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Second Abidjan-Lagos Transport and Transit Facilitation Adapt-

able Program Loan: The objective is to facilitate movement of goods

and people along the Coastal Corridor by reducing physical and non-

physical barriers, and reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS. Preparation

is underway. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 77.0 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be de-

termined.



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Gambia River Basin: The objective is to strengthen the man-

agement of the basin’s water resources, biodiversity and environment

by: (a) developing a framework for basin-wide water resources and en-

vironmental management; and (b) capacity building for OMVG re-

lated to water resources and environmental management. Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 2 December 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Category B. US$ 8.0 (GEFU). Consulting services

and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Burundi and Rwanda-Lake Victoria Environmental Manage-

ment: The objective is to prepare a second Adaptable Program Loan

(APL2) of the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project II

(LVEMP II) that includes five basin countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda,

Tanzania, and Uganda. Decision Meeting scheduled for 19 October 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project: P118316. US$ 30.0 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Ministry of Natural Re-

sources, PO Box 3502, Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: (250-25) 258-2628, Fax: (250-

25) 258-2629. Ministry of Urban and Rural Planning and Environment,

Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 222-0626

Rwanda

Education

(N) Skills Development Project: The objective is to support the Gov-

ernment to improve the skills base of the labor force in line with the

Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy growth ob-

jectives. Preparation is underway. Environmental Assessment Category

B. Project: P118101. US$ 30.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and

implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Energy and Mining

Electricity Access Scale-up and Sector Wide Approach (SWAp)

Development: The objective is to improve access to reliable and cost-

effective electricity services for households and priority public insti-

tutions. Bank Approval completed on 15 October 2009. Environmental

Assessment Categor y B. Project: P111567. US$ 70.0/10.0 (IDA

Credit/OPEC). Consultants will be required. Rwanda Electricity Cor-

poration (RECO), B.P. 537, Rwanda, Tel: (250) 573-666, Fax: (250) 572-

976, Contact: Rafique Cassamo, Project Coordinator

Health and Other Social Services

Second Community Living Standards: The objective is to support

the Government social protection and health policy reforms designed

to reduce extreme poverty, initially in 30 pilot sectors, and to expand

access to high-impact health, nutrition and population interventions at

the community level. Bank Approval completed on 16 March 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category U. Project: P117758. US$ 6.0 (IDA

Grant). No consultants are required. Ministry of Local Government,

PO Box 3445, Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: (250) 582-229, Contact: Laurent

Sedego, Minister

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

Sustainable Energy Development: The objective is to strengthen

and consolidate the Rwandan Renewable Energy market. Bank Approval

completed on 15 October 2009. Environmental Assessment Category

B. Project: P097818. US$ 3.8/4.5 (ESMP/GEFU). No consultants are

required. Rwanda Electricity Corporation (RECO), B.P. 537, Rwanda,

Tel: (250) 573-666, Fax: (250) 572-976, Contact: Laurent Sedego, Min-

ister

Transportation

(R) Transport Sector Support: The objective is to support Rwanda’s

economic and social development by improving communication and

reducing transport costs. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled

for 26 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 80.0 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be de-

termined.



Sao Tome and Principe

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Adaptation to Climate Change: The objective is to enable the

Government to implement priority climate change adaptation mea-

sures. Decision Meeting scheduled for 16 September 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Categor y B. Project: P111669. US$

1.4/3.3/0.0/0.7/1.0 (ECEU/GEFU/GPOR/GSPN/UNDP). Consult-

ing services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Health and Other Social Services

Social Sector Support Additional Financing: The objective is to

scale up critical activities in the social and health sectors for greater

impact to better respond to people’s social needs in both the access

and the quality of service delivery. Bank Approval completed on 4

May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113113.

US$ 2.1 (IDA Grant). Consultants will be required. Agência Fiduciária

e Administrativa do Projecto, Largo das Alfândegas, Edifício da Plan-

ificação Econômica, 1E, São Tomé and Príncipe, Tel/Fax: (239) 224-

665, E-mail: afap2@yahoo.com.br, Contact: Alberto Leal, Project

Coordinator



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Capacity Building: The objective is to strengthen the economic,

financial and budgetary management and building up institutional and

legal infrastructure in key sectors such as human and natural re-

sources, environment, and finance. Appraisal completed on 1 June



2010. Negotiations scheduled for 21 June 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category C. US$ 0.8 (IDA Grant). No consultants are re-

quired.

