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Brazil - Federal Integrated Water Sector-Interaguas Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/10/01

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB5719

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Brazil,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/10/19

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Brazil - Federal Integrated Water Sector-Interaguas Project

  • Keywords

    intergovernmental panel on climate change;water supply and sanitation system;Social and Environmental Management System;water sector;management of water resource;project design and implementation;flood and drought risk;terms of poverty reduction;social and economic development;Land and Water Resources;impact of climate change;allocation of loan proceeds;Environmental and Social Safeguard;protection of cultural property;per capita energy consumption;access to water supply;access to potable water;integrated urban water management;groundwater use and protection;water quality and quantity;water pollution control policy;access to sewerage;disaster risk management;Water Resource Management;River basin;conservation of water;improved water supply;hydroelectric power generation;river basin committee;implementation of law;transfer of knowledge;access to land;millennium development goal;allocation of water;Administration and Operation;water infrastructure investment;degradation of water;amount of water;scarcity of water;cost of water;large metropolitan areas;water resource system;efficient water use;water sector investment;public sector decision-making;safety of dam;water sector reform;law and regulation;conservation of biodiversity;river basin plan;satellite remote sensing;assessment of water;water demand analysis;river basin planning;global environmental benefits;physical cultural property;efficiency of operations;flexibility and adaptability;high water demand;water conservation measures;river basin level;river basin management;collection of water;river basin agency;adverse social impact;pest management practice;institutional capacity building;natural disaster preparedness;level of capacity;natural resource protection;increase in temperature;future water sector;emergency response plan;national irrigation policy;service delivery models;national water supply;private sector financing;dams and reservoirs;land use management;public service concession;emergency response planning;continuity of service;human development index;water resource development;water allocation decision;public water supply;charges for water;water sector activity;reduction of poverty;source of energy;lack of incentive;role of water;water resource plan;construction of dam;involuntary resettlement;sustainable use;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;Social Assessment;future investment;sectoral plan;institutional strengthening;natural habitat;Indigenous Peoples;land acquisition;agribusiness sector;improved sanitation;water scarcity;water bodies;engineering design;federal government;management committee;Irrigated Agriculture;water right;economic instrument;Water Policy;public policy;contingency planning;storm water;water service;environmental concern;living standard;federal level;water loss;water charge;subnational levels;critical habitat;civil works;social analysis;inland waterway;institutional framework;urban upgrade;comparative advantage;Water Services;outcome indicator;flood event;weak enforcement;environmental license;policy formulation;sound management;unequal access;environmental sustainability;federal institution;public domain;borrower performance;policy program;irrigation model;financial sustainability;food supply;potential conflicts;brazilian constitution;beneficial impact;domestic wastewater;system dynamics;irrigation development;commercial orientation;legal reform;environmental practice;water flow;intense droughts;delivery efficiency;Public Infrastructure;groundwater resource;temperature increase;service coverage;government priority;negative effect;Urban Infrastructure;aquifer recharge;agriculture production;irrigable land;investment policy;institutional objectives;participatory method;local capacity;strategic issue;affected communities;global context;institutional performance;municipal water;Basic Sanitation;potential investment;participatory mechanism;government commitment;regional experience;reform process;national debate;bank involvement;development partner

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Brazil - Federal Integrated Water Sector-Interaguas Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/987661468020709104/Brazil-Federal-Integrated-Water-Sector-Interaguas-Project