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Forests, Climate Change and Communities: The objective is to bol-

ster the capacity of the country to develop strategic plans and carry

out community-driven activities for mitigation and adaptation of climate

change within the forest sector in 12 priority states, while fostering their

economic development. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled

for 1 September 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$

76.0/4.0 (IBRD/MSC1). Consultants will be required. Comision Na-

cional Forestal (CONAFOR), Periferico Poniente No. 5360, Esq. Car-

retera a Nogales, Edificio B, Mexico, Tel: (52-33) 3777-7000, E-mail:

maguilar@conafor.gob.mx, Contact: Mario Aguilar, Gerente de Silvi-

cultura Comunitaria/Coordinador PROCYMAF II

Fostering Sustainable and Competitive Production Systems

Consistent with the Conservation of Biodiversity: The objective

is to conserve and protect nationally and globally significant biodi-

versity in Mexico through improving and mainstreaming sustainable

management practices in the productive landscape in priority ecolog-

ical corridors. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 July

2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 11.7 (GEFU). Con-

sultants will be required. CONABIO, Liga Periferico - Insurgentes Sur

4903, Col. Parques del Pedregal, Mexico, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5004-

4958, Fax: (52-55) 5004-4931, E-mail: palvarez@xolo.conabio.gob.mx,

Contact: Pedro Alvarez Icaza, Director General CBM



Education

(R) Compensatory Education (Ln. 78590-MX): The objective is

to improve the coverage and education performance of high margin-

alization students in 162 of the poorest municipalities of Mexico,

through innovative interventions and the participation of parents and

other members of the school community. The loan was signed on 9 June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C. Project: P101369. US$

100.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Consejo Nacional de Fo-

mento Educativo (CONAFE), Rio Elba 20, 7mo Piso, Mexico, D.F

Mexico, Tel: (52-5) 5241-7400, Contact: Lucero Nava Bolanos, Titular

Unidad de Programas Compensatorios



(R) Education Sector Development Policy Loan (Ln. 78870-MX):

The objective is to support the Alliance for Education Quality, an ini-

tiative of the federal government, state government, the national teach-

ers union, and civil society. The loan was signed on 9 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P112262. US$ 700.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Secretaria de Educacion Pub-

lica, Brasil 31, Piso 2, oficina 318, Colonia Centro Historico, Mexico,

Mexico, Tel: (52-5) 3601-1000, Contact: Javier Diaz Parra, Coordinador

de Rels. Internacionales


(R) School Based Management (Ln. 79480-MX): The objective

is to support Mexico’s School Based Management program. The 2nd

phase (2010 to 2012) will continue to improve education coverage, so-

cial participation and educational outcomes. The focus of the 2nd

phase will be to improve poverty targeting and social participation in

school decision-making. Negotiations completed on 14 April 2010.

Bank Approval scheduled for 17 June 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category C. Project: P115347. US$ 220.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be

required. Secretariat of Public Education (SEP), Brasil 31-312, Centro

Historico, 06029, Mexico, DF, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5723-6713, Contact:

Daniel Hernandez Ruiz, Coordinador Nacional del Programa Escue-

las de Calidad



Energy and Mining

(R) Efficient Lighting and Appliances: The objectives are to: (a)

transform the lighting market through a large-scale deployment of

efficient lamps in the residential, commercial and public sectors,

including street lighting; and (b) support to low income households

to replace inefficient refrigerators and air conditioners. Decision

Meeting completed on 14 June 2010. Appraisal tentatively scheduled

for late-June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P106424. US$ 300.0/50.0/30.0 (IBRD/CCTF/PCF). Consultants will

be required. Secretaria de Energia, Insurgentes Sur No. 890, Col. Del

Valle, Mexico DF 03100, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5000-6000, Fax: (52-55)

5000-6245, E-mail: rvelazquez@energia.gob.mx, Contact: Reina

Velazquez Montes, Directora General de la Unidad de Promocion de

Inversiones



(R) Efficient Lighting and Appliances: The objectives are to: (a)

transform the lighting market through a large-scale deployment of ef-

ficient lamps in the residential, commercial and public sectors, in-

cluding street lighting; and (b) support low income households to

replace inefficient refrigerators and air conditioners. Decision Meeting

completed on 14 June 2010. Appraisal tentatively scheduled for late-June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P120654. US$

7.1 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. Secretaria de Energia, In-

surgentes Sur No. 890, Col. Del Valle, Mexico DF 03100, Mexico, Tel:

