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(R) Supporting Crisis Response and Policy Development in So-

cial Protection (Ln. 78110-SV): The objective is to support the Gov-

ernment policies to develop a social protection system capable of

addressing short term income and employment needs in urban areas,

while strengthening the institutional capability for medium term so-

cial protection interventions. Signing scheduled for 30 June 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Categor y B. Project: P117440. US$ 50.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required. Fondo de Inversion Social para

el Desarrollo Local, 10a Av. Sur y Calle Mexico, Bo. San Jacinto frente

a ex Casa Preside, El Salvador, Tel: (503) 2505-1200, Fax: (503) 2244-

1370, Contact: Elvin Rustamov, PIU Director



Grenada

(R) Economic and Social Development Policy Loan: The objec-

tive is to help the Government of Grenada manage the global turmoil

and mitigate its impact on the poor by improving social safety nets and

supporting a sustained medium term process of legal, institutional

and structural development that promotes growth and improves pub-

lic governance and service delivery. Bank Approval scheduled for 8



June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. Project: P117000.

US$ 4.5/3.5 (IBRD/IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry

of Finance, Planning and Industry, Financial Complex, The Carenage,

St. George’s, Grenada, Tel: (473) 440-2741/2, Fax: (473) 440-4115, E-

mail: finance@gov.gd, Contact: Lennox Andrews, Project Coordinator



Guatemala

Finance

(R) Enhancing SME Productivity: The objective is to improve com-

petitiveness of micro and small businesses. Specifically, to strengthen

value chains and clusters, improve the legal and regulatory frame-

work for microfinance, improve the supply of business development

services, and promote appropriate technology adoption. Decision

Meeting scheduled for 25 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. US$ 32.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministry of

Economy, 8A Avenida 10-43, Zona 1, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Tel:

(502) 2412-6101, Fax: (502) 2253-1419, E-mail: klorente@mineco.gob.gt,

Contact: Ruben Morales, Minister



Health and Other Social Services

(R) Expanding Opportunities for Vulnerable Groups (Ln. 77830-

GT): The objective is to contribute to the Government’s strategy to in-

crease the use of education, health and rural infrastructure services

by the extreme poor in the most vulnerable municipalities, by boost-

ing their demand for those services and strengthening sector capac-

ity to deliver them. Signing scheduled for 30 June 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category B. Project: P107416. US$ 114.5 (IBRD). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministry of Finance and Economy, 8va

Avenida y 21 Calle Zona 1, 18 Nivel, Edificio Finanzas Publicas,

Guatemala City, Guatemala, Tel: (502) 2248-5001/6, Fax: (502) 2248-

5005, Contact: Juan Alberto Fuentes Knight, Minister



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Catastrophe Development Policy Loan Deferred Draw Down Op-

tion (DDO): The objective is to strengthen the Government’s program

for reducing risks resulting from adverse natural events. Signing sched-

uled for 30 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. Pro-

ject: P112544. US$ 85.0 (IBRD). Consultants will be required. Ministerio

de Finanzas, 8va. Avenida 20-65, zona 1, Centro Civico, Guatemala, Tel:

(502) 2248-5076, Fax: (502) 2248-5084, E-mail: margueta@minfin.gob.gt,

Contact: Mynor Argueta, Jefe Depto. Gestion y Negociacion Coop.

Int.


Guyana

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Readiness Preparation:

The objective is to assist a Participant Country in the Forest Carbon

Partnership Facility (FCPF) to develop its Readiness Preparation Pro-

posal (RPP) to Reduce greenhouse gas Emissions from Deforesta-

tion and forest Degradation (REDD) and to carry out the preparation

activities, studies and consultations in the RPP. Project preparation is



underway.

Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 10.0 (FCPR).

