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(R) Second Support of ETSIP 1 DPL (Ln. 75960-NA)


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(R) Second Support of ETSIP 1 DPL (Ln. 75960-NA): The ob-

jectives are to: (a) develop operational tools to facilitate equitable im-

provement of quality general education; (b) strengthen policy framework

in specific areas such as textbooks; and (c) develop operational plans

to improve system internal efficiency. Signing scheduled for 18 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Categor y U. Project: P109333. US$

7.5/9.4/0.0/3.7/1.9/2.5/1.9/4.8/10.3/2.8/0.8 (IBRD/ECEU/GFIN/

GGER/GLUX/GNET/GSPN/GUSA/MSC1/UNDP/ZBIL). Consul-

tants will be required. Ministry of Education, Government Office Park,

Luther Street, Private Bag 13186, Windhoek, Namibia, Tel: (264-61)

270-6300, Fax: (264-61) 253-672, Contact: Sandra van Zyl, Chief Higher

Education Office



Niger

Health and Other Social Services

Second Multsectoral HIV/AIDS Support: The objective is to im-

prove the utilization of HIV/AIDS related services principally by high-

risk and vulnerable groups. Decision Meeting scheduled for 21 June

2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P116167. US$

10.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required. Coordination Inter-

sectorielle de Lutte contre les IST/VIH/SIDA, Presidence de la Re-

publique, BP 1077, Niger, Tel: (227-20) 722-374, Fax: (227-20) 735-934,

E-mail: cislsniger@intnet.ne, Contact: Kadri Mounkaila, Coordinator



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(N) Fourth Development Policy Loan: The objective is to support

the policy reforms to enhance growth and reduce poverty with a fo-

cus on private sector development, rural development, and public fi-

nancial management. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for

15 December 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 50.0

(IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Ministry of Econ-

omy and Finance, Niamey, Niger, Tel: (227) 722-374

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Second Water Sector: The objective is to increase access to sus-

tainable WSS services in selected urban areas, thus contributing to the

achievement of MDGs. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for

16 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 50.0 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services to be determined.

Nigeria

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Scaling Up Sustainable Land Management Practice, Knowl-

edge, and Coordination: The objective is to prevent and reduce the

impact of land degradation on ecosystem services in priority Fadama

landscapes in Borno, Cross-River, and Osun states. Bank Approval

scheduled for 29 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P109737. US$ 6.8 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. Con-

tact: Ms. Tamara Babayan, Director



Energy and Mining

(R) Management of PCBS/POPS: The objective is to improve pub-

lic health and environmental quality by avoiding the environmental re-

lease of PCBs from on-line and off-line electrical equipment and

ensuring sound management and safe disposal of PCB and PCB-con-

taining equipment. Decision Meeting scheduled for 3 June 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113173. US$ 6.3 (GEFU).

Consulting services to be determined. Federal Ministry of Environment,

Federal Min. of Environment, 7th Floor, Federal Secretariat, Phase 1,

Garki, Nigeria Tel/Fax: (234-9) 523-4119

(R) PRG for IPP at Obite-OML 58: The objective is to guarantee

payment for electricity generated and delivered to the national grid (pub-

lic sector entity) by the Independent Power Plant (private sector) at

Obite - OML 58. Bank Approval scheduled for 15 December 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category B. US$ 400.0 (GUID). Consultants

will be required. Implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Petroleum Sector Technical Assistance and Capacity Build-

ing: The objective is to support implementation of the petroleum sec-

tor reform and to build capacity in government oversight institutions

with a view to improving transparency and good governance in the sec-

tor. Preparation scheduled for 1 June 2010. Environmental Assessment

Category C. US$ 50.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.



Electricity and Gas Improvement: The objectives are to: (i) improve

the availability and reliability of gas supply to increase power genera-

tion in existing public sector power plants; and (ii) improve the power

network’s capacity and efficiency to transmit and distribute quality

electricity to the consumer. Bank Approval completed on 16 June 2009.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P114277. US$ 400.0

(GUID). Consulting services to be determined. Power Holding Com-

pany of Nigeria, Plot 441 Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria,

Tel: (234-9) 413-6684, E-mail: maganiyu@nepapmu.org

Rural Access and Renewable Energy Development: The objec-

tive is to enhance access to electricity supplies, primarily to rural pop-

ulation (but also to selected peri-urban clusters with rural

characteristics), through stand-alone off-grid solutions. Preparation

scheduled for 9 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. US$

200.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies)

to be determined.

