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Brazil - Recife Urban Development and Social Inclusion Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Brazil Recife Urban Development and Social Inclusion Project is to support the upgrading of slums in the Capibaribe River Basin and promote the integrated and sustainable development of the region. The project includes the following components: institutional development, to include (i) fiscal management and adjustment; (ii) environmental and urban management; and (iii) scaling-up capacity. The second component is for the integrated urban territorial development, this will include investments that are aimed at improving the quality of urban spaces along the margins of the river through the development of new or the rehabilitation of existing, infrastructure with the aim of improving the quality of life of the area's poor population. Finally, the third component is for environmental, social, and economic development of the territory. This component will focus on activities designed to provide incentives for the participatory social and economic development of these communities and at the same time raise awareness of the natural environment of the region and the behaviors that are conducive to its protection. To that end, this component will include two sub-components: (i) job and income generation assistance; and (ii) environmental and hygiene education.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2007/11/20

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    35063

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Brasil,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2008/02/26

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Brazil - Recife Urban Development and Social Inclusion Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Urbanization and Legalization Commission;executive directors for board consideration;water supply and sanitation;social and economic development;regional and local development;quality of life improvement;Governance of Public Sector;quality of public spending;monitoring and evaluation capacity;rural to urban migration;finance and planning;local counterpart;urban upgrade;environmental management capacity;access to land;program of support;informal settlement;segments of society;crime and violence;public sector revenue;land and housing;Sustainable Economic Development;national policy priority;Local Economic Development;land tenure regularization;Solid Waste Management;level of capacity;hygiene education program;basic urban service;impact on health;primary school education;Poverty and Equity;provision of service;constraints to growth;program of fiscal;urban management capacity;exchange rate;social and environmental;civil society participation;Exchange Rates;urban environmental problem;readiness for implementation;education and health;direct technical assistance;land development process;scarce public fund;impact of intervention;urban poor household;exchange of good;Water Resource Management;basic service provision;support municipal;barriers to employment;high risk area;safeguard screening category;reduction of barriers;urban informal settlements;institutional capacity development;Public Sector Governance;national policy objective;urban land development;urban development work;fiscal management;fiscal adjustment;poor community;living condition;municipal government;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;environmental agency;land management;informal housing;regulatory environment;federal level;slum upgrading;stakeholder participation;community participation;natural environment;holistic approach;municipal management;Public Infrastructure;own-source revenue;minimum wage;special treatment;results framework;fiscal situation;primary focus;poverty alleviation;strategic development;municipal operation;management responsibility;historic center;squatter settlement;municipal agencies;social inclusion;Tax Administration;integrated development;partnership arrangement;vacant land;municipal program;water flow;human settlement;low-income community;urban support;federal government;low-income settlement;income generation;Fiscal Sustainability;raise awareness;agglomeration economy;urban space;Public Transport;Urban Planning;essential services;low-income population;metropolitan region;Traffic Accident;environmental consciousness;Fiscal policies;fiscal policy;important policy;housing flow;market size;decentralization policy;environmental safeguard;highway corridor;social capital;natural cause;credit condition;ceteris paribus;survey questions;fiscal analysis;public-private partnership;management service;beneficiary family;resettlement process;slum clearance;project costing;fragile areas;infrastructure delivery;research institute;present indicator;socio-economic development;works procurement;program coordination;River basin;fiscal responsibility;management tool;beneficiary assessment;Urban Renewal;slum area;reducing barriers;urban operation;administrative barrier;reducing transaction;federal authority;municipal authority;alternative scenarios;working day;management framework;evaluation framework;administrative mechanisms;municipal fund;household survey;environmental agenda;government housing;basic infrastructure;spatial development;baseline indicator;water quality;urban perspective;marginalized communities;target social;institutional framework;low-income resident;Business Incubator;municipal capacity;primary beneficiaries;water sector;boat trip;urban growth;project impact;community consultation;public expenditure;geographic area;poverty focus;stakeholder workshop;urban transport;brazilian family;reform effort;urban municipality;street cleaning;environmental vulnerability;financing mechanism;asset accumulation;environmental development;level of support

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