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(R) Wind Power Development: (formerly Wind Energy Scale-Up) The

objective is to achieve increased share of wind energy in power gen-

eration to meet the growing demand for electricity in Egypt while less-

ening the sector’s increasing impact on green house gas emissions.



Negotiations completed on 10 May 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for

15 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113416.

US$ 70.0/150.0/70.0/0.7/0.5 (IBRD/CCTF/EUIB/KFW/PIAF). Con-

sultants will be required.

Egyptian Electricity Holding Company, Ram-

sis Street Extention Abbassia, Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt, Tel:

(20-2) 401-2368, E-mail: kyassin@moee.gov.eg, Contact: Eng. Kamel

Yassin, Executive Director

Fourth Power: The objective is the construction of a new power plant

and associated infrastructure. Project Concept Review Meeting sched-

uled for 30 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 500.0

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

termined.

Kom Ombo Solar: The objective is to support the concentrated So-

lar Power (CSP) plant and associate infrastructure in Upper Egypt. Pro-

ject Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 12 October 2010.

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JUNE 2010


Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 70.0/80.0 (IBRD/CTF).

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



Finance

(R) Third Financial Sector Development Policy Loan: The objective

is to support the Government in implementing the second phase of its

Financial Sector Reform Program, aiming at building a more com-

petitive and inclusive financial system. Negotiations completed on 19 April



2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 25 May 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category U. Project: P120470. US$ 500.0 (IBRD). Consul-

tants will be required. Ministry of Investment, 2 Latin America Street,

Garden City, Arab Republic of Egypt, Tel: (20-2) 405-5631, Fax: (20-2)

405-5635, Contact: H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, Minister of Invest-

ment

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Sustainable Persistent Organic Pollutants Management:

The objective is to assist Egypt meet its obligations under the Stock-

holm Convention for the sound management of Persistent Organic Pol-

lutants (POPs) (PCBs, Dixons and Furans), and (obsolete pesticides

under ASP), and contribute to the sustainable development of capac-

ity for the management of POPs. Decision Meeting scheduled for 25 Oc-



tober 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project: P116230.

US$ 8.1 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. Egypt Environmental Af-

fairs Agency, 30 Misr, Helwan Agri. Road, Maadi, Cairo, Arab Repub-

lic of Egypt, Tel: (20-2) 526-1419/1421, E-mail: maysounali@hotmail.com,

Contact: Yasmin Fouad, Director, GEF Unit



Transportation

(R) Cairo Airport Development- TB2 (Ln. 78510-EG): The ob-

jective is to increase capacity of Cairo airport and improve the quality

of airport services. The loan was signed on 25 March 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Category B. Project: P101201. US$ 280.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required. Egyptian Holding Company for Airports

and Air Navigation, Airport Road, Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt, Tel:

(20-2) 267-0555, Fax: (20-2) 635-0933, Contact: Ibrahim Manna, Chair-

man


(R) Railways Restructuring Additional Financing: The objectives

are to enhance the impact of the initial project on improving the reli-

ability, efficiency and safety of the railways’ services. Project Concept

Review Meeting completed on 18 March 2010. Appraisal scheduled for

7 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 330.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required. Egyptian National Railways, Ramses

Square, PO 11111, Arab Republic of Egypt, Tel: (20-2) 577-1388, Fax:

(20-2) 575-0000

Urban Transport Infrastructure Development: The objective is to

improve the reliability and efficiency of urban transport in Cairo

through implementation of cost-effective and clean technology in-

vestments that support major modal shift from private vehicles and mi-

crobuses to large size. Preparation is under way. Environmental

Assessment Category A. Project: P115837. US$ 150.0/100.0 (IBRD/

CCTF). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Housing /GOPP, 12

Ismail Abaza Street, Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt, Tel: (20-20)-2792-

1514, Fax: (20-20)-2792-1512, E-mail: madbouly@yahoo.com, Contact:

Prof. M. Madbouly, Chairman of GOPP



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Alexandria Coastal Zone Management: The objective is to im-

prove institutional mechanisms for the sustainable management of

coastal zones in Alexandria, in particular to reduce land-based pollu-

tion to the Mediterranean Sea. The project is partially blended with

the ongoing Second Pollution Abatement Project (EPAP 2). Signing

scheduled for 16 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P095925. US$ 1.0/6.6/5.8/7.2/4.9 (ECEU/EUIB/FRDE/

GEFU/JBIC). No consultants are required. Egypt Environmental Af-

fairs Agency, 30 Misr, Helwan Agri. Road, Maadi, Cairo, Arab Repub-

lic of Egypt, Tel: (20-2) 526-1419/1421, E-mail: maysounali@hotmail.com,

Contact: Ahmed Hegazy, Environmental Quality Sector Head, and

EPAP 2 Director



(R) Sanitation: The objective is to contribute to sustainable im-

provement in (i) sanitation and environmental conditions for the res-

ident communities, and (ii) water quality in the selected drainage

basins within the served areas. Signing scheduled for 22 June 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category C. US$ 9.5 (SPTF). No consultants

are required.