Finance

(R) Public and Private Partnership Initiative: The objective is to

increase infrastructure service levels and quality through a six year

institutional development and PPPI financing program. The project will

also contribute to strengthened institutional governance over key fac-

tor markets, improving risk and cost determinants. Appraisal com-

pleted on 10 May 2010. Negotiations scheduled for 20 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project: P115386. US$ 115.0

(IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Federal Ministry

of Finance, Central Business Area, Abuja, Nigeria



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Monthly Operational Summary

JUNE 2010

Financial Authorities Strengthening Technical Assistance: The

objective is to enhance financial sector stability and deepen the Niger-

ian financial markets while increasing access to finance for all Nigeri-

ans. Decision Meeting scheduled for 8 July 2010. Environmental

Assessment Category C. US$ 50.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services

to be determined. Federal Ministry of Finance, Ahmadu Bello Way,

Abuja, Nigeria, Tel: (234-09) 234-6940, E-mail: mabdulkadir@yahoo.com

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Second HIV/AIDS Program Development (Cr. 45960-NG):

The objective is to build on the accomplishments of the on-going

HIV/AIDS Programme Development Project in helping the govern-

ment address HIV/AIDS across multiple sectors. Negotiations completed



on 30 April 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 16 June 2010.

Envi-


ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P102119. US$ 225.0 (IDA

Credit). Consultants will be required. National Action Committee on

HIV/AIDS 

(R) Youth Empowerment and Employment: The objective is to sus-

tainably increase access of unemployed youths to entrepreneurial

skills development and employment opportunities for self reliance

and income security. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 9 No-



vember 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 100.0 (IDA

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

termined.



Malaria Control Booster Additional Financing: The objective is to

scale up the original project, successful malaria control interventions

by: broaden the scope and reach from core health systems, demand

side, and communications issues. Bank Approval completed on 16

June 2009. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P115036.

US$ 100.0 (IDA Credit). No consultants are required. National Malaria

Control Program, Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria, Tel: (234-9)

882-1051, Fax: (234-9) 523-5685, E-mail: Central Business Area, FCT,

Contact: Not Available, None

States Program Investment: The objectives are to improve the de-

livery of high impact maternal, child, and reproductive health inter-

ventions. Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 19 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 150.0 (IDA Credit). Con-

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

Information and Communications

(N) Statistics Development Program: The objective is to support

the preparation of the SRF project that will finance the implementation

gap of the Nigeria Statistical Development Program. Decision Meet-

ing scheduled for mid-May 2010. Environmental Assessment Cate-

gory C. Project: P119872. US$ 21.0 (SRTF). Consulting services and

implementing agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Growth Employment and Markets in States (GEMS): The ob-

jective is to support: (a) infrastructure financing, (b) value chain de-

velopment, and (c) State government fiscal management reform. Bank

Approval scheduled for 28 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. Project: P103499. US$ 160.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will

be required. Participating State Governments, Federal Ministry of

Commerce and Industr, Old Federal Secretariat, Nigeria 

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(R) Lagos State Development: The objective is to support the La-

gos State Government in reducing poverty and inequality by boosting

non-oil growth and employment through policy and institutional reforms

aimed at maintaining fiscal sustainability, improving the quality of

spending, and strengthening the investment climate. Negotiations

scheduled for 27 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category U.

Project: P117237. US$ 200.0 (IDA Credit). No consultants are required.

Lagos State Government (LMDGP PCU), 347 B. Odusami St. off Wem-

pco Rd., Ogba, Nigeria, Tel: (234-1) 897-6433 

(R) State Expenditure Effectiveness for Opportunities and Re-

sults: The objective is to improve effectiveness in key public expen-

diture management systems and create opportunities for improved

service delivery in the participating states. Decision Meeting sched-

uled for 29 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P121455. US$ 200.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.



Second State Governance and Capacity Building: The objective

is to enhance efficiency and accountability in the management of fi-

nancial and human resources in participating states. Bank Approval

scheduled for 27 May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P097026. US$ 120.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required.

Federal Ministry of Finance, Central Business Area, Garki, Abuja,

Nigeria, Tel: (234-09) 627-0324, Contact: Steve Aborishade, Director

Assistant



Transportation

(R) Second Rural Access and Mobility: The objective is to support

the improvement of rural access and mobility in the participating

States by: (a) providing improved all-weather access road networks in

selected and prioritized rural development areas; and (b) supporting

the institutional reform in the transport sector in the states to improve

management of the state-wide road network. Appraisal scheduled for



23 January 2012.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P095003. US$ 100.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be deter-

mined. Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Water Development,

Michael Okpara Way, Wuse Zone 5, Nigeria, Tel: (234-09) 523-8463/66

(R) Urban Transport: The objectives are to improve the capacity to

manage the transport sector in the Lagos Metropolitan area and en-

hance efficiency and effectiveness of the public transport network. Bank

Approval scheduled for 29 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory A. Project: P114762. US$ 4.5 (GEFU). Consultants will be re-

quired. Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authorith (LAMATA),

Block C, 2nd Floor, Motorway Center 1, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State, La-

gos, Nigeria, Tel: (234-1) 270-2778, Fax: (234-1) 270-2784, E-mail:

dmobereola@lamata-ng.com, Contact: Elvin Rustamov, PIU Director

Lagos Urban Transport Phase 2: The objective is to assist the

states of Lagos and Kano to better manage urban transport and roads.

