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Niger - First Part of the Second Phase of the Niger Basin Water Resources Development Program Project (anglais)

The objective of the First Part of the Second Phase of the Niger Basin Water Resources Development Program Project is to increase access to water for agriculture development and capacity for energy generation in the Niger part of the Niger Basin. There are three components to the project, the first component being institutional strengthening of the Niger Basin Authority, or NBA. This component will enhance the NBA's capacity for project supervision of International Development Association, or IDA-funded project activities and support the institutional strengthening of regional water resources management. The second component is the construction of the Kandadji program energy infrastructure. Finally, the third component is the implementation of environmental and social safeguards, and growth pole community development. This component will support resource planning and community development and provide a number lessons learned and practice on the local development of a growth pole program in a context of: (a) zone experiencing influx of refugees, and (b) a paradigm shift in integration of the benefits of major infrastructure in the local development timely to fully exploit all opportunities.


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    Niger - First Part of the Second Phase of the Niger Basin Water Resources Development Program Project

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    Environment and Social Management Framework;Quality and Cost Based Selection;local development;riparian country;reservoir;Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;displaced person;Technical and Financial Partners;Agriculture;political instability;water storage;water resource;social and economic development;impact of climate change;pest management plan;Adaptation to Climate Change;Risks and Mitigation Measures;agency for international development;sustainable natural resource management;adaptation to climate variability;access to basic service;effect of climate change;French Agency for Development;improving water use efficiency;access to water;transmission line;civil works;dry season;Water Resource Management;river basin organization;irrigation development;development partner;rainy season;cost of energy production;weather shock;Energy Sector;drought;Exchange Rates;resolution of conflicts;resettlement action plan;readiness for implementation;per capita income;debt relief initiative;greenhouse gas emission;cash crop production;access to information;power purchase agreement;livelihood from agriculture;investment and development;human capital development;financing source;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;program of support;Development Policy Operation;economic development opportunity;institutional capacity building;cost of electricity;thermal power station;water for agriculture;agriculture and livestock;concentration of people;economies of scale;sanitation water;regional public goods;Local Development Component;per capita consumption;public sector investment;availability of water;Access to Electricity;national development plan;cooperation and development;Internally Displaced People;rate of deforestation;irrigation and drainage;effects of weather;drinking water supply;flow statistic;food crisis;hydropower plant;surface area;Irrigated Agriculture;cumulative impact;dam;power engineer;condition precedent;Water Management;watershed management;institutional framework;energy generation;annual temperature;domestic production;regional impact;reservoir area;irrigation agriculture;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;environmental degradation;external shock;institutional context;reliable access;procurement process;governance framework;commercial energy;



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