Holding Company for Water and Waste Water (HCWW),

1200 Corniche El Nile, Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt, Fax: (20-2) 458-

3884, Contact: Eng. Mounir Hosny, Director, Project Implementation

Unit

Municipal Solid Waste Management: The objective is to support

the Government of Egypt for the development and the reform of mu-

nicipal solid waste sector. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled

for 1 March 2011. Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 50.0

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

termined.



Second Integrated Sanitation and Sewage Infrastructure: The ob-

jective is to sustain and improve the sanitation and environmental con-

ditions for targeted rural communities and improved water quality

and reduced organic load in selected drainage basins within served

areas (provisional). Decision Meeting scheduled for 25 October 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P120161. US$ 200.0

(IBRD). Consulting services to be determined. Holding Company for

Water and Waste Water (HCWW), 1200 Corniche El Nile, Cairo, Arab

Republic of Egypt, Fax: (20-2) 458-3884, Contact: Eng. Mounir Hosny,

Director, Project Implementation Unit



Iraq

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Emergency Irrigation and Drainage Infrastructure Rehabilita-

tion: The objective is to assist the Government for rehabilitating irri-

gation and drainage networks and dams as well as improving water

resource management. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for

15 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 50.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required. Ministry of Water Resources, Palestine

Street, Baghdad, Iraq, Tel: (964-1) 772-0240, Fax: (964-1) 774-0672, E-

mail: waterresmin@yahoo.co.uk, Contact: H. E. Dr. Latif Rashid, Min-

ister


Jordan

Education

Higher Education Reform for Knowledge Economy: The objec-

tives are to: (a) improve the Government’s capacity to diversify and im-

prove financing mechanisms to universities; and (b) strengthen the

management and efficacy of the sector by aligning the roles, missions

and responsibilities of various governance bodies to the new strategy

objectives. This project is on hold until further notice. Environmental

Assessment Category C. Project: P102487. US$ 25.0/30.0 (IBRD/ZBIL).

No consultants are required. Project Development Unit, Ministry of

Higher Education and Scientific Research, PO Box 138, Amman, Jor-

dan, Tel: (962-6) 535-0967, Fax: NA, E-mail: khasafyz@mohe.gov.jo., Con-

tact: Dr. Fayez Khasawneh, Project Director

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Private Participation in Infrastructure: The objective is to es-

tablish a public-private partnership fund to resolve capital market fail-

ures in the financing of infrastructure and social services in Jordan.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 10 May 2011. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. US$ 20.0 (IBRD). Consulting ser-

vices to be determined. Executive Privatization Commission, Abdel

Haleem Al-Keylani Street, Shemisani West, Amman, Jordan, Tel: (962-

6) 567-8451, Fax: (962-6) 462-6254, E-mail: info@epc.gov.jo, Contact: H.E.

Eng. Abdel-Rahman El-Khatib, Chairman

Lebanon

Education

(R) Education Reform for Quality Schools: The objective is to

support the National Education Strategy in Lebanon, aiming at the cre-

ation of a national school improvement program which can implement

the different reform programs contemplated in the Strategy. Preappraisal



completed on 30 April 2010. Decision Meeting scheduled for 23 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P118187. US$ 35.0



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Monthly Operational Summary

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(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Education and

Higher Education, Lebanon, Tel: (961-1) 789-723, Fax: (961-1) 789-724

(Ext. 30)

Industry and Trade

(R) Cultural Heritage Additional Financing: The objectives are: (a)

rehabilitation of historic city centers and urban infrastructure im-

provements; (b) archeological sites conservation and management; and

(c) institutional strengthening. Project Concept Review Meeting sched-

uled for 10 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$

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

determined.

