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Disaster and Climate Resilience Improvement Program - P154036

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Details

Project End Date: 30 Nov, 2021
Location: Pakistan Pakistan
Category: Goods, Works, Consulting services, Non-consulting services
Status: Completion and evaluation
Sectors: Environment & NRM, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Disaster Reduction
Funding Agency:
Contracting Authority Type: Government / Public Sector
Type: Unknown
Budget: USD 116,976,239
Date posted: 01 Apr, 2015

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IMPLEMENTATION
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Open
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Shortlisted
Awarded
Evaluation

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Description

Updated on September 4th, 2015:

The project aims to support restoration of resilient flood protection infrastructure and strengthening government capacity to manage disasters and climate variability. Approval completed on 2 June 2015. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P154036. US$ 125.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Implementing agency (ies) to be determined.
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Updated on July 13th, 2015:

The project seeks to build resilience in Punjab to natural disasters, as well as support the Government in responding to the floods of 2014. This would include mitigation investments with the purpose to create physical and fiscal resilience as well as increase capacities of institutions mandated to manage disasters. The Project will be implemented over a period of 5 years, and will contain the following components: Component 1: Institutional Capacity Building and Policy Activities include strengthening the capacity of PDMA Punjab to prepare for and respond to natural disasters; capacity building of
relevant stakeholders for improved flood management; Development of provincial and district-level DRM plans. Component 2: Resilient Recovery and Mitigation This component would support recovery efforts as well as increase resilience to floods through structural and nonstructural mitigation investments. Component 3: Fiscal Resilience The interventions to be funded through this component would seek to scale up fiscal risk assessment of Punjab, operationalization of the provincial disaster management fund, and development of risk transfer tools. Component 4: Project Implementation The component would support project implementation through the creation of a Project Management Unit (PMU). It would also fund expenditures related to travel, trainings, workshops, dissemination and M&E activities. Component 5: Contingent Emergency Response Component An additional federal level component may be included at a later stage based on the dialogue. Activities under components 1 and 3 would build upon the prior actions being formulated under the Punjab DPC. Overall credit amount is estimated around USD 125 million and a preparation cost of around USD 350,000 is envisaged. Parallel financing of up to USD 145 million is expected to be provided by the ADB while the Government of Punjab is expected to disburse around USD 180 million through ongoing and planned interventions. Identification completed on 16 December 2014. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 150.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Implementing agency(ies) to be determined.
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The project seeks to build resilience in Punjab to natural disasters, as well as support the Government in responding to the floods of 2014. This would include mitigation investments with the purpose to create physical and fiscal resilence as well as increase capacities of institutions mandated to manage disasters. The Project will be implemented over a period of 5 years, and will contain the following components: Component 1: Institutional Capacity Building and Policy Activities include strengthe the capacity of PDMA Punjab to prepare for and respond to natural disasters; capacity building of relevant stakeholders for improved flood management; Development of provincial and district-level DRM plans. Component 2: Resilient Recovery and Mitigation This component would support recovery efforts as well as increase resilience to floods through structural and non structural mitigation investments. Component 3: Fiscal Resilience The interventions to be funded through this component would seek to scale up fiscal risk assessment of Punjab, operationalization of the provincial disaster management fund, and development of risk transfer tools. Component 4: Project Implementation The component would support project implementation through the creation of a Project Management Unit (PMU). It would also fund expenditures related to travel, trainings, workshops, dissemination and M&E activities. Component 5: Contingent Emergency Response Component An additional federal level component may be included at a later stage based on the dialogue. Activities under components 1 and 3 would build upon the prior actions being formulated under the Punjab DPC. Overall credit amount is estimated around USD 125 million and a preparation cost of around USD 350,000 is envisaged. Parallel financing of up to USD 145 million is expected to be provided by the ADB while the Government of Punjab is expected to disburse around USD 180 million through ongoing and planned interventions. Identification completed on 16 December 2014. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 125.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

Updated on September 4th, 2015: The project aims to support restoration of resilient flood protection infrastructure and strengthening government capacity to manage disasters and climate variability. Approval completed on 2 June 2015. Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P154036. US$ 125.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services to be determined. Implementing agency (ies) to be determined. ------------ Updated on July 13th, 2015: The project seeks to build resilience in Punjab to natural disasters, as well as support the Government in responding to the floods of 2014. This would include mitigation investments with the purpose to create phy...
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