Governance Capacity Building, Technical Assistance PIU,

Largo das Alfândegas, Caixa Postal 168, São Tomé, São Tomé and

Príncipe, Tel: (239) 227-302, Fax: (239) 222-182, E-mail: jorgemene-

zes2000@yahoo.com.br, Contact: Jorge Menezes, Project Coordinator

Senegal

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Food Security Additional Financing: The objective is to alle-

viate the food crisis in rice production and productivity. Signing sched-

uled for 21 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P116301. US$ 10.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. PDMAS,

B.P. 22 579, Ponty, Senegal, Tel: (221-33) 869-6262, Fax: (221-33) 869-

6264, E-mail: pdmas@pdmas.org, eawone@pdmas.org, Contact: El

Hadji Amadou WONE, Director

Energy and Mining

Sustainable and Participatory Energy Management-Phase 2: The

objective is to increase the availability of diversified household fuels

in a sustainable and gender equitable way, and to increase the income


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Monthly Operational Summary

JULY 2010

of participating communities while preserving the forest ecosystems.

Bank Approval scheduled for 24 June 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category B. Project: P120629. US$ 15.0/4.4 (IDA Credit/NDF). Con-

sultants will be required. Direction des Eaux et For, Parc Forestier de

Hann, B.P. 1831, Dakar, Senegal, Tel: (221-33) 831-0101, Fax: (221-33)

832-2789, E-mail: sarr.baba52@yahoo.fr, Contact: Baba Sarr, Director

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Economic Governance (Cr. 47030-SN): The objective is to

help contribute towards improving economic governance through an

enhanced investment climate, and improved performance of the judi-

cial system. Signing scheduled for 24 June 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category C. Project: P113801. US$ 8.0 (IDA Credit). No

consultants are required. Cellule d’Execution Administrative et Fi-

nanciere du Programme Sectoriel Justice (CEDAF), Rue 55 x 70, Fann

Hock, Senegal Tel/Fax: (221-33) 842-7299, E-mail: cedafpsj@yahoo.fr,

Contact: Ahmadou Tall, Coordonnateur

(R) Fourth Poverty Reduction Support Credit (Cr. 47380-SN):

The objective is to strengthen the Government’s policy making and

institutional capabilities by supporting selective reforms to: (a) accel-

erate broad-based growth, (b) improve access to social services, (c)

mitigate vulnerabilities and (d) foster good governance. Bank Ap-

proval completed on 1 June 2010. Signing scheduled for 16 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P117273. US$ 43.0

(IDA Credit). No consultants are required. Ministry of Economy and

Finance, Dakar, Senegal, Tel: (221-33) 889-2118, Fax: (221-33) 821-

1630, E-mail: aliounendong@yahoo.fr, Contact: Alioune Ndong, Ad-

viser


Transportation

(R) Transport and Urban Mobility (Cr. 47370-SN): The objec-

tives are to: (i) improve effective road management, maintenance and

safety, both at national level and in urban areas; and (ii) help improve

safety, efficiency and environmental quality of public transport in the

Greater Dakar Area. Bank Approval completed on 1 June 2010. Sign-

ing scheduled for 21 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category

B. Project: P101415. US$ 55.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required.

Conseil Executif des Transports Urbains de Dakar (CETUD), Route

du Front de Terre, Dakar, Senegal, Tel: (221) 859-4722, Fax: (221)

832-5686, E-mail: cetud@cetud.sn, Contact: Soudou Diagne, Directeur

General. Agence Autonome des Travaux Routiers (AATR), Rue David

Diop-Dakar Fann, Dakar, Senegal, Tel: (221) 869-0751, Fax: (221) 864-

4833, E-mail: ndiaye@aatr.sn, Contact: Ibrahima Ndiaye, Directeur

General


Seychelles

Finance

Development Policy Loan: The objective is achievement of eco-

nomic stabilization and initiation of structural reforms in public sec-

tor, social sector reforms covering health and education, and

improvement of social protection system. Bank Approval completed

on 5 November 2009. Environmental Assessment Category U. Project:

P114822. US$ 9.0 (IBRD). No consultants are required. Ministry of Fi-

nance, Seychelles

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

Second Development Policy Loan: The objective is to support Sey-

chelles economic reforms on public administration and private sector

development. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for mid-

June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P120947.

US$ 9.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required for private sector de-

velopment policy dialogue needed during preparation. Implementing

agency(ies) to be determined.

Sierra Leone

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(N) Fourth Sierra Leone Wetlands Conservation-GEF: The ob-

jective is to improve management of priority wetland ecosystems as

part of the national framework on conservation in Sierra Leone. De-

cision Meeting scheduled for 12 August 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. Project: P115836. US$ 1.8/1.9 (GEFU/ZBIL).