Bank Approval scheduled for 27 May 2010. Environmental Assess-

ment Category B. Project: P112956. US$ 190.0/100.0 (IDA Credit/

FRDE). Consultants will be required. Lagos Metropolitan Area Trans-

port Authorith (LAMATA), Block C, 2nd Floor, Motorway Center 1,

Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State, Lagos, Nigeria, Tel: (234-1) 270-2778, Fax:

(234-1) 270-2784, E-mail: dmobereola@lamata-ng.com, Contact: Dayo

Mobereola, Managing Director

Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

(R) First Urban Water Sector Additional Financing: The objec-

tives are to: (a) improved reliability and financial viability of selected

urban water Utilities in Kaduna, Ogun and Enugu States; and (b) in-

creased access to piped water network in selected urban cities (Kaduna,

Kafanchan, Zankwo, Saminaka, Zaria, Enugu, Nsukka, Abeokuta, Ijebu-

Ode, Sagamu, Ogere, Ifo Akinshinde and Apoje). Project Concept Note



completed on 22 April 2010. Negotiations scheduled for 20 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category C. US$ 80.0 (IDA Credit). No con-

sultants are required. Contact: Elvin Rustamov, PIU Director

(R) Second National Urban Water Sector Reform Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective is to continue the Cross River implementation

of water supplies for three towns: Ikom, Obudu and Ogoja. Negotia-



tions completed on 28 April 2010. Bank Approval scheduled for 29 June

2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 100.0 (IDA Credit).

No consultants are required. Contact:

Regional

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Africa   Forum   for   Agricultural   Research:  

The objective is to

align African agricultural institutions at the national, regional and con-

tinental levels with the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development

Programme (CAADP) Pillar IV Framework for Agricultural Produc-

tivity (FAAP) Principles for effective research, extension, training and

education. The loan was signed on 4 September 2009. Environmental

Assessment Category B. US$ 50.0 (CDP4). Consulting services to be

determined. FARA Secretariat, PMB CT 173 Cantonments, Accra,

Ghana, Tel: (233) 2177-2823/779-421, Fax: (233) 2177-3676, E-mail:

MJones@fara-africa.org, Contact: Monty Jones, Executive Secretary

Lake Malawi/Niassa Development: The objective is to improve the

livelihood of people living around the Lake and the natural resource

management in and around the Lake by developing a common approach


JUNE 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

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to the management of the Lake resources and supporting measures

to reduce the sediment and nutrient inflow into the Lake. Preparation

is underway. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113138.

US$ 30.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting ser vices and implementing

agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Second APL (APL-B1) West Africa Regional Fisheries: The

objective is to strengthen the capacity of Ghana, Mauritania and Guinea

to govern and manage targeted fisheries, reduce illegal fishing, and

increase local value added to fish products. Preparation completed on



16 April 2010. Decision Meeting scheduled for 2 November 2010.

En-


vironmental Assessment Category B. Project: P119380. US$ 50.0/1.8/

6.0 (IDA Credit/DFID/GFCO).

Consulting services to be determined.

Ministry of Food and Agriculture, PO Box M37, Accra, Ghana, Tel: (233-

21) 666-567, Fax: (233-21) 668-245, Contact: Ing. Joseph Boamah, Ag.

Chief Director

(R) Second West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program APL:

The objective is to generate and disseminate improved technologies

in the participating countries top priority areas that are aligned with

the region’s top priorities, as identified by CORAF. Bank Approval

scheduled for 29 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P117148. US$ 90.0/19.0 (IDA Credit/GFCR). Consultants

will be required. CORAF, 7, Avenue Bourguiba, BP 48, Dakar, Sene-

gal, Tel: (221-33) 869-9622, Fax: (221-33) 825-5569, E-mail: paco.sere-

me@coraf.org, Contact: Paco Sereme, Executive Director

Enhancing Institutional Capacities Congo Basin: The objectives

are to: (a) strengthen the capacities for Sustainable Forest Manage-

ment in the Congo Basin Countries on REDD issues; (b) help take ad-

vantage of a future, large-scale system of positive carbon-based initiatives

for sustainable forest management for Cameroon, CAR, Democratic

Rep. of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Rep. of Congo. Decision

