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Gambia - Second Highway Maintenance Project (Inglês)

The project would continue the efforts of the Ministry of Works and Communications (MWC) in carrying out its four and a half year road maintenance program which is comprised of the following components: (a) rehabilitation of part of the paved network; (b) continuation and expansion of routine and periodic road maintenance programs; (c) strengthening of the organization and management of MWC to improve the efficiency of road and equipment maintenance; (d) introduction of sound transport planning procedures; and (e) assistance to domestic contractors to enable their more effective participation in road maintenance activities.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1986/03/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P4251

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Gâmbia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Gambia - Second Highway Maintenance Project

  • Palavras-chave

    flexible exchange rate system;annual road maintenance program;average per capita income;increase in interest rate;health care delivery system;road maintenance activity;balance of payment;producer price increase;foreign exchange shortage;small scale enterprise;water and electricity;terms of trade;efficiency of road;road maintenance expenditure;exchange rate reform;lines of responsibility;condition of effectiveness;Civil Service Reform;local training institution;primarily due;cost and performance;functional literacy program;economic feasibility study;heavy truck traffic;road maintenance management;length of road;national road network;family planning policy;internal audit procedure;transport sector investment;consumer food subsidy;demand management policy;civil service retrenchment;road user cost;commercial bank credit;electricity distribution system;water supply facilities;availability of seed;Women in Agriculture;cost recovery mechanism;Population and Health;service delivery system;current account deficit;large financial loss;Health and Population;public sector deficit;hides and skins;amount of fish;external debt service;vehicle operating cost;accumulation of arrears;general government expenditure;public sector wage;public sector employment;demand for import;official exchange rate;world oil price;expenditures on wages;population growth rate;food crop production;river transport;routine maintenance;gravel road;transport planning;agricultural sector;paved road;recurrent budgets;transport investment;debt rescheduling;equipment maintenance;capital good;institutional strengthening;fiscal deficit;domestic export;ferry boat;real gdp;domestic contractor;adjustment program;temporary worker;social infrastructure;economic integration;road section;annual traffic;government consumption;road investment;national network;investment program;local funds;arable land;effective participation;ferry service;agricultural production;rehabilitation program;road condition;earth road;cost accounting;Macroeconomic Policy;institutional weakness;efficient management;price incentive;external arrears;groundnut crop;government administration;groundnut production;marketing board;urban migration;health clinics;wage employment;external imbalance;Agricultural Extension;import consumption;compensatory financing;concessional aid;farm income;income decline;foreign grants;export trade;urban population;domestic imports;world price;management procedure;local contract;population pressure;domestic industry;budgetary situation;stable price;civil strife;grant aid;high tariff;massive increase;external assistance;severe drought;resource flow;annual investment;capital inflow;Capital Inflows;external payment;budget constraint;transport pattern;traffic delay;long-term investment;train operation;unskilled work;civil engineer;practical training;agriculture production;IS Building;public vehicle;professional engineer;road system;sealing operations;contract system;lengthman system;productive sector;mechanical engineer;financial accounting;local market;imported materials;road upgrade;resource mobilization;inventory control;approved budget;budget allocation;store management;equipment management;recovery program;release time;finance expenditures;external loan;scarce resource;long-term changes;traffic level;local supply;import tax;government procedure;National Treasury;public building;in-house training;river crossing;ferry capacity;capacity constraint;rice production;pest infestation;groundnut cultivation;macroeconomic adjustment;net credit;crop protection;distribution capacity;health hazard;Water Shortage;expanding population;fertilizer distribution;bulk good;credit scheme;export production;financial difficulties;core infrastructure;health situation;organizational restructuring;fertility rate;urban development;exchange control;gap filling;economic recovery;existing capacity;donor support;produce trade;current expenditure;Public Transport;urban enterprise;supply response;government wage

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