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AGENCY:

Millennium Challenge Corporation.

ACTION:

Notice.

SUMMARY:

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is reporting for the fiscal year (FY) quarters October 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014, on assistance provided under section 605 of the Millennium Challenge Act of 2003 (22 U.S.C. 7701 et seq.), as amended (the Act), and on transfers or allocations of funds to other federal agencies under section 619(b) of the Act. The following report will be made available to the public by publication in the Federal Register and on the Internet Web site of the MCC (www.mcc.gov) in accordance with section 612(b) of the Act.

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Dated: October 5, 2016.

Sarah E. Fandell,

VP/General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Millennium Challenge Corporation.

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As used in MCC's disclosures under section 605 of the Act:

  • “Total Obligation” for listed Compacts includes both “Compact Implementation Funding” under section 609(g) of the Act as well as funding under section 605 of the Act.
  • “Disbursements” are cash outlays rather than expenditures.
  • “Measures” are the same Key Performance Indicators that MCC reports each quarter. The Key Performance Indicators may change over time to more accurately reflect compact implementation progress. The unit for these measures is “a number of” unless otherwise indicated.
  • “Program Administration and Control” funds are used to pay items such as salaries, rent, and the cost of office equipment, as well as audit and oversight agent fees.
  • “Pending Subsequent Reports” amounts represent disbursements made to the Compact permitted account that will be allocated to individual projects in subsequent quarters and reported as such in subsequent quarterly reports. The “Cumulative Disbursements” amount for “Pending Subsequent Reports” represents the balance of such outlays remaining at the end of the reporting period.
  • Closed Compacts do not have any quarterly disbursements; however, they are included in the report if deobligations took place during the reporting period. Closed Compacts include: Armenia, Benin I, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde I, El Salvador I, Georgia I, Ghana I, Honduras, Lesotho I, Madagascar, Mali, Mongolia I, Morocco I, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Tanzania and Vanuatu.
  • Unless otherwise indicated, all programs and projects were solicited.

605 Assistance—Disbursements

[In United States dollars]