Meeting scheduled for 16 March 2011. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. Project: P113167. US$ 1.9/13.0/0.8/2.8/4.7 (AFD/GEFU/

WOWL/ZBIL/ZMUL). Consulting services to be determined. Central

African Forest Commission (COMIFAC), PO Box 20218, Yaounde,

Cameroon Tel/Fax: (237) 2221-3511, E-mail: rmbitikon@yahoo.fr, Con-

tact: Raymond Mbitikon, Executive Secretary



Fourth Comprehensive African Agricultural Development: The

objective is to support the creation of a regional institution for South-

ern Africa with the mandate to support and coordinate regional pro-

grams in agricultural research, agricultural extension, and agricultural

training and education. Appraisal scheduled for 22 June 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113629. US$ 50.0 (CDP4).

Consulting services to be determined. FARA Secretariat, PMB CT

173, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana, Tel: (233) 2177-2823/9421, Fax:

(233) 2177-3676, E-mail: mjones@fara-africa.org, Contact: Dr. Monty

P. Jones, Executive Secretariat. Southern Africa Development Com-

munity, Private Bag 0095, SADC House, Khama Crescent, Gaborone,

Botswana, Tel: (267) 395-1863, Fax: (267) 397-2848, E-mail: ptawo-

nezvi@sadc.int, Contact: Dr. Patrick Tawonezvi, Coordinator

Lake Malawi, Nyasa, and Niassa Development: The objective is

to improve the livelihood of people living around the Lake and the nat-

ural resource management in and around the Lake by developing a

common approach to the management of the Lake resources and sup-

porting measures to reduce the sediment and nutrient inflow into the

Lake. Decision Meeting scheduled for 10 August 2010. Environmen-

tal Assessment Category B. Project: P115914. US$ 5.0 (GEFU). Con-

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



Nyika Transfrontier Conservation Area: The objective is to sup-

plement current efforts and financing from the Peace Park Founda-

tions and both Governments of Zambia and Malawi to improve the

management of the Nyika Plateau NP and Mwaza Reserve which over-

lap their respective countries. Decision Meeting scheduled for 9 July

2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P108879. US$

4.8/4.1/3.0 (GEFU/NORM/ZFOU). Consulting services and imple-

menting agency(ies) to be determined.



Southern Africa Development Community Agriculture: The ob-

jective is to generate and disseminate improved technologies in the par-

ticipating countries top priority areas that are aligned with the Southern

Africa Development Community (SADC) regions top priorities. Pro-

ject Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 26 October 2010. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category B. US$ 30.0/10.0/30.0 (IDA Credit/

GEFU/ZBIL). Consulting services to be determined.

West and Central African Council for Agricultural Research and

Development: The objective is to support the implementation of the

CORAF/WECARD Operational Plan which would contribute to sus-

tainable improvements in the productivity, competitiveness, and mar-

kets of the agricultural systems in West and Central Africa. Grant

Funding Approval scheduled for 28 May 2010. Environmental As-

sessment Category B. Project: P112623. US$ 34.6 (CDP4). Consultants

will be required. West and Central African Council for. Agricultural Re-

search and. Development (CORAF/WECARD), 7, Avenue Bourguiba,

B.P. 48, Dakar, Senegal, Tel: (221-33) 869-9618, Fax: (221-33) 869-9631,

E-mail: paco.sereme@coraf.org, Contact: Pacome Sereme, Executive

Director

Energy and Mining

(R) Fourth West Africa Power Pool APL Phase I: The objective

is to establish access to electricity supply for Liberia and Guinea

through construction of a 225 kV transmission interconnection of a

length of approximately 450 km between Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, and

Liberia under this Phase 1 of the APL 4. Decision Meeting scheduled

for 14 December 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Pro-

ject: P113266. US$ 150.0/50.0 (IDA Credit/ZMUL). Consultants will

be required. West Africa Power Pool Secretariat (WAPP), Zone des Am-

bassades, PK 6, 06 BP 2907, Cotonou, Benin, Tel: (229) 2137-7144, Fax:

(229) 2137-7143, Contact: Amadou Diallo, Secretary General



African Rift Geothermal Development Program (ARGeo): The ob-

jective is to accelerate the development and utilization of geothermal

resources by addressing the existing barriers (knowledge and infor-

mation, technical, institutional, financial) to the increased use of ge-

othermal energy in the ARGeo countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia,

Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda). Bank Approval scheduled for 28 May

2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P100203. US$

13.0 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. International Geothermal

Association (IGA), Reykjavik, Iceland, Tel: (354) 588-4437, Fax: (354)

588-4431, E-mail: iga@samorka.is, Contact: Arni Ragnarsson, Execu-

tive Director



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