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SME Financing Facility: The objective is to support SMEs which cur-

rently lack adequate access to finance. This project is on hold until fur-

ther notice. Environmental Assessment Category F. US$ 250.0 (IBRD).

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



Transportation

Mashreq Trade Facilitation and Infrastructure Phase II: The ob-

jectives are to: (a) technical assistance to Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan;

(b) feasibility studies in Syria and Jordan for highway projects; (c)

terms of reference for railway and port studies (Requires agreement

with ESCWA, Arab Railway Union, Arab League, etc.); and (d) in-

vestment in border facilities. Prepraration is underway. Environmen-

tal Assessment Category B. Project: P120105. US$ 100.0 (IBRD).

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



Second Strategic Action Plan for Red Sea and Gulf of Aden: The

objective is to conserve and promote the sustainable exploitation of the

marine resources of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden and improve the

socio-economic benefits to the 50 million people of the region. Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 December 2011. Environ-

mental Assessment Category C. US$ 3.0/2.0 (GEFU/ZPCI). Consul-

tants will be required. PERSGA, The Regional Organization for the

Conservation of Environment of the, PO Box 53662, Jeddah 21583, Saudi

Arabia, Tel: (966-2) 652-3224, Fax: (966-2) 652-1901, Contact: Mo-

hammed Badran



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Reg Coordination on Improved Water Res. Mgt. and Capacity

with NASA: The objective is to help water managers in countries

around the Mediterranean sea and across the Arab world better un-

derstand water availability and consumption using consistent mea-

sures and methods so that data can be compared across countries.



Decision Meeting scheduled for 23 August 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category C. US$ 5.6 (GEFU). Consulting services and im-

plementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Syrian Arab Republic

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Coastal Rivers and Orontes River Basins Water Resources Man-

agement: The objective is to support the Government’s effort in re-

ducing pollution and strengthening the framework for improved

Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and in reducing im-

pact of climate change on critical ecosystems in line with the Strategy

and National Environment Action Plan (SAP). Project Concept Re-

view Meeting scheduled for 19 July 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category C. US$ 3.1 (GEFU). Consulting services to be determined.

Ministry of Irrigation, PO Box 4451, Damascus, Syrian Arab Repub-

lic, Tel: (963-11) 245-6009, Fax: (963-11) 245-7546, E-mail: gm-gcwr@

mail.sy, Contact: Eng. Hussein Makhlouf, Director General



Tunisia

(R) Agriculture Policy Modernization: The objective is to improve

farm incomes and the productivity of agricultural water use. Pending



official request from the Government.

Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. US$ 50.0 (IBRD). Consulting services to be determined.

Ministry of Agriculture and Hydraulic Resources (MARH), 30 rue

Alain Savary, 1002 Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 842-687, Fax: (216-71)

784-447, Contact: Ali Aydi, Director General



(R) Second Natural Resources Management: The objectives are

to: (a) progress towards the greater objectives of SAP-MED to reduce

land-based sources of pollution discharging in the Mediterranean Sea;

(b) optimize the use of Tunisia’s water resources; and (c) contribute

to the reduction of land degradation and climate vulnerability of key

productive sectors in arid agricultural lands. Negotiations completed on



13 May 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental

Assessment Category B. Project: P112568. US$ 9.7 (GEFU). Consul-

tants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture and Hydraulic Resources

(MARH), 30 rue Alain Savary, 1002 Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 842-

687, Fax: (216-71) 784-447, Contact: Ms. Ludmila Burlui, Executive Di-

rector, MEPIU

(R) Second Natural Resources Management: The objective is to

promote an integrated community-based approach to sustainable rural

development and management of natural resources, including climate

change adaptation. Negotiations completed on 3 May 2010. Bank Ap-



proval scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory B. Project: P086660. US$ 36.1 (IBRD). Consultants will be required.

Ministry of Agriculture, Direction general du Financement (DGFIOP),

30 rue Alain Savary, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-1) 842-687, Fax: (216-1)

784-447, Contact: Abdallah Mallek, Director General



Education

(R) Vocational Training and Technical Education Modernization:

The objective is to support implementation of the Presidential Program

for Vocational Training and Technical Education. Preparation sched-

uled for 5 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P120542. US$ 65.0 (IBRD). Consulting services to be determined.

JUNE 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

PAGE 63


Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment, 10 Boulevard Ouled

Haffouz, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 791-331, Fax: (216-71) 794-615,

E-mail: relation-citoyen@mfpe.gov.tn

Energy and Mining

(N) Energy Efficiency and Biomass (EE Investment Scale up):

The objectives are to provide a Technical Assistance to World Bank’s

Energy Efficiency Credit Line’s project counterparts and help to de-

sign and implement a biomass action plan (co-financing and studies),

jointly with dissemination and communication activities on biomass po-

tential in Tunisia. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 15

June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 2.5 (GEFU).

