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Nepal Energy Sector Development Policy Credit

The development objectives of First Programmatic Energy Sector Development Policy Credit (DPC) Project for Nepal is to support the government’s efforts in improving the financial viability and governance of the electricity sector. The policy and institutional measures included in this operation are consistent with the actions laid out in government of Nepal (GoN's) power sector strategy and action plan. This programmatic DPC series will support GoN’s efforts in improving the financial viability and governance of the electricity sector. This operation is the first in a programmatic series of three operations and is organized under two pillars: (a) improving the financial viability of the electricity sector and (b) improving the governance of the electricity sector. This operation supports the World Bank's twin goals of poverty reduction and shared prosperity and is consistent with the World Bank's Maximizing Finance for Development (MFD) approach and the Country Partnership Strategy for FY2019–2023. It complements the World Bank Group’s existing engagement in generation, transmission, distribution and off-grid, renewable-based solutions in the form of investment operations and technical assistance.

Nepal

WB 250 000 000  USD 19 Oct 2018
Sri Lanka Financial Sector Modernization Project

The development objective of the Financial Sector Modernization Project for Srilanka is to contribute to increasing financial market efficiency and use of financial services among micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and individuals. The project comprises of three components. The first component, supporting selected mid-level reforms through results-based financing implements of selected mid-level reforms through disbursement-linked indicators (DLIs) enables successful implementation of component 2 and thus, reinforces the overall positive impact of the project. The second component, strengthening regulators’ institutional capacity, upgrading the legal and regulatory framework and modernizing financial market infrastructure aims to strengthen the institutional capacity of the financial sector regulators. It consists of following three sub-components: (i) strengthening the capacity of Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) for supervision and regulation, and modernizing relevant financial infrastructure, (ii) strengthening the capacity of Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (SEC) for supervision and regulation, and modernizing relevant financial infrastructure, (iii) strengthening the capacity of Insurance Board of Sri Lanka (IBSL) for supervision and regulation, and modernizing relevant financial infrastructure. The third component, project implementation and monitoring aims to provide support to the Project Steering Committee (PSC) and Central Project Coordination Unit (CPCU) to guide and coordinate project operations, financial management (FM), procurement, social and environmental issues, and M&E under the project.

Sri Lanka

WB 75 000 000  USD 19 Oct 2018
Hiring of Organization to Strengthened justice service delivery in Merged Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The organization will be required to implement rule of law activities in merged districts (Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Orakzai, Kurram, North Waziristan, South Waziristan) (Formerly FATA).

Pakistan

UNDP   19 Oct 2018 6 Nov 2018
PROCUREMENT OF VARIOUS ITEMS FOR CAPACITY BUILDING OF TOURISM/HOSPITALITY PRACTICAL TRAINING FACILITIES AT LAO PDR

1. Equipment 4 open top gas range with under type oven Housekeeping trolley LPG tank LPG regulator set Upright reach in Refrigerator/freezer

Laos

UNOPS   19 Oct 2018 4 Nov 2018
Construcción Comedor en el 4to. Nivel Rectoría para el Recinto FEM del ISFODOSU

Construcción Comedor en el 4to. Nivel Rectoría para el Recinto FEM del ISFODOSU

Dominican Republic

UNDP   19 Oct 2018 31 Oct 2018