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IP/SSAHUTLC Planning Framework Digital Tanzania Project (P160766) (English)

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  • Author

    Borrowing Agency

  • Document Date

    2021/08/25

  • Document Type

    Environmental and Social Management Framework

  • Volume No

    1

  • Country

    Tanzania,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/08/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    IP/SSAHUTLC Planning Framework Digital Tanzania Project (P160766)

  • Keywords

    vulnerable group; local government authority; Environmental and Social Safeguard; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; preparation of bidding documents; small and medium size enterprise; quality of service delivery; community health and safety; Faith-Based Organization; central business district; monitoring and evaluation mechanism; monitoring and evaluation plan; local civil society organizations; grievance redress mechanism; criteria for selection; million people; Finance for Development; supply of good; international good practice; barriers to service; private sector support; supervision and guidance; cost recovery mechanism; national land policy; gender based violence; solar power technology; process of integration; human resource capacity; Business Process Improvement; remote sensing data; communication service provider; provision of service; development of communication; share of resource; government service delivery; agriculture and livestock; dispute settlement mechanism; private sector company; lack of participation; council of science; vocational training institution; participation in planning; finance management; job training program; implementation of mitigation; finance and planning; private sector client; public service delivery; capacity building need; resource use pattern; conflict resolution mechanism; Inclusion and Diversity; Grievance Redress Service; inclusion of women; category of services; participation of citizens; time and resource; national climate change; national environmental policy; cultural heritage policy; development of e-commerce; fiber optic cable; stakeholder engagement; digital economy; digital service; rural area; national policy; Public Services; internet service; mitigation measure; Natural Resources; digital skills; human rights; government institution; stakeholder consultation; baseline information; indigenous people; digital technology; civil works; rural population; subsidy auction; Social Assessment; project execution; community support; competitive bidding; digital divide; Indigenous Peoples; flow chart; national legislation; data storage; non-governmental organization; government data; national ict; capital expenditure; communications infrastructure; broadband service; rural connectivity; digital development; white space; ancestral territory; ict regulatory; ict infrastructure; socio-economic development; mobile network; best practice; Sector Competitiveness; social framework; financial intermediaries; physical location; network coverage; manage impacts; private network; construction work; direct investment; monitoring arrangement; regional hospital; baseline data; dark fiber; consultation process; internet capacity; participatory planning; literature review; process use; telecom operator; digital connectivity; district hospital; internet bandwidth; assessment process; International Phone Call; government network; social screening; submarine cable; spatial development; vulnerable communities; telephone call; competitive tender; collaborative effort; long-term viability; digital infrastructure; Job Creation; market competitiveness; human capacity; government effort; gender consideration; communication services; rural telecommunication; broadband penetration; postcode system; strategic areas; digital map; professional development; soft skills; young woman; youth employment; higher learning; local innovation; cost-recovery mechanism; number plates; fab labs; educational institution; business benefit; e-commerce service; private investment; ICT Industry; historical process; quality education; learned society; enabling legislation; development partner; external financing; other sectors; small population; marginalized group; e-business growth; minority communities; e-commerce platform; regulatory environment; cultural right; legal framework; early identification; broadband connectivity; traditional leaders; statistical data; emerging technology; digital id; digital mapping; ict indicator

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IP/SSAHUTLC Planning Framework Digital Tanzania Project (P160766) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/907281629891293145/IP-SSAHUTLC-Planning-Framework-Digital-Tanzania-Project-P160766