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Albania - Rural Poverty Alleviation Pilot Project (anglais)

The Rural Poverty Alleviation Pilot Project will help the government begin implementing its rural poverty alleviation program by establishing and making an operational and autonomous Rural Development Fund (RDF) and testing approaches in rural public works and small-scale credit. Within the general objectives of Albania's rural poverty alleviation program, the project will test approaches to the implementation of the program during its first year of operations. It will: (a) create the institutional capacity needed for program implementation by establishing the RDF and training a first group of local staff; (b) develop RDF's operational procedures and mechanisms of technical and financial control; (c) evaluate, design, finance, and implement approximately 142 rural infrastructure projects, and establish and fund some 50 village credit funds; and (d) establish and implement, using technical assistance as necessary, training programs to improve local capacity to identify, appraise, and implement small public works projects; the ability of village credit funds to evaluate and administer small loans, and programs to transfer appropriate technology to farmers and small rural entrepreneurs.

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  • Date du document

    1993/02/02

  • Type de document

    Rapport d’évaluation des services de la Banque mondiale

  • Numéro du rapport

    11405

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Albanie,

  • Région

    Europe et Asie centrale,

  • Date de publication

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Albania - Rural Poverty Alleviation Pilot Project

  • Mots clé

    small and medium enterprise;rural work;water supply and irrigation;rural development policy;rural area;farmer;rural population;basic rural infrastructure;private sector activity;water user association;credit funds;village fund;rural development strategy;small rural towns;infrastructure operation;local public work;small scale credit;local government capacity;rural cooperative bank;rural poverty alleviation;access to bank;Economy and Finance;effect of inflation;private sector credit;private sector loan;water supply system;dimension work;positive environmental effects;integrated rural development;natural resource degradation;income support program;number of beneficiaries;safety net program;system of production;village water supply;roads connecting village;Accounts and Audit;average exchange rate;impact of land;learning by doing;rural development fund;central planning system;unclear land title;centrally planned economy;agriculture and forestry;lack of income;local government system;rural infrastructure maintenance;procurement of equipment;cost of capital;local government reform;mandatory savings account;Water and Energy;mountain area;Rural Sector;small loan;Rural Credit;state enterprises;rural market;state farm;land reform;rural entrepreneur;rural economy;small-scale credit;village committee;transaction cost;subsistence farming;small farmer;local infrastructure;arable land;electrical network;village council;rural public;rural policy;farm building;food need;administrative cost;political interference;land market;Banking Law;banking sector;local culture;private farmer;local traditions;national investment;large loans;credit need;agricultural sector;credit program;standard contract;financial resource;budget resource;Cash Income;industrial crop;food supply;export restrictions;agricultural price;vegetable oil;price control;food crop;forestry product;world market;basic infrastructure;works program;supply response;project finance;business planning;market economics;private entrepreneur;sugar beet;regional distribution;agricultural land;Livestock Production;reclamation program;legal situation;irrigation development;Population Growth;land distribution;market imperfection;agricultural production;agricultural cooperative;heavy industry;coastal plain;agricultural region;donor aid;crop choice;international market;credit scheme;basic structure;urban unemployment;rural commune;expatriate consultants;auditing procedure;price information;dollar price;potential demand;local contractor;transactions cost;local supply;average cost;part-time employment;landless family;monthly wage;operational department;program objectives;project effectiveness;bilateral aid;community organisation;repayment difficulty;rural construction;juridical person;government structure;independent agency;administrative service;quality circle;business training;contractual arrangement;modern management;rural saving;input use;farming method;social pressure;loan decision;credit allocation;land use;informal credit;labor organization;Land Ownership;inflation index;market mechanism;cleaning equipment;farm family;entire investment;compulsory labor;projects lead;wood cutting;Trade Policies;Trade Policy;land area;comparative advantage;rural family;private use;weighing station;adequate facility;village school;physical condition;farm plot;telephone access;farmers uses;live animal;household access;political turmoil;democratic government;basic food;Transport Systems;macroeconomic level;employment market;market chain;food production;market economy;local income;capital asset;social reform;financial evaluation;food processing;irrigation infrastructure;electricity network;environmental concern;physical infrastructure;seasonal road;incentive mechanism;economic infrastructure;electric line;financial solutions;rural life;income growth;finance reform;centralized authority;institutional strength;village levels;financial approach;paid worker;local capacity;financial control;operational procedure

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