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Gambia - Community-Driven Development Project (Английский)

The development objective forThe Community-Driven Development Project for Gambia is the following: Rural communities, in partnership with Local Government Authorities, plan, implement and maintain their priority social and economic investments. The project consists of the following components. Component 1: The Community Development Fund (CDF) will finance community-driven activities identified on the basis o f a participatory strategic planning process. Component 2: Capacity-building activities will address the technical and fiduciary skills needed at the different decentralized levels to implement local development activities. Component 3: Will support a Project Coordination Team (PCT) responsible for technical and fiduciary oversight o f the project. It will be mainstreamed within the Department o f State for Local Government and Lands (DOSLGL) and its size will be limited to core functions critical to the project's success and for which severe capacity constraints exist in the Gambian civil service (overall coordination, monitoring and evaluation, and fiduciary matters).

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  • Дата подготовки документа

    2006/08/04

  • Тип документа

    Акт экспертизы проекта

  • Номер отчета

    36786

  • Том

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Страна

    Гамбия,

  • Регион

    Африка,

  • Дата раскрытия информации

    2006/09/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Название документа

    Gambia - Community-Driven Development Project

  • Ключевые слова

    Annual Work Plan and Budget;rural local government areas;Environmental and Social Impact;millennium development goal;social and economic development;Participation and Civic Engagement;economic and financial analysis;infant and child mortality;financial management arrangement;social and gender;basic social service;environmental management capacity;medical waste management;safeguard screening category;environmental screening category;local government authority;Standard Bidding Documents;decentralized level;annual work plans;institutional capacity building;flow of fund;construction and rehabilitation;access to capital;fight against poverty;health care facility;health care facilities;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;readiness for implementation;social and environmental;supply of service;learning by doing;Objectives and Outcomes;equitable resource allocation;support Rural Development;net present value;education and health;village development plan;forestry sector;basic rural infrastructure;income generation opportunities;food self sufficiency;disparities in access;Civil Service Reform;access to food;local government policy;local government election;social administration;Population and Poverty;rural area;ward levels;local development;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;extension worker;land acquisition;social screening;community empowerment;administrative structure;community level;productive capacity;rural population;corrective measure;agricultural production;skill need;condition precedent;administrative decentralization;fiscal decentralization;public outreach;field staff;political decentralization;grant allocation;financial resource;long-term commitment;political will;poverty issue;capacity constraint;small Works;rural phenomenon;extreme poverty;financial controller;effectiveness condition;Social Protection;financial procedure;project effectiveness;rehabilitation activities;procurement method;social indicator;intermediate outcome;marginalized group;economic investment;decentralization reform;insufficient funding;procurement activities;governmental agency;procurement function;minimum requirement;managerial capacity;administrative control;administrative matter;local artisans;skill transfer;health outcome;institutional context;Rural Poor;soil erosion;administrative level;natural habitat;cultural property;support worker;settlement policy;decentralization process;institutional environment;village levels;direct intervention;youth representative;monitoring activity;local election;national policy;Public Services;qualified personnel;short-term consulting;field visits;competitive basis;agricultural sector;extension service;poverty outcome;agricultural activity;corrective action;potable water;social integration;community participation;small country;educational opportunity;Health Service;procurement issue;procurement process;leadership qualities;equal access;political context;regulatory body;Regulatory Bodies;technical back stopping;project risk;diverse stakeholder;organizational structure;procurement action;national strategy;local contractor;reasonable assurance;accounting software;community involvement;household livelihood;food stress;non-governmental organization;population estimate;budget allocation;experiential learning;utilization rate;conservative assumption;monitoring compliance;health status;baseline data;food insecurity;participatory assessment;management tool;livelihood security;monetary term;mid-term evaluation;Infectious Disease;project costing;financial datum;local capacity;external support;Maternal Mortality;soil pollution;poverty headcount;demonstration effect;food chain;pesticide poisoning;liquid waste;transparency mechanism;decentralization framework;participating community;comparative advantage;enabling legislation;participatory planning;improved livelihood;rural community;project impact;intangible benefit;Brain Drain;

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