Consultants will be required. Guyana Forestry Commission, Lot 1 Wa-

ter Street, Kingston, Guyana, Tel: (592-2) 226-7274, Fax: (592-2) 226-

8956, E-mail: commissioner@forestry.gov.gy, Contact: James Singh,

Forest Commissioner



Forest, Climate Change and Communities: The objective is to

help improve the livelihoods of forest-dependent communities, while

strengthening the sustainable management of forests, through the

management and marketing of non-timber forest products (NTFPs)

and forest-based services. Project preparation is underway. Environ-

mental Assessment Category A. Project: P116443. US$ 5.0 (IDA Credit).

Consultants will be required. Guyana Forestry Commission, Lot 1 Wa-

ter Street, Kingston, Guyana, Tel: (592-2) 226-7274, Fax: (592-2) 226-

8956, E-mail: commissioner@forestry.gov.gy, Contact: James Singh,

Forest Commissioner



Education

(R) Improving Teacher Education: The objective is to improve the

efficiency and quality of teacher education through reform of the de-

livery of teacher training. This would involve reforming the institu-

tions/programs directed to teacher education including the teachers’

college and University of Guyana teacher education programs. Ap-

praisal completed on 27 April 2010. Negotiations tentatively scheduled

for late-May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C. Project:

P110018. US$ 5.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Min-

istry of Education, 26 Brickdam, Guyana, Tel: (592) 226-3094, Fax: (592)

225-5570, E-mail: moe.baksh@gmail.com, Contact: Shaik Baksh, Min-

ister


Haiti

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Second Rural Community Driven Development PRODEP:

The objective is to scale up the direct transfer of resources to local com-

munity organizations in poor rural communities to improve: (a) their

access to basic social and economic infrastructure and income-gen-

erating opportunities by financing small-scale investments that are

proposed, implemented and managed by community organizations. Ne-



gotiations completed on 26 April 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 27

May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P118139.

US$ 15.0 (IDA Grant). Consultants will be required. Bureau de Mon-

etisation des Programmes d’Aide au, Developpement, Boulevard Harry

Truman, Ancien Immeuble, International, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tel:

(509) 2223-8625, Fax: (509) 2221-2149, E-mail: Lecorpsmichael@hot-

mail.com, Contact: Michael Lecorps, Director General

Education

(R) Education for All Adaptable Program Lending Phase 1 Ad-

ditional Financing: The objective of this operation is to provide an

JUNE 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

PAGE 73


additional IDA Grant in the amount of US$12 million equivalent to

Haiti for Education for All Adaptable Program Grant Phase 1 (P099918/

IDA-H2860). Negotiations completed on 5 May 2010. Bank Approval sched-

uled for 27 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C. Project:

P121193. US$ 12.0 (IDA Grant). Consultants will be required. Minis-

tere de l’Education Nationale et de la Formation Professionnelle, Av-

enue Jean-Paul 2, Pacot, Port au Prince, Haiti, Contact: Reginand Paul,

Project coordinator



(R) Education for All Fast-Track Initiative Catalytic Fund: The

objective of the EFA FTI Cataytic Fund (CF) is to contribute to the

achievement of the education MDGs through the implementation of

the Government of Haiti’s National Education for All Strategy (SNA-

EPT). Signing scheduled for 28 May 2010. Environmental Assess-

ment Category C. US$ 25.0 (EFAF). No consultants are required.

Implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Industry and Trade

(N) Housing Reconstruction Urban Community Driven Devel-

opment Additional Financing: The objective is to scale up the sup-

port to PRODEPUR target communities by addressing the pressing

emerging needs of urban and rural communities affected by the Jan-

uary 2010 earthquake for community-based housing reconstruction

and rehabilitation support. Project Concept Note scheduled for 21

May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 30.0 (IDA

Grant). Consultants will be required. Bureau de Monetisation des Pro-

grammes d’Aide au Developpement, Boulevard Harry Truman, Ancien

Immeuble, International, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tel: (509) 2223-8625, Fax:

(509) 2221-2149, E-mail: Lecorpsmichael@hotmail.com, Contact:

