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Economic & Environmental Rehabilitation of the Niger River (Mali)


Titre : Economic & Environmental Rehabilitation of the Niger River (Mali)

Numéro de projet : P151909

Date d’approbation : 16 mars 2018
Date de clôture : 15 septembre 2023

Pays : Mali

The development Economic and Environmental Rehabilitation of the Niger River Project for Mali are to demonstrate the effectiveness of navigation and port service improvement measures, and demonstrate the feasibility of environmental restoration and livelihood improvement activities at targeted sites in the Niger Inner Delta (NID), and, in the event of an Eligible Crisis or Emergency, improve the Recipient’s capacity to respond promptly and effectively to such Eligible Crisis or Emergency. The project has four component. First component, strengthening the strategic management of the Niger river resources improving navigability and socioeconomic viability of activities in the Niger Inner Delta (NID) will depend not only on carrying out works to improve the physical conditions of the river but also the more efficient management of activities, resources, and stakeholders over time and effective monitoring of the ecological functioning of the river. This component will strengthen the monitoring of the ecological functions of the river, particularly in the biodiversity rich area of the NID, through the establishment of an observatory to monitor the ecological functions of the Niger River, as well as through a review of the institutional and regulatory framework for the strategic management and sustainability of the river. This components divided into two sub-component, (i) strengthening the environmental monitoring of the Niger river ; (ii) supporting the strategic management of infrastructure, resources, and stakeholders in the NID ; Second component, enhancing the viability of socioeconomic activities contributing to climate change resilience the Niger River is the lifeline of socioeconomic activity in the NID. Improving the socioeconomic conditions of the population living in the targeted communes and villages will include investments that are mutually reinforcing :

Montant total du projet : USD 27.80 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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