Entity provided assistanceProgram/project nameTotal obligationFY 2014 Quarter 1FY 2014 Quarter 2FY 2014 Quarter 3FY 2014 Quarter 4FY 2015 Quarter 1Cumulative disbursements
Burkina FasoAgriculture Project141,510,05911,393,7359,790,33815,405,3868,402,1183,324,525140,420,941
Bright 2 School Project26,840,5700000026,840,570
Land Tenure Project58,434,6153,975,9445,654,5777,801,9179,865,8243,447,22158,244,614
Monitoring and Evaluation7,880,000424,223242,07867,134437,447191,6444,669,395
Pending Subsequent Report0−507,539484,451453,947−754,421−180,104363,539
Program Administration and Control49,758,5452,404,0481,718,7372,052,7812,175,0992,480,36148,345,809
Roads Project194,530,68113,041,01124,609,12531,397,25629,573,40617,544,857193,891,857
Total Burkina Faso478,954,47030,731,42242,499,30757,178,42049,699,47326,808,504472,776,725
Cabo Verde IILand Management For Investment Projects17,260,000615,975559,468333,731490,929259,1473,268,991
Monitoring and Evaluation1,390,000566−1,48110,22011,15010,73536,765
Pending Subsequent Report069,969−62,15422,752−11,1046,03225,495
Program Administration and Control7,850,000258,835349,255320,156343,206270,6312,841,607
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project39,730,000501,339200,358678,551898,6741,267,7824,050,504
Total Cabo Verde II66,230,0001,446,6841,045,4461,365,4091,732,8561,814,32610,223,361
El Salvador IIBusiness Development Services3,300,000000000
Human Capital Project900,000000000
Infrastructure Project1,500,000000000
Monitoring and Evaluation400,000000000
Pending Subsequent Report0000000
Program Administration and Control3,900,000000000
Total El Salvador II10,000,000000000
Georgia IIEducation Project76,500,00044,290159,933140,1311,294331,945677,594
Monitoring and Evaluation3,500,000000000
Pending Subsequent Report0209,055−77,780177,61651,163−320,79839,256
Program Administration and Control14,000,000505,624407,151334,171391,417736,2702,374,633
Tertiary Education Project30,000,000431,731388,954199,7891,463,6271,532,9854,017,085
Vocational Education Project16,000,000000069,30069,300
Total Georgia II140,000,0001,190,700878,258851,7071,907,5012,349,7027,177,868
GhanaAdministrative0000000
Agriculture Project188,731,530−407,3930407,393−180,2930188,731,530
Infrastructure Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation6,941,811000006,941,811
Pending Subsequent Report03,700,0000−3,700,000000
Program Administration and Control36,874,5510001036,874,550
Rural Development Project76,030,565000127,291076,030,565
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Transportation Project227,710,512−3,292,60803,292,60853,0000227,710,512
Total Ghana536,288,96900000536,288,968
Ghana IIAccess to Electricity Project700,000000000
Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Project0000000
Financial and Operational Turnaround (Electricity Company of Ghana 1)7,600,800000000
Financial and Operational Turnaround (Northern Electricity Distribution Company)3,529,000000000
Financial and Operational Turnaround (Electricity Company of Ghana 2)0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation1,510,000000000
Pending Subsequent Report0000000
Power Generation Sector Improvement Project4,854,800000000
Program Administration and Control7,455,400000000
Regulatory Strengthening and Capacity Building Project3,250,000000000
Total Ghana II28,900,000000000
IndonesiaCommunity Nutrition Project129,500,0005,33536,978181,792253,94411,822,59534,759,317
Green Prosperity Project332,500,00034,96262,58066,609141,356777,5061,182,494
Monitoring and Evaluation12,200,0000000720,664720,664
Pending Subsequent Report0317,285−120,503377,840−174,359256,222729,754
Procurement Modernization Project50,000,000351,912341,260471,128816,0741,925,9314,009,914
Program Administration and Control75,800,0001,402,1431,512,0951,954,0492,499,0642,322,53413,595,118
Total Indonesia600,000,0002,111,6371,832,4103,051,4193,536,08017,825,45254,997,260
JordanExpansion of Wastewater Treatment Capacity97,120,95015,128,51111,768,335940,1439,282,3591,248,33576,116,031
Monitoring and Evaluation2,809,89421,61028,847219,80521,66221,675375,783
Pending Subsequent Report0−35,1194,053−5,09723,0433,02134,447
Program Administration and Control19,650,805386,135467,561429,410490,247575,1354,326,590
Wastewater Collection66,989,2253,532,2612,768,0933,419,2415,502,4604,992,25832,752,377
Water Network Restructuring and Rehabilitation88,529,1273,669,4814,160,5372,180,3243,954,9056,103,49424,484,800
Total Jordan275,100,00022,702,88019,197,4257,183,82619,274,67612,943,918138,090,029
LesothoCapacity Building0000000
Civil/Legal Sector Support0000000
Health Sector Project143,650,19515,919,722−753,98723,88100143,650,195
Land Tenure Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation5,500,728256,974181,0130005,500,728
Pending Subsequent Report0−199,5011−12,942000
Private Sector Development Project24,162,4331,986,028000024,162,433
Procurement and Administration0000000
Program Administration and Control34,918,9252,188,853101,302−10,9390034,918,925
Water Sector Project149,813,61214,004,878−1000149,813,612
Total Lesotho358,045,89234,156,953−471,671000358,045,892
MalawiGender Integration Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation6,960,10035,880143,520001,131186,464
Natural Resource Management Project28,026,000213,86691,018379,585300,68510,819995,972
Pending Subsequent Report0248,392−180,088−11,04145,236−6,728250,859
Power Project255,648,800572,012134,4471,035,2432,253,9401,735,9785,731,621
Power Sector Reform Project25,553,400221,705249,385724,681718,1161,335,6023,472,531
Program Administration and Control34,511,7001,027,0281,383,1812,356,8671,627,1061,629,9949,346,909
Total Malawi350,700,0002,318,8841,821,4634,485,3354,945,0824,706,79619,984,357
MaliAlatona Irrigation Project252,895,69100000252,895,69
Bamako-Senou Airport Improvement Project143,371,915000−31,4760143,371,915
Industrial Park Project2,637,472000002,637,472
Monitoring and Evaluation1,688,026000001,688,027
Pending Subsequent Report0000000
Program Administration and Control35,003,6420000035,003,642
Total Mali435,596,747000−31,4760435,596,747
MoldovaMonitoring and Evaluation3,538,930213,83463,212382,519220,34314,6231,634,272
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Pending Subsequent Report0−118,059199,517810,446−293,684−594,765134,081
Program Administration and Control23,247,6681,223,387813,895832,821836,381905,77513,680,202
Road Rehabilitation Project112,390,00020,756,0362,755,13111,349,06914,836,13721,216,346101,421,448
Transition To High Value Agriculture Project122,823,4029,798,4574,753,66115,362,04210,226,08012,254,18972,924,459
Total Moldova262,000,00031,873,6548,585,41528,736,89725,825,25633,796,167189,794,463
MongoliaEnergy and Environmental Project40,420,819275,30214,28217,2460040,420,819
Health Project41,873,7753,261,08318,60800041,873,776
Monitoring and Evaluation5,085,246392,98400005,085,246
Pending Subsequent Report0−615,790−57,9840000
Program Administration and Control28,610,3181,328,261662,064149,507−74,754028,610,318
Property Rights Project28,543,830318,12520,21200028,543,830
Rail Project369,56000000369,560
Roads Project74,775,8676,147,4604,23600074,775,867
Vocational Education Project49,322,727111,45617,53000049,322,727
Total Mongolia269,002,14311,218,881678,948166,754−74,7540269,002,143
MoroccoArtisan and Fez Medina Project84,019,66615,726,838−323,055329,8160084,019,666
Enterprise Support Project15,126,5183,2114900015,126,518
Financial Accountability0000000
Financial Services Project42,817,0201,928,094000042,817,020
Fruit Tree Productivity Project324,163,44030,388,4071000323,369,991
Monitoring and Evaluation16,255,5262,789,915000016,255,526
Pending Subsequent Report0−1,053,506−136,770−46,373000
Program Administration and Control56,500,5173,891,292−1826,0220056,500,517
Rural Development Project0000000
Small-Scale Fisheries Project111,281,20418,507,220310,950−309,46500111,281,204
Transportation Project0000000
Total Morocco650,163,89072,181,470−148,843000649,370,442
MozambiqueFarmer Income Support Project18,857,3491,855,43519,89300018,857,349
Land Tenure Project39,466,4213,668,233−31,99900039,466,421
Monitoring and Evaluation4,073,077851,69921,7600004,073,077
Pending Subsequent Report0−2,837,741−3,115,537−46,329000
Program Administration and Control48,483,7036,187,5131,870,30746,329706,997048,483,703
Rehabilitation/Construction Of Roads Project136,802,30117,844,29895,729000136,802,301
Water Supply and Sanitation Project200,221,66123,300,2562,150,510000200,221,661
Total Mozambique447,904,51250,869,6941,010,6620706,9970447,904,512
NamibiaAgriculture Project51,439,1393,092,6594,301,4093,858,5732,064,3572,237,46350,029,275
Education Project141,886,91612,286,6348,956,3949,803,02513,032,5384,370,143137,237,213
Monitoring and Evaluation6,886,18284,364290,198632,806672,659773,7436,415,390
Pending Subsequent Report01,676,086−516,092−7,268,389310,960646,8603,716,700
Program Administration and Control35,789,3831,665,1961,235,5331,423,3721,598,9133,994,29733,365,598
Rural Development Project0000000
Tourism Project68,475,8424,619,3575,669,96211,283,45110,496,3866,288,35965,464,315
Total Namibia304,477,46323,424,29619,937,40519,732,83928,175,81418,310,864296,228,491
PhilippinesCommunity Development Grants Project120,000,0004,129,5617,696,7717,155,1217,748,9917,125,48375,901,515
KALAHI-CIDSS Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation8,207,000173,308135,26099,022139,294168,2642,027,532
Pending Subsequent Report02,111,44721,877−1,617,650911,404−1,092,5585,058,482
Program Administration and Control36,910,0001,060,6491,075,9001,114,6161,113,7031,468,30614,398,261
Revenue Administration Reform Project54,300,00055,9091,125,8012,645,058875,5061,116,81411,666,358
Roads Project214,493,0007,517,1403,797,6378,678,86616,632,68910,530,41295,566,371
Total Philippines433,910,00015,048,01313,853,24618,075,03327,421,58719,316,721204,618,519
SenegalDemand Assessment0000000
Irrigation170,341,1718,082,65516,444,54419,022,47512,166,09115,456,116100,655,919
Land Tenure Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation3,757,50016,71628,42024,84941,683128,216774,411
Pending Subsequent Report0−719,147166,031−535,530249,08022,606568,061
Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Analysis0000000
Program Administration and Control41,188,8301,212,1541,243,7391,768,2981,290,8721,433,63020,493,819
Roads Project324,712,49910,925,88416,542,58225,570,08217,326,60024,658,251135,713,053
Total Senegal540,000,00019,518,26234,425,31545,850,17431,074,32641,698,818258,205,264
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TanzaniaEnergy Sector Project199,461,62722,613,2850000199,461,627
Monitoring and Evaluation4,632,363387,55400004,632,363
Pending Subsequent Report0000000
Program Administration and Control30,480,7601,631,74810,37200030,480,760
Transport Sector Project405,402,51244,755,7780000405,402,512
Water Sector Project54,568,6525,093,064000054,568,652
Total Tanzania694,545,91474,481,42810,372000694,545,914
ZambiaInfrastructure Project0000000
Monitoring and Evaluation5,841,00006,8431,2680025,999
Pending Subsequent Report0−17,61718,23358,7776,6347,788110,436
Program Administration and Control38,823,9511,716,3771,050,6301,612,4731,673,3441,928,33210,096,838
Water Supply and Sanitation Project8,137,12500−1,324,82101,205,1078,017,411
Water Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project301,955,56462,47380,042173,719529,434322,3971,456,503
Total Zambia354,757,6401,761,2331,155,748521,4172,209,4133,463,62419,707,186

