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Tunisia - Fourth Northwest Mountainous Forested Areas Development Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas Development Project for Tunisia were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and Monitoring and evaluation quality performance was modest. Some lessons learned included: The Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas Development Project (PNO4) IPA has successfully confirmed that combining anti-erosion investments with investments in improving rural populations’ socioeconomic conditions is an effective way to leverage more attention from beneficiaries to natural resources management. Developing appropriate agri-finance resources and instruments, as well as addressing constraints for smallholder farmers to access microfinance, are at the core of the sustainability and replicability of projects such as PNO4. Participatory and community-driven projects have spearheaded initiatives which can contribute to the country’s on-going decentralization efforts.


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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Tunisia - Fourth Northwest Mountainous Forested Areas Development Project

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    access to high-quality basic service;Sustainable Land and Water Management;Urban and Rural Development;Management of Natural Resources;access to drinking water;sustainable natural resource management;access to potable water;Soil and Water Conservation;Operational Core Curriculum;Environmental and Social Safeguard;annual per capita income;Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry;access to basic service;vulnerable segments of society;crop and livestock;socioeconomic conditions;theory of change;basic social service;high poverty rate;natural resource preservation;provision of good;basic rural infrastructure;natural resource protection;rural population;watershed management approach;population with access;long-term economic growth;loss of forest;project impact evaluation;rural household income;natural resource degradation;Finance for Development;participatory forest management;employment in agriculture;Support for Agriculture;Access to Electricity;access to school;degradation of land;income due;natural resource base;agricultural production system;pastoral production system;natural resource conservation;climate change adaptation;access to water;improved water supply;rural road rehabilitation;Type of Investment;soil conservation technique;case of delay;exchange rate;Water and Energy;burden on woman;drilling of well;main road network;Water Resource Management;world health organization;health and hygiene;investments in infrastructure;Rule of Law;contract farming arrangement;increased agricultural productivity;collaboration with partners;income generating activity;preservation of biodiversity;Exchange Rates;informal development;economies of scale;lagging region;participatory approach;productivity increase;forested areas;output market;grassroots organization;rural area;arable land;vulnerable group;rural community;tree plantation;pasture restoration;housing condition;composite index;local development;water point;small-scale irrigation;small ruminant;



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