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Mali - Reconstruction and Economic Recovery Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Reconstruction and Economic Recovering Project for the Republic of Mali is to rehabilitate basic infrastructure and restore productive activities of communities impacted by the 2012 economic crisis in the country. Mali has also been affected by multiple political and security crises from the beginning of 2012, that also caused setbacks in terms of social and economic infrastructure. This project consists of the following components: 1) rehabilitation of local public infrastructure, which aims to rehabilitate local public infrastructure to allow for the resumption of services and economic activity in the areas affected by the crisis; 2) support to productive investments, which provides support for productive investments in the north to redress the impacts of the crisis on communities and households, and consists of two sub-components: i) immediate restoration of household productive assets, and ii) collective productive activities; 3) community engagement and local governance, which aims to strengthen the engagement of communities and Participating Local Governments (PLGs) in the planning, prioritization and oversight of local development activities, and to put in place elements of local governance; 4) project management, monitoring and evaluation, that will support project management, including coordination of activities, communication, procurement, financial management and safeguard functions, as well as monitoring and evaluation; and 5) contingent emergency response, to be available should the need arise to redirect project resources freed up by a future restructuring of the project or other Bank projects in the Mali portfolio.


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    Mali - Reconstruction and Economic Recovery Project

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