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1.

National Building Research Organization (NBRO)

Reduction of Landslide Vulnerability by Mitigation Measures (RLVMM) Project

  • 110 Million
  • Sri Lanka
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Reduction of Landslide Vulnerability by Mitigation Measures (RLVMM) Project
Company Name National Building Research Organization (NBRO)
Country Sri Lanka , Southern Asia
Project Value 110 Million
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The project objective is to reduce risk and damage from landslides through the implementation of mitigation measures and enhancement of policy and regulation associated with landslide management. The project has three main components: - Implementation of mitigation measures, including civil works and associated designs and construction supervision/management; - Enhancement of policy, standards and institutional capacity; - Provision of essential facilities and laboratory equipment.

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Company Name National Building Research Organization (NBRO)
Address Mr. Asiri Karunawardena Director General,
Email asiri13@hotmail.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/approved/2019/landslide-mitigation.html

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Ministry of Public Works and Transport

National Road 13 Improvement and Maintenance Project

  • 128 Million
  • Laos
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National Road 13 Improvement and Maintenance Project
Company Name Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Country Laos , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 128 Million
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The project will support national strategy and socio-economic development of Lao PDR by enhancing its road connectivity of the most critical sections of the backbone road network of the country. Specifically, the project will widen the 19 km high traffic section close to Vientiane capital city (Sikeut to Songpeuay market) from the existing two-lane to a four-lane road; and an improvement/strengthening of a 39-km section of two-lane road (Songpeuay market to Phonhong) with Portland cement concrete pavement. The project will use an innovative contracting model, an Output- and Performancebased Road Contract (OPBRC) The project will comprise three components as described below. - Component 1: Road Improvement, Maintenance and Operation (USD 120.5 million). This component will finance road widening, improvement, operation and maintenance works and land acquisition required for road works. - Component 2: Technical Assistance and Supervision (USD 4.8 million). This component will support MPTW to manage the implementation of the OPBRC, traffic safety activities, overloading control; and enhance environmental and social monitoring and supervision. It will also support preparation of studies for future investments on other sections of NR 13. - Component 3: Project Management (USD 2.7 million). This component will support project management, including technical and operational assistance for the day-to-day management of project activities including training on output and performance-based contracting, project planning and execution, financial management, procurement, monitoring and evaluation, and technical and financial audits. The sub-component will be financed by IDA. Objective To improve road conditions, safety and climate resilience on critical sections of National Road 13 using an innovative contracting model (OPBRC). The road design will also be strengthened to meet ASEAN standards

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Company Name Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Address Pheng Douangngeun Director General, Department of Road
Email pheng_dng@yahoo.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/approved/2019/national-road.html

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Power Grid Corporation of Bangladesh (PGCB)

Power System Upgrade and Expansion Project

  • 177 Million
  • Bangladesh
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Power System Upgrade and Expansion Project
Company Name Power Grid Corporation of Bangladesh (PGCB)
Country Bangladesh , Southern Asia
Project Value 177 Million
Project Detail

Project Objective and Expected Results The objective of the Project is to upgrade and expand the power transmission system in Chittagong region to ensure adequate and reliable power supply. Upon completion, the capacity of the 400 kilovolts (kV) and 230 kV transmission networks in the Chittagong region will be enhanced. This will further create cascading benefits to the 132 kV and 33 kV secondary networks with respect to the quality of power supply in the region, such as improved voltage stability and reduced voltage fluctuation. It is expected that load shedding will be reduced, and new consumers will be connected to the grid in the region. III. Project Description The Project will construct 46 km of 400 kV and 230 kV double-circuit transmission lines and associated substations and line bays in the Chittagong region. This will collectively provide 1,400 megavolt-ampere (MVA) transmission capacity at different voltage levels. The Project includes the construction of following facilities: (i) 400 kV transmission lines: 27 km o Anowara–Anandabazar (New Mooring) 400 kV double-circuit transmission line: 20 km overhead line and 7 km underground cable; (ii) 230 kV transmission lines: 19 km o Hathazari–Rampur 230 kV double-circuit underground cable: line-in and lineout at Anandabazar (New Mooring), 3 km; o Madunaghat – Khulshi 230 kV double-circuit underground cable: 16 km; (iii) 230 kV gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) substations: 2 o 230/132 kV GIS substation at Anandabazar (New Mooring) with transformer of 2×350/450 MVA; and o 230/132/33 kV GIS substation at Khulshi with transformer of 2×350/450 MVA (230/132kV) and 3×80/120MVA (132/33 kV). (iv) Bay extensions: 2 o Two 230 kV GIS line bays at Madunaghat substation.