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Greater Beirut Water Supply: The objectives are to: (a) meet the

immediate and pressing demand of potable water in the Greater Beirut

Region; (b) alleviate chronic water shortages in the low-income South-

ern Beirut suburbs; and (c) strengthen the operational and financial

capacity of the Beirut Mount Lebanon Water Authority. Decision Meet-

ing scheduled for 22 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

A. Project: P103063. US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR), Beirut, Lebanon,

Tel: (961-1) 980-099, Fax: (961-1) 981-282, Contact: Nabil Al Jisr, Pres-

ident


Morocco

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Oum er Rbia Basin Irrigated Agriculture Modernization: The ob-

jective is to increase the economic value of irrigation water while

putting in place conditions for more sustainable water management in

the basin. Bank Approval scheduled for 27 May 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category B. Project: P093719. US$ 70.0 (IBRD). Consul-

tants will be required. Ministere de l’Agriculture, du Developpement

Rural et des Peches Maritimes, Ave. Mohamed V, Quartier Adminis-

tratif, Place Abdellah Chefchaouni, BP 607, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-

537) 760-102, 661-487, Fax: (212-537) 763-878, Contact: M. Mohamed

Elyazghi, Minister



(R) Support Plan Maroc Vert: The objective is to support the re-

gional development plans in reconversion or aggregation, and pro-

ductivity enhancement for small scale agriculture. Decision Meeting

scheduled for 15 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U.

Project: P116557. US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.



Climate Adaptation in Agriculture and Water: The objective is to

assist the Government of Morocco in mainstreaming climate change

in the national development planning process. Project Concept Re-

view Meeting scheduled for 15 June 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category B. US$ 4.4 (GEFU). Consulting services and implementing

agency(ies) to be determined.



Education

(R) First Education Development Policy Loan: The objective is

to support the Government’s implementation of its “Education Emer-

gency Plan”, aimed at improving the effectiveness and efficiency of ser-

vice delivery and educational outcomes. Bank Approval scheduled for



8 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P117838.

US$ 60.0 (IBRD). No consultants are required. Ministry of National

Education, Higher Education, Civil Servant Training and Scientific

Research, Bab Rouah, Morocco, Tel: (212-37) 681-509, 687-232, Fax:

(212-37) 772-042, Contact: M.Y. Belqasmi, Secretary General



(R) Skills Development and Labor Market: The objectives are: (a)

improving relevance of higher education, (b) VET to labor market

needs, (c) facilitating labor mobility, (d) improving the impact of

ALMPs (e) and strengthening labor market institutions and M&E.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 1 September 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category U. Consulting services to be de-

termined. Ministry of National Education, Higher Education, Staff

Training and Scientific Research, Bd Bouregreg Tour Hassan, Rabat,

Morocco, Tel: (212-5) 3721-7586, Fax: (212-5) 3721-7585, E-mail:

mahjoub@enssup.gov.ma. Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training,

Quartier Administratif, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-5) 3776-2763, Fax:

(212-5) 3776-8881, Contact: Ahmed Benrida, Director of the Direc-

torate of Employment

Second Education Development Policy Loan: The objective is to

support the implementation of the Government’s “Education Emergency

Plan 2009-2012”, with a view to improving the effectiveness of service

delivery and the quality of educational outcomes. Identification sched-

uled for 1 September 2011. Environmental Assessment Category U.

US$ 60.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of National Ed-

ucation, Higher Education, Civil Servant Training and Scientific Re-

search, Bd Bouregreg, Tour Hassan, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-35)

3721-7586, Fax: (212-35) 3721-7585

Energy and Mining

(R) Energy Development Fund: The objectives are to: (a) increase

investment in generation capacity that emits less CO2 than the current

mix; and (b) increase energy conservation and efficiency in a number

of end use sectors (especially industry and urban transport). Decision



Meeting scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory F. Project: P120166. US$ 100.0/150.0 (IBRD/CIF). Consulting

services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Second Energy Development Policy Loan: The objective is to re-

inforce security of supply, competitiveness as well as institutions to sup-

port policy formulation and implementation. Decision Meeting

scheduled for 30 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U.

US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Finance,

Ministry of Energy and Mining, Water and Environment, Avenue Mo-

hamed V, Rabat, Chellah, Rue Marouane Saadi, Lot Agdal, Rabat, Mo-

rocco, Tel: (212-537) 760-661, 688-893, Fax: (212-537) 764-081, 774-721,

E-mail: Ministre@finances.gov.ma, Ministre@mem.gov.ma

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Health Development Policy Loan: The objective is to support

the implementation of the Ministry of Health’s Action Plan 2008-2012.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 22 June 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category U. US$ 35.0 (IBRD). Consulting ser-

vices to be determined. Ministry of Health, 355 Bld Mohamed V,

Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-35) 3776-1675, E-mail: jhazim@sante.gov.ma,

Contact: Jilali Hazim, Director

(R) Second National Initiative for Human Development: The ob-

jective is to provide continued support to the Government’s National Ini-

tiative for Human Development.

