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Panama - Rural Poverty and Natural Resources Project (Inglês)

Project ratings are as follows: Project outcome is satisfactory; sustainability is likely; institutional development impact is substantial; Bank performance is satisfactory; and Borrower performance is satisfactory. Several lessons were gleaned from this project: 1) A CDD approach (community driven development) require years of accompaniment in order to train and coach the communities to generate social and human capital and engage actively in productive activities that will increase rural family incomes. 2) CDD approach creates voice for the silent poor, developing confidence among its residents, and a stronger interest to demand a plan for local development. 3) Investments financed by communities increase the likelihood of better subproject maintenance. 4) A project designed with a CDD approach should have a dynamic monitoring and evaluation system that will be updated as new subprojects are introduced into project implementation. For example, a baseline would have made it easier to gauge advancement. 5) Project coordinating units need to be insulated from political interference. 6) The follow-on project in preparation should have a much stronger emphasis on income generating subprojects and the marketing of their products.7) Clarify the specific role of other sectoral institutions in project implementation. 8) Design the Fund for Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development (FUSARD) as a separate component versus subcomponent. 9) A CDD approach would benefit from closer coordination with local authorities for potential fiscal support for both capital and recurrent expenditures.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2004/12/26

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    30755

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Panamá,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Panama - Rural Poverty and Natural Resources Project

  • Palavras-chave

    International Fund for Agricultural Development;financial internal rate of return;bank's country assistance;rural dwellers quality of life;degradation of natural resource;sustainable natural resource management;impact on poverty reduction;improvement of tourism infrastructure;indigenous people development plan;Participation and Civic Engagement;sustainable use of biodiversity;protected area;sustainable productive system;quality at entry;environmental education program;institutional development impact;capacity of community;principal performance ratings;rates of return;community counterpart funding;population growth rate;Solid Waste Management;executive decree;poor financial management;project's main objectives;poor rural peasant;improvement of school;Type of Investment;income earning capacity;road and bridges;social capital formation;local community involvement;source of funding;rehabilitation of road;public awareness campaign;contracts for assistance;maintenance of road;forest fire prevention;human capital formation;information on price;income earning potential;forest fire control;community outreach efforts;reduction in poverty;inclusion of women;direct investment;global environmental facility;community action plan;Poverty & Inequality;national household survey;employment for woman;empowerment of woman;rural income potential;environmental awareness program;income generating activity;building local capacity;remote rural area;poor rural population;outputs by components;change in technology;generation of income;central government institution;construction of latrine;demarcation of farm;forest fire protection;solar energy product;level of capacity;sources of fund;biodiversity capacity building;community rural investment;support for investment;allocation of fund;lack of finance;agricultural research institute;limited international bidding;building social capital;ratings of bank;productive infrastructure;financial resource;social infrastructure;rural community;project finance;matching grant;community demand;financing mechanism;production support;project execution;high poverty;productive activity;production technology;environmental conservation;government control;ecotourism development;participatory planning;borrower performance;technical committee;community participation;financial rate;average investment;investment finance;technical expertise;minimum level;extreme poverty;biological corridor;community investment;sustainable farm;biodiversity areas;institutional strengthening;physical infrastructure;operational capacity;Agricultural Extension;discount rate;organizational assistance;participatory methodology;evaluation component;agriculture system;project indicator;random sample;adequate records;baseline study;technical component;government priority;political agenda;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;environmental sector;local ngo;small farmer;land property;Rural Sector;national institutional;indigenous area;subproject cycle;farming families;personnel change;monetary benefit;financial return;financial evaluation;animal nursery;environmental issue;buffer area;tree nurseries;institutional constraint;local cooperatives;community group;plant nursery;Public Services;Power Generation;Property title;community transportation;land title;administrative staff;external factor;biodiversity research;financial analysis;differences in results;political intervention;coordination council;park boundary;bank's guidelines;corrective action;watershed management;political influence;political campaign;solar panel;animal breeding;production side;park warden;operational process;investment planning;quantitative analysis;visitor center;technology development;direct financing;micro-credit operation;small irrigation;legal mechanism;pricing policy;high concentration;social need;environmental parks;Organic Agriculture;food processing;credit access;unsustainable use;long-term sustainability;Indigenous Peoples;remote community;production training

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