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Company Name Power Grid Corporation of Bangladesh (PGCB)
Address Mr. Pranab Kumar Roy, Chief Engineer Planning and Development Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Tel. No.: +88029567012 Email: manmis.pgcb@gmail.com
Email manmis.pgcb@gmail.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/approved/2019/power-system-upgrade-expansion.html

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Asia Investment Fund Management Limited

Asia Investment Fund Project

  • Plz Refer Document
  • Hong Kong S.A.R.
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Asia Investment Fund Project
Company Name Asia Investment Fund Management Limited
Country Hong Kong S.A.R. , Eastern Asia
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

The Asia Investment Fund (“AIF”, “the Fund”) is a private equity fund established to provide institutional investors with the opportunity to invest in companies in infrastructure and other productive sectors. The target fund size is USD3 billion. The current industry focus of the Fund includes telecommunication, transportation and energy. The Fund will invest primarily in mature companies in Asia with proven track records. In certain situations, the Fund may invest in portfolio companies domiciled outside Asia in AIIB members but with significant operations within Asia. Objective The objective is to mobilize private capital for infrastructure and other productive sectors by investing in non-controlling equity stakes in companies in AIIB members via a fund.

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Company Name Asia Investment Fund Management Limited
Address Name Thomas Walenta William Zhu Title Senior Investment Officer Legal Director Email Address thomas.walenta@aiib.org william.zhu@aic-fund.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/proposed/2019/asia-investment-fund.html

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Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA)

Dhaka Sanitation Improvement Project

  • 330 Million
  • Bangladesh
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Dhaka Sanitation Improvement Project
Company Name Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA)
Country Bangladesh , Southern Asia
Project Value 330 Million
Project Detail

The project entails comprehensive investments in sanitation infrastructure combining sewerage systems, waste water treatment, sewerage and improved non-network sanitation. The project also aims at strengthening DWASA’s capacity and improve coordination for sanitation service delivery. The project includes the following components: 1. Sector Support for sanitation services delivery (USD15 million): Capacity building to strengthen DWASA to manage sanitation services efficiently, citizens engagement to connect to sanitation systems and technical assistance to support coordination in the sanitation subsector. 2. Waste water treatment and sewerage system (USD290 million): Construction of two trunk mains, construction of new secondary and tertiary network, including house service connections, as well as construction of a Waste Water Treatment Plant. 3. Non-network sanitation (USD10 million): Testing and demonstrating feasibility of locally-adapted collection and treatment solutions on a pilot basis. 4. Project Implementation and management (USD15 million): Project management support to DWASA in implementing and monitoring all project-related activities. The project is expected to benefit about 1.8 million people, including people in low income settlements, in the Pagla catchment area of Dhaka. While most of the beneficiaries will be connected to the central sewerage system, about 225.000 will benefit from improved non-network sanitation, which is implemented on a pilot basis to demonstrate the feasibility of interim solutions where sewers cannot be built in the short to medium-term. Objective To provide improved and sustainable sanitation services in selected areas of Dhaka city

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Company Name Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA)
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/proposed/2019/dhaka-sanitation-improvement.html

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Urban Development Authority (UDA)