605 Assistance—Measures

CountryObjectivesFY 2014FY 2015
Quarter 1Quarter 2Quarter 3Quarter 4Quarter 1
Burkina FasoAgriculture Development Project Objectives: Expanded productive use of land in order to increase the volume and value of agricultural production in Project ZonesHectares of new perimeter development in Di Responsible members of Water User Associations trained in the Sourou Farmers trained Farmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingHectares of new perimeter development in Di Responsible members of Water User Associations trained in the Sourou Farmers trained Farmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingHectares of new perimeter development in Di Responsible members of Water User Associations trained in the Sourou Farmers trained Farmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingHectares of new perimeter development in Di Responsible members of Water User Associations trained in the Sourou Farmers trained Farmers who have applied improved practices as a result of training
Local water committees established and operational in the Comoé and MouhounLocal water committees established and operational in the Comoé and MouhounLocal water committees established and operational in the Comoé and MouhounLocal water committees established and operational in the Comoé and Mouhoun
Basin Water Resources Development and Management Master Plan developed and validatedBasin Water Resources Development and Management Master Plan developed and validatedBasin Water Resources Development and Management Master Plan developed and validatedBasin Water Resources Development and Management Master Plan developed and validated
Hectares under improved practices as a result of trainingHectares under improved practices as a result of trainingHectares under improved practices as a result of trainingHectares under improved practices as a result of training
BRIGHT II School Project Objectives: Increased primary school completion rates for girlsPercent of girls regularly attending (90 percent attendance) BRIGHT II schools Girls promotion rates to next grade in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls regularly attending (90 percent attendance) BRIGHT II schools Girls promotion rates to next grade in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls regularly attending (90 percent attendance) BRIGHT II schools Girls promotion rates to next grade in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls regularly attending (90 percent attendance) BRIGHT II schools Girls promotion rates to next grade in BRIGHT II schools
Percent of girls dropping out of schoolPercent of girls dropping out of schoolPercent of girls dropping out of schoolPercent of girls dropping out of school
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Percent of girls passing the annual Primary Certificate exam in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls passing the annual Primary Certificate exam in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls passing the annual Primary Certificate exam in BRIGHT II schoolsPercent of girls passing the annual Primary Certificate exam in BRIGHT II schools
Students enrolled in BRIGHT II schools (both girls and boys)Students enrolled in BRIGHT II schools (both girls and boys)Students enrolled in BRIGHT II schools (both girls and boys)Students enrolled in BRIGHT II schools (both girls and boys)
Land Tenure Project Objectives: Increased investment in land and rural productivity through improved land tenure security and land managementStakeholders trained Rural hectares formalized in the new zone of Di, targeted under the Agriculture Development project Land administration offices established or upgradedStakeholders trained Rural hectares formalized in the new zone of Di, targeted under the Agriculture Development project Land administration offices established or upgradedStakeholders trained Rural hectares formalized in the new zone of Di, targeted under the Agriculture Development project Land administration offices established or upgradedStakeholders trained Rural hectares formalized in the new zone of Di, targeted under the Agriculture Development project Land administration offices established or upgraded
Municipal buildings constructedMunicipal buildings constructedMunicipal buildings constructedMunicipal buildings constructed
Rural land possession certificates approved by the local governmentRural and possession certificates approved by the local governmentRural land possession certificates approved by the local governmentRural land possession certificates approved by the local government
Land conflicts recorded in the 17 communes of phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand conflicts recorded in the 17 communes of phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand conflicts recorded in the 17 communes of phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand conflicts recorded in the 17 communes of phase I of the Rural Land Governance project
Land resolved in the 17 communes of Phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand resolved in the 17 communes of Phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand resolved in the 17 communes of Phase I of the Rural Land Governance projectLand resolved in the 17 communes of Phase I of the Rural Land Governance project
Roads Project Objectives: Enhanced access to markets through investments in the road networkPeriodic road maintenance coverage rate (for all funds) (percent) Kilometers of primary roads completedPeriodic road maintenance coverage rate (for all funds) (percent) Kilometers of primary roads completedPeriodic road maintenance coverage rate (for all funds) (percent) Kilometers of primary roads completedPeriodic road maintenance coverage rate (for all funds) (percent) Kilometers of primary roads completed
Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (primary roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (primary roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (primary roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (primary roads)
Kilometers of rural roads completedKilometers of rural roads completedKilometers of rural roads completedKilometers of rural roads completed
Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (rural roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (rural roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (rural roads)Percent disbursed of road construction contracts (rural roads)
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Cabo Verde IILand Management for Investment Projects Objectives: Increased investments in and value of property; improved ease of doing business; increased investments and value added in tourism; increased employmentLegal and regulatory reforms adopted Field test of “Fieldwork Operations Manual” and methodology completed on Sal Stakeholders receiving formal on-the-job training or technical assistance regarding roles, responsibilities or new technologiesLegal and regulatory reforms adopted Field test of “Fieldwork Operations Manual” and methodology completed on Sal Stakeholders receiving formal on-the-job training or technical assistance regarding roles, responsibilities or new technologiesLegal and regulatory reforms adopted Field test of “Fieldwork Operations Manual” and methodology completed on Sal Stakeholders receiving formal on-the-job training or technical assistance regarding roles, responsibilities or new technologiesLegal and regulatory reforms adopted Field test of “Fieldwork Operations Manual” and methodology completed on Sal Stakeholders receiving formal on-the-job training or technical assistance regarding roles, responsibilities or new technologiesLegal and regulatory reforms adopted. Field test of “Fieldwork Operations Manual” and methodology completed on Sal.
Percent of targeted surface area on target island (Sal) incorporated into the Land Management Information and Transaction System (LMITS).
Households in intervention island(s) of high tourism investment potential with land rights formalized through project.
Parcels corrected or incorporated in land system.
Land administration offices established or upgraded.
Adoption of “Operations Manual” for the Rights and Boundaries Activity fieldwork in full force and effect.
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Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Project Objectives: Increased access to improved water and sanitation; reduced household costs for water; reduced incidence of waterborne disease; improved capital accumulation; increase productive government spendingValue of implicit subsidy reduction (U.S. dollars) Operating cost coverage (percent) Service coverage by corporatized utilities (percent) Continuity of service (hours/day) Objective measure of water quality (percent Non-revenue water for Multiple Municipal Utility/utilities (percent)Value of implicit subsidy reduction (U.S. dollars) Operating cost coverage (percent) Service coverage by corporatized utilities (percent) Continuity of service (hours/day) Objective measure of water quality (percent Non-revenue water for Multiple Municipal Utility/utilities (percent)Value of implicit subsidy reduction (U.S. dollars) Operating cost coverage (percent) Service coverage by corporatized utilities (percent) Continuity of service (hours/day) Objective measure of water quality (percent Non-revenue water for Multiple Municipal Utility/utilities (percent)Value of implicit subsidy reduction (U.S. dollars) Operating cost coverage (percent) Service coverage by corporatized utilities (percent) Continuity of service (hours/day) Objective measure of water quality (percent Non-revenue water for Multiple Municipal Utility/utilities (percent)Value of implicit subsidy reduction (U.S. dollars). Operating cost coverage (percent). Service coverage by corporatized utilities (percent). Continuity of service (hours/day). Objective measure of water quality (percent). Non-revenue water for Multiple Municipal Utility/utilities (percent).
Value of signed water and sanitation construction contractsValue of signed water and sanitation construction contractsValue of signed water and sanitation construction contractsValue of signed water and sanitation construction contractsValue of signed water and sanitation construction works contracts.
Percent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction works contracts.
Strategic National Master Plan and Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment approved by appropriate authoritiesStrategic National Master Plan and Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment approved by appropriate authoritiesStrategic National Master Plan and Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment approved by appropriate authoritiesStrategic National Master Plan and Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment approved by appropriate authoritiesStrategic National Master Plan and Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment approved by appropriate authorities.
Value of signed water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed water and sanitation feasibility and design contracts.
Percent disbursed of water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of water and sanitation feasibility and design contracts.
Percent disbursed of technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ProjectPercent disbursed of technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ProjectPercent disbursed of technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ProjectPercent disbursed of technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ProjectPercent disbursed of technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project.
