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Mali - Energy Support Project (Inglês)

Ratings of the Energy Support Project for Mali were as follows: outcome was moderately satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was substantial. Lessons learned included: the success of this project arose from allocating the bulk of the project resources to reinforcing the transmission and distribution networks (90 percent of resources). The remainder of the resources was devoted to light activities supporting efficiency, capacity building, and institutional strengthening. The PDO was defined in a way that stressed project impact on electricity access and efficiency. On the ground, the World Bank team gave priority to building the electricity infrastructure, which in fact was the source of most efficiency gains. Different and lower results may have been obtained if the project had been expanded to include activities to reform the power utility or to expand rural electrification. The World Bank can generate results in fragile environments, if it can move more quickly toward a systematic approach to projects in fragile countries with a set of dedicated procedures and guidance. The 2012 security crisis in Mali was overwhelming, and the context could have suggested that the World Bank close business until security is fully restored. The new World Bank arrangements that allow to operate in fragile environments are effective if they are timely and rapidly implemented. The preparation of an ISN based on a sustained dialogue with the key stakeholders in Mali and in the donor community, the overhaul of the country’s portfolio, and the restructuring of the project are all aspects that contributed to the success of this project. Past experiences from operations completed in Mali and elsewhere should be fully captured to ensure that new procedures tailored to FVC context are adopted and become effective.


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    Mali - Energy Support Project

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    Environment and Social Management Framework; Services and Housing for the Poor; water and electricity; electricity transmission and distribution network; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition; Urban and Rural Development; Economic Internal Rate of Return; cost of energy saving; efficiency of electricity; small and medium enterprise; Environmental and Social Safeguard; demand for electricity service; access to energy service; cost generation; compact fluorescent lamp; theory of change; power line; energy sector institutions; digital control system; availability of electricity; gross domestic product; energy metering system; social discount rate; energy efficiency investment; soukeyna kane; peak demand saving; energy access; project costing; energy sector strategy; number of connections; european investment bank; kv transmission line; millennium development goal; energy sector policy; availability of resource; transit system efficiency; lack of investment; public awareness program; energy efficient product; expansion of access; energy efficiency strategy; electricity transmission line; residential lighting program; conflict and violence; number of beneficiaries; construction and equipment; capacity of transformation; supply and installation; optical fiber cable; Access to Electricity; light emitting diodes; achievement of outcome; Exchange Rates; net present value; cost of buildings; Enterprise Resource Planning; electricity sector; distribution loss; power utility; power utilities; peak load; electric line; outcome indicator; street light; transmission system; medium voltage; operational efficiency; electricity network; prepayment meter; long-term outcome; economic recovery; institutional strengthening; productive sector; electricity investment; partnership framework; performance result; shared growth; political crisis; loss reduction; connected household; electricity connection; demand-side management; electricity access; electricity infrastructure; distribution line; battery life; efficiency factor; electricity interconnection; public dissemination; water sector; adequate supply; household access; political upheaval; restructuring process; electric meter; credit closing; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; Public Facilities; high pressure; power station; peripheral area; electricity distribution; electricity capacity; financial viability; interconnected grid; positive impact; procurement operation; financial efficiency; solar product; operational use; transmission capacity; system availability; fire risk; private power; electrical system; infrastructure rehabilitation; electricity system; distribution capacity; secure transmission; telecommunication system; voltage regulation; efficient equipment; electricity security; power cable; energy transformation; circuit breaker; political change; intermediate position; project impact; rural area; political conflict; peacekeeping operation; institutional weakness; insurance companies; work necessary; transit network; investment planning; efficient management; extension period; transmission network; investment program; political stability; regional city; price level; targeted outcomes; internal capacity; construction work; political environment; energy utility; procurement delay; political context; administrative cost; security concern; total co2; commercial performance; electricity meters; protection program; social program; distribution center; regional interconnection; regional power; strategic development; tariff adjustment; Hydroelectric Power; hydroelectric plant; thermal capacity



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