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Maverick County, Texas

Landfill Expansion Project in Maverick County

  • 3 Million
  • United States
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Landfill Expansion Project in Maverick County
Company Name Maverick County, Texas
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 3 Million
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The project consists of expanding the landfill by constructing a third cell, which includes constructing an underdrain system, liner system, leachate collection system, and access road extensions. Cell No. 3 is designed to hold up to 312,500 tons of solid waste, which is equivalent to approximately 6.7 years of useful life. Objective The purpose of the project is to provide adequate solid waste disposal services for the residents of Maverick County and thus minimize the potential for illegal dumping and the associated environmental and health risks. The project is expected to generate environmental and human health benefits by providing additional capacity to continue managing the proper disposal of approximately 150 tons of solid waste a day in full compliance with applicable regulations.

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Local water utiliy, Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Tijuana (CESPT)

Rehabilitation of Colector Poniente: Segment 1A

  • 6 Million
  • Mexico
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Rehabilitation of Colector Poniente: Segment 1A
Company Name Local water utiliy, Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Tijuana (CESPT)
Country Mexico , Northern America
Project Value 6 Million
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The project consists of the rehabilitation of approximately 1,874 linear meters (6,146 ft) of the Colector Poniente. Objective The purpose of the project is to improve wastewater collection and conveyance infrastructure for up to 23,506 existing residential wastewater connections and to reduce the risk of pipeline failures, which would prevent approximately 177 liters per second (lps) or 4 million gallons per day (mgd) of untreated or inadequately treated wastewater discharges, thereby helping reduce water pollution and the risk of waterborne diseases, as well as transboundary wastewater flows into the United States.

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Company Name Local water utiliy, Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Tijuana (CESPT)
Web Site https://www.nadb.org/our-projects/infrastructure-projects/rehabilitation-of-colector-poniente-segment-1a

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Department for International Development

Gender Based Violence Response Services Phase 2

  • 4 Million
  • Afghanistan
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Gender Based Violence Response Services Phase 2
Company Name Department for International Development
Country Afghanistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 4 Million
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The objective of this programme is to scale up the provision of Gender Based Violence (GBV) response services in 12 provinces of Afghanistan, and identify a model for the future sustainable integration of GBV services within Government of Afghanistan health systems. This programme will support UNFPA’s health sector response to GBV which has been funded by DFID in six provinces since 2016. During this phase the focus will be on testing different approaches to delivery of GBV services in order to assess which is the most cost-effective model to be integrated into government systems.

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Company Name Department for International Development
Web Site https://devtracker.dfid.gov.uk/projects/GB-GOV-1-300631

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Department for International Development

Afghanistan Multi Year Humanitarian Programme Phase 2

  • 187 Million
  • Afghanistan
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Afghanistan Multi Year Humanitarian Programme Phase 2
Company Name Department for International Development
Country Afghanistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 187 Million
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This programme is for 5-years (2019-24) and the key objectives are; stronger humanitarian response which meets immediate needs, provides robust protection and is integrated with durable strategies for building resilience for refugees and their host communities. Expected outputs are: 1) Providing lifesaving aid such as shelter, water, food, healthcare, child protection and emergency education to conflict or disaster displaced Afghans. 2) Providing longer term support to improve the resilience and coping mechanisms of these vulnerable people and reduce their dependency on humanitarian assistance. 3) In line with UK’s Grand Bargain commitment, building the capacity of national organisations to lead and actively engage in the humanitarian response. 4) Contribute credible needs data to inform the overall Humanitarian response.

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Company Name Department for International Development
Web Site https://devtracker.dfid.gov.uk/projects/GB-GOV-1-300420

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GOUV. DU SENEGAL /MINISTERE DE LECO. DES FINANCES ET DU PLAN

Resource Mobilisation and Reform Effectiveness Support Programme – Phase I (PAMRER I)

