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Haiti - HT EFA FTI Catalytic Fund

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World - Support to IAVI-Sendai Vector

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Dominican Republic - DO (APL2) Health Ref II

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West Bank and Gaza - WBG - PRDP Support VI

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Afghanistan - AF Strengthening Natl.Statistical System

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Zambia: Water Sector Performance Improvement Project

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This Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR) assesses the development effectiveness of the Water Sector Performance Improvement Project (WSPIP) in Zambia. The project’s original objectives were: (i) the improvement of access to, and sustainability of, the water supply and sanitation services for consumers in Lusaka; and (ii) development of a comprehensive institutional structure Show MoreThis Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR) assesses the development effectiveness of the Water Sector Performance Improvement Project (WSPIP) in Zambia. The project’s original objectives were: (i) the improvement of access to, and sustainability of, the water supply and sanitation services for consumers in Lusaka; and (ii) development of a comprehensive institutional structure supporting a coordinated approach to water supply and sanitation investments. In 2009, Additional Financing was approved, and the objectives were revised to (i) improve the technical efficiency and financial sustainability of Lusaka Water and Sanitation Company and improve access to water supply and sanitation services for urban consumers in Lusaka, Kafue, Chongwe, and Luangwa districts, and (ii) strengthen the effectiveness of national water supply and sanitation planning.

Solomon Islands: Rural Development Program (PPAR)

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The Solomon Islands Rural Development Program (Phase I) was the Bank’s first major intervention in Solomon Islands following the Tensions of 1998-2003. The project envisaged making the government more visible in rural areas of the archipelago and sought to re-energize commercial activity and opportunities for agricultural producers. The project’s objective was to take a community driven Show MoreThe Solomon Islands Rural Development Program (Phase I) was the Bank’s first major intervention in Solomon Islands following the Tensions of 1998-2003. The project envisaged making the government more visible in rural areas of the archipelago and sought to re-energize commercial activity and opportunities for agricultural producers. The project’s objective was to take a community driven development (CDD) approach to supporting rural infrastructure and to put in place the necessary structures for CDD to be a useful mechanism for future development.

Kenya: Development of the National Statistical System Project (PPAR)

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This project was initiated in September 2003 at the request of the government of Kenya. The government had prepared the Strategic Implementation Master Plan in data development to counteract a progressive decline of statistical institutions and capacity in the preceding two decades. At the time, a growing international consensus was emerging on the need for global action to promote better Show MoreThis project was initiated in September 2003 at the request of the government of Kenya. The government had prepared the Strategic Implementation Master Plan in data development to counteract a progressive decline of statistical institutions and capacity in the preceding two decades. At the time, a growing international consensus was emerging on the need for global action to promote better statistics among developing countries. The World Bank agreed to provide the support, but the support was delayed for several years due to external events. In March 2007, an International Development Association credit of US$20.5 million was approved for the Development of the National Statistics System Project (also known as the Statistical Capacity Building Program [STATCAP]). It closed in September 2012.

Lao People's Democratic Republic - LA-Health Services Improvement Project

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Rwanda - RW-Support to Social Protection System 1

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