Support to Colombo Urban Regeneration Project

  • 287 Million
  • Sri Lanka
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Support to Colombo Urban Regeneration Project
Company Name Urban Development Authority (UDA)
Country Sri Lanka , Southern Asia
Project Value 287 Million
Project Detail

Project Objective and Expected Results The objectives of the proposed Project are to improve the housing conditions of low-income communities and increase land use efficiency in Colombo through investments in the construction of affordable housing and redevelopment of land, along with the associated enhancement of systems and policies. The proposed results indicators for these objectives include: (i) the number of low-income and lower-middle-income households that move from underserved settlements to newly constructed housing units with improved utilities and facilities, and under improved resettlement practice; and, (iii) the increase in the land value of the areas made available for redevelopment. III. Project Description The Project will support the implementation of URP Phase-III, but with significant improvements, such as improvements in technical design, resettlement and post-resettlement policy, housing maintenance arrangements, innovation in redevelopment approach, and review of longer-term sustainability of public intervention in housing. The Project comprises three components: Component 1: Housing Construction. Component 1 will support the construction of about 5,500 housing units in multi-story apartment buildings in eight or nine residential complexes Component 2: Land Redevelopment. This component will maximize the revenue from the land that will become available after the households from the underserved communities move into the new apartment units constructed under the URP. Component 3: Technical Support and Project Management. This component will support project management and other measures to improve implementation of the URP. Proposed project implementation period: January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2024

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Company Name Urban Development Authority (UDA)
Address G K D S A Priyantha Godegama Project Director Urban Development Authority Ministry of Megapolis and Western Development Tel: +94 112875913 Email: apdtecurpcc@gmail.com
Email apdtecurpcc@gmail.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/approved/2019/colombo-regeneration.html

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Oikodrom - Forum Sustainable City, Association for Urban Development

THE FUTURE CARAVAN 2018 - 2019

  • 70,000
  • Austria
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THE FUTURE CARAVAN 2018 - 2019
Company Name Oikodrom - Forum Sustainable City, Association for Urban Development
Country Austria , Western Europe
Project Value 70,000
Project Detail

SHORT DESCRIPTION: project goal The Caravan of the Future strengthens the SDGs in the awareness of the Austrian public, civil society and politics. Knowledge about the SDGs and the active participation in their implementation are increased, especially in rural regions and small towns, participatory learning processes and the development of partnerships and networks promoted, and bottom-up processes embedded in the political future design. The measures include the coordination of an interdisciplinary lecture at the University of Vienna, the organization of initiative weeks with participatory art interventions with students of the course in 5 small towns and municipalities in Lower Austria and Styria, two SDG brunches in Vienna with political stakeholders and experts as well as the creation of a Policy document with 3 policy recommendations to the inter-ministerial working group on the implementation of the SDGs in Austria. Targeted public relations, social media activities and an SDG blog on the website of the Biorama magazine carry the project beyond the direct reach of people in Vienna, Lower Austria and Styria.

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Company Name Oikodrom - Forum Sustainable City, Association for Urban Development
Web Site https://www.entwicklung.at/projekte/detail/project/show/die-zukunftskarawane-2018-2019/

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MaPaKi Bolivia

BACK TO LIFE - PHASE 2

  • 90,700
  • Bolivia
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BACK TO LIFE - PHASE 2
Company Name MaPaKi Bolivia
Country Bolivia , South America
Project Value 90,700
Project Detail