Value disbursed of Infrastructure Grant Facility Social Funds for disadvantaged groups and/or poor householdsValue disbursed of Infrastructure Grant Facility Social Funds for disadvantaged groups and/or poor householdsValue disbursed of Infrastructure Grant Facility Social Funds for disadvantaged groups and/or poor householdsValue disbursed of Infrastructure Grant Facility Social Funds for disadvantaged groups and/or poor householdsValue disbursed of Infrastructure Grant Facility Social Funds for disadvantaged groups and/or poor households.
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Value of all signed technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ProjectValue of all signed technical advisory services and training contracts in support of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project
Collection Ratio.
Multiple municipal utilities staff per 1,000 potable water connections.
El Salvador IIBusiness Development ServicesMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pending.
Human Capital Project
Infrastructure Project
Georgia IIEducation ProjectMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingSchools fully rehabilitated.
Science labs installed and equipped.
Percent disbursed of educational facility construction, rehabilitation, and equipping contracts.
School-based professional development facilitators trained.
School principals trained.
Science, math, English, and information and communication technology teachers trained.
Completion of teacher training design framework.
International assessments completed
Completion of pilot testing of national assessment instruments.
Vocational Education ProjectMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingStudents participating in MCC-supported Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs.
Industry co-investment in TVET provision.
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Date first grant agreement is signed.
Total grant outlays.
Tertiary Education ProjectMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingStudents enrolled in MCC-supported U.S. bachelor's programs.
First cohort of students enter MCC-funded science, technology, engineering and math bachelor's program.
Signing of partnership agreement between the Government of Georgia and university partner.
Georgian partner university faculty members receiving training from U.S. partner institution.
Ghana IIAccess to Electricity ProjectMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pendingMeasures pending.
Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Project
Power Generation Sector Improvement Project
Regulatory Strengthening and Capacity Building Project
IndonesiaCommunity Nutrition Project Objectives: Reduce and prevent low birth weight and childhood stunting and malnourishment of children in project areas, and to increase household income through cost savings, productivity growth and higher lifetime earningsValue of Generasi block grants fundedValue of Generasi block grants fundedValue of Generasi block grants fundedValue of Generasi block grants fundedValue of Generasi block grants funded.
Service providers trained on infant and young child feedingService providers trained on infant and young child feedingService providers trained on infant and young child feedingService providers trained on infant and young child feedingService providers trained on infant and young child feedingService providers trained on mother, infant and young child feeding.
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Communications Campaign design completeCommunications Campaign design completeCommunications Campaign design completeCommunications Campaign design completeCommunications Campaign design completeDate Communications Campaign design complete.
Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Iron Folic).
Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Taburia) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Taburia) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Taburia) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Taburia) (millions)Micro-nutrient packages delivered (Taburia).
Generasi proposalsGenerasi proposalsGenerasi proposalsGenerasi proposals
Generasi facilitators trained on stunting and genderGenerasi facilitators trained on stunting and genderGenerasi facilitators trained on stunting and genderGenerasi facilitators trained on stunting and gender
Sanitation triggering events.
Service providers trained on growth monitoring.
Green Prosperity Project Objectives: Increase productivity and reduce reliance on fossil fuels by expanding renewable energy; and Increase productivity and reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions by improving land use practices and management of natural resourcesSigned memoranda of understanding between the Indonesia accountable entity and districts Green Knowledge work plan completed Financial service provider partnerships established (loan agreement) Financial service provider partnerships established (grant partnerships)Signed memoranda of understanding between the Indonesia accountable entity and districts Green Knowledge work plan completed Financial service provider partnerships established (loan agreement) Financial service provider partnerships established (grant partnerships)Signed memoranda of understanding between the Indonesia accountable entity and districts Green Knowledge work plan completed Financial service provider partnerships established (loan agreement) Financial service provider partnerships established (grant partnerships)Signed memoranda of understanding between the Indonesia accountable entity and districts Green Knowledge work plan completed Financial service provider partnerships established (loan agreement) Financial service provider partnerships established (grant partnerships)Signed memoranda of understanding between the Indonesia accountable entity and districts. Green Knowledge work plan completed.
Financial service provider partnerships established (grant managers)Financial service provider partnerships established (grant managers)Financial service provider partnerships established (grant managers)Financial service provider partnerships established (grant managers)
Project financing approved by the Green Prosperity Finance FacilityProject financing approved by the Green Prosperity Finance FacilityProject financing approved by the Green Prosperity Finance FacilityProject financing approved by the Green Prosperity Finance Facility
Formal district adoption of guidelines for participatory village boundary settingFormal district adoption of guidelines for participatory village boundary settingFormal district adoption of guidelines for participatory village boundary settingFormal district adoption of guidelines for participatory village boundary setting
Financial service provider partnerships established (implementing entity agreements)Financial service provider partnerships established (implementing entity agreements)Financial service provider partnerships established (implementing entity agreements)Financial service provider partnerships established (implementing entity agreements)
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Project funds disbursed by the Technical Assistance and Oversight Activity (percent)Project funds disbursed by the Technical Assistance and Oversight Activity (percent)Project funds disbursed by the Technical Assistance and Oversight Activity (percent)Project funds disbursed by the Technical Assistance and Oversight Activity (percent)
Hectares targeted for improved practices for sustainable agriculture (including agro-forestry) as a result of Green Prosperity-funded projects and/or partnerships.
Hectares targeted for protection through Green Prosperity-funded projects and/or partnerships.
Additional capacity of renewable energy planned.
Grant agreements approved by Green Prosperity Finance Facility.
Villages assisted in participatory boundary setting.
District land use, land cover, and permits and licenses inventories created.
Proposals that receive project preparation support.
Procurement Modernization Project Objectives: Achieve significant government expenditure savings on procured goods and services, while assuring their quality satisfies the public need, and to achieve the delivery of public services as plannedProcurement management information system adopted Creation of sustainable procurement policy National Action Plan Framework agreements signed and catalogued Procurement Service Unit staff trained Creation of public private partnership standard bidding documentsProcurement management information system adopted Creation of sustainable procurement policy National Action Plan Framework agreements signed and catalogued Procurement Service Unit staff trained Creation of public private partnership standard bidding documentsProcurement management information system adopted Creation of sustainable procurement policy National Action Plan Framework agreements signed and catalogued Procurement Service Unit staff trained Creation of public private partnership standard bidding documentsProcurement management information system adopted Creation of sustainable procurement policy National Action Plan Framework agreements signed and catalogued Procurement Service Unit staff trained Creation of public private partnership standard bidding documentsProcurement management information system adopted (Phase I). Date the sustainable procurement policy National Action Plan endorsed.
Date e-catalogue system established.
Mentor visits conducted.
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Hours of training conducted.
JordanExpansion Of Wastewater Treatment Capacity Objectives: Increase the volume of treated wastewater available as a substitute for freshwater in agricultural useTreated wastewater used in agriculture (as a percent of all water used for irrigation in Northern and Middle Jordan Valley) Value disbursed of construction contracts; MCC contributionTreated wastewater used in agriculture (as a percent of all water used for irrigation in Northern and Middle Jordan Valley) Value disbursed of construction contracts; MCC contributionTreated wastewater used in agriculture (as a percent of all water used for irrigation in Northern and Middle Jordan Valley) Value disbursed of construction contracts; MCC contributionTreated wastewater used in agriculture (as a percent of all water used for irrigation in Northern and Middle Jordan Valley) Value disbursed of construction contracts; MCC contributionTreated wastewater used in agriculture (as a percent of all water used for irrigation in Northern and Middle Jordan Valley). Value disbursed of construction contracts; MCC contribution.
Total engineering, procurement, and construction costs of As-Samra ExpansionTotal engineering, procurement, and construction costs of As-Samra ExpansionTotal engineering, procurement, and construction costs of As-Samra ExpansionTotal engineering, procurement, and construction costs of As-Samra ExpansionTotal engineering, procurement, and construction costs of As-Samra Expansion.
