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Kenya - Third Forestry Project (Inglês)

The project would improve the Forest Department's operations through more efficient planting activities and better cost recovery. It would support new plantings of 6400 ha per annum, maintenance of about 160,000 ha of existing plantations and expansion of rural afforestation activities, particularly nurseries. The project would also support the improvement of forest roads, the construction of forest stations, the replacement, operation and maintenance of vehicles and the provision of specialist staff. The project would increase wood production and reduce pressure on Kenya's fast depleting indigenous forests. It would also lead to public savings in national afforestation programs and prevent disruption of water flow and soils in densely populated areas.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1982/02/28

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P3205

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Quênia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Kenya - Third Forestry Project

  • Palavras-chave

    land use policy;economic and sector work;high levels of protection;balance on current account;rate of population growth;real per capita income;promotion of family planning;Environment and Natural Resources;paper and paper products;alternative sources of energy;development strategy and policy;balance of payment;structural adjustment program;current account deficit;Foreign Exchange Reserve;total debt service;establishment and maintenance;debt service ratio;asset and liability;agriculture and industry;water supply facilities;rapid population growth;income earning opportunities;local competitive bidding;construction of building;bank supervision missions;debt service payment;means of transfer;civil servant status;Construction Building;government's development strategy;terms of trade;development of forestry;interest rate policy;forestry extension service;procurement and disbursement;demand for wood;agriculture and livestock;Accounts and Audit;contract good;external debt management;rate of growth;land use intensification;gnp per capita;refined petroleum product;high fertility rate;decline in mortality;rapid growth rate;absolute poverty line;annual work plans;long-term economic growth;adverse weather conditions;integrated rural development;portion of total;urban labor force;total labor force;access to land;gdp growth rate;diversification of export;concentration of land;land use planning;decline in fertility;land use analysis;debt service obligation;pattern of development;land area;forest station;afforestation activities;indigenous forest;agricultural sector;local expenditure;forest road;industrial sector;external borrowing;project costing;semi-arid area;aerial survey;foreign expenditure;natural forest;woodworking industry;paper mill;credit line;financial control;budgetary constraint;large farm;government participation;water-supply system;petroleum price;coffee price;plantation management;civil works;short term consultant;agricultural growth;international travel;export volume;financial situation;pricing policy;external aid;international term;survival rate;public saving;water flow;timber price;production cost;external assistance;illegal settlement;positive growth;independent nation;investment program;sectoral performance;climatic condition;agricultural output;domestic input;Land tenure;raw material;manufacturing sector;water supplies;simple task;condition precedent;replacement cost;marketing survey;livestock grazing;plant program;regular staff;labor absorption;food import;poverty alleviation;rural labor;import substitution;Industrial Policy;Industrial Policies;small farmer;marketing system;wage sector;smallholder production;export market;manufacturing production;multinational company;multinational companies;fuelwood supply;import price;budgetary pressure;urban unemployment;wood price;operational constraints;staff recruitment;investment period;research grant;tree species;annual production;field operations;mission travel;forestry sector;management responsibility;management problems;existing resources;management structure;timber product;price contingency;forestry subsector;government's strategy;management performance;tree seedlings;forest extension;direct supervision;wage increase;maize production;standard practice;paper production;pulp mill;budgetary allocation;administrative adjustment;competitive position;swiss franc;local market;forest product;government support;farm land;track improvement;environmental significance;managerial performance;population pressure;forest land;domestic demand;agricultural income;small cities;domestic production;government promotion;principal source;financial problem;industrial efficiency;environmental degradation;annual rainfall;arable land;rural area;living standard;government expenditure;fundamental problem;resource availability;short maturity;shifting cultivation;forest reserve;commercial bank;tourism promotion;local financing;water conservation;charcoal production;inappropriate policy;high rainfall

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