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Yemen Arab Republic - Taiz Flood Disaster Prevention and Municipal Development Project (الإنجليزية)

This project will provide protection of public and private properties against economic losses due to flooding, and will reduce the risk of loss of human life. The primary objective is to provide the city of Taiz with essential flood control works. Other objectives include : a) implementing a project cost recovery mechanism at a municipal level; b) promoting implementation of a national municipal resource mobilization policy; and c) further strengthening the institutional capabilities of MRH and its main branch offices. Project components are the following : 1) flood control structures consisting of open channels and box culverts, sediment and boulder traps, at various places in Wadis Seena, Al Nassar, Madam, and Al Kamet; 2) restoration of street pavement; 3) conservation of soils through terracing of unstable slopes; 4) surface drainage footpaths in narrow and steep streets to control erosion; 5) land acquisition; 6) the purchase of equipment for road maintenance and flood control structures; 7) institutional strengthening of MRH and its main branch offices through technical assistance; 8) introduction of a national municipal resource mobilization policy and implementation of project cost recovery; 9) hiring of consultants; and 10) training MRH staff.

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    1990/05/25

  • نوع الوثيقة

    تقرير عن التقييم المُسبق يعده موظفو البنك

  • رقم التقرير

    8468

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    الجمهورية اليمنية,

  • المنطقة

    الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2010/06/18

  • حالة الافصاح

    Disclosed

  • اسم الوثيقة

    Yemen Arab Republic - Taiz Flood Disaster Prevention and Municipal Development Project

  • كلمة أساسية

    water and sewerage authority;council for cooperative development;annual rate of population growth;Urban Development and Housing;flood damage to property;Operational Core Curriculum;cubic meters per second;public water supply system;flood control work;flood control structure;project costing;net present value;early warning system;salaries and wages;environmental health;number of beneficiaries;urban development policy;maintenance of road;impact of flood;natural disaster mitigation;protection against flood;acquisition of land;box culvert;purchase of homes;balance of payment;cost of service;central planning;foreign exchange receipts;Oil and Gas;gold and uranium;urban development strategy;national urban policy;Oil & Gas;urban population growth;housing development program;establishment and maintenance;urban road construction;technical assistance grant;cost recovery criteria;national environmental policy;operations and maintenance;road access improvement;annual economic benefits;urban management capability;pay back period;annual interest rate;accepted accounting principles;efficiency of operations;case of failure;urban service delivery;rapid population growth;mitigating natural disasters;technical assistance advisors;provision of water;provision water;flow of worker;civil works;flood disaster;municipal resource;property damage;human life;sediment trap;urban sector;flood event;construction supervision;return period;organizational chart;sensitivity analysis;monthly charge;initial deposit;street crossing;urban upgrade;surface drainage;budgetary allocation;discount rate;flood water;maintenance equipment;institutional strengthening;adequate compensation;building permit;contract packages;flood characteristics;salary supplement;construction engineer;urban problem;poverty threshold;household income;differential pricing;capital expenditure;drainage channel;health hazard;constant price;housing finance;land acquisition;trade center;low-income group;public property;construction management;budgetary resource;cabinet approval;national policy;Urban Infrastructure;dump trucks;commercial activity;prior review;local expenditure;foreign expenditure;flood frequency;flood protection;physical planning;garbage collection;appraisal mission;financial analysis;financial constraint;market place;project administration;budget deficit;Consulting services;rural area;vehicular traffic;local contractor;squatter families;historical building;road repair;natural drainage;affected population;sole source;market price;Property title;professional discipline;materials testing;living cost;technical expert;basic infrastructure;Urban Planning;highway system;urban transport;accounting standard;accounting standards;cleanup cost;separate account;municipal public;physical implementation;preparatory work;diversion works;serviced land;flat rate;grace period;price mechanism;tourist attraction;field survey;operational management;computer model;subsequent phase;flood data;annual expenditure;taxi fare;small cities;road improvement;sanitary sewer;meat market;water runoff;pedestrian area;budget expenditure;adequate safeguard;budget surplus;expenditure increase;refuse collection;market disruption;investment cost;price contingency;annual disbursement;housing program;Private Building;public gardens;central market;street light;road traffic;opportunity cost;income disparity;electricity bill;positive impact;local economy;public building;urban roads;payback period;monthly payment;construction risk;macro level;resource mobilization;mutual agreement;maximum benefit;drainage improvement;severe flood;storm event;auditors opinion;payroll cost;expenditure account;annual rainfall;annual precipitation;Public Infrastructure;compensation payment;rainy season;flood flow;yemeni rial;project construction;local funds;land development;maximum investment;hydraulic design;Proposed Investment;risk protection;central unit;municipal refuse;street intersection;price quotation;contract cost;finance service

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