Wastewater Collection Objectives: Increase access to the wastewater network, increase the volume of wastewater collected and reduce the incidents of sewage overflowSewer blockage events; annual Volume of wastewater collected; (millions of cubic meters per year) Residential population connected to the sewer system (percent)Sewer blockage events; annual Volume of wastewater collected; (millions of cubic meters per year) Residential population connected to the sewer system (percent)Sewer blockage events; annual Volume of wastewater collected; (millions of cubic meters per year) Residential population connected to the sewer system (percent)Sewer blockage events; annual Volume of wastewater collected; (millions of cubic meters per year) Residential population connected to the sewer system (percent)Sewer blockage events; annual. Volume of wastewater collected; (millions of cubic meters per year). Residential population connected to the sewer system (percent).
Expand network (kilometers)Expand network (kilometers)Expand network (kilometers)Expand network (kilometers)Expand network (kilometers).
Value disbursed of sanitation construction contractsValue disbursed of sanitation construction contractsValue disbursed of sanitation construction contractsValue disbursed of sanitation construction contractsValue disbursed of sanitation construction contracts.
Water Network Restructuring and Rehabilitation Objectives: Reduce water losses, improve continuity of water service and improve overall efficiency and use of network water delivery leading to households substituting network water for costly alternativesNetwork water consumption per capita (residential and non-residential); liters/capita/day Operating cost coverage—Water Authority Jordan Zarqa Non-Revenue Water (percent) Continuity of Supply time; hours per week Restructured and rehabilitated primary and secondary pipelines (kilometers)Network water consumption per capita (residential and non-residential); liters/capita/day Operating cost coverage—Water Authority Jordan Zarqa Non-Revenue Water (percent) Continuity of Supply time; hours per week Restructured and rehabilitated primary and secondary pipelines (kilometers)Network water consumption per capita (residential and non-residential); liters/capita/day Operating cost coverage—Water Authority Jordan Zarqa Non-Revenue Water (percent) Continuity of Supply time; hours per week Restructured and rehabilitated primary and secondary pipelines (kilometers)Network water consumption per capita (residential and non-residential); liters/capita/day Operating cost coverage—Water Authority Jordan Zarqa Non-Revenue Water (percent) Continuity of Supply time; hours per week Restructured and rehabilitated primary and secondary pipelines (kilometers)Network water consumption per capita (residential and non-residential); liters/capita/day. Operating cost coverage—Water Authority Jordan Zarqa. Non-Revenue Water (percent). Continuity of Supply time; hours per week. Restructured and rehabilitated primary and secondary pipelines (kilometers).
Restructured and rehabilitated tertiary pipelines (kilometers)Restructured and rehabilitated tertiary pipelines (kilometers)Restructured and rehabilitated tertiary pipelines (kilometers)Restructured and rehabilitated tertiary pipelines (kilometers)Restructured and rehabilitated tertiary pipelines (kilometers).
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Value disbursed of water construction contracts—Infrastructure Activity and Water Smart Homes ActivityValue disbursed of water construction contracts—Infrastructure Activity and Water Smart Homes ActivityValue disbursed of water construction contracts—Infrastructure Activity and Water Smart Homes ActivityValue disbursed of water construction contracts—Infrastructure Activity and Water Smart Homes ActivityValue disbursed of water construction contracts—Water Network Project.
National Aid Fund households with improved water and wastewater networkNational Aid Fund households with improved water and wastewater networkNational Aid Fund households with improved water and wastewater networkNational Aid Fund households with improved water and wastewater networkNational Aid Fund households with improved water and wastewater network.
National Aid Fund households connected to the wastewater network as a result of the Water Smart Homes ActivityNational Aid Fund households connected to the wastewater network as a result of the Water Smart Homes ActivityNational Aid Fund households connected to the wastewater network as a result of the Water Smart Homes ActivityNational Aid Fund households connected to the wastewater network as a result of the Water Smart Homes ActivityNational Aid Fund households connected to the wastewater network as a result of the Water Smart Homes Activity.
LesothoHealth Sector Project Objectives: Increase access to life-extending anti-retroviral treatment and essential health services by providing a sustainable delivery platformDeliveries conducted in health centers (percent) People with HIV still alive 12 months after initiation of treatment (percent) Tuberculosis notifications (per 100,000 population) Health centers equipped (percent) Physical completion of health center facilities (percent)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Physical completion of Outpatient Departments (percent)
Physical completion of the Botsabelo facilities (percent)
Private Sector Development Project Objectives: Stimulate investment by improving access to credit, reducing transaction costs and increasing the participation of women in the economyDebit/smart cards issued Bonds registered Change in time for property transactions (percent) Urban land parcels regularized and registered Stakeholders trained Time required to resolve commercial disputes (days)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Cases filed at the commercial court
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Women holding titles to land
People trained
Water Sector Project Objectives: Improve the water supply for industrial and domestic needs, and enhance rural livelihoods through improved watershed managementPhysical completion of Metolong water treatment works contract (percent) Households with provisions to connect to water networks Non-revenue water (percent) Physical completion of Urban Water supply works contracts (percent)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Ventilated improved pit latrines built
Water points constructed
MalawiNatural Resource Management Project Objectives: Increase efficiency of hydropower generationValue of signed weed and sediment management activity contracts Distribution of invasive aquatic species (cubic kilometers)Value of signed weed and sediment management activity contracts Distribution of invasive aquatic species (cubic kilometers)Value of signed weed and sediment management activity contracts Distribution of invasive aquatic species (cubic kilometers)Value of signed weed and sediment management activity contracts Distribution of invasive aquatic species (cubic kilometers)Value of signed weed and sediment management activity contracts.
Amount of weed harvested at Liwonde barrage (metric tons)Amount of weed harvested at Liwonde barrage (metric tons)Amount of weed harvested at Liwonde barrage (metric tons)Amount of weed harvested at Liwonde barrage (metric tons)
Grant agreements in place with civil society and private sector service providers.
Value of signed Environmental and Natural Resource Management & Social and Gender Assessment project contracts.
Power Project Objectives: Improve the availability, reliability and quality of the power supply by increasing the throughput capacity and stability of the national electricity gridPercent disbursed of feasibility and design contracts Average duration of outages/interruptions (hours) Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Percent disbursed of feasibility and design contracts Average duration of outages/interruptions (hours) Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Percent disbursed of feasibility and design contracts Average duration of outages/interruptions (hours) Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Percent disbursed of feasibility and design contracts Average duration of outages/interruptions (hours) Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Percent disbursed of feasibility and design contracts.
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Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)Average frequency of forced outages/Interruptions (ratio)
Value of signed power infrastructure construction contracts.
Power Sector Reform Project Objectives: Create an enabling environment for future expansion by strengthening sector institutions and enhancing regulation and governance of the sectorCost recovery ratio—operating expenses (percent) Debt- equity ratio Average creditor daysCost recovery ratio—operating expenses (percent) Debt- equity ratio Average collections period (days)Cost recovery ratio—operating expenses (percent) Debt- equity ratio Average collections period (days)Cost recovery ratio—operating expenses (percent) Debt- equity ratio Average collections period (days)
Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Maintenance Expenditures ratio to planned maintenance budget.
Bad Debt.
Approved tariff levels and schedules (actual) (U.S. cents/kilowatt hour).
Tariff levels and schedules (U.S. cents/kilowatt hour)Tariff levels and schedules (U.S. cents/kilowatt hour)Tariff levels and schedules (U.S. cents/kilowatt hour)Tariff levels and schedules (U.S. cents/kilowatt hour)
MoldovaRoad Rehabilitation Project Objectives: Enhance transportation conditionsReduced cost for road users Average annual daily traffic Road maintenance expenditureReduced cost for road users Average annual daily traffic Road maintenance expenditureReduced cost for road users Average annual daily traffic Road maintenance expenditureReduced cost for road users Average annual daily traffic Road maintenance expenditureReduced cost for road users. Average annual daily traffic. Road maintenance expenditure.
Kilometers of roads completedKilometers of roads completedKilometers of roads completedKilometers of roads completedKilometers of roads completed.
Percent of contracted roads works disbursedPercent of contracted roads works disbursedPercent of contracted roads works disbursedPercent of contracted roads works disbursedPercent of contracted roads works disbursed.
Road safety training for children (number of children)Road safety training for children (number of children)Road safety training for children (number of children)Road safety training for children (number of children)Road safety training for children (number of children).
Date Resettlement Action Plan completedDate Resettlement Action Plan completedDate Resettlement Action Plan completedDate Resettlement Action Plan completedDate Resettlement Action Plan completed.
Trafficking in persons training participantsTrafficking in persons training participantsTrafficking in persons training participantsTrafficking in persons training participantsTrafficking in persons training participants.
Roughness (meters per kilometer).
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Temporary employment generated in road construction (number employed).
Hectares under improved or new irrigationHectares under improved or new irrigationHectares under improved or new irrigationHectares under improved or new irrigationHectares under improved or new irrigation.
Centralized irrigation systems rehabilitatedCentralized irrigation systems rehabilitatedCentralized irrigation systems rehabilitatedCentralized irrigation systems rehabilitatedCentralized irrigation systems rehabilitated.
Percent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contracts.
Management transfer agreements signedManagement transfer agreements signedManagement transfer agreements signedManagement transfer agreements signedManagement transfer agreements signed.