Michael Lecorps, Director General

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(N) Emergency Development Policy Operation: The objective is

to support the economic and public sector governance program of the

Government of Haiti in the aftermath of the January earthquake. Pro-

ject Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 25 May 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category U. US$ 30.0 (IDA Grant). No consultants are re-

quired. Ministry of Economy and Finance, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, E-mail:

mefhaiti@hotmail.com, Contact: Alfred Metellus, Chief of Staff

Economic Governance Technical Assistance: The objective is to

furnish the technical assistance needed to advance good economic gov-

ernance management. Preparation is underway. Environmental As-

sessment Category C. US$ 4.0 (IDA Grant). Consulting services to be

determined. Ministry of Economy and Finance, Port au Prince, Haiti,

E-mail: mefhaiti@hotmail.com, Contact: Yves Clement Jumelle, Project

Coordinator

Honduras

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Second Land Administration Program: The objective is to strengthen

property rights in Honduras through modernization of the legal frame-

work, institutional strengthening and development of a fully-integrated

and decentralized National System for Property Administration. Bank

approval pending Government confirmation. Environmental Assess-

ment Category B. Project: P106680. US$ 30.0 (IDA Credit). Consul-

tants will be required. Instituto de la Propiedad, Anillo Periferico,

Residencial La Canada, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tel: (504) 239-9848,

E-mail: coordinadornacional@path.ucp.hn, Contact: Reinaldo Vega,

Program Coordinator



Health and Other Social Services

(R) Social Protection: The objectives are to: (a) improve the effec-

tiveness of the conditional cash transfers program PRAF to foster in-

vestments by poor families in human capital accumulation; (b) expand

the availability of employment training for at-risk youth and of labor

intermediation services in urban area, and (c) strengthen the institu-

tional capacity. Decision Meeting completed on 11 May 2010. Appraisal



scheduled for 17 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C.

Project: P115592. US$ 40.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required.

Secretaria de Trabajo y Seguridad Social, Edificio la Hacienda, Boule-

vard La Hacienda, Honduras, Tel: (504) 239-6969, Fax: (504) 239-5976,

E-mail: info@trabajo.gov.hn, Contact: Doris Castro, Coordinator



Improving Access and Quality of Basic Health Care Services:

The objectives are to support: (a) the government in expanding and

sustaining the use of basic health care services among rural, remote

and poor populations; and (b) the increase in quality of these services

as measured through the performance indicators. Bank approval on

hold until further notice. Environmental Assessment Category B. Pro-

ject: P112090. US$ 20.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Min-

istry of Health, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tel: (504) 222-8518, Fax: (504)

238-4141, Contact: Carlos Aguilar, Acting Minister of Health

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

Emergency Recovery Credit: The objective is to alleviate a difficult

fiscal position, which the new administration is facing, while the au-

thorities adopt appropriate tightening measures. The emergency op-

eration will finance the short-term costs associated with: (i) central

government outlays on essential goods and services; (ii) health; and

(iii) nutrition. Decision Meeting tentatively scheduled for early-Au-

gust 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C. US$ 80.0 (IDA

Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Finance, Av. Cervantes,

Barrio el Jazmin, Edificio SEFIN, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tel: (504)

237-4537, Fax: (504) 237-5033, E-mail: rsantos@sefin.gob.hn, Contact:

Carlos Manuel Borjas, Vice Minister of Finance

State Modernization: The objective is to improve management of pub-

lic resources by supporting: (a) the consolidation of ongoing reforms

in the areas of customs and tax administration, financial management,

planning, procurement, internal and external control, and human re-

sources, and (b) the introduction of a results-focus in the manage-

ment of public resources. Preparation is underway. Environmental

Assessment Category C. Project: P110050. US$ 15.0 (IDA Credit). No

consultants are required. Ministry of Finance, Av. Cervantes, Barrio

el Jazmin, Edificio SEFIN, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tel: (504) 220-0133,

