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India - Madhya Pradesh Urban Development Project (Inglês)

The purpose of the project is to improve urban services, including area development, slum upgrading, and sanitation, in up to ten cities in the State of Madhya Pradesh and to strengthen national, state and local institutions involved in policy, planning and implementation of urban development projects. The project would directly benefit over 55,000 households under the area development and slum upgrading programs and some 500,000 people would benefit from improved sanitation facilities. The main project risks include delay in land acquisition for area development and limited capacity of the implementing agencies to handle this new kind of project. These constraints were kept in view in designing the project's size, scope and institutional strengthening measures. These considerations and the steps already taken by the state in land acquisition and in the recruitment of consultants required for institutional strengthening should minimize these risks.


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    India - Madhya Pradesh Urban Development Project

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    Technical Assistance and Training Program;Financial Management and Accounting System;liters per capita per day;solid waste management component;efficient use of land;rate of population growth;front end fee;maintenance of water supply;solid waste management system;economic and financial analysis;project monitoring and evaluation;provision of service;sites and services;public sector agency;low cost housing;home improvement loan;maintenance of infrastructure;expenditure for maintenance;slum upgrading program;local resource mobilization;Financial Management System;safe water supply;low income group;per capita income;urban housing stock;assessment of need;cost of land;supervision of municipality;degree of independence;high-income group;technical advisory body;urban economic growth;Accounts and Audit;flow of fund;service delivery institution;replacement of equipment;efficient land use;rights of way;urban development plan;land use control;interest rate structure;construction of latrine;community development worker;city water supply;disposal of refuse;repair and maintenance;small business development;access to land;local market condition;land use pattern;private sector involvement;urban population;land development;slum area;urban sector;community facility;municipal corporation;financial projection;pit latrine;house construction;land pricing;municipal government;urban service;community latrine;physical planning;land acquisition;institutional strengthening;urban growth;lump sum;small cities;community workers;Urban Planning;core housing;sewer system;urban household;financial viability;Financing plans;average cost;secure tenure;interest charge;street light;slum improvement;monthly income;urban lending;severe shortage;sanitary facility;metropolitan area;vehicular access;serviced land;refuse collection;building regulation;local planning;financial system;monsoon season;limited capacity;brick wall;flush latrine;market price;beneficiary selection;administrative cost;sound management;secondary road;private land;slum dweller;income household;building approval;existing knowledge;adequate sanitation;development policy;government initiative;project finance;sectoral approach;health improvement;sliding scale;slum clearance;agricultural potential;lending rate;reserve position;urban poor;net worth;working population;Technical Training;municipal staff;municipal account;housing construction;data processing;medium towns;internal system;water tariff;supervision system;building technique;poor household;pedestrian access;agricultural sector;urban investment;irrigation facility;agricultural productivity;surface road;bituminous surface;pedestrian lane;water connection;income category;electricity network;inadequate service;Natural Resources;refuse disposal;squatter settlement;funds statement;local development;market center;urban program;appraisal reports;project costing;revenue account;street cleaning;supervisory responsibility;Municipal Finance;train activity;building technology;unit price;service deficits;appraisal mission;poverty group;bus fare;capital expenditure;city profile;building material;Population Density;accessibility standard;central funding;urban problem;metropolitan city;local management;water system;octroi tax;rural population;municipal revenue;adequate financing;local bodies;cash basis;budget system;loan appraisal;institutional improvement;indian states;housing scheme;absolute poverty;household income;building research;commercial center;primate city;urban slum;cubic feet;Property tax;urban land;alternative mean;property taxation;project identification;rural area;physical condition;water charge;industrial area;Management Systems;stamp tax;informal education;building permit;investment program;basic amenity;land parcel;residential area;independent water;grant funds;sewer network;power supply;sewerage system;informal sector;stabilization pond;infrastructure service;individual connections;public standpipe;reasonable assurance;unallocated fund



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