Consulting services to be determined. Agence Nationale de la Maitrise

de l’Energie (ANME), 3 rue 8000, Monplaisir, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel:

(216-71) 787-700, Fax: (216-71) 784-624, E-mail: boc@anme.nat.tn, Con-

tact: Kawther Lihidheb, Director for Industrial Energy Efficiency Unit

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Employment Development Policy Loan: The objectives are to:

(a) facilitate employment through active labor market policies; (b) en-

hance Domestic and International Mobility of the Labor Force; and (c)

foster M&E and dissemination of employment data and mainstream

evidence-based policy-making. Negotiations scheduled for 20 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P117161. US$ 50.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministere du Developpement et

de la Cooperation Internationale, 98, Av. Mohamed V, Tunis, Tunisia,

Tel: (216-71) 892-653, Fax: (216-71) 799-069, E-mail: k.benrejeb@mdci.

gov.tn, Contact: Ministere de l’Emploi et de l’Insertion Professionnelle

des Jeunes, 10 Boulevard Ouled Haffouz, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71)

792-432, Fax: (216-71) 794-615, Contact: Ali Sanaa, Conseiller au cabi-

net du Ministre

(R) Health Services Strengthening Development Policy Loan: The

objective is to improve the quality and efficiency of health service de-

livery in the public sector, particularly in underserved regions. Prepa-

ration is underway. Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 50.0

(IBRD). Consulting services to be determined. Ministere de la sante

publique, Bab Saadoun, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 577-000, Fax:

(216-71) 561-100

Second Cultural Heritage: The objective is to support management

and enhancement of the country’s cultural assets, focusing primarily

on the rehabilitation of historic urban centers. The project will ad-

dress urban planning and land issues and target poverty alleviation and

local economic development. Project Concept Review Meeting sched-

uled for 29 September 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B.

US$ 50.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Culture and

Heritage Preservation, Rue 2 Mars 1934, La Kasbah, Tunis, Tunisia,

Tel: (216-71) 563-006, Fax: (216-71) 560-832, Contact: Boubakar Ben

Fraj, Chef de Cabinet



Industry and Trade

(R) Third Export Development: The objectives are to improve ac-

cess to export markets and finance, and enhance the efficiency and

performance of trade clearance processes including customs operations

and technical controls, thereby making trade logistics more efficient.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 30 June 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category C. US$ 50.0 (IBRD). Consulting ser-

vices to be determined. Ministere du Commerce et Artisanat, rue

Kheiredin Pacha, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 9835-1761, E-mail: Wa-

jdi.Khemakhem@ati.tn, Contact: Monsieur Wajdi Khemakhem, Coor-

dinateur du Projet



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Ecotourism and Conservation of Desert Biodiversity: The

objective is to develop ecotourism in desert ecosystems as a means to

promote environmental, financial and social sustainability. Project Con-

cept Review Meeting scheduled for 15 June 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. US$ 1.3/4.3 (FRDE/GEFU). Consulting services

and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Urban Services: The objectives are to: (a) improve infrastruc-

ture and services in Tunisian local governments and (b) increase ef-

ficiency of public sector management at the local level, and improve

the financial situation of municipalities. Project Concept Review Meet-

ing scheduled for 14 September 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory F. US$ 50.0/50.0 (IBRD/FRDE). Consulting services to be

determined. CPSCL / Ministry of Interior, 9 rue 8451, 1003 Cite

Khadra, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 809-100, Contact: Mokhtar Ham-

mami, Director Geneneral

Transportation

(R) Fourth Northwest Mountainous and Forested Areas De-

velopment: The objective is to follow-up on the Third North West Moun-

tainous and Forested Areas Project. Decision Meeting scheduled for



22 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P119140.

US$ 48.0 (IBRD). Consulting services to be determined. ODESY-

PANO (Northwest Sylvo-pastoral Development Office under MAHRP),

Tunisia, Tel: (216-78) 451-198, Fax: (216-78) 454-718, E-mail: Dgle.odesy-

pano@email.ati.tn, Contact: Dellai Houcine, Director General



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) Managing Healthcare Waste and PCBs: The objectives are

to help strengthen the healthcare waste management system in

Tunisia, and contribute to the implementation of its persistent Organic

Pollutants (POPs) National Implementation Plan. Decision Meeting



scheduled for 1 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. US$

5.5 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. Agence Nationale de Ges-

tion des Dechets (ANGed), 6 Rue Al amine Al Abbassi, 1002 Tunis,

le Belvedere, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 847-493, E-mail: dg@anged.

nat.tn, Contact: Mr. Mounir Ferchichi, General Director



(R) Northern Tunis Wastewater: The objective is to finance addi-

tional infrastructure which allow increasing the reuse of treated waste-

water in agriculture, thereby reducing treated wastewater discharge

from Greater Tunis into the Gulf of Tunis, an environmentally sensi-

tive area of the Mediterranean Sea. Negotiations completed on 3 May

2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental As-

sessment Category A. Project: P118131. Consultants will be required.