New high value agriculture infrastructure in place (metric tons)New high value agriculture infrastructure in place (metric tons)New high value agriculture infrastructure in place (metric tons)New high value agriculture infrastructure in place (metric tons)New high value agriculture infrastructure in place (metric tons).
Loans past dueLoans past dueLoans past dueLoans past dueLoans past due.
Value of agricultural and rural loansValue of agricultural and rural loansValue of agricultural and rural loansValue of agricultural and rural loansValue of agricultural and rural loans.
Loan borrowersLoan borrowersLoan borrowersLoan borrowersLoan borrowers.
Loan borrowers (female)Loan borrowers (female)Loan borrowers (female)Loan borrowers (female)Loan borrowers (female).
Value of sales facilitatedValue of sales facilitatedValue of sales facilitatedValue of sales facilitatedValue of sales facilitated.
Farmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingFarmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingFarmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingFarmers who have applied improved practices as a result of trainingFarmers who have applied improved practices as a result of training.
Farmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trained.
Farmers trained (female)Farmers trained (female)Farmers trained (female)Farmers trained (female)Farmers trained (female).
Enterprises assistedEnterprises assistedEnterprises assistedEnterprises assistedEnterprises assisted.
Enterprises assisted (female)Enterprises assisted (female)Enterprises assisted (female)Enterprises assisted (female)Enterprises assisted (female).
Water user associations achieving financial sustainabilityWater user associations achieving financial sustainabilityWater user associations achieving financial sustainabilityWater user associations achieving financial sustainability
Transition To High Value Agriculture Project Objectives: Increase incomes in the agricultural sector; Create models for transition to high value agriculture (HVA) in CIS areas and an enabling environment (legal, financial and market) for replication.Value of signed irrigation construction contracts Date Revised Legal Water Management Framework passed Water user associations with active and representative governance Water user associations with gender-balanced management and governanceValue of signed irrigation construction contracts Date Revised Legal Water Management Framework passed Water user associations with active and representative governance Water user associations with gender-balanced management and governanceValue of signed irrigation construction contracts Date Revised Legal Water Management Framework passed Water user associations with active and representative governance Water user associations with gender-balanced management and governanceValue of signed irrigation construction contracts Date Revised Legal Water Management Framework passed Water user associations with active and representative governance Water user associations with gender-balanced management and governanceValue of signed irrigation construction contracts. Date Revised Legal Water Management Framework passed. Water user associations with active and representative governance. Water user associations with gender-balanced management and governance.
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Enterprises that have applied improved techniquesEnterprises that have applied improved techniquesEnterprises that have applied improved techniquesEnterprises that have applied improved techniquesEnterprises that have applied improved techniques.
Percent disbursed of irrigation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation feasibility and design contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation feasibility and design contracts.
Value of signed irrigation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed irrigation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed irrigation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed irrigation feasibility and design contractsValue of signed irrigation feasibility and design contracts.
Temporary employment generated in irrigation.
The Central Phytosanitary Lab is certified.
MongoliaEnergy and Environmental Project Objectives: Increased wealth and productivity through greater fuel use efficiency and decreasing health costs from air pollution in UlaanbaatarHeat-only boilers sites upgraded Subsidized stoves sold. Power dispatched from substation (millions of kilowatt hours).Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Health Project Objectives: Reduce the risk of premature death and disability from NCDs and traffic injuriesAmount of civil society grants (U.S. dollars) Cervical cancer cases detected early (percent) Screening for hypertension (percent) School teachers trained Health staff trainedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Primary healthcare facilities with non-communicable disease services (percent)
Property Rights Project Objectives: Increase the security and capitalization of land assets held by lower-income Mongolians, and increase peri-urban herder productivity and incomesWells completed
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Stakeholders trained Leases awarded Project herder groups limiting their livestock population to the carrying capacity of their leases on farms in 3 central aimags (Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan and Erdenet) (percent)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Official cost prescribed for property transactions (first-time) (U.S. dollars)
Household with land rights formalized
Legal and regulatory reforms adopted
Stakeholders trained
Roads Project Objectives: More efficient transport for trade and access to servicesKilometers of roads completed Kilometers of roads under designCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Percent disbursed of road construction contracts
Technical Vocational Education Project Objectives: Increase employment and income among unemployed and underemployed MongoliansStudents participating in MCC-supported education activities Public-private partnership funding contributed to Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) schools (percent)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Educational facilities constructed or rehabilitated
Instructors trained
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MoroccoArtisan and Fez Medina Project Objectives: Increase revenue from cultural and artisan activities, and improve educational and professional qualifications of compact beneficiariesTotal receiving literacy training Graduates of MCC-supported functional literacy program (female) Graduates of MCC-supported functional literacy program (male) Total receiving professional trainingCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Females receiving professional training
Graduates of vocational training program (residential, apprenticeship and continuing education)
Drop-out rates of participants of residential and apprenticeship programs (percent)
Potters trained
MCC-subsidized gas kilns bought by artisans
Adoption rate of improved production practices promoted by the project (percent)
Tourist circuits improved or created
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that append the label on their products
SMEs participating in promotion events
Sites constructed or rehabilitated (4 foundouks, Place Lalla Ydouna, Ain Nokbi)
Beneficiaries of Ain Nokbi construction and artisan resettlement program
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Enterprise Support Project Objectives: Improve the outcomes of the Moukawalati and National Initiative for Human Development programs by increasing the viability of young enterprises created through these programsReduction in SME mortality (treatment firms with respect to control firms) one year after support completion (percent) Days of individual coaching Beneficiaries trainedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Financial Services Project Objectives: Improve micro-enterprise services and remove most severe constraints to the development of the microfinance sector based on market principalsValue of loan agreements between microcredit associations and Jaida (millions of Moroccan dirhams) Microfinance institutions' portfolio at risk at 30 days (percent) Value of loans granted through mobile branches (U.S. dollars)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Clients reached through mobile branches
Value of loan disbursements to Jaida (U.S. dollars)
Fruit Tree Productivity Project Objectives: Stimulate growth in the agricultural sector and reduce the volatility of agricultural production by restructuring farming from grains towards fruit tree cultivationArea planted and delivered to farmers (hectares) Area in expansion perimeters for which water and soil conservation measures have been implemented (hectares) Cumulative area of irrigated perimeters rehabilitated (hectares)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Yield of rehabilitated olive trees in irrigated areas (metric tons per hectare)
Average agricultural revenue per farm in oasis areas (U.S. dollars)
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Hectares under improved irrigation
Yield of rehabilitated date palms in oasis areas (metric tons per hectare)
In vitro seedlings successfully planted
Farmers trained (in all areas targeted by the project)
Catalyst Fund proposals approved
Disbursements under the catalyst fund (U.S. dollars)
Small-Scale Fisheries Project Objectives: Supported by modern landing-site infrastructure, equipment and storage facilities, develop value-chain activities related to the fishing industry encouraging greater access to national and international markets, while improving the fish quality and preserving resourcesBoats benefitting from landing sites and ports Artisan fishers who received a training certificate Average price of fish at auction markets (Moroccan dirhams per kilogram) Work days created for construction jobs in landing sites, ports, and wholesale market sites Active mobile fish vendors trained and equipped by the projectCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Net annual income of mobile fish vendors (U.S. dollars)
MozambiqueFarmer Income Support Project Objectives: To protect and restore income from coconuts and their derivatives and expand farmers' productive capacity through income diversification.Survival rate of coconut seedlings (percent) Coconut seedlings planted Farmers trained in surveillance and pest and disease control for coconuts Farmers trained in planting and post planting management of coconutsCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Hectares of alternative crops under production
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Farmers trained in alternative crop production and productivity enhancing strategies
Farmers using alternative crop production and productivity enhancing strategies (percent)
Businesses receiving Business Development Fund grants
Land Tenure Project Objectives: Establish efficient and secure land access for households, communities, and investorsPeople trained (paralegal courses at Legal and Judicial Training Centre, general training at National Directorate for Land and Forestry, etc.) Land administration offices established or upgraded Land tenure regularization (LTR) urban parcels mapped LTR land use property rights certificates (DUATs) delivered to the urban beneficiariesCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
LTR rural hectares mapped
LTR DUATs delivered to the rural beneficiaries
Community Land Fund rural hectares formalized
Community Land Fund communities land areas mapped
