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Armenia - Natural Resources Management and Poverty Reduction Project (anglais)

Ratings for the Natural Resources Management and Poverty Reduction Project for Armenia were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was moderate, the Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and the Borrower performance was also moderately satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: project design should be based on a shared understanding of objectives and outcomes as well as an accurate assessment of local implementation capacity to achieve them. Project design should take into consideration timing requirements if project objectives rely on policy and legal changes, or objectives should be aligned with the existing policies and legal framework if the timeframe is tight. Sustainable natural resource management requires strong beneficiary commitment. Institutional and legal reforms in a sector such as forestry, characterized by multiple conflicting interests, require time and continual oversight. Parallel grant financing from Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) was essential to project achievements; however, its monitoring was complex. Donor coordination and collaboration are essential to tackle complex problems such as illegal logging that benefit from harmonizing experiences and funding potential.

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  • Date du document

    2009/09/10

  • Type de document

    Bilan de fin d’exécution et de résultats

  • Numéro du rapport

    ICR1040

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Arménie,

  • Région

    Europe et Asie centrale,

  • Date de publication

    2009/10/14

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Armenia - Natural Resources Management and Poverty Reduction Project

  • Mots clé

    protected area;Natural Resource Management;sustainable forest management;illegal logging;community forest management;sustainable natural resource management;Participation and Civic Engagement;degradation of natural resource;state forest management;activities of line ministries;small and medium enterprise;trade and price liberalization;sustainable use of biodiversity;economic and financial analysis;effective forest management;institutional framework;Natural Resources;future bank;crop and livestock;legislation and regulation;quality at entry;legal framework;quality of supervision;institutional capacity assessment;national park management;outputs by components;human resource capacity;institutional development fund;adverse environmental impact;park management plan;adult literacy rate;critical natural habitats;poor rural people;geographic information system;flow of good;natural heritage tourism;globally significant biodiversity;degradation of forest;grazing management plan;water collection systems;environmental protection objectives;institutional capacity building;readiness for implementation;natural resource users;protection community;agricultural product marketing;integrate natural resource;Check and Balances;national forest policy;poor rural community;global environmental management;management and administration;international good practice;biodiversity conservation activities;improved land management;watershed management plan;declining soil fertility;indicator species;

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