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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY05 : Latin America and the Caribbean region - Colombia (Inglês)

The Status of Projects in Execution (SOPE) report for FY05 provides information on all International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)/International Development Association (IDA) projects that were active on and beyond June 30, 2005. The FY05 SOPE introduces a new element: in order to disclose project-by-project comparisons of disbursement estimates and actual disbursements, the SOPE report contains a line chart showing the original estimated disbursement schedule, the latest approved revised schedule (if any) and actual disbursements for investment operations and a table showing the loan/credit/grant amount and disbursements to date.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2005/09/23

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Anual

  • No. do relatório

    50740

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Colômbia,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY05 : Latin America and the Caribbean region - Colombia

  • Palavras-chave

    provision of water supply and sanitation;Judicial and Other Dispute Resolution Mechanisms;financial and private sector development;Education for the Knowledge Economy;access to urban service;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;Operational Policy and Country Services;Participation and Civic Engagement;water and sewerage service;small and medium enterprise;judicial conflict resolution improvement;sustainable use of biodiversity;participatory monitoring and evaluation;Export Development and Competitiveness;construction of access road;mass transit system;water supply and sewerage;Tax Policy and Administration;improvements in road safety;water and sanitation utility;external efficiency of education;education for all;Projects in Execution;Improving Labor Markets;environmental health;quality and relevance;Water Resource Management;water supply system;water sector reform;Public Expenditure Management;disaster vulnerability reduction;wastewater management system;poor rural community;education quality improvement;gap in information;wastewater treatment plant;roads and highway;stratospheric ozone layer;case management system;globally important biodiversity;natural disaster management;disaster risk management;children and youth;Public Financial Management;basic education level;mobile air conditioning;financing water supply;exchange rate fluctuation;modern management technique;peace and development;water supply service;Public Sector Governance;water supply works;road safety activity;access to information;Urban Transport Policy;Law and Justice;Urban Transport Planning;urban transport service;Environmental Policy;institution building;municipal governance;procurement process;Conflict Prevention;internal conflict;private operator;urban development;Bike Path;fiscal restriction;sanitary condition;temporary employment;natural system;education model;nonformal education;administrative framework;feeder route;Natural Event;feeder service;fare integration;Public Transport;rural area;corporate governance;industrial conversion;Indigenous Peoples;project finance;school level;organizational efficiency;urban upgrade;road infrastructure;urban community;administration system;road surfacing;rural family;supply side;Displaced Population;support system;doctoral program;selection criterion;low-income family;commercial association;coffee production;legal institution;market economy;biodiversity considerations;rural landscape;biodiversity survey;cattle ranching;management tool;biological corridor;pilot site;administrative cost;national market;research study;national biodiversity;interactive training;organizational change;field guide;Law Reform;Tax Administration;Tax Evasion;biodiversity inventory;participatory methodology;operational mechanism;sustainable management;community network;small farmer;sustainable production;organic coffee;participation strategy;investment operation;environmental license;pumping station;Vocational Training;internal communication;disclosure policy;external financing;environmental cleanup;water bodies;peasant communities;community stores;financial incentive;tax authority;tax authorities;tax collection;information exchange;private reserves;commercial refrigeration;regional network;protected area;sewerage system;project financing;total water;sewerage coverage;social cohesion;employment creation;social network;small municipality;economic crisis;commercial partnership;vulnerable population;natural ecosystem;sewerage works;productive partnership;Higher Education;water utilities;low-income area;Public Infrastructure;construction material;Social Protection;water utility;human capital;administration cost;global market;classroom level;low-income student;vulnerable group;agricultural sector;privatized utility;fiscal vulnerability;income generation;international market;flood protection;privatization process;

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