Project Concept Review Meeting

scheduled for 14 October 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 120.0 (IBRD). Consulting services to be determined. Ministry

of Interior, Morocco, Tel: (212-37) 761-690, Fax: (212-37) 760-667, Con-

tact: Nadira El Guermai, Governor, National Coordinator



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Fourth Public Administration Reform Loan (Ln. 78730-MA):

The objectives are to: (a) budget modernization, (b) human resources

modernization, (c) control of payroll and (d) introduction of e-gov-

ernment for services simplification. Signing scheduled for 28 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P112612. US$ 100.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Economy and Finance,

Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-37) 677-266, Fax: (212-37) 677-530, E-mail:

bennani@db.finances.gov.ma, Contact: Ms. Ludmila Burlui, Executive

Director, MEPIU

Transportation

(R) Second Rural Roads Additional Financing: The objective is

to increase rural population’s access to all-weather roads in support of

the first phase (2005-2010) of the Borrower’s program. The proposed

additional financing will permit completion of the unfinished activities

included in the original program and thus allow the original develop-

ment objectives to be achieved. Bank Approval completed on 29 April



2010. Signing scheduled for 3 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment

Category B. Project: P110833. US$ 81.5/81.5 (IBRD/FRDE). Consul-

tants will be required. Ministry of Equipment, Directorare of Roads,

B.P. 6226 Rabat Institute, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-537) 713-247, Fax:

(212-537) 713-259, E-mail: mhammoucha@mtpnet.gov.ma, Contact:

M. Hicham N Hammoucha, Director

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JUNE 2010


(R) Second Urban Transport Sector Development Policy Loan:

The objective is to continue developing the urban transport sector’s

institutional framework, improve the delivery of urban transport ser-

vices, and improve environmental and social sustainability, including

climate change mitigation. Decision Meeting scheduled for 16 June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 100.0 (IBRD).

Consultants will be required for preparation including for environ-

mental and poverty and social impact assessment. Direction Generale

des Collectivites Locales, Ministere de l’interieur, Hay Riad, Rabat,

Morocco Tel/Fax: (212) 5372-15811, E-mail: achadali@interieur.gov.ma



Urban Transport Sector Development Policy Loan: The objective

is to develop the sector’s institutional framework, improve the deliv-

ery of urban transport services, and improve environmental and so-

cial sustainability. Decision Meeting scheduled for 16 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P115659. US$ 140.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Direction Generale des Collec-

tivites Locales, Ministere de l’interieur, Hay Riad, Rabat, Morocco

Tel/Fax: (212) 5372-15811, E-mail: achadali@interieur.gov.ma, Con-

tact: Abdelllatif Chadali, Directeur de la Programmation et des

Equipements



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Oum Er Rbia Sanitation: The objective is to improve sewerage

service and municipal pollution control in seven urban centers of the

Oum Er Rbia river basin, and increase capacity of national operator Of-

fice National de l’Eau Potable (ONEP) to implement Morocco’s National

Sanitation Program. Negotiations completed on 3 May 2010. Bank Ap-

proval scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory B. Project: P098459. US$ 43.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Office National de l’Eau Potable (ONEP), Station de Traitement Akrach,

Route des Zaers, Akrach, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-537) 650-695, Fax:

(212-537) 726-707, Contact: Ali Fassi Fihri, Director General



(R) Regional Potable Water Supply Systems: The objectives are

to: (i) increase access to potable water in rural areas; and (ii) strengthen

water supply capacity to meet growing urban and rural demands, in

the provinces of Safi, El Jadida, Nador and Errachidia. Negotiations com-



pleted on 3 May 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 15 June 2010.

En-


vironmental Assessment Category B. Project: P100397. US$ 175.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Office National de l’Eau Potable

(ONEP), Station de Traitement Akrach, Route des Zaers, Akrach, Ra-

bat, Morocco, Tel: (212-537) 650-695, Fax: (212-537) 726-707, Contact:

Ali Fassi Fihri, Director General

(R) Second Solid Waste Sector Development Policy Loan: The

objective is to support the GoM in implementing its program for the

reform of municipal solid waste sector in Morocco including: (i) en-

hance the governance of the sector; (ii) improve the sustainability of

municipal solid waste services; and (iii) mainstream environmental and

social dimensions. Project Concept Review Meeting completed on 6 May



2010.

Preparation is underway. Environmental Assessment Category

U. Project: P119781. US$ 130.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Ministry of Economy and Finance, Rabat, Morocco, Tel: (212-37) 677-

266, Fax: (212-37) 677-530, E-mail: bennani@db.finances.gov.ma, Con-

tact: Mohamed Samir Tazi, Adjoint au Directeur



Regional

Finance



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