(52-55) 5000-6000, Fax: (52-55) 5000-6245, E-mail: rvelazquez@ener-

gia.gob.mx, Contact: Reina Velazquez Montes, Directora General de

la Unidad de Promocion de Inversiones

Mexico Estudio para la Disminucion de Emisiones de Carbono

(MEDEC) Low-Carbon Investment: The objective is to contribute

to the Government’s incorporation of climate change mitigation con-

cerns into economic planning. Low-carbon development and the as-

sociated investments in all keysectors, including energy, transport,

urban waste management, and forestry, which will be promoted through

the project. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consul-

tants will be required. Secretaria de Hacienda y Credito Publico, Pala-

cio Nacional, Patio de la Emperatriz, Edificio 12, Piso 2, Col. Centro,

Mexico, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 3688-1438, Fax: (52-55) 3688-1490, E-

mail: carlos_delgado@hacienda.gob.mx, Contact: Carlos Raul Delgado

Aranda, Director de Organismos Financieros Internacionales



Finance

(R) Promoting Trade and SME Finance: The objective is to facil-

itate the expansion of the development activities of NAFIN and Ban-

comext, inter alia products to foster access to finance by small and

medium enterprises (SMEs) and SMEs in the export sector. This pro-



ject is no longer in the lending program. Further reporting will be dis-

continued.

Environmental Assessment Category F. US$ 500.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required. Nacional Financiera, Insurgentes Sur

1971,Col Guadalupe Inn, 01020 Mexico DF, Mexico City, Mexico, Tel:

(52-5) 5325-6000, Contact: Enrique Nieto, Investment Advisor. Ban-

comext, Periferico Sur Num. 4333, Delegacion Tlalpan, C.P. 14210,

Mexico, D.F Mexico, Tel: (52-5) 5449-9000, E-mail: bancomext@ban-

comext.gob.mx, Contact: Enrique Nieto, Investment Advisor



Health and Other Social Services

(R) Social Protection System in Health (Ln. 78600-MX): The

objectives are to: (i) initially preserve and later expand the Popular

Health Insurance’s coverage of people without contributory social se-

curity and (ii) strengthen the capacity of the Commission and State

Health Systems to effectively administer the entitlements of the Pop-

ular Health Insurance. The loan was signed on 30 March 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category C. Project: P116226. US$ 1250.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Secretariat of Health, Lieja No.

7, Piso 1, Colonia Juarez, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5553-0758, Contact: Sa-

lomon Chertorivski, Comisionado Nacional de Proteccion Social en

Salud

Sustainable Territorial Development Policy Loan: The objective

is to increase the access to local infrastructure services and income

generating opportunities in the poorest municipalities of Mexico

through improved territorial planning and local governance, inclusion

of sustainability objectives within local investments, and efficiency

gains in federal spending at the local level. Project Concept Review Meet-

ing scheduled for 1 December 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory U. US$ 200.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Secretaria

de Hacienda y Credito Publico, Palacio Nacional, Patio de la Empera-

triz, Edificio 12, Piso 2, Col. Centro, Mexico, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 3688-

1438, Fax: (52-55) 3688-1490, E-mail: carlos_delgado@hacienda.gob.mx,

Contact: Carlos Raul Delgado Aranda, Director de Organismos Fi-

nancieros Internacionales

Transportation

(R) National Urban Transport Strategy (Ln. 78830-MX): The ob-

jective is to contribute to the transformation of the transport sector

through improvements in the long-term sustainability, efficiency and

quality of urban transport in Mexico. The first stage of this program

would target Mexico City. Another stage would earmark medium size

cities. Signing scheduled for 22 July 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category A. Project: P107159. US$ 150.0/50.0/200.0 (IBRD/ CARB/

CCTF). Consultants will be required. Banco Nacional de Obras y Ser-

vicios Publicos S.N.C Javier Barros Sierra No. 515, Piso 6, Col. Lomas

de Sta Fe, Del. Alvaro Obrego, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5270-1200, Fax:

(52-55) 5723-1535, E-mail: Liliana.Reyes@banobras.gob.mx, Contact:

Lic. Liliana Reyes Castrejon, Gerente de Asistencia Tnica y Proyectos

Multilaterales

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Water Sector Development Policy Loan (Ln. 79450-MX): The

objective is to support the Water Sector policies in Mexico, which will

improve the efficiency of water use, given the current water crisis

faced by the country. Special emphasis will be placed on sector policy

reforms to tackle climate change adaptation issues. Bank Approval com-

pleted on 10 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Pro-

ject: P120134. US$ 450.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Secretaria

de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Blvd. Adolfo Ruiz cortinez

No. 4209, Col. Jardines en la Montana, Mexico, Mexico, Tel: (52-55)

