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Sudan - Juba Rapid Impact Emergency Project : restructuring (English)

The development objective of the Juba Rapid Impact Emergency Project is to restore livelihoods resulting from the long term civil unrest; restore basic services to the affected population; jump start the recovery process in Southern Sudan through the emergency provision of goods and services to improve government functionality. This is a level one restructuring which includes the revision of the project development objective (PDO), and the results framework; and extension of the closing date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012. The extension is necessary to make up for the initial loss of time while waiting to obtain proof from Southern Sudan Anti - Corruption Commission (SSACC) of documentation for its allocated land. Further, recruitment of a firm for design, tendering and construction supervising was delayed. The project extension is to facilitate completion of one component of the project (component F) at a cost of US$7.5 million. This will be the third extension of the project, and the cumulative extension for this project will be 51 months.




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Sudan - Juba Rapid Impact Emergency Project : restructuring (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.