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Nigeria - HIV/AIDS Programme Development Project (Additional Financing Credit) (English)

This Project Paper seeks the approval of the Executive Directors to provide additional financing to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, HIV/AIDS Programme Development Project and to introduce changes in the project and accompanying amendments to the project's legal documents. The proposed additional financing will help finance the costs associated with the scaling up of the project from 14 to 35 states (the scaling up occurred in 2005 in conjunction with the mid-term project restructuring). No changes to the general design, and implementation modalities are sought. The project development objective will be modified to take into account recommendations made under the umbrella restructuring of projects under the multi-country HIV/AIDS program for Africa. Key performance indicators will be modified to reflect the increased geographic scope of the project and align it with Bank wide good practice related to HIV/AIDS monitoring frameworks. A follow-on project is being planned, but will take longer than anticipated to prepare in order to ensure effective integration with other donor funding and the incorporation of the results of a recently completed assessment of the on-going project.

Details

  • Document Date

    2007/05/02

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    39409

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Nigeria,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2007/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nigeria - HIV/AIDS Programme Development Project (Additional Financing Credit)

  • Keywords

    Quality and Cost Based Selection;original development credit agreement;National Monitoring and Evaluation System;economic reform and governance;Financial Management and Accounting;medical waste management;financial management arrangement;national strategic framework;behavior change communication;Faith-Based Organization;quality and efficiency;exchange rate;annual operational plan;civil society action;access to training;Exchange Rates;access to prevention;public procurement practice;financial management training;Financing for HIV;short term consultant;federal level;care service;baseline survey;external partner;procurement capacity;selection method;civil works;pregnant woman;state aid;sexual partner;procurement management;direct contracting;non-governmental organization;credit allocation;thematic area;workplace policy;sentinel surveillance;Safeguard Policies;chronically ill;sexual intercourse;young people;procurement activities;amendment letter;vulnerable child;external support;donor funding;young adult;Effective Date;test result;sexual transmission;hiv transmission;amount due;geographic scope;disbursement arrangement;procurement method;initial credit;political commitment;political tension;legal statutes;political situation;Financing plans;procurement procedure;global aids;public expenditure;large population;procurement process;local skills;community level;institutional architecture;political environment;project risk;political risk;political uncertainty;general elections;environmental health;financing cost;project financing;selection criterion;capacity constraint;procurement arrangement;environmental safeguard;fund activity;institutional infrastructure;social aspect;strategic issue;issue note;idf grant;financial commitment;insufficient fund;improving performance;procurement reform;credit term;evaluation framework;project costing;safeguard policy;cost method;CSO mapping;situation analysis;

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Nigeria - HIV/AIDS Programme Development Project (Additional Financing Credit) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/891771468292474819/Nigeria-HIV-AIDS-Programme-Development-Project-Additional-Financing-Credit