Rehabilitation/Construction of Roads Project Objectives: To increase access to productive resources and markets while reducing associated transport costsPercent of roads works contracts disbursed Kilometers of roads issued take-over certificatesCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
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Water Supply and Sanitation Project Objectives: To increase access to reliable sources of potable water supply in urban and rural areas and improved sanitation in urban and peri-urban areasValue of municipal sanitation and drainage systems construction contracts signed Amount disbursed for municipal sanitation and drainage construction contracts Value of contracts signed for construction of water systemsCompact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Percent of revised construction contract disbursed for water systems
Rural water points constructed
Percent of rural population of the six intervention districts with access to improved water sources
Amount disbursed for rural water points construction contracts (U.S. dollars)
Persons trained in hygiene and sanitary best practices
NamibiaAgriculture Project Objectives: Enhance the health and marketing efficiency of livestock in the Northern Communal Areas of Namibia and to increase income from indigenous natural products accruing to the poor nationwideParticipating households registered in the Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management sub-activity Grazing areas with documented combined management plans Parcels corrected or incorporated in land systemParticipating households registered in the Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management sub-activity Grazing areas with documented combined management plans Parcels corrected or incorporated in land systemParticipating households registered in the Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management sub-activity Grazing areas with documented combined management plans Parcels corrected or incorporated in land systemParticipating households registered in the Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management sub-activity Grazing areas with documented combined management plans Parcels corrected or incorporated in land systemParticipating households registered in the Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management sub-activity. Grazing areas with documented combined management plans. Parcels corrected or incorporated in land system.
Stakeholders trainedStakeholders trainedStakeholders trainedStakeholders trainedStakeholders trained.
Cattle tagged with RFID tagsCattle tagged with RFID tagsCattle tagged with RFID tagsCattle tagged with RFID tagsCattle tagged with RFID tags.
Value of grant agreements signed under the Livestock Efficiency FundValue of grant agreements signed under the Livestock Efficiency FundValue of grant agreements signed under the Livestock Efficiency FundValue of grant agreements signed under the Livestock Efficiency FundValue of grant agreements signed under the Livestock Efficiency Fund.
Farmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trainedFarmers trained.
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Payment to producers from Indigenous Natural Products salesPayment to producers from Indigenous Natural Products salesPayment to producers from Indigenous Natural Products salesPayment to producers from Indigenous Natural Products salesPayment to producers from Indigenous Natural Products sales.
Grazing areas doing combined herdingGrazing areas doing combined herdingGrazing areas doing combined herdingGrazing areas doing combined herdingGrazing areas doing combined herding.
Legal and regulatory reforms adoptedLegal and regulatory reforms adoptedLegal and regulatory reforms adoptedLegal and regulatory reforms adoptedLegal and regulatory reforms adopted.
New state veterinary offices operationalNew state veterinary offices operationalNew state veterinary offices operationalNew state veterinary offices operationalNew state veterinary offices operational.
Education Project Objectives: Improve the quality of the workforce in Namibia by enhancing the equity and effectiveness of basic vocational, and tertiary education and of technical skillsLearners (any level) participating in the 47 schools sub-activity Educational facilities constructed, rehabilitated, equipped in the 47 schools sub‐activity Textbooks deliveredLearners (any level) participating in the 47 schools sub-activity Educational facilities constructed, rehabilitated, equipped in the 47 schools sub‐activity Textbooks deliveredLearners (any level) participating in the 47 schools sub-activity Educational facilities constructed, rehabilitated, equipped in the 47 schools sub‐activity Textbooks deliveredLearners (any level) participating in the 47 schools sub-activity Educational facilities constructed, rehabilitated, equipped in the 47 schools sub‐activity Textbooks deliveredLearners (any level) participating in the 47 schools sub-activity. Educational facilities constructed, rehabilitated, equipped in the 47 schools sub‐activity. Textbooks delivered.
Educators trained to be textbook management trainersEducators trained to be textbook management trainersEducators trained to be textbook management trainersEducators trained to be textbook management trainersEducators trained to be textbook management trainers.
Educators trained to be textbook utilization trainersEducators trained to be textbook utilization trainersEducators trained to be textbook utilization trainersEducators trained to be textbook utilization trainersEducators trained to be textbook utilization trainers.
Visits to Namibia accountable entity assisted regional study and resource centersVisits to Namibia accountable entity assisted regional study and resource centersVisits to Namibia accountable entity assisted regional study and resource centersVisits to Namibia accountable entity assisted regional study and resource centersVisits to Namibia accountable entity assisted regional study and resource centers.
Compliance rate for National Training Fund levyCompliance rate for National Training Fund levyCompliance rate for National Training Fund levyCompliance rate for National Training Fund levyCompliance rate for National Training Fund levy.
Graduates from MCC-supported education activitiesGraduates from MCC-supported education activitiesGraduates from MCC-supported education activitiesGraduates from MCC-supported education activitiesGraduates from MCC-supported education activities.
Percent of schools with positions filled to teach information, communication and technology literacyPercent of schools with positions filled to teach information, communication and technology literacyPercent of schools with positions filled to teach information, communication and technology literacyPercent of schools with positions filled to teach information, communication and technology literacyPercent of schools with positions filled to teach information, communication and technology literacy.
Regional study and resource centers opened to visitorsRegional study and resource centers opened to visitorsRegional study and resource centers opened to visitorsRegional study and resource centers opened to visitorsRegional study and resource centers opened to visitors.
Percent of positions at regional study and resource centers staffedPercent of positions at regional study and resource centers staffedPercent of positions at regional study and resource centers staffedPercent of positions at regional study and resource centers staffedPercent of positions at regional study and resource centers staffed.
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Community skills development centers and arts and crafts centers completedCommunity skills development centers and arts and crafts centers completedCommunity skills development centers and arts and crafts centers completedCommunity skills development centers and arts and crafts centers completedCommunity skills development centers and arts and crafts centers completed.
Modified National Student Financial Assistance Fund management information system completedModified National Student Financial Assistance Fund management information system completedModified National Student Financial Assistance Fund management information system completedModified National Student Financial Assistance Fund management information system completedModified National Student Financial Assistance Fund management information system completed.
Tourism Project Objectives: Grow the Namibian tourism industry with a focus on increasing income to households in communal conservanciesTourists to Etosha National Park Galton Gate Plan implemented Unique visits on Namibia Tourism Board website Leisure tourist arrivals North American tourism businesses (travel agencies and tour operators) that offer Namibian tours or tour packagesTourists to Etosha National Park Galton Gate Plan implemented Unique visits on Namibia Tourism Board website Leisure tourist arrivals North American tourism businesses (travel agencies and tour operators) that offer Namibian tours or tour packagesTourists to Etosha National Park Galton Gate Plan implemented Unique visits on Namibia Tourism Board website Leisure tourist arrivals North American tourism businesses (travel agencies and tour operators) that offer Namibian tours or tour packagesTourists to Etosha National Park Galton Gate Plan implemented Unique visits on Namibia Tourism Board website Leisure tourist arrivals North American tourism businesses (travel agencies and tour operators) that offer Namibian tours or tour packagesTourists to Etosha National Park Galton Gate Plan implemented. Unique visits on Namibia Tourism Board website. Leisure tourist arrivals. North American tourism businesses (travel agencies and tour operators) that offer Namibian tours or tour packages.
Annual gross revenue to conservancies receiving assistance from Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Annual gross revenue to conservancies receiving assistance from Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Annual gross revenue to conservancies receiving assistance from Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Annual gross revenue to conservancies receiving assistance from Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Annual gross revenue to conservancies receiving assistance from Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars).
Amount of new private sector investment secured by conservancies assisted by Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Amount of new private sector investment secured by conservancies assisted by Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Amount of new private sector investment secured by conservancies assisted by Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Amount of new private sector investment secured by conservancies assisted by Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars)Amount of new private sector investment secured by conservancies assisted by Namibia accountable entity (Namibian dollars).
Value of grants issued by the Conservancy Development Support Grant Fund (Namibian dollars)Value of grants issued by the Conservancy Development Support Grant Fund (Namibian dollars)Value of grants issued by the Conservancy Development Support Grant Fund (Namibian dollars)Value of grants issued by the Conservancy Development Support Grant Fund (Namibian dollars)Value of grants issued by the Conservancy Development Support Grant Fund (Namibian dollars).
Galton Gate construction: schedule performance indexGalton Gate construction: schedule performance indexGalton Gate construction: schedule performance indexGalton Gate construction: schedule performance indexGalton Gate construction: schedule performance index.