Office National de l Assainissement (ONAS), 32 rue Hedi Nouira, Tu-

nis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 343-200, Fax: (216-71) 350-411, Contact: M.

Attia, CEO



(R) Northern Tunis Wastewater Treatment: The objectives are to:

(i) provide an environmentally safe disposal system for the treated waste-

water which will not be reused in agriculture in the North of Tunis;

and (ii) increase the quantity and quality of treated wastewater made

available to farmers to encourage its reuse in agriculture in the Borj

Touil area. Negotiations completed on 3 May 2010. Bank Approval



scheduled for 15 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A.

Project: P117082. US$ 52.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Of-

fice Natinale de l’Assainissement (ONAS), 32, Rue Hedi Nouira, Tu-

nis, Tunisia, Tel: (216-71) 343-200, Fax: (216-71) 350-411, E-mail: PDG@

onas.nat.tn, Contact: M. Attia, CEO



West Bank and Gaza

Education

(R) Teacher Education Improvement Program: The objective is

to improve the quality of teacher education in Palestine and in doing

so to contribute to enhancing students’ learning. Bank Approval sched-

uled for 24 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C. Pro-

ject: P111394. US$ 5.0 (SPF). Consultants will be required to assist the

Ministry of Education and Higher Education and Teacher Education

Institutions (TEI) design programs to help improve the curriculum of

TEIs, the skills and competencies of the teaching staff, and strength-

ening school experience for student teachers. Ministry of Education

and Higher Education, PO Box 576, West Bank and Gaza, Tel: (972-

2) 298-3254, Fax: (972-2) 298-3299, E-mail: basrimoe@palnet.com, Con-

tact: Basri Saleh, Assistant Deputy Minister



Energy and Mining

Scaling Up Renewable Energy: The objective is to: (a) assist the Pales-

tinian Authority in developing renewable energy resources to increase

the security and diversity of the supply; and (b) focus on the develop-

ment of a concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Jericho. Project Con-

cept Review Meeting scheduled for 30 July 2010. Environmental

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Monthly Operational Summary

JUNE 2010


Assessment Category B. US$ 10.0 (SPF). Consulting services and im-

plementing agency(ies) to be determined.



Health and Other Social Services

(R) Global Food Price Crisis Response-Social Safety Net Reform

Additional Financing: The objectives are to: (i) mitigate the impact

of the continued socio-economic crisis on a subset of the poorest and

most vulnerable households; and (ii) strengthen the Ministry of So-

cial Affairs’ institutional capacity to manage cash transfer programs.



The loan was signed on 18 April 2010.

Environmental Assessment

Category C. Project: P117320. US$ 3.4 (SPF). No consultants are re-

quired. Ministry of Social Affairs, Ramallah, West Bank and Gaza, Tel:

(970-2) 240-5660, Fax: (970-2) 240-5642, E-mail: info@mosa.gov.ps,

Contact: Laurent Sedego, Minister



(R) Second Palestinian Non-Governmental III Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective is to finance social services for the poor, vul-

nerable, or those affected by the deteriorating socio-economic conditions

in Gaza. Negotiations completed on 6 May 2010. Bank Approval sched-

uled for 24 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P117444. US$ 6.0/2.0 (FRDE/SPF). Consultants will be required. NGO

Development Center, PO Box 25091, Shu’fat, Jerusalem, West Bank

and Gaza, Tel: (972-2) 234-7771, Fax: (972-2) 234-7776, E-mail: ghas-

san@pno-project.org, Contact: Ghassan Kasabreh, Director



Pilot Conditional Cash Transfer: The objective is to support the Pales-

tinian Authority in the establishment of a fiscally sound conditional cash

transfer program that is sustainable. Identification scheduled for 31 May

2010. Environmental Assessment Category C. US$ 10.0 (SPF). Con-

sulting services to be determined. Ministry of Social Affairs, Ramal-

lah, West Bank, West Bank and Gaza, Tel: (972-2) 295-1425, Fax: (972-2)

290-0990, Contact: Laurent Sedego, Minister

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Capacity-Building for Palestinian Economic and Regulatory