SHORT DESCRIPTION: project goal The objective of the project is to continue the established professional street work in Bolivia and to accompany and strengthen the political and practical implementation process. expected results Maya Paya Kimsa plays a key role in El Altos work with children and youth on the street; The National Protocol for Persons in Situation Street serves as a guideline for local prevention and support structures at provincial and municipal levels; The themes of health, sexuality and HIV / AIDS are identified as cross-cutting issues both in practical work and in the socio-political approach as a priority and strategies are developed. target group Children and teenagers in situation street in Ciudad El Alto. Maya Paya Kimsa repeatedly contacts around 350 children and adolescents each year. In addition, supervisors / street workers from private and public institutions throughout Bolivia, local, national and national policy makers and public sector staff are being worked on. activities The activities include: street work, group activities and individual care with the target group on the street and in the day center; Accompaniment of children / adolescents and families in the reintegration process; Awareness Raising on topics such as sexuality, HIV and family planning; Workshops for the strategic support of the city governments in the organization of the aid offer; Training of social workers; Networking at local and national level; Involvement of the police; Creation of a specific database system for documentation and evaluation of the entire activities of the institution; Advising the Government on the implementation of the National Protocol on Prevention and Care for Children and Adolescents in Street Situation.

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University of Applied Sciences, Development and Research Center

EZA INTERNSHIPS FOR STUDENTS OF FACHHOCHSCHULEN 2018-2020

  • 240,000
  • Austria
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EZA INTERNSHIPS FOR STUDENTS OF FACHHOCHSCHULEN 2018-2020
Company Name University of Applied Sciences, Development and Research Center
Country Austria , Western Europe
Project Value 240,000
Project Detail

SHORT DESCRIPTION: project goal The program ensures the framework conditions for a high-quality implementation of long-term internships for students of Austrian universities of applied sciences, in particular social work programs, 2018-2020 in Africa, Asia and Latin America. It offers qualified support of the universities of applied sciences in the internationalization of education and creation of Austria-wide synergy effects. expected results The program enables about 120 students of social work colleges from all over Austria to do their internships in Africa, Asia or Latin America. The students are prepared for the internship in a multi-part, 7-day seminar series and by the task forces on a project-specific and country-specific basis. During the 15-week stay the interns will be guided and supervised. Upon their return, participation in reflection events and the collection and dissemination of experiences is mandatory. As part of the preparation and follow-up, students deal with global, regional and local dimensions of development. They are introduced to basic questions of global learning and promote intercultural / transcultural learning. The practice places correspond to given quality standards. The accompanying operational organizations and the internship sites receive a partial compensation of their expenses. target group The main target group are students of social work as well as students of other disciplines of cooperating colleges and universities (in particular related courses, such as social management, health professions, etc.), who do a long-term internship outside of Europe. The program reaches students from universities of applied sciences in 9 federal states. Graduates from previous programs bring in their developed development expertise and experience. All graduates act as multipliers, further target and dialogue groups are students and teachers at the UAS, as well as the general public. activities Preparation of at least 120 students in multipart, 7-day seminar series; country and project-specific preparation by task forces; Advice on finding or arranging suitable internships; Assistance with individual preparation; guided and accompanied long-term internships (usually at least 15 weeks); Events and measures for reflection; Evaluation and dissemination of experiences after return; the awarding of grants to at least 90 FH trainees, task forces and internships.

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Company Name University of Applied Sciences, Development and Research Center
Web Site https://www.entwicklung.at/projekte/detail/project/show/eza-praktika-fuer-studierende-von-fachhochschulen-2018-2020/

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RED NOSES Clowndoctors International - Charitable Private Foundation

STRENGTHENING WELL-BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS

  • 209,300
  • Palestinian Territory Occupied
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STRENGTHENING WELL-BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS
Company Name RED NOSES Clowndoctors International - Charitable Private Foundation
Country Palestinian Territory Occupied , Western Asia
Project Value 209,300
Project Detail

SHORT DESCRIPTION: project goal Over the next two years, the aim is to expand the geographical coverage of RED NOSES Palestines activities to reach new target groups (senior citizens, refugees) and the psychosocial support of the main target group, children in hospital, with new methods during particularly stressful ones Deepen investigations. The intercultural and know-how exchange between Palestinian and European artists continues to be an important component and focus of the project. (Contribution to SDGs 3 - "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages", 16 - "Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels ")

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