5624-3506, Fax: (52-55) 5490-2124, E-mail: roberto.cabral@semar-

nat.gob.mx, Contact: Roberto Cabral y Bowling, Director General Ad-

junto de Financiamiento Estratico



(R) Water Utilities Efficiency Improvement (PROME): The ob-

jective is to set the foundation for a nation-wide efficiency improvement

program to: (a) assist the modernization of the institutional frame-

work of the water and sanitation sector, and (b) increase the quality

of water, and sanitation services through the improvement in the phys-

ical and commercial efficiency of the water utilities. Project Concept

Review Meeting completed on 8 April 2010. Appraisal tentatively sched-

uled for early-July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Pro-

ject: P121195. US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

CONAGUA - Comision Nacional del Agua, Av. Insurgentes Sur No. 2416,

4to Piso, Col. Copilco El Bajo, Mexico, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5174-4461,

E-mail: estrellita.fuentes@conagua.gob.mx, Contact: Estrellita Fuentes

Nava, Gerente de Planificacion Hidrica

Adaptation to Climate Change: The objective is to reduce vulnera-

bility to the anticipated impacts from climate change in Mexico’s wa-

ter resources, with a primary focus on coastal areas of the Gulf of

Mexico associated inland basins. Bank Approval scheduled for 24 Au-

gust 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P100438.

US$ 4.5/0.7/0.5/1.3 (GEFU/GUSA/JPN/JPPG). Consultants will be

required. Instituto Nacional de Ecologia (INE), Av. Periferico No.5000,

Col. Insurgentes Cuicuilco, Mexico, DF, Mexico, Tel: (52-55) 5424-6400



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Monthly Operational Summary

JULY 2010

Ext.13178, E-mail: jmartine@ine.gob.mx, Contact: Biol. J. J. Martinez

Fernandez, Coord. del Programa de Cambio Climatico



Nicaragua

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Improving Community and Family Health Care Services: The

objectives are to: (i) extend the basic health and nutrition services to

include the services offered in the Community and Family Health

Model among rural, remote and poor populations, and (ii) strengthen

the management and institutional capacity of the Ministry of Health

including improving the rehabilitation of health centers and hospitals.



Project Concept Review Meeting completed on 31 March 2010.

Prepa-


ration is underway. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P106870. US$ 20.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry

of Health (MINSA), Complejo Dra. Concepcion Palacios, Managua,

Nicaragua, Tel: (505-2) 289-7152, E-mail: dgpd@minsa.gob.ni, Con-

tact: Alejandro Solis Martinez, Director General de Planeacion y De-

sarrollo


Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Public Financial Management Modernization: The objective

is to deepen, expand and consolidate the public financial management

reform in Nicaragua by upgrading and redefining scope and concep-

tual model of the Financial Management System SIGFA. Decision

Meeting scheduled for 20 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory C. Project: P111795. US$ 10.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be

required. Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, Edif. Bolivar, frente

a la Asamblea Nal, apartado postal 28, Managua, Nicaragua, Tel: (505)

266-9451, Fax: (505) 266-5633, E-mail: Maria.Dominguez@mhcp.gob.ni,

Contact: Maria Mercedes Domingues, Directora Administrativa Fi-

nanciera

(R) Second Agricultural Technology Additional Financing: The

objective is to improve the availability and access to high-quality seed,

in order to increase agricultural productivity in a sustainable manner

in the medium term. Signing scheduled for 28 June 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category B. Project: P114375. US$ 10.0 (IDA Grant). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Km 8

1/2 Carretera a Masaya, Nicaragua, Tel: (505) 276-0329, Contact: Julio

C. Castillo Vargas, Director General de Politicas



Transportation

(R) Fourth Roads Rehabilitation and Maintenance Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective, same as the parent project, is to ensure the

sustainability of roads improvements and the quality of the road net-

work. Bank Approval completed on 1 June 2010. Signing scheduled for

28 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P119709.



US$ 7.5/31.8 (IDA Credit/IDA Grant).

Consultants will be required.

Ministerio de Transporte e Infraestructura (Ministry of Transport),

Frente al Estadio Nacional, Nicaragua, Tel: (505-2) 222-5913, Fax: (505-

2) 222-3834, E-mail: eat@mti.gob.ni, Contact: Carlos Suarez Matus,

Director UCP, MTI



Panama

(R) Road Asset Preservation: The objective is to improve transport

to markets and social services along selected primary and secondary

corridors, through the preservation of road assets and strengthening

the Ministry of Public Works (MOP) road management capacity. De-

cision Meeting scheduled for 2 September 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. US$ 110.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Ministry of Public Works (Ministerio de Obras Publicas: MOP),

Panama, Tel: (507) 507-9495/6, Fax: (507) 507-9420, Contact: Ivan de

Icaza, Vice-Ministro de Obras Publicas

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Metro Water and Sanitation Improvement (Ln. 78770-PA):

The objective is to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation

services in the Panama Metro region. Bank Approval completed on 18

May 2010. Signing scheduled for 29 October 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category B. Project: P119694. US$ 40.0 (IBRD). Consul-

tants will be required. Instituto de Acueducto y Alcantarillado Nacionales,

Apartado Postal 0816-01535, Panama Tel/Fax: (507) 523-8509, Contact:

