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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project : additional financing (Inglês)

The objective of the Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is to measurably reduce vulnerability to natural hazards and climate change impacts in SVG and in the Eastern Caribbean sub-region. The Additional Financing or AF will scale up project activities and cover a cost overrun in the SVG Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (RDVRP). Specifically, the AF will: (i) support emergency recovery and construction activities; (ii) enhance development impact; (iii) increase the number of beneficiaries, including women; (iv) meet an unanticipated financing gap in component one- prevention and adaptation investments and component two - regional platforms for hazard and risk evaluation, and applications for improved decision making; (v) replenish component three, natural disaster response component; and (vi) allocate additional funds to component four, project management and implementation support.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2014/04/16

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    PAD770

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    OECS Countries,

    São Vicente e Granadinas,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2014/05/07

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Disclosure Type

    Simultaneous Disclosure

  • Nome do documento

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project : additional financing

  • Palavras-chave

    Pilot Program for Climate Resilience;Damage and Loss Assessment;Selection Based on Consultant Qualifications;Quality and Cost Based Selection;adverse impacts of climate change;Environment and Natural Resources;economic and financial analysis;effect of climate change;physical cultural resources;internal quality control mechanism;operational risk assessment;agriculture, fishing, and forestry;early stages of implementation;disaster risk management;climate change impact;acquisition of good;natural hazard;emergency response activity;community disaster preparedness;risk management principle;civil works;core sector indicator;coastal defense infrastructure;information-sharing mechanism;living in poverty;Disaster Risk Mitigation;environmental management practices;net present value;scope of service;geographic information system;Water Resource Management;risk reduction investments;disaster risk financing;number of beneficiaries;sea level rise;national development planning;source of financing;increase in inflation;climate change risk;Financial Management System;economies of scale;capacity building program;income generating activity;water and sewage;sanitation and flood;natural disaster;Advisory services;results framework;Climate Risk;mitigation measure;public building;institutional strengthening;procurement procedure;monitoring indicator;targeted training;transportation infrastructure;daily users;transportation cost;inspection procedure;agricultural production;small farmer;Public Infrastructure;Flood Mitigation;vulnerability reduction;environmental safeguard;risk evaluation;geographical area;adaptation investment;flood protection;competitive bidding;concessional loan;investment component;vulnerable communities;national capacity;reconstruction activities;heavy rain;bridge rehabilitation;coastal defenses;resilient recovery;river training;primary income;government institution;poor community;analytical capacity;national ownership;inadequate capacity;construction phase;physical inspection;emergency shelter;risk model;intermediate indicator;data management;water availability;government coordination;vulnerable group;government staff;long-term impact;built infrastructure;human capital;flood event;flash flood;screening procedure;learning process;poverty headcount;environmental condition;natural risks;management procedure;low-income family;consultancy service;personal consumption;local sale;farmer market;regional collaboration;consultation workshop;regional capacity;coastal protection;vulnerable family;drainage channel;buffer zone;road condition;poor farming;fiscal stability;environmental data;Cash flow;tertiary road;world economic;external assistance;government ownership;procurement capacity;transactions cost;enforcement procedure;safeguard policy;climate impact;Safeguard Policies;rehabilitation activities;average household;Macroeconomic Vulnerability;data availability;discount rate;recovery activity;emergency support;transportation routes;cost-benefit analysis;airport safety;physical damage;local economy;Public Services;fixed budget;public use;fiscal vulnerability;funding vehicle;legal obligation;environmental supervision;Toll Road;fiscal impact;emergency management;excess rainfall;intense rainfall;central planning;financing source;exogenous shock;emergency communication;standard bidding;procurement threshold;hurricane season;exchange rate;gross debt;electricity service;emergency procedure;short term consultant;national poverty;limited capacity;Exchange Rates;interagency coordination;physical planning;inflation experience;project execution;tourism resort;storm surge;recovery effort;severe flood;project operation;project costing;urban development;drainage water;human settlement;

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