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Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY06 : Africa region - Niger (Inglês)

The Status of Projects in Execution (SOPE) report for FY06 provides information on all International Bank and Rural Development (IBRD)/International Development Association (IDA) projects that were active on June 30, 2006. The report is intended to bridge the gap in information available to the public between the project appraisal document, disclosed after the Bank approves a project, and the implementation completion report, disclosed after the project closes. In addition to the project progress description, the FY06 SOPE report contains project level comparisons of disbursement estimates and actual disbursements, and a table showing the loan/credit/grant amount and disbursements to date for all active projects.


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    Status of projects in execution (SOPE) - FY06 : Africa region - Niger

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    housing finance and real estate markets;Participation and Civic Engagement;primary gross enrollment rate;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;Operational Policy and Country Services;financial and private sector development;Compulsory Pension and Unemployment Insurance;package of essential Health Services;private sector participation in infrastructure;access to potable water;population and reproductive health;Regulation and Competition Policy;Maternal and Child Mortality;agricultural extension and research;access to financial service;access to urban service;access to infrastructure service;rural water facility;Projects in Execution;education for all;Water Resource Management;irrigation and drainage;gap in information;treatment person;exchange rate fluctuation;treatment of patient;essential health care;global environmental benefits;health system performance;community-action program;spread of hiv;social sector policy;Social Safety Nets;local private operators;Access to Education;increasing school enrollment;basic education sector;transfer of resource;basic education program;water tariff adjustment;urban water utility;postal financial service;local government official;Natural Resource Management;privatization of asset;public enterprise sector;Financial Sector;rural area;bank restructuring;arabic gum;managerial capacity;adequate financing;Child Health;primary classroom;matching grant;public expenditure;partnership agreement;behavior change;Teacher Recruitment;supervisory agency;literacy course;microfinance sector;social security;corporate governance;judicial environment;Sanitation Services;policy formulation;water production;telecom sector;On-Site Sanitation;investment climate;urban towns;internal communication;housing bank;counterpart funding;financial equilibrium;governance issue;market economy;legal institution;extension work;positive impact;SME finance;disclosure policy;vulnerability assessment;health districts;general population;aids program;civil society;project finance;irrigation technologies;sanitation component;household sanitation;real impact;financing mechanism;promotion campaign;improved sanitation;water sector;Technology Diffusion;Social Protection;poverty strategy;smallholder farmer;external financing;non-governmental organization;fiscal management;national hospital;irrigation promotion;blood testing;degraded lands;Land Rehabilitation;carbon emission;voluntary counseling;preventive activities;decentralization process;village communities;



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