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Mali - Natural Resource Management Project (Inglês)

The project is the first five-year timeslice of a long-term national program to provide the necessary support to village communities to enable them to establish, implement, and monitor village management plans covering the natural resources in their communities. The main components of the project are: (a) village-level investments to stop degradation of soil, water, and natural vegetation and to establish infrastructure, and productive facilities with immediate, direct impact on the communities' quality life, in about 150 villages within three of Mali's eight administrative regions; (b) modification of the boundaries of the Baoule National Park and implementation of long-term management plans; (c) support to the Government services at regional and local levels to assist villagers to set up, implement, and monitor community natural resource management plans; (d) support to the newly created Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Department within the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment, in establishing an environmental information system; (e) implementation of a training and public awareness program; and (f) technical assistance, consultant services, applied research and technical studies.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1992/05/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P5755

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mali,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2012/07/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Mali - Natural Resource Management Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Natural Resource Management;Small and Medium Scale Enterprise;small and medium-scale enterprise;leading cause of death for women;public works and employment;economic and sector work;access to health service;fixed exchange rate regime;per capita income growth;Mining Sector Capacity Building;Public Information and Awareness;Information, Education and Communication;Technical and Vocational Education;Private Sector Growth;public resource management;agricultural sector;balance of payment;social sector spending;education and health;public investment program;rapid population growth;basic health care;incentive for farmer;public enterprise sector;institutional capacity building;public investment budgeting;alleviation of poverty;human resource development;private sector activity;Civil Service Reform;petroleum product price;promotion of woman;women in development;value added tax;disparity in income;Diversification of Production;early retirement program;public investment expenditure;growth in agriculture;improvement in productivity;sparsely populated areas;protection of woman;decentralization of government;decentralization in government;tight fiscal policy;regional integration effort;private sector employment;national environmental action;primary school enrollment;combination of factor;competitiveness of export;law and regulation;strategy for women;informal sector activity;mining capacity building;adult literacy rate;land tenure legislation;institutional development strategy;foreign private investment;natural population growth;child bearing age;delay in procurement;poor financial management;harmonizing business law;large public enterprise;contribution of women;constraints to growth;natural resource degradation;average school enrollment;poor maternal health;agriculture and livestock;transport service provision;debt service ratio;agriculture and industry;chamber of commerce;decentralization in health;central government service;park management plan;local government authority;land and water;household energy strategy;municipal service provision;public works program;regional economic integration;direct service provision;agricultural sector adjustment;long-term economic growth;prospective mining area;availability of data;agricultural extension service;land use system;natural resource base;primary education sector;environmental information system;voluntary departure program;structural adjustment program;dependence on agriculture;household budget survey;standard of living;data on income;gross domestic investment;degradation of water;total public debt;integrate natural resource;collaboration in research;implementation of reform;access to contraceptive;Public Expenditure Management;agricultural production;poverty alleviation;reform measure;Population Policy;investment operation;Wage Bill;institutional framework;social indicator;resource constraint;institutional strengthening;vulnerable group;environmental strategy;private enterprise;school year;class repetition;Economic Management;adjustment operation;Macroeconomic Management;industrial sector;macroeconomic framework;fiscal deficit;village communities;sustainable use;basic infrastructure;international competitiveness;economic reform;life expectancy;cotton sector;resource mobilization;lending strategy;labor-intensive technology;private irrigation;civil society;information dissemination;future education;adjustment measure;agricultural service;work force;donor assistance;environmental problem;agricultural growth;long-term growth;research service;commercial court;adjustment lending;diagnostic study;commercial code;housing finance;sectoral investment;labor code;action programs;agricultural productivity;policy reversal;judicial framework;essential needs;soil degradation;Capital Inflows;capital subscription;financial structure;investment programming;desertification control;forestry sector;debt relief;gold production;Shareholders' Advance;institutional dimension;trade restriction;industrial growth

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