Consulting services to be determined. Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry,

and Food Security, Sierra Leone, E-mail: majelarnett@yahoo.co.uk

Energy and Mining

Energy Access: The objective is to improve energy access through

generation and transmission and distribution investments. Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 September 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Category B. US$ 40.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting ser-

vices and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Finance

(N) Financial Sector Support Technical Assistance: The objec-

tive is to provide guidance and support to the government of Sierra

Leone to develop its financial sector. Project Concept Review Meeting

scheduled for 22 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C.

US$ 2.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting ser vices and implementing

agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Governance Reform and Growth Credit 3 Supplemental: The

objective is to use Crisis Response Window Resources to mitigate the

effects of the global economic downturn on Sierra Leone and safeguard

growth and poverty alleviation. Bank Approval completed on 11 June



2010. Signing scheduled for 18 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment

Category U. Project: P121056. US$ 7.0 (IDA Credit). No consultants

are required. Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Gov-

ernment of Sierra Leone, Geroge Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Tel:

(232-22) 225-612, Fax: (232-22) 228-355, E-mail: minfin@sierratel.sl,

Contact: Ruphin Bo-elongo, Coordinateur General

Health and Other Social Services

(N) Decentralized Service Delivery Program II: The objective is

to help central government protect and increase transfers to local gov-

ernments, finance gaps for priority activities under the mandate of lo-

cal councils in education, health, water and sanitation and solid waste

management as well as capacity development and improvements be-

tween local councils, citizens and civil society. Project Concept Review

Meeting scheduled for 15 February 2011. Environmental Assessment

Category B. US$ 15.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.

(N) Youth Opportunities Program: The objective is to increase short-

term employment opportunities and to improve employability of tar-

geted youth. Bank Approval scheduled for 29 June 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category B. Project: P121052. US$ 20.0 (IDA Credit). No

consultants are required. Ministry of Finance and Economic Devel-

opment, Government of Sierra Leone, George Street, Freetown, Sierra

Leone, Tel: (232-22) 225-612, Fax: (232-22) 228-355, E-mail: minfin@sier-

ratel.sl


(R) Reproductive and Child Health-Phase II: The objective is to

contribute to the ten year goal of reducing maternal and child mortality

by increasing utilization of a basic package of essential health services

(BPEHS) by pregnant women and children under the age of five and

strengthening the health system. Bank Approval scheduled for mid-June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P110535. US$

20.0 (ACGF). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Health and San-

itation, 5th Floor, East Wing, Youyi Building, Brookfields Bank of

Sierra LeoneBuilding, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Tel: (232-22) 242-

119/240-068, Fax: (232-22) 241-527, E-mail: minhs@sierratel.sl/myke-

dauda2006@yahoo.co.uk, Contact: Dr. Magnus Gborie Mr. Michael

Dauda, Coordinators



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Fourth Governance Reform and Growth-Budget Support De-

velopment Policy Lending: The objective is to support sustainable

development in the context of Sierra Leone’s Poverty Reduction Strat-

egy, following the Second and Third Governance Reform and Growth

Grant. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 16 August 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 7.0 (IDA Credit). Con-

sulting services to be determined. Ministry of Finance and Economic

Development, Government of Sierra Leone, Geroge Street, Freetown,

Sierra Leone, Tel: (232-22) 225-612, Fax: (232-22) 228-355, E-mail: min-

fin@sierratel.sl


JULY 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

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South Africa

Energy and Mining

Eskom Power Investment Support (Ln. 78620-ZA): The objec-

tive is to enable Eskom South Africa to enhance its power supply and

energy security in an efficient and sustainable manner so as to support

both economic growth objectives and South Africa’s professed long term

carbon mitigation strategy. Bank Approval completed on 8 April 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project: P116410. US$ 3750.0/

2000.0 (IBRD/ZMUL). Consultants will be required. Eskom, Megawatt

Park, South Africa, Tel: (27-82) 414-8118, E-mail: penny.herbst@es-

kom.com, Contact: Ms. Tamara Babayan, Director

Sudan

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Southern Sudan Water Supply and Sanitation: The objective

is to increase access to safe water supply and sanitation in all states by

building a sustainable management system and developing the knowl-

edge on water resources in Southern Sudan. The loan was signed on



16 February 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P111061. US$ 30.0 (MDSS). No consultants are required. Ministry of

Water Resources and Irrigation, 11 AXII, Hai el-Cinema, Juba, Juba,

Sudan, Tel: (249-811) 823-557, E-mail: mwri.ssudan@yahoo.com, Con-

tact: Engineer Isaac Liabwel, Undersecretary



Swaziland

Health and Other Social Services

(R) HIV/AIDS and TB: The objective is to assist the Government

of Swaziland in fighting HIV/AIDS by addressing the major gaps in

implementing its HIV/AIDS national strategic plan, particularly in

health system strengthening and HIV/AIDS related social protection.