Institutions: The objective is to build the capacity of leading eco-

nomic and regulatory institutions in order to support the implemen-

tation of the Palestinian Reform and Development Plan. Negotiations

completed on 4 May 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 24 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C. Project: P118560. US$ 3.7

(SPF). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Finance, Ramallah, West

Bank, West Bank and Gaza, Tel: (972-2) 400-650, Fax: (972-2) 400-595,

E-mail: mofird@palnet.com, Contact: Mazen Jadallah, Director General

(R) Third Palestinian Reform and Development Plan: The ob-

jective is to continue supporting the Palestinian Authority in imple-

menting its Palestinian Reform and Development Plan, in particular,

to maintain and strengthen efforts to improve the fiscal position and

public financial management. Project Concept Review Meeting sched-

uled for 16 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. US$

40.0 (SPF). No consultants are required. Ministry of Finance, Ramal-

lah, West Bank, West Bank and Gaza, Tel: (972-2) 400-650, Fax: (972-

2) 400-595, E-mail: mofird@palnet.com, Contact: Mazen Jadallah,

Director General



Second Land Administration: The objective is to establish a sus-

tainable, efficient, and transparent land registration system in the pro-

ject areas. Decision Meeting scheduled for 24 May 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category C. US$ 3.0 (SPF). Consultants will be required.

Palestinian Land Authority, Rimal Street, Gaza, West Bank and Gaza

Tel/Fax: (970-8) 288-0131, E-mail: land@gov.ps, Contact: Nadim

Barameh, Chairman

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Emergency Capacity Building Palestinian Water Authority: The

objective is to address strategic capacity building and technical assis-

tance needs of the West Bank and Gaza water sector. It will focus on

the Palestinian Water Authority’s capacity to plan, support, and regu-

late the development of the water sector. Decision Meeting sched-

uled for 1 September 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C.

US$ 3.0 (SPF). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to

be determined.



(R) Second North Gaza Emergency Sewerage Treatment Plant

Additional Financing: The objective is to bridge the financing gap,

created by costs overruns, to complete the construction of the waste-

water treatment plant under Part B of the project. Appraisal scheduled

for 24 May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. Project:

P117446. US$ 7.0 (SPF). Consultants will be required. Palestinian Wa-

ter Authority, Al Wehda Street - Shaath Bldg., Ramallah, WBG, West

Bank and Gaza, Tel: (972-8) 282-7409, Fax: (972-8) 282-6630, E-mail:

sali@pwa-gpmu.org, Contact: Sadi Ali, Project Manager



(R) West Bank Wastewater Management: The objective is to install

wastewater collection, treatment and reuse facilities in the Hebron

governorate, with indicative sites already identified in urban centers

surrounding the city of Hebron (Bani Naim, Ad Dahiriyiah). Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 17 June 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category A. US$ 15.0 (SPF). Consulting services and im-

plementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Republic of YemenRepublic of Yemen

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Agro-biodiversity and Adaptation: The objective is to enhance cop-

ing strategies for adaptation to climate change for farmers who rely

on rainfed agriculture in the Yemen highlands, through the conservation

and utilization of biodiversity important to agriculture (particularly

the local land races and their wild relatives) and associated local tra-

ditional knowledge. Bank Approval scheduled for 27 May 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P103922. US$ 4.0/0.6

(GEFU/PHRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture

and Irrigation, PO Box 2805, Zira’ah Street, Republic of YemenRe-

public of Yemen, Tel: (967-1)-450-075, Fax: (967-1) 532-557, E-mail:

ralp@yemen.net.y, Contact: Dr. Bilquis, Project Coordinator

Climate Resilient Integrated Coastal Zone Management: The ob-

jective is to assist Yemen in adapting to the impact of climate change

in the coastal zone of the Gulf of Aden, currently linked to the ongo-

ing Fisheries Resources Conservation Management Project. Project

Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 16 August 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Category B. Project: P115001. US$ 4.5 (GEFU).

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

Subsidy Reform Development Policy: The objective is to improve

the reliability and efficiency of the Yemen mass transit system. Pro-

ject Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 27 September 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category B. US$ 15.0 (IDA Grant). Consulting

services and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Education

(R) Fourth Social Fund for Development (Cr. H5480-RY): The

objectives are to: (a) improve access to basic services; (b) enhance eco-

nomic opportunities; and (c) reduce the vulnerability of the poor. Sign-

ing scheduled for 27 May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

B. Project: P117949. US$ 60.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required.

Impact evaluation during implementation. Social Fund for Development,

Faj Attan, PO Box 15485, Sana’a, Republic of YemenRepublic of Yemen,

Tel: (967-1) 449-671, E-mail: lamis@sfd-yemen.org




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