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Burundi - Second Social Action Project (Inglês)

The Second Social Action Project will benefit the most vulnerable poor groups, from improved social and economic services, and promote partial financing of priority investments, among a diversity of community groups working in unison. The project supports the objectives of the Country Assistance Strategy, in that it will provide employment among poor rural communities, infrastructure will be restored, and, social services delivery will be expanded. The main components will : 1) promote community investments, increasing community capacity to select, finance, and operate local investments. This will improve social stability, and mobilize communities towards common interests and choices. In addition, investments in infrastructure rehabilitation and construction, will help restore community services. Appropriate investments in health and nutrition, will target, specifically, young children and mothers, and will include early child development activities; and, 2) strengthen the statistical capacity for monitoring poverty reduction, and help build a social basis for peace at the local level.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1999/07/07

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    19484

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Burundi,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Burundi - Second Social Action Project

  • Palavras-chave

    project rationale;Environmental and Social Impact;Financial Management and Accounting;gross primary school enrollment;Information, Education and Communication;participatory rural appraisal technique;early child development;health and nutrition;education and health;Internally Displaced Person;communal development;local government official;rural water supply;exchange of information;capacity utilization rate;number of beneficiaries;risk of poverty;suspension of disbursement;poor rural community;readiness for implementation;access to infrastructure;condition of effectiveness;Early Childhood Development;resettlement of refugees;availability of fund;formal health system;Decentralization and Community;poverty alleviation effort;national development plan;standard and guideline;accepted accounting principles;assessment of need;crop and livestock;number of refugees;Exchange Rates;flow of service;cash crop sector;extent of poverty;infant mortality rate;import of goods;urban poverty incidence;case of malaria;early childhood program;incentives for teacher;quality of infrastructure;environmentally sound technology;labor intensive work;declining soil fertility;annual budget proposal;financial training program;delivery of service;ministries of finance;poverty reduction effort;child care center;negative environmental impact;return of refugee;community participation;Social Protection;peace process;participatory assessment;young child;wage income;vulnerable group;participatory approach;qualitative assessment;poor community;community mobilization;civil society;social infrastructure;rural economy;community investment;community group;peace education;counterpart fund;public market;household survey;agricultural production;financial reporting;financial control;Education Services;population movement;donor support;agricultural output;environmental analysis;social indicator;social stability;recurrent budgets;Bank Policies;routine maintenance;Environmental Assessment;skilled staff;borrower commitment;rural area;community capacity;non-governmental organization;project finance;primary beneficiaries;household expenditure;effectiveness condition;government strategy;project execution;local population;project costing;government contribution;special account;financial service;financial statement;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;alternative use;military coup;agricultural sector;increase poverty;habitat destruction;community priority;water contamination;traditional methods;construction activities;Population Displacement;economic infrastructure;appraisal mission;community reconstruction;reasonable assurance;health expenditure;vegetable gardening;nutrition education;infrastructure management;income generation;market place;investment priority;annex annex;small irrigation;local food;education expenditure;local technology;Investment priorities;forest plant;soil erosion;political parties;mitigation measure;loan condition;civil peace;national statistical;procurement documents;national survey;beneficiary contribution;local development;civil strife;local intermediaries;national poverty;poor child;government funding;financial auditor;local group;building material;household contribution;ethnic reconciliation;disbursement procedure;military expenditure;vulnerable population;public fund;investment credit;technical expertise;common benefit;government choice;social condition;government budget;infrastructure activities;local economy;primary schooling;household income;international ngos;human capital;community contribution;Health Service;national parliament;accounting practice;education infrastructure;government pay;immunization rate;live birth;political party;price stability;local investment;baseline information;organizational capacity;geographic area;statistical information;medical personnel;Endemic Disease;long-term planning;guarantee scheme;respiratory infection;private investment;infection rate;cost breakdown;armed groups;Commitment Fee;substantive evidence

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