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Solomon Islands - Community Governance and Grievance Management Project : additional financing (英语)

The development objective of the Community Governance and Grievance Management Project for Solomon Islands is to strengthen community grievance management capabilities and enhance the effectiveness of linkages with government in targeted communities. The additional financing will finance following components: (i) revitalizing government-community linkages; (ii) strengthening the capabilities of community officers and local authorities; (iii) project management, evaluation, and learning.

详细

  • 作者

    000275189:Deborah Hannah Isser:disser@worldbank. org;

  • 文件日期

    2014/11/04

  • 文件类型

    项目文件

  • 报告号

    117224

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    所罗门群岛,

  • 地区

    东亚与太平洋区,

  • 发布日期

    2017/07/06

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Solomon Islands - Community Governance and Grievance Management Project : additional financing

  • 关键词

    Judicial and Other Dispute Resolution Mechanisms;Sexual and Gender Base Violence;cumulative target;Access to Law and Justice;Risks and Mitigation Measures;monitoring and evaluation system;Justice for the Poor;monitoring and evaluation mechanism;responsibility for service delivery;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Investment Project Financing;social and environmental;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;gross domestic product;grievance redress mechanism;private sector activity;risk of conflict;government service delivery;central government official;capacity development investments;area of law;engagement of consultant;resolution of dispute;world development indicator;prevalence of drug;government participation;readiness for implementation;degree of representation;senior procurement specialist;central government agency;financial management capacity;development of communication;financial management requirement;provincial government policy;capacity of community;provision of health;cost effective alternative;financial management arrangement;investment in mining;degree of fragmentation;solomon islands dollar;procurement capacity assessment;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;grievance management;Host Communities;political representation;local actors;train activity;provincial budget;social cohesion;community institution;government staff;provincial capitals;community level;community governance;social order;community cohesion;project plan;lessons learnt;project costing;performance management;public authority;civil conflict;Natural Resources;result indicator;empirical research;government system;state authority;objective criterion;provincial official;church leaders;involuntary resettlement;environmental sustainability;policy priority;provincial agency;beneficiary survey;external assistance;focus group;governance mechanism;public attitude;evidence-based policy;community safety;remote location;government capacity;natural forest;state justice;community participation;expenditure analysis;donor support;Consulting services;consultancy service;price contingency;Public Spending;public official;donor representative;institutional context;legal procedure;gender bias;substantial variation;colonial period;community security;basic equipment;primary beneficiaries;Gender Inequality;long-term commitment;gender inequalities;local justice;good governance;traditional leaders;governance system;administrative arrangement;policy statement;Community Policing;gender-specific issue;community expectation;community asset;Legal Aid;educated men;civil society;gender issue;public awareness;access fee;family violence;baseline data;two-way radio;government authority;communications equipment;rural change;social disintegration;unresolved dispute;local development;dispute arising;public resource;extension activity;equal representation;government machinery;village committee;institutional strengthening;Social Assessment;policy principle;travel distance;regular supervision;respective responsibility;staff salary;learning system;mutual obligation;continuous process;elected representative;Institutional Sustainability;purpose of grant;cost sharing;Fiscal Sustainability;payroll obligation;recurrent revenue;provincial authority;Public Goods;data definition;equitable distribution;community consultation;procurement arrangement;procurement activities;risk assessment;non-governmental organization;learning approach;increased investment;transaction cost;fiscal saving;fiscal cost;economic investment;Conflict Prevention;government function;geographic disparities;monitoring visit;rural area;political attention;regulatory institution;fiscal capacities;regulatory capacity;administrative budget;project sustainability;high transport;political progress;social context;governance arrangement;settlement pattern;successful adaptation;project intervention;aid flow;community perceptions;capacity constraint;fiduciary function;fiscal space;fiduciary requirements;parliamentary constituencies;political executive

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