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Solomon Islands - Rapid Employment Project : additional financing (الإنجليزية)

The objective of the Rapid Employment Project for Solomon Islands is: to assist targeted vulnerable urban populations in the Recipient’s territory to (i) increase their incomes through the provision of short term employment; (ii) improve their knowledge, experience and basic employment skills that are valued in the workplace and society; and (iii) improve their access to services and markets through repaired, more climate resilient roads and access infrastructure. The additional financing (AF) will enable existing components of the project to continue for a further 18 months, targeting communities affected by the floods. Under the AF, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) will pilot a new activity for the improvement and maintenance of urban and peri-urban roads in and around Honiara, to reinstate critical access for small urban communities to the main roads and to basic socio–economic services. This new pilot activity under MID Subcomponent 1A will slightly shift the focus from labor generation through road repair and maintenance activities, to a focus on improving and strengthening the quality of urban and peri-urban roads damaged by severe weather events.


  • تاريخ الوثيقة


  • نوع الوثيقة

    وثيقة المشروع

  • رقم التقرير


  • مجلد رقم


  • عدد المجلدات


  • البلد

    جزر سليمان,

  • المنطقة

    شرق آسيا والمحيط الهادئ,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح


  • حالة الافصاح


  • اسم الوثيقة

    Solomon Islands - Rapid Employment Project : additional financing

  • كلمة أساسية

    Fragile, Conflict & Violence;roads and highway;Damage and Loss Assessment;public private partnership;public-private partnership;health and other social services;Economic Internal Rate of Return;climate change and disaster risk;Grievance Redress Service;health and safety issue;fund expenditure;kilometers of road;short term employment;short-term employment;severe weather events;urban service delivery;capacity for implementation;labor intensive work;number of beneficiaries;safety net program;travel time saving;negative environmental impact;reduction in travel;social and environmental;infrastructure access;improvements in access;quality control mechanism;vehicle operating cost;storm water discharge;basic life skill;grievance redress mechanism;length of road;international cooperation agency;opportunity for woman;increase in income;data on women;long-term climate change;gross domestic product;loss of life;basic social service;cost of goods;source of financing;capacity building program;global financial crisis;present value;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;employment skill;urban population;road work;road improvement;cumulative target;vulnerable communities;community access;road section;drainage system;road repair;access infrastructure;street cleaning;natural disaster;poor community;urban community;pedestrian access;tertiary road;work contracts;vulnerable population;road finance;labor input;street theater;intermediate indicator;weather condition;Proposed Investment;management cost;increased access;Flood Recovery;program beneficiary;sustainable access;spot improvement;gender inequity;Conflict Prevention;Social Protection;emergency response;risk assessment;finance agency;future employment;vulnerability index;main road;heavy rain;beneficiary selection;opportunity cost;climate shock;multiplier effect;wage work;wage premium;work experience;simple procedure;average wage;wastewater generation;high-risk behavior;social safeguard;health outcome;tax revenue;dust level;surrounding community;Exchange Rates;target beneficiary;net transfer;emergency situation;good road;beneficiary group;class size;community grant;road infrastructure;local contractor;public building;road maintenance;road quality;operations analyst;recurrent maintenance;drainage structure;routine maintenance;social cohesion;social tension;employment prospect;reduced poverty;local stakeholder;secondary road;tropical cyclone;monitoring indicator;procurement system;government administration;climate resilience;Consulting services;pilot activities;community spirit;unemployed youth;risk category;poor household;unemployed people;extreme poverty;Financing plans;infrastructure work;exclusive use;disaster zone;rural area;supplementary financing;storm surge;severe flood;subsequent section;rehabilitation need;preemployment training;recovery effort;recovery activity;women's right;community group;procurement file;local market;ibrd loans;procurement arrangement;vulnerable area;affected communities;Conflict Resolution;output targets;job opportunity;job opportunities;job referral;satisfaction rate;vulnerable group;public resource;grant funding;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;brush cutting;pedestrian infrastructure;ethnic conflict;equitable distribution;targeted program;small-scale infrastructure;

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