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Brazil - Energy and Mineral Sector Strengthening Project (Inglês)

Ratings of the Energy and Mineral Sector Strengthening Project for Pakistan were as follows: outcome was moderately satisfactory, Bank performance was satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was substantial. Some of the lessons learned include: a flexible TA project design can allow for continuous overarching borrower support when shifting priorities is a constant. This is particularly important for a middle-income country willing to borrow for policy TA. It allows for the addition and/or substitution of new activities based on the understanding that the overall broad objectives remain constant. It is particularly important for a sector, and technology, which are evolving at an increasingly faster pace, where it is unclear what knowledge will be needed soon. It also allows for timely knowledge intervention needed to address unexpected crises. Therefore, any changes in project activities based on new demands and changing priorities do not require changes in the PDO, the PDO indicators, nor its components. In the case of Brazil, when multiple implementation agencies are involved, having a central PIU coordinating activities (as opposed to implementing themselves) improves ownership, plus the project’s progress and achievements. In the case of the META Project, there were more than 70 terms of reference implemented under the project by the MME and eight other institutions. Implementation improved at an almost highly satisfactory pace when each institution implemented its own procurement activities, and the central PIU acted in a coordinating and supporting role, including creating guidelines and evaluating results, rather than execution. In the case of Brazil, projects at the federal level where the loan is spent as part of the regular ministerial (or agency) budget, it is important to size the loan, and duration of the project, based on the ministerial/agency spending caps at the beginning of the Brazilian fiscal year. Brazilian law prohibits departmental overspending (where employees can be jailed) and issuing bidding documents without 100 percent secure financing. The latter is more important because even if the department is promised a topup later in the fiscal year, that assurance is not enough to allow for bidding.

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  • Data do documento

    2019/06/21

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    ICR4574

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Brasil,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/07/15

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Brazil - Energy and Mineral Sector Strengthening Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Conselho Nacional de Politica Energetica; Energy; clean and efficient energy; Urban and Rural Development; innovation and technology policy; Regulation and Competition Policy; Energy and Mining; Mineral Sector; social and environmental; oil and gas reserve; effect of climate change; energy and climate change; access to basic service; public sector institution; national economic growth; Energy Sector; transmission line; Oil & Gas; gross domestic product; barrels per day; loss of life; case of mine; power purchase agreement; Access to Electricity; liquified natural gas; management of health; local distribution company; formulation of policies; cost of electricity; sustainable service delivery; increase tax revenue; renewable energy resource; gas distribution network; renewable energy program; data processing capacity; gas sector policy; public mining institution; natural gas industry; mining and mineral; reallocation of resource; terms of use; offshore oil field; national transmission system; gross national product; international good practice; production of mineral; improved living standard; environmentally sustainable growth; small-scale mining activity; electricity consumption growth; global economic crisis; budget allocation process; gas and electricity; power utility reform; cost of transmission; energy purchase; national grid; brazilian real; technological change

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