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  • Senegal
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Resource Mobilisation and Reform Effectiveness Support Programme – Phase I (PAMRER I)
Company Name GOUV. DU SENEGAL /MINISTERE DE LECO. DES FINANCES ET DU PLAN
Country Senegal , Western Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The Resource Mobilisation and Reform Effectiveness Support Programme (PAMRER I) is the first phase of a series of three programme-based budget support operations covering the 2019, 2020 and 2021 financial years, with an overall indicative financing package of EUR 62.5 million. It presents the programme’s multi-year framework and provides a list of reforms considered to be the indicative triggers for the second (PAMRER II) and third (PAMRER III) phases. The programme seeks to address two major issues, namely: (i) Increased mobilisation of domestic resources to finance PSE projects and reforms in the long term; (ii) Acceleration of the implementation of strategic reforms and projects geared towards enhancing investment attractiveness. It comprises therefore two complementary components, namely: (i) Domestic Resource Mobilisation and Broadening of the Tax Base; and (ii) Implementation of Strategic Reforms and Projects to Enhance Investment Attractiveness. The programme aims to meet the following outcomes:(i) improvement in tax administration by increasing the Doing Business score from 48.08 points in 2018 to 50 points in 2022;(ii) broadening of the tax base by increasing the tax burden from 15.3% of GDP in 2018 to 20% in 2023, as well as a Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes rating of “largely compliant” following the inclusion of new standards on beneficial ownership; and (iii) enhancement of the country’s attractiveness as an investment destination through an increase in foreign direct investments (FDIs) from 3% of GDP in 2018 to 6% in 2022. Project Objectives The overall objective of the programme is to strengthen domestic resource mobilisation and promote strategic reforms to attract investments. Beneficiaries The direct programme beneficiary is the Government of Senegal. However, PAMRER I will benefit the entire population of Senegal. A better adapted fiscal policy should increase Government’s resources and help to finance public services, thus improving the living conditions of the population. A more efficient tax administration should lower transaction costs for taxpaying individuals and reporting companies. This will be a direct benefit to these entities and, at the same time, help to improve tax compliance as well as the business environment. Lastly, the effective implementation of PSE strategic reforms and projects should help to attract investments and create jobs.

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Company Name GOUV. DU SENEGAL /MINISTERE DE LECO. DES FINANCES ET DU PLAN
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-SN-KA0-014

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MINISTERE DE LECONOMIE ET DES FINANCES

Mali - Economic Growth Support Programme II (PACE-II)

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  • Mali
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Mali - Economic Growth Support Programme II (PACE-II)
Company Name MINISTERE DE LECONOMIE ET DES FINANCES
Country Mali , Western Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The Economic Growth Support Programme – Phase II (PACE-II) is the second phase of a programme-based budget operation to support reforms over the 2017-2019 period. PACE-II is a continuation of PACE-I. It covers 2019 and aims to consolidate the gains of previous budget support operations in general and PACE-I, in particular, through such complementary structural reforms as: (i) the adoption of a revenue mobilisation optimisation action plan; (ii) the publication of tax exemption related social expenditure; (iii) the revision of the Mining and Customs Codes; and (iv) the operationalisation of the Sustainable Development Fund. The appraisal of PACE II took place in a context of worsening global security with the appearance of new pockets of conflicts in the centre of the country, especially in Ségou and Mopti Regions. Structured similar to Phase I of the programme, PACE II comprises three complementary components: (a) improvement of public finance management; (b) promotion of competitiveness and private sector development; and (c) strengthening of inclusive development. These three components will contribute to addressing the main constraints and challenges facing the country. Project Objectives PACE II is the second phase of PACE whose main objective is to contribute to the creation of conditions for a robust, sustained and inclusive economic growth driven by a more dynamic private sector by strengthening public finance sustainability and implementing structural reforms. Specifically, the programme will place emphasis on reforms aiming to: (i) improve public revenue mobilisation; (ii) strengthen public expenditure effectiveness to create a deeper impact on the country’s economic and social development; (iii) support the competitiveness of the economy with special emphasis on capacity building for the private sector and energy sector reforms; and (iv) strengthen inclusive development through the furtherance of decentralisation and improvement of social inclusion. Thus, the programme hopes to respond to the major challenges and constraints facing the country. Beneficiaries PACE-II will benefit the entire people of Mali thanks to better public finance management and the development of a more dynamic private sector. Strengthening public finance management will indeed enhance basic social service delivery and facilitate access thereto. Support for greater economic competitiveness will also foster the emergence of a crop of more dynamic entrepreneurs, thereby helping to lay the groundwork for sustained inclusive growth. Vulnerable population groups will also benefit from the reforms targeting more inclusive development in Mali. Specifically, PACE II will help to create conditions for a multi-pronged approach to enable women to access social protection and local development through their registration in the unified social register to serve as a basis for the targeting of all development projects and programmes in favour of vulnerable persons. In the same vein, support for private sector development will help to build the operational capacity of SMEs headed by women and to improve their access to financing, thereby contributing to their autonomy and the reduction of gender inequalities. The project is classified in “Category 3” according to the Bank’s Gender Marker System. The other programme beneficiaries are Government departments (Ministry of Economy and Finance, Ministry in charge of the Private Sector, Ministry in charge of Decentralisation, Ministry in charge of Solidarity, etc.).