Manuel Gonzalez Ruiz, Director Ejecutivo



Paraguay

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Biodiversity Conservation: The objective is to conserve biodi-

versity within the production landscape of the Upper Parana Atlantic

Forest and associated systems. Bank Approval scheduled for 17 June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P094335. US$

4.5 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. Secretariat of Environment,

Ave. Madame Lynch 3500, Asuncion, Paraguay, Tel: (595-21) 615-

806/7, E-mail: gabinete@seam.gov.py, Contact: Juan Manuel Cano,

Project Coordinator



(R) Land Access and Administration: The objectives are to: (a)

strengthen land policy and land institutions, (b) improve land admin-

istration in rural areas, and (c) broaden land access. Decision Meeting

scheduled for 14 September 2010.

Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory C. Project: P099850. US$ 30.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Ministry of Finance, Chile 252, Asuncion, Paraguay, Tel: (595-21) 440-

010, Fax: (595-21) 448-283, Contact: Francisco Ogura, Director de En-

deudamiento



Energy and Mining

Energy Sector Strengthening: The objective is to support the con-

struction of a transmission line from Itaipu to Asuncion as strength-

ening ANDE in loss reduction and other physical investments and

capacity building for the Ministry of Energy. Decision Meeting sched-

uled for 17 December 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P114971. US$ 95.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Im-

plementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Productive Initiatives for Solidarity: The objectives are to: (a)

support small productive, income generating and community devel-

opment subprojects for poor communities; and (b) build and strengthen

capacity of local institutions. Decision Meeting scheduled for 1 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P119225. US$ 10.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Secretaria de Accion Social,

Presidente Franco esquina Ayolas, Asuncion, Paraguay, Tel: (595-21)

496-799, Fax: (595-21) 447-745, Contact: Pablino Caceres Paredes, Min-

istro Secretario Ejecutivo

Public Health: The objectives are to: (a) increase the coverage of pri-

oritized Public Health Programs and improve the stewardship role

and capacity to develop Essential Health Public Functions; and (b) sup-

port Paraguay Health Medium Term Agenda and its objectives to re-

duce mortality and morbidity of high prevalence illness. Identification

is underway. Environmental Assessment Category C. US$ 30.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required. Ministry of Health and Social Welfare,

Brasil 859 e/ Fulgencio R. Moreno, Asuncion, Paraguay, Tel: (595-21)

204-601 al 3, E-mail: uapi@mspbs.gov.py, Contact: Esperanza Mar-

tinez, Minister of Health and Social Welfare



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Second Programmatic Public Sector Reform Development

Policy Loan: The objective is to assist the Government in assuring

continuity of efforts to gradually implement its public sector reform

agenda. Decision Meeting scheduled for 20 July 2010. Environmen-

tal Assessment Category U. Project: P117043. US$ 75.0 (IBRD). No

consultants are required. Ministry of Finance, Chile 252, Asuncion,

Paraguay, Tel: (595-21) 440-010, Fax: (595-21) 448-283, Contact: Martha

Pena, Directora de Politica de Endeudamiento

Peru

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Sierra Irrigation Subsector: The objective is to strengthen the

technical, financial and management capacity of farmers and water users’

organizations in targeted irrigated areas of the Sierra through im-

proved collective and on-farm irrigation infrastructure, improved irri-

gation management practices, and the formalization of water rights.

Negotiations completed on 11 June 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for

JULY 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

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27 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P104760.

US$ 20.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture

through Programa Subsectorial de Irrigacion (PSI), Emilio Fernandez

130, Santa Beatriz, Peru, Tel: (51-1) 424-4488, Fax: (51-1) 332-2268, E-

mail: jviladegut@psi.gob.pe, Contact: Ing. Juan Viladegut, Director

Ejecutivo

Agricultural Research and Extension Adaptable Program Loan

Phase III: The objective is to increase the productivity and com-

petitiveness of the agricultural sector through the adoption of envi-

ronmentally sound technologies. In addition to providing support to

the generation and dissemination of new technologies, the project

will strengthen the agricultural innovation system and its key insti-

tutions. Decision Meeting scheduled for 15 November 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P117336. US$ 25.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture (INCA-

GRO), Av. Javier Prado Oeste 820 San Isidro, Lima, Peru, Tel: (51-

1) 440-4412, Fax: (51-1) 440-4411, Contact: Javier Ramirez-Gaston, Exec-

utive Director

Education

(N) Education Quality Assurance: The objective is to: (i) improve

quality in higher education; (ii) enhance competitively allocated

investment funding for higher; and (iii) improve information and

dissemination on higher education to policy makers, students and

public in general. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15

September 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C. US$ 30.0

(IBRD). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be deter-

mined.


Energy and Mining



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