A Decade of Action in Transport: An Evaluation of World Bank Assistance to the Transport Sector, 1995-2005
The World Bank committed $30.6 billion in transport-related projects during the past decade, making it one of the largest sectors. The evaluation looks into the Bank's experience in the sector, and assesses the institution's interventions, the impact of rapid transport sector expansion, and its readiness to meet the challenges ahead.
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Page xxi - Informal name used to designate a group of four affiliated international institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA). The...
Page vii - IBRD ........ International Bank for Reconstruction and Development ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization...
Page 55 - B projects are those whose potential adverse environmental impacts on human populations or environmentally important areas — including wetlands, forests, grasslands, and other natural habitats — are less adverse than those of category A projects. These impacts are site specific, and few if any are irreversible.
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Page 10 - More than half the world's population lives on less than two dollars a day. What does it mean to say that these people, the majority of the inhabitants of the planet, are residents in a 'global village'?
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