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2006 - Tunisia - Building Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in PRSP Countries in Africa
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2006 - Tunisia - Building Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in PRSP Countries in Africa

Categories: Tunisia

Informal Note on PPER Summary of Four Agriculture Sector Projects
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Informal Note on PPER Summary of Four Agriculture Sector Projects
Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programmes I and II - Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER)
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Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programmes I and II - Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER)

Categories: Tunisia

Tunisia - Integrated Rural Development Project Phase II - PPER
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Tunisia - Integrated Rural Development Project Phase II - PPER
Tunisia - Agricultural Sector Adjustment Programme - PPER
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Tunisia - Agricultural Sector Adjustment Programme - PPER
Tunisia - Second Agricultural Line of Credit to the Banque Nationale Agricole - PPER
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Tunisia - Second Agricultural Line of Credit to the Banque Nationale Agricole - PPER
Tunisia - Ghezala-Mateur Mixed Agricultural Development Project - PPER
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Tunisia - Ghezala-Mateur Mixed Agricultural Development Project - PPER
Tunisia - Ras Djebel-Galaat Irrigation Development - PPER
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Tunisia - Ras Djebel-Galaat Irrigation Development - PPER
Tunisia: Railway Network Improvement in Sfax Region
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Tunisia: Railway Network Improvement in Sfax Region
This abbreviated project performance audit report (PPAR) concerns the Railway Network Improvement Project in Sfax Region. The project, the total cost of which was estimated at UA 22.86 million, was identified and prepared by the SNCFT, and appraised by the Bank in February 1983. Its financing via a UA 11 million loan was approved in June 1984. The loan became effective sixteen months later, and the project was completed on 30 June 1993, eight years behind schedule.Read more

Categories: Tunisia, Transport

Tunisia: Five Lines Of Credit Granted To Banque De Développement Economique De Tunisie(BDET)
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Tunisia: Five Lines Of Credit Granted To Banque De Développement Economique De Tunisie(BDET)
The present Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) concerns five lines of credit granted by the African Development Bank to the Banque de développement économique de Tunisie (BDET) in August 1976, June 1980, December 1984 and February 1991, respectively.Read more
Tunisia: First Agricultural Line of Credit to ` Banque Nationale D`Agriculture` (BNA)
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Tunisia: First Agricultural Line of Credit to ` Banque Nationale D`Agriculture` (BNA)
The present project performance audit report (PPAR) deals with the first agricultural line of credit to the Banque Nationale Agricole de Tunisie (BNA) which the ADB granted a loan of UA 18 million in 1985. The purpose of the loan was to contribute towards the achievement of food self-sufficiency. Its immediate objective was to develop agricultural production in order to meet the domestic demand and enable promoters to earn substantial revenues.Read more
Tunisie: Projet de renforcement de l`Enseignement Scientifique et Technique
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Tunisie: Projet de renforcement de l`Enseignement Scientifique et Technique
Le présent rapport d’audit de performance du projet (RAPP) concerne le projet de renforcement de l’enseignement scientifique et technique pour lequel la BAD a accordé au gouvernement tunisien le prêt N" CS/TUN/ED/84/022 d’un montant de vingt huit millions trois cent mille unités de compte (28, 300 millions d’UC).Read more

Categories: Tunisia, Education

Tunisia: Mahdia Rural Development Project
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Tunisia: Mahdia Rural Development Project
This abridged project performance audit report (PPAR) aims at the post-evaluation of the MAHDIA Rural Development Project in Tunisia, whose identification and preparation were carried out by the National Agricultural Studies Centre (CNEA) of Tunisia in 1984. The project was in line with the Vith Five-Year Economic and Social Development Plan (1982-1986) which forecast an increase of agricultural production at an annual rate of 5 per cent, stabilization or even reduction of staple shortfalls and a cut in intersectoral income disparities, with a view to reducing rural exodus.Read more
Tunisia: Rural Electrification Project (Electricity IV)
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Tunisia: Rural Electrification Project (Electricity IV)
The rural electrification project (Electricity IV), is part of a series of actions launched in 1976 by the Tunisian Government and STEG; on the basis of an agreement between the two parties, the Government included in its successive development prograrmmes (Vth and VIth Plans), as a priority, the integrated electrification of the country. Commissioned to implement part of the energy (electricity and gas) component of the plans, STEG carried out the necessary actions which led to the implementation of the following projects co-financed by the Bank: (1) rural electrification of the governorates of Sfax and Gafsa in the south of Tunisia (1978); (2) rural electrification of the governorates of Gabes, Gafsa, Tozeur, Medenine and Tatouine (1981); (3) urban electrification (1984); (4) rural electricity IV (1989), subject of the present abridged audit performance report; (5) rural electricity V (1993).Read more
Tunisia: First Lines of Credit Granted to Five Development Banks
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Tunisia: First Lines of Credit Granted to Five Development Banks
This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) concerns the granted by the African Development Bank (ADB) to five Tunisian Development banks (BNDT, BTKD, STUSID, BTEI and BTQI)). The first three lines of credit were granted to BNDT in December 1984, June 1988 and July 1990 and the remaining banks four development banks were granted lines of credit in Mrch 1988.Read more
Tunisia: Development of Four Irrigation Schemes in the Mejerda Valley
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Tunisia: Development of Four Irrigation Schemes in the Mejerda Valley
"This study forms part of the medium-term programme recommended by the Evaluation Division for the post--evaluation of completed projects. For the first part of this programme it was decided to focus on lines of credit and irrigation projects, the choice being made from among completed projects. The Medjerda Valley Development Project in Tunisia which was the first irrigation project to be financed by the Bank in 1968 meets the criterion. "Read more
Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programme I and II
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Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programme I and II

Categories: Tunisia

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