E-mail: dmejia@sefin.gob.hn, Contact: Daisy Mejia de Erazo, Coordi-

nadora General

Transportation

Second Road Reconstruction and Improvement Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective of the parent project remains unchanged,

namely, to improve the quality of the road network and road man-

agement in support of the Government’s growth and competitiveness

goals. Bank Approval completed on 21 May 2009. Signing on hold un-

til further notice. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P115568. US$ 25.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Secre-

taria de Obras Publicas Transporte y Vivienda, Barrio la Bolsa, Co-

mayaguela, Municipalidad del Distrito Central, Honduras, Tel: (504)

225-170/1968/5122/3588, Fax: (504) 225-2469, E-mail: momartinez-

06@yahoo.com, Contact: Melvin Martinez, Director of Roads



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Reducing Vulnerability Nat Disasters thru Adaptation of Climate

Change: The objective is to support the Honduran government in

adapting on-going programs and policies to reduce vulnerability to

floods and landslides deriving from the increased impacts of hurricane

and catastrophic wind and rainfall events generated by climate changes.

This project is on hold until further notice. Environmental Assess-

ment Category B. US$ 6.0 (GEFU). Consultants will be required.

Comision Permanente de Contingencias (COPECO), Carretera hacia

Mateo, 200m adelante del Hospital Militar, Comayaguela, M.D.C.,

Honduras, Tel: (504) 229-0619/0629, E-mail: gsuazo@pmdn.gob.hn, Con-

tact: Guillermo Suazo, Coordinador



Jamaica

Energy and Mining

(R) Energy Investments and Technical Assistance: The objective

is to support the Government’s policy on energy security, energy di-

versification through renewable energy and energy efficiency and of

reducing cost to end-users. Project Appraisal Document scheduled for



31 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 25.0

(IBRD). Consultants will be required for preparation of renewable,

energy efficiency and natural gas components. Ministry of Energy

and Mining, PCJ Building, 36 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10, Jamaica,

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Monthly Operational Summary

JUNE 2010


Tel: (876) 960-1623, E-mail: halexander@mem.gov.jm, Contact: Hillary

Alexander, Permanent Secretary



Mexico

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Forests, Climate Change and Communities: The objective is

to bolster 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

(R) Programa de Apoyos Directos al Campo (PROCAMPO): The

objective is to support transfers made to producers under SAGARPA’s

agricultural support program (PROCAMPO). Appraisal scheduled for

7 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113764.

US$ 449.7/0.2/0.2 (IBRD/FAOR/IFAD). Consultants will be required.

Secretaria de Agricultura, Ganaderia, Desarrollo Alimenticio y Pesca,

Municipio Libre No. 377, 6o Piso, Ala B, Col. Santa Cruz, Atoyac, Mex-

ico, Tel: (52-55) 3871-7300, E-mail: adriana.herrera@aserca.gob.mx, Con-

tact: Adriana Herrera Moreno, Coordinator

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) 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. Bank Approval completed on 11 May 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: The objective is to support Mex-

ico’s School Based Management program. The 2nd phase (2010 to 2012)

will continue to improve education coverage, social 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

11 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, Co-

ordinador Nacional del Programa Escuelas de Calidad



Compensatory Education: The objective is to improve the coverage

and education performance of high marginalization students in 162 of

the poorest municipalities of Mexico, through innovative interven-

tions and the participation of parents and other members of the school

community. Signing scheduled for 14 June 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category C. Project: P101369. US$ 100.0 (IBRD). Consultants

will be required. Consejo Nacional de Fomento Educativo (CONAFE),

Rio Elba 20, 7mo Piso, Mexico, D.F., Mexico, Tel: (52-5) 5241-7400, Con-

tact: Lucero Nava Bolanos, Titular Unidad de Programas Compen-

satorios


Energy and Mining

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

to the Mexican Government’s incorporation of climate change mitigation

concerns into economic planning. Low-carbon development and the

associated investments in all key sectors, including energy, transport,

urban waste management, and forestry 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 Crédito Público, Pala-

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

México, 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



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

form 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 sched-

uled for 14 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Pro-

ject: 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




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