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Brazil - Second Minas Gerais Rural Development Project (Inglês)

The objectives of the Second Minas Gerais Rural Development Project are to increase the production and productivity of 30,000 small farms and 1,100 non-farm enterprises, to increase rural employment opportunities and to improve social and physical infrastructure for the poorest rural areas of the State of Minas Gerais. Related objectives are to increase local participation in project activities and to improve institutional capability in project execution, monitoring and evaluation. The project provides for increased rural investment credit, the strengthening of agricultural services, technical assistance for small non-farm enterprises, improved physical infrastructure and social services, and the institutional development of participating agencies and project management.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1980/05/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P2832

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Brasil,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Brazil - Second Minas Gerais Rural Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    water supply and sanitation facility;water supply and sewerage;Agricultural Research and Extension;public water supply system;annual per capita income;access to international capital;operation and maintenance cost;per capita income level;dependence on petroleum import;project monitoring and evaluation;current account deficit;small farmer;international interest rate;integrated rural development;balance of payment;terms of trade;economically active population;rural development efforts;Effective interest rate;rate of inflation;sites and services;efficient resource allocation;public sector expenditure;acceleration of inflation;agricultural support service;decline in agriculture;service and infrastructure;natural resource base;public sector investment;agricultural growth rate;security of tenure;agricultural credit institution;agricultural extension service;total external debt;international financial market;elimination of subsidy;social security program;cost of fuel;annual work plans;external public debt;direct foreign investment;industrial pollution control;suburban rail transport;investment in exploration;foreign oil company;state oil company;external capital requirement;total debt service;alcohol for gasoline;gdp growth rate;per capita expenditure;cash transfer program;health care system;community development component;Urban Water Supply;lack of participation;public enterprise investment;domestic energy source;exchange rate adjustment;debt service ratio;commercial bank financing;public sector deficit;private financial institution;unit of value;crop and livestock;international financial community;interest rate subsidy;south american trypanosomiasis;international reserve position;cost of administer;technology and markets;amount of credit;school age child;agricultural extension staff;electric power sector;manufactured export;agricultural production;petroleum price;Rural Credit;import substitution;input supply;project execution;physical infrastructure;living condition;marketing research;urban agricultural policy;marketing activity;urban population;institutional credit;municipal road;monetary correction;subsidized credit;agricultural sector;industrial sector;merchandise import;land title;investment credit;trunk line;domestic inflation;average cost;living standard;foreign exchange;large farm;import restraint;investment fund;storage facility;interagency cooperation;Economic Management;demand management;trade balance;aggregate demand;external resource;agricultural output;rural population;local participation;domestic production;agricultural input;farm management;Rural Poor;low-income group;nutrition research;large farmer;rural area;agricultural potential;cultivated land;employment creation;field workers;urban poor;adjustment process;relative poverty;charcoal production;research result;land survey;Exchange Rates;legal procedure;nominal fee;credit term;amortization payment;sales activity;promotional campaign;farm level;agricultural activity;treasury bond;lending strategy;Fixed Assets;cumulative index;agricultural service;annual sale;outstanding debt;flat rate;Technical Training;long-term credit;seedling production;monitoring activity;River basin;pasture improvement;community center;rural investment;integrated marketing;Vocational Training;livestock purchase;demonstration plots;improved communication;farm family;short-term credit;annual crop;rural electric;inflation rate;subject specialist;marketing effort;ample opportunity;primary product;long-term borrowing;on-farm storage;export subsidy;export expansion;marketing extension;external assistance;poverty alleviation;market problem;state resources;external events;trade surplus;world economy;investment program;construction plans;credit limit;disbursement condition;credit channels;export subsidies;house connection;metering equipment;community level;Agricultural Investment;net debt;rural employment;private lender;distribution line;meter installation;credit line;investment policy;sugar cane

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