the main cities) of the project, described in the project appraisal document presented to the Board on October 25, 2001. The scaling up is comprised of construction of: (a) paved road (25.7 km), (b) unpaved roads (26 km), (c) water supply (8.3 km of network), and (d) transmission and distribution lines (18.5 km of network and 210 street lamps).

Details

  • Document Date

    2010/06/09

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    54543

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mauritania,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mauritania - Additional Financing for the Urban Development Project

  • Keywords

    policy and institution;monitoring responsibility;original development credit agreement;bidding document for work;people in urban area;access to basic service;international corruption perception index;saudi fund for development;Environmental and Social Impact;service and infrastructure;improved water source;public works agency;procurement capacity assessment;Financial Management System;water distribution network;import of goods;current account deficit;transmission and distribution;national water company;national electricity company;evidence of compliance;urban program;Exchange Rates;financial management information;Access to Electricity;maintenance of infrastructure;water and electricity;access to water;income generating activity;municipal support;fight against poverty;land tenure regularization;gross national income;economies of scale;suspension of disbursement;transfer of fund;quality of work;procurement post review;lack of demand;global economic crisis;urban poverty reduction;maintenance of water;capacity building funds;impact on poverty;local government policy;technical assistance policy;regional capital;Urban Infrastructure;living condition;residual risk;land title;intermediate level;urban development;public lighting;financial audits;financial crisis;reform process;fiscal situation;unpaved road;food price;potable water;road length;engineering study;health facility;access road;electricity network;financing source;risk identification;water price;human rights;political instability;counterpart fund;water consumption;development partner;Effective Date;budget support;reform effort;donor support;macroeconomic framework;urban sector;land management;slum population;fishing industry;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;total credit;foreign currency;slum upgrading;iron ore;international reserve;distribution line;labor-intensive construction;oil production;Natural Resources;household water;earth road;recurrent maintenance;street light;municipal contract;social safeguard;road program;social audit;affected population;Fiduciary procedure;household connection;target water;political crisis;slum dweller;macroeconomic condition;government administration;social crisis;primary road;social tension;unskilled worker;Safeguard Policies;secondary road;basic water;economic infrastructure;safeguard policy;Public Utilities;urban service;urban slum;framework agreement;Social Conflict;intermediate outcome;municipal revenue;Job Creation;decentralization process;municipal tax;employment condition;environmental safeguard;systemic corruption;housing loan;financing activities;reasonable assurance;class room;improved sanitation;primary classroom;decentralization policy;temporary employment;water pipe;project indicator;minimum requirement;direct beneficiaries;employment promotion;management fee;land acquisition;crop field;mitigation measure;Enterprise Development;funds transfer;cost analysis;arable land;complementary activities;constitutional rule;government financing;financial commitment;contract management;budget fund;investment finance;procurement arrangement;financial transfer;consultation workshop;parallel financing;institutional framework;basic infrastructure;septic tank;community facility;employment generation;construction technique;civil society;financing plan;public space;procurement method;procurement activities;urban population;Financing plans;Project Monitoring;procurement management;urban poor;grace period;essential services;procurement procedure;disbursement arrangement;good procurement;procurement cycle;procurement responsibility;annual budget;electricity sector;prior review;medium voltage;selection method;unemployment rate;

Downloads

COMPLETE REPORT

Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)

  • Official PDF
  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *The text version is uncorrected OCR text and is included solely to benefit users with slow connectivity.

Citation

Mauritania - Additional Financing for the Urban Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/751541468283145400/Mauritania-Additional-Financing-for-the-Urban-Development-Project