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Tunisia - Integrated Rural Development Project Phase II - PPER
This report has been prepared following the project performance evaluation of the Integrated Rural Development Project, Phase II (IRDP II), undertaken in the most disadvantaged areas of the Republic of Tunisia, at an initial cost at appraisal, in December 1999, of UA 220 million. The ADB participated in the financing by approving a loan of UA 63.50 million in February 1994. The project was co-financed by the Tunisian government, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (FADES), the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), and the French Agency for Development (AFD).
The project’s sectoral objective was, firstly, to improve the quality of life of rural dwellers by providing public amenities such as rural roads, water supply and electricity, and to increase food security by ensuring availability of cereals, fruits, meat and dairy products in sufficient quantities.