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Sudan - Gezira Rehabilitation Project (Inglês)

This is the Implementation Completion Report(ICR) for the Gezira Rehabilitation Project (GRP), Sudan. The main objective of the project was to raise crop yields and production through therehabilitationo f the Gezira irrigated area and its supporting services,t hereby increasingf oreignexchange earnings in line with the Government's overall strategy of achieving better utilization ofexisting capital investments. The main project components included the: (i) improvement of theGezira irrigation, drainage, and pumping systems; (ii) rehabilitation of the infrastructure including roads, cormnunicationn etwork, railway, staff housing and ginneries;( iii) provision of critical inputs such as farm machinery; (iv) improvement of farmer training, research, and extension; and (v) support to improve health through schistosomiasisc ontrol and sanitary systems. The key lessons learned are: Long-term solutions to the canal siltation problem should be found, as the silt inflow into the canals has increased substantially in recent years; (ii) Projects should be adequately designed at appraisal taking into account a more realistic estimate of the capability of the borrower in meeting its financial and production obligations; The number of project components, the diversity of the procurement, and the involvement of many different agencies to implement the project led to both various delays in project start up and implementation. In-service training should focus on relevant and practical short-term courses or studytours rather than on narrow post-graduate degrees; Although measurable cropping increases in yields have been achieved, there is potential to further increase cropping intensities; IDA's timely assumption of some components suspended from financing by AF/SF was very helpful in keeping the project moving and is a valuable lesson for future projects with similar circumstances.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1995/03/02

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    14024

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Sudão,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Sudan - Gezira Rehabilitation Project

  • Palavras-chave

    rural water supply and sanitation;emergency drought recovery;Irrigation and Drainage Improvement;Project Preparation and Appraisal;rural water supply scheme;rural water supply component;access to potable water;total number of vehicle;water availability for irrigation;suspension of disbursement;drinking water supply;on-farm water management;procurement of equipment;assessment of outcome;production of cotton;area under irrigation;availability of seed;reallocation of fund;repair and maintenance;crop production technologies;withdrawal of fund;world health organization;adequate financial resources;delay in procurement;protection of buildings;world market price;quality of water;availability of water;adverse environmental effect;disease control program;fund research;water distribution system;maintenance of road;cropping intensity;agricultural machinery;sluice gate;private contractor;project costing;borrower's performance;positive impact;pumping station;adaptive research;agricultural equipment;research result;water charge;aquatic weed;agricultural service;institutional strengthening;schistosomiasis control;research station;seed cotton;latrine slab;extension service;irrigation efficiencies;civil works;original amount;age structure;weed removal;cropping pattern;project intervention;rainfed area;crop yield;research activity;foreign exchange;wheat seed;mechanized farming;research activities;farmer training;improved land;procurement procedure;irrigated area;processing equipment;sediment deposition;laboratory equipment;institutional constraint;livestock marketing;significant factor;procurement program;environmental aspect;experimental work;sediment management;project sustainability;transport facility;loan facility;renovation work;gender issue;seed quality;borrower performance;project's impact;credit disbursement;radio network;skill gap;environmental objective;efficient operation;important component;foreign consultant;social objective;protection measure;farm mechanization;mobile telephone;telephone service;irrigation management;government control;credit closing;dam safety;high flood;canal system;field visits;sudanese pound;statistical table;market company;irrigation water;canal bank;drainage system;Capital Investments;pumping system;staff housing;farm machinery;sanitary systems;total water;factory workshop;building material;silt removal;rehabilitation program;british council;conveyance systems;agricultural improvement;stand trial;field investigation;gravity irrigation;technical committee;agricultural operation;urban agricultural policy;water tank;water resource;macro policies;deep percolation;soil salinity;heavy duty;cultivation program;generally well;cotton area;contract period;combine harvester;private farmer;farm service;agricultural produce;crop research;land preparation;water logging;weed growth;physical implementation;agricultural production;crop rotation;sustainable operation;crop marketing;private entity;finance objective;biological method;macro policy;project's achievements;deep well;

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