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India - Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Project (Inglês)

This is the Implementation Completion Report (ICR) for the Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Project (UPUDP) in India. There were two project objectives at appraisal which reflected the two parts. These were: (a) to support the improvements in urban sector management and institutional strengthening initiated by the Government of Uttar Pradesh (GOUP) and to reduce the serious deficits in urban shelter, infrastructure and services in the State; and (b) to assist the Central Ganga Authority (CGA) in its efforts to reduce pollution levels in the Ganga River. There were shortcomings in Bank performance. Borrower’s performance was not satisfactory. The key lessons learned were as follows: (i) The Ganga Action Program part of UPUDP was not adequately appraised; (ii) Bank management should investigate the possibility of arrangements for partial suspension of disbursements for projects with numerous implementing entities; (iii) contractor disputes can continue for many years and greatly delay progress; and (iv) the Bank should ensure that there is reasonable continuity of its management, task manager, other staff and consultants working on a project.


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    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

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    India - Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Project

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    liters per capita per day;automatic water quality monitoring station;stakeholder need;large civil works contracts;poor water supply;water supply and sanitation;sites and services;project costing;urban development;low cost sanitation;suspension of disbursement;water supply scheme;infrastructure and services;dispute resolution procedure;point of entry;road and bridges;withdrawal of fund;procurement of equipment;Solid Waste Management;education and health;reallocation of fund;dispute resolution clause;property tax assessment;small water supply;sewage treatment plant;net economic benefit;contingent valuation method;local water utility;lack of agreement;biochemical oxygen demand;movement of good;lack of ownership;Local Body Finance;urban policy formulation;long term development;provision of equipment;construction of sewer;water treatment plant;slum upgrading;river pollution;urban sector;institutional strengthening;pollution level;local bodies;pollution abatement;waste water;institutional improvement;rent control;physical development;contractual dispute;urban service;procurement management;maintenance equipment;community latrine;financial weakness;physical implementation;physical work;institutional performance;procurement procedure;earthquake damage;public building;poverty focus;earthquake reconstruction;municipal sewage;urban lending;Project Monitoring;widespread failure;pollution reduction;dissolved oxygen;pollution monitoring;asset register;river quality;investment planning;road improvement;preparation mission;field visits;individual household;substantial variation;financial situation;state agency;slum improvement;large expenditures;procurement function;lack of commitment;discussion papers;management authority;study including;storm water;tariff increase;external factor;project's achievements;negative effect;road work;Advisory services;total load;Urban Planning;sanitation facility;natural environment;innovative policy;drainage plan;infrastructure provision;expenditure limit;activated sludge;consultancy service;beneficial use;environmental benefit;evaluation study;pumping station;program effectiveness;critical infrastructure;political factor;project lending;delay in progress;political resistance;natural river;good performance;shelter provision;smaller towns;traffic engineering;irrigation works;loan size;credit balance;capital expenditure;local condition;project's impact;recovery activity;strategic thinking;financial improvements;skill mix;Sewage Disposal;ground level;utility map;aerial photograph;reasonable accommodation;borrower performance;resource mobilization;investment program;octroi revenue;community participation;local revenue;hill area;long-term commitment;active participation;strategic approach;state water;supervision resource;disputes resolution;



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