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Company Name MINISTERE DE LECONOMIE ET DES FINANCES
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-ML-KA0-008

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GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE D ANGOLA MINISTERE DES FINANCES

Angola - Economic Diversification Support Program (EDSP)

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  • Angola
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Angola - Economic Diversification Support Program (EDSP)
Company Name GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE D ANGOLA MINISTERE DES FINANCES
Country Angola , Southern Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The Economic Diversification Support Program (EDSP) is designed as a programmatic series of three consecutive General Budget Support operations covering the fiscal years 2019-2021, for a total indicative financing of USD 700 million. This is the second program-based operation in Angola. The operation is designed in response to a request submitted by the Angolan authorities in March 2019. The proposed operation will support the Government’s efforts in addressing the country’s development challenges through structural, regulatory and governance reforms. The program is articulated around three strategic and mutually reinforcing components: (i) Fiscal consolidation through Improved PFM and Tax Administration Reforms; and (ii) Enhanced implementation of the economic diversification program; and (iii) Improved Governance in Natural Resource Management and State-Owned Enterprise Reform. These reforms will help improve efficiency of public investment and create an enabling business environment for private sector development, promote exports and economic diversification, and improve public investment and PFM. Project Objectives The overarching objective of the EDSP is to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth by improving economic diversification through private sector investment and more efficient public investment management. It will support the Government in its efforts to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of public investment and implement programs to diversify the economy, critical in the context of declining oil revenue. Beneficiaries The direct beneficiaries of the proposed operation will include the Ministry of Finance and ministries responsible for implementing the economic diversification strategy. Indirect beneficiaries are the citizens of Angola and private sector, who will benefit from an improved business and investment climate that will result in lowering the cost of doing business and fostering job creation for the youth, women and those living in the rural areas. The focus on public investment management will improve the quality of public services and enhance the economic and social impact of capital investment.

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Company Name GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE D ANGOLA MINISTERE DES FINANCES
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-AO-K00-007

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UNIVERSITE DU BURUNDI

Burundi – Project to support the East African Nutritional Sciences Institute

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  • Burundi
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Burundi – Project to support the East African Nutritional Sciences Institute
Company Name UNIVERSITE DU BURUNDI
Country Burundi , Eastern Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The Project to Support the East African Nutritional Sciences Institute (PA-EANSI) based in Bujumbura will benefit the entire region of the East African Community. The project will enhance nutrition security, contribute to the development of human capital and economic growth in Burundi in particular, and in the East African Community region in general, by improving access to high-level training and quality research in nutritional sciences. Its implementation builds on three components: (i) institutional and pedagogical support; (ii) support for infrastructure development; and (iii) project management. The project will be implemented over a period of five (5) years and will cost UA 6.791 million. The main expected outputs are: masters degree training in nutritional sciences for 150 students, doctoral training for 10 students and continuing education in nutrition inthe health and agriculture sectors. Students will be trained in the following areas: (i) clinical nutrition; (ii) nutrition and public health; (iii) agri-food technology; (iv) food quality; and (v) food security and climate change. Project Objectives The PA-EANSI project aims to improve nutrition skills at the strategic level. It will help to strengthen nutrition security through capacity building for food processing and compliance with quality standards, as well as human capital development through capacity building for better management of malnutrition, which has a high economic and social cost in Burundi. Beneficiaries The overall beneficiaries of the project are primarily Burundis population estimated at about 11 million, of which 50.22% are women and about 29% are children under five, who are the most vulnerable groups. The direct beneficiaries are Faculty of Agronomy and Bioengineering (FABI) and the teaching staff of the Faculty of the Medicine (70), future EANSI students undergoing initial or continuing training (395 by the end of the project), which adds up to a total of 465 direct beneficiaries, at least 130 of whom will be women. Health and agricultural professionals will be specifically targeted by the Masters and PhD training programmes. By 2047, the Centre is expected to contribute to the training of at least of 1,200 new Masters and 150 new PhD graduates in nutrition, not leaving out the beneficiaries of continuing/skills training. The project will take into account the needs of women, men and young people of all age brackets and social categories, with no exception. The vulnerable segments of the project area population will also be taken into account in terms of access to training through excellence scholarships combined with the candidates’ vulnerability status.