Negotiations scheduled for 19 July 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category B. Project: P110156. US$ 20.0/18.0 (IBRD/ECEU). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministry of Finance, Finance Building, Usuthu

Road, PO Box 443, Mbabane, Swaziland, Tel: (268) 404-8146, Fax:

(268) 404-3187, Contact: Dumisani Masilela, Permanent Secretary.

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, PO Box 5, Swaziland, Tel: (268)

404-2431, Fax: (268) 404-2092, Contact: Dr. Steven Shongwe, Principal

Secretary. National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS, PO

Box 1937, Swaziland, Tel: (268) 404-1708, Fax: (268) 404-1692, Contact:

Derek von Wissel, Director



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Local Government: The objective is to strengthen the capacity

and resource mobilization functions of the local governance system to

deliver and sustain basic services, in particular to benefit the poorer

sections of the population. Negotiations scheduled for 26 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P095232. US$ 16.1

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Housing and Urban

Development, Mhlabanyasi Rd PO Box 1832, Mbabane, Swaziland, Tel:

(268) 404-1741/43, Fax: (268) 404-4085, E-mail: nkambulep@gov.sz, Con-

tact: Paul Nkambule, Acting Permanent Secretary

Tanzania

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Second Agricultural Sector Development Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective is to: (i) enable farmers to have better access

to and use of agricultural knowledge, technologies, marketing sys-

tems and infrastructure; and (ii) to promote agricultural private in-

vestment based on an improved regulatory and policy environment.



Signing scheduled for mid-June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory B. Project: P120930. US$ 35.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be

required. Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Co-operatives, PO

Box 9192, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 286-2480, Fax: (255-

22) 286-2075, Contact: Mr. Mohamed S. Muya, Permanent Secretary

Education

(R) Second Secondary Education Development Program (Cr.

47480-TZ): The objective is to address secondary education challenges

by designing an optimal and sequenced program to yield a cost effective

model for secondary school expansion while improving education

quality. Bank Approval completed on 27 May 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. Project: P114866. US$ 150.0 (IDA Credit). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministry of Education and Vocational Training,

PO Box 9121, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 211-0146, Fax:

(255-22) 211-3139, Contact: Charles Philimon, Deputy Director, Sec-

ondary Education, Ministry of Education

Energy and Mining

(R) Backbone Transmission Investment: The objectives are to

strengthen the National grid capacity and improve the quality and re-

liability of power supply of TANESCO’s Transmission and distribution

systems, capture the unmet demand and provide wide access to elec-

tricity. Appraisal completed on 19 April 2010. Bank Approval scheduled

for 24 August 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project:

P111598. US$ 150.0/63.2/36.1/134.5/66.4 (IDA Credit/AFDB/EDCF/

EUIB/JICA). Consultants will be required. TANESCO, Ubungo Umeme

Park, PO Box 9024, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 245-1224,

Contact: Decklan Mhaiki, General Manager Transmission



Energy Development and Access Expansion Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective is to accelerate renewable and rural energy

development in Tanzania through an establishment of a credit line

amidst the severe liquidity crisis that is affecting local and regional com-

mercial project financing institutions. Bank Approval completed on 6

April 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P117260.

US$ 25.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry of En-

ergy and Minerals, 754-33 Samora Avenue, PO Box 2000, Dar es

Salaam, Tanzania, Tel: (255-22) 211-7156/9, Fax: (255-22) 211-7790, Con-

tact: Eng. Bengiel. H. Msofe, Director for Technical Services

Finance

Pension Reform DPL: The objective is to support a comprehensive

reform of the Tanzania pension system. Decision Meeting scheduled

for 30 August 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. Project:

P117531. US$ 300.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Bank

of Tanzania, 10 Mirambo Street, PO Box 2939, Dar es Salaam, Tanza-

nia, Tel: (255-22) 212-7952, Fax: (255-22) 212-7954, Contact: Mr. Joseph

Massawe, Director, Strategic Planning and Performance Review

Health and Other Social Services




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