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MN-Sustainable Livelihoods II (Mongolia)


Titre : MN-Sustainable Livelihoods II (Mongolia)

Pays : Mongolie

Date d’approbation : 19-JUN-2007
Date de clôture : 30-JUN-2013

Type de produit : BIRD/IDA Association internationale de développement (IDA)

Emprunteur : MONGOLIA

The objective of the Second Sustainable Livelihoods Project (SLPII) for Mongolia is to enhance livelihood security and sustainability by scaling up institutional mechanisms that reduce the vulnerability of communities throughout Mongolia. SLPII will scale-up nationwide the effective mechanisms and processes piloted under the first phase in the local communities and governments. The reallocation is necessary to adjust the allocation of funds for consultant services under the project. The costs of staffing the project implementation unit, the Sustainable Livelihoods Program Office (SLPO), come under category six (b). Other consultancy costs fall under category six (a). The fee structure for staff of all project implementation units (PIUs) in Mongolia is governed by the Ministry of Finance (MOF), which in 2011 increased the fee scale for PIU staff in line with increases with public sector salaries and remain competitive with private sector salaries. This was originally budgeted for and therefore additional funds are required under category six (b). MOF initially requested this change by letter of April 1, 2011, though the reallocation was delayed pending the approval and Parliament ratification of the additional financing, which was declared effective on March 19, 2012, and which provides additional funds for consultancy services.

Informations financières
Ida Grant : 13,2 millions de dollars EU
Ec : European Commission : 13 millions de dollars EU
International Development Association (Ida) : 19,8 millions de dollars EU
Borrower : 3,4 millions de dollars EU
Coût total du projet : 49,4 millions de dollars EU **

** Le coût total du projet inclut l’ensemble des financements provenant de la Banque mondiale et d’autres sources, et est exprimé en millions de dollars EU.

Banque Mondiale

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