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Company Name UNIVERSITE DU BURUNDI
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-BI-IC0-001

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DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION UNIT MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES & ELECTRICITY

Sudan - Sustainable Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project for North and South Kordofan

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  • Sudan
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Sudan - Sustainable Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project for North and South Kordofan
Company Name DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION UNIT MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES & ELECTRICITY
Country Sudan , Northern Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The Sustainable Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project in North and South Kordofan in the Republic of the Sudan strategically aligns with the Bank’s Strategy for Addressing Fragility and Building Resilience in Africa (2014-2019). The project also addresses the objectives of the Bank’s Second Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP2) by promoting adaptation priorities in the water sector as defined in the country’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs). This is an investment project targeting institutional capacity development and construction/ rehabilitation of infrastructures. The project will improve water supply and sanitation service in selected areas of North and South Kordofan states and benefit approximately 435,000 people. It will be implemented over 54 months with a closing date of September 2024 with a total cost approximately UA 25.218 million. The project benefits include: (a) improved reliability of the water and sanitation services; (b) increased water availability for economic activities; and (c) overall improvement of the public health situation. Project Objectives The objective of the project is to improve households’ livelihoods and resilience against climate variability and change in the project areas through provision of reliable water and sanitation services, including those of nomadic communities. Project outputs include: 1) Water service improvement to address challenges of water shortage in the target areas; 2) Sanitation and hygiene to promote good sanitation and hygiene practices for improved health; and 3) Capacity development aimed at economic empowerment of communities as well as ensuring sustainability of the investment. Beneficiaries The main beneficiaries are the population in these areas who will enjoy improved service delivery and reliable access to sustainable water supply and sanitation. The population will also be empowered through capacity development on alternative livelihood activities. At the end of the interventions, approximately 435,000 people will benefit from improved water supply and sanitation services of which approximately 52% are women and 62% are youth under age of 35. The project will also provide water to over 300,000 heads of livestock of which goats and sheep constitute about 64%.

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Company Name DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION UNIT MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES & ELECTRICITY
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-SD-E00-004

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DIRECTION NATIONALE DES ROUTES

Trans-Sahara Highway Project (TSH-Phase 2 –Bourem-Kidal Section)

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  • Mali
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Trans-Sahara Highway Project (TSH-Phase 2 –Bourem-Kidal Section)
Company Name DIRECTION NATIONALE DES ROUTES
Country Mali , Western Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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The proposed project concerns the Bourem-Kidal Section on the Malian section of the Trans-Sahara Highway (TSH) –an infrastructure at the centre of economic, social, political and security stakes for the continent. The highway is located in the Algiers/Lagos and Dakar/Djibouti Trans-African corridors, identified by the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA), as priority projects to achieve NEPAD objectives by 2020. The 9,022-km TSH serves six countries (Algeria, Niger, Mali, Nigeria, Tunisia and Chad) and comprises one main trunk, Alger/Lagos (4,498 km) and three secondary sections: the Tunisian section (866 km); the Malian section (2,461 km) and the Chadian section (1,197 km). Since significant financial resources need to be mobilised to develop these corridors, the States concerned opted for a gradual and phased development strategy. The Malian section of TSH, which is 2,461kmlong, includes sections towards Niger (203 km) and others towards Algeria (741 km). This Phase 2 of the TSH Project concerns the Bourem-Kidal section (285.83km). Implementing it will help to resolve the major issues of peace, security, economic and social development, and fragility. The project is perceived by the Malian authorities as a factor of national unity, peace and social cohesion. Not only will it open up the Kidal region and strengthen the process of pacification of the Northern zones of Mali, it will also increase trade between Kidal and the other regions of Mali as well as between Mali and Algeria. The project also comes as a political response to the imbalanced regional development so much decried by armed movements in Northern Mali. This project is crucial for the Liptako-Gourma sub-region and particularly for Mali since it will help to strengthen national unity and reduce development inequalities. Furthermore, it will help to strengthen the ongoing implementation of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement following the Algiers process and signed on 15 May and 20 June 2015 in Bamako between the Government and the armed rebellion. Project implementation will span 6 years for a total cost, net of taxes and customs duty, including physical contingencies and price escalation, of UA 110.52million. Project Objectives At the strategic level, the project contributes to the objective of economic growth and accessibility of the northern zones of the country. Specifically, the project will help to: (i) improve the service level of the Bourem-Kidal road; and (ii) improve the living conditions of the population in the Project Direct Impact Area (PDIA). Beneficiaries The economic and social benefits concern directly or indirectly all the users of the Trans-Sahara Highway, but mainly the inhabitants of the project direct impact area (PDIA) at the Bourem and Kidal administrative divisions (“cercles”). Apart from infrastructure that will be constructed, the project will usher in peace, economic and social development in Northern Mali with Bank support, youth employability through the development and strengthening of existing local very small and medium- sized enterprises(VSME) and women’s income-generating activities. It will also check unemployment and/or under-employment by prioritizing the labour-intensive (LI) approach, training SMEs and fostering the learning of diverse trades. The project’s direct beneficiaries are transport users and the population living in the PDIA.

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