Ombika Gate construction: schedule performance indexOmbika Gate construction: schedule performance indexOmbika Gate construction: schedule performance indexOmbika Gate construction: schedule performance indexOmbika Gate construction: schedule performance index.
PhilippinesCommunity Development Grants ProjectNew jobs in tourism created in conservanciesNew jobs in tourism created in conservanciesNew jobs in tourism created in conservanciesNew jobs in tourism created in conservanciesNew jobs in tourism created in conservancies.
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Completed KALAHI-CIDSS (KC) sub-projects implemented in compliance with technical plans and within schedule and budgetCompleted KALAHI-CIDSS (KC) sub-projects implemented in compliance with technical plans and within schedule and budgetCompleted KALAHI-CIDSS (KC) sub-projects implemented in compliance with technical plans and within schedule and budget
Communities and/or barangays with KC sub-projects that have a sustainability evaluation rating of satisfactory or better (percent)Communities and/or barangays with KC sub-projects that have a sustainability evaluation rating of satisfactory or better (percent)Communities and/or barangays with KC sub-projects that have a sustainability evaluation rating of satisfactory or better (percent)Communities and/or barangays with KC sub-projects that have a sustainability evaluation rating of satisfactory or better (percent)
KALAHI-CIDSS Project Objectives: The KALAHI-CIDSS (KC) Project expects to improve the responsiveness of local governments to community needs, encourage communities to engage in development activities, and deliver benefits to barangay residents through the individual sub-projectsMunicipalities that provide their KC local counterpart contributions (LCC) based on their LCC delivery plan (percent)Municipalities that provide their KC local counterpart contributions(LCC) based on their LCC delivery plan (percent)Municipalities that provide their KC local counterpart contributions (LCC) based on their LCC delivery plan (percent)Percentage of municipalities that provide their KC local counterpart contributions (LCC) based on their LCC delivery planPercentage of municipalities that provide their KC local counterpart contributions (LCC) based on their LCC delivery plan.
Sub-projects completed with 100 percent physical accomplishmentSub-projects completed with 100 percent physical accomplishment.
Barangays that have completed all the trainings during the social preparation stage.
Barangays that have completed Thematic Environment Management System TEMS Training.
Barangays that have completed gender-related training.
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Roads Project Objectives: The Secondary National Roads Development Project expects to lower vehicle operating costs and save the time of those Filipinos living near the roadsKilometers of road sections completed Value of road construction contracts signed Value of road construction contracts signedKilometers of road sections completed Value of road construction contracts signed Value of road construction contracts signedKilometers of road sections completed Value of road construction contracts signed Value of road construction contracts signedKilometers of road sections completed Value of road construction contracts signed Value of road construction contracts signedValue of road construction contracts disbursed.
Project-affected parties resettledProject-affected parties resettledProject-affected parties resettledProject-affected parties resettledProject-affected parties resettled.
Kilometers of roads with vehicle-passable (lanes).
Project-affected entities compensated (female).
Revenue Administration Reform Project Objectives: The Revenue Administration Reform Project expects to increase tax revenues over time and support the Department of Finance's initiatives to detect and deter corruption within its revenue agenciesSuccessful case resolutionsSuccessful case resolutionsSuccessful case resolutionsSuccessful case resolutionsSuccessful case resolutions.
Personnel charged with graft, corruption, lifestyle and/or criminal casesPersonnel charged with graft, corruption, lifestyle and/or criminal casesPersonnel charged with graft, corruption, lifestyle and/or criminal casesPersonnel charged with graft, corruption, lifestyle and/or criminal casesPersonnel charged with graft, corruption, lifestyle and/or criminal cases.
Revenue District Offices using electronic tax information system (percent)Revenue District Offices using electronic tax information system (percent)Revenue District Offices using electronic tax information system (percent)Revenue District Offices using electronic tax information system (percent)Revenue District Offices using electronic tax information system (percent).
Audit cases performed using automated audit tools (percent)Audit cases performed using automated audit tools (percent)Audit cases performed using automated audit tools (percent)Percentage of audit cases performed using automated audit toolsPercentage of audit cases performed using automated audit tools.
Average time taken to complete investigation (days)Average time taken to complete investigation (days)Average time taken to complete investigation (days)Average time taken to complete investigation (days)
AuditsAuditsAuditsPercentage of automatically-generated audits
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Audits completed in compliance with prescribed period of 120 days (percent)Audits completed in compliance with prescribed period of 120 days (percent)Audits completed in compliance with prescribed period of 120 days (percent)
Percentage of audits completed in compliance with prescribed period of 180 days
Revenue collection per audit (millions of Philippine pesos).
Revenue from new and existing business registrants.
SenegalIrrigation Objectives: Improve productivity of the agricultural sectorTons of irrigated rice production Hectares under productionTons of irrigated rice production Hectares under productionRice paddy production (tons) Hectares under productionRice paddy production (tons) Hectares under production across cropping seasonsRice paddy production (tons). Hectares under production across cropping season.
Percent of disbursement on the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructures in the Delta and the NgallenkaPercent of disbursement on the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructures in the Delta and the NgallenkaPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contractsPercent disbursed of irrigation construction contracts.
New conflicts resolved (percent)New conflicts resolved (percent)Conflicts successfully mediatedConflicts successfully mediatedConflicts successfully mediated.
People trained on land security toolsPeople trained on land security toolsParticipants in the training modules on land tenure security toolsParticipants in the training modules on land tenure security toolsParticipants in the training modules on land tenure security tools.
Women trained on land security toolsWomen trained on land security toolsParticipants in the training modules on land tenure security tools (female)Participants in the training modules on land tenure security tools (female)Participants in the training modules on land tenure security tools (female).
Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Delta Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Delta Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Delta Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Delta Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Delta Activity).
Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Podor Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Podor Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Podor Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Podor Activity)Cropping intensity (hectares under production per year/cultivable hectares) (Podor Activity).
Value of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in the DeltaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in the DeltaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in the DeltaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in the DeltaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in the Delta.
Value of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in NgallenkaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in NgallenkaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in NgallenkaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in NgallenkaValue of the construction contracts signed for the irrigation infrastructure in Ngallenka.
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Potentially irrigable lands area (Delta and Ngallenka) (hectares)Potentially irrigable lands area (Delta and Ngallenka) (hectares)
Total area with improved irrigation infrastructure (Delta and Ngallenka) (hectares)Total area with improved irrigation infrastructure (Delta and Ngallenka) (hectares)Total area with improved irrigation infrastructure (Delta and Ngallenka) (hectares).
Temporary employment generated in irrigation (number employed).
Hectares formalized (having a land allocation title and registered).
Roads Project Objectives: Expand Access to Markets and ServicesPercent of disbursements for the contract signed for the constructions of the National Road (RN) #2 and National Road (RN) #6Percent of disbursements for the contract signed for the constructions of the National Road (RN) #2 and National Road (RN) #6Percent disbursed of road construction contractsPercent disbursed of road construction contractsPercent disbursed of road construction contracts.
Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#2Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#2Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#2Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#2Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#2.
International Roughness Index on the RN#2International Roughness Index on the RN#2Roughness (RN#2)Roughness (RN#2)Roughness (RN#2).
International Roughness Index on the RN#6International Roughness Index on the RN#6Roughness (RN#6)Roughness (RN#6)Roughness (RN#6).
Value of contracts signed for the construction of the RN#2 and the RN#6Value of contracts signed for the construction of the RN#2 and the RN#6Value of signed road construction contractsValue of signed road construction contractsValue of signed road construction contracts.
Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#6Kilometers of roads rehabilitated on the RN#6Kilometers of rehabilitated roads on RN#6Kilometers of rehabilitated roads on RN#6Kilometers of rehabilitated roads on RN#6.
Kilometers of roads covered by the contract for the studies, the supervision and management of the RN#2Kilometers of roads covered by the contract for the studies, the supervision and management of the RN#2Kilometers of roads under design of the RN#2Kilometers of roads under design of the RN#2
Kilometers of roads covered by the contract for the studies, the supervision and management of the RN#6Kilometers of roads covered by the contract for the studies, the supervision and management of the RN#6Kilometers of roads under design of the RN#6Kilometers of roads under design of the RN#6
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Temporary employment generated in road construction (number employed).
TanzaniaEnergy Sector Project Objectives: Increased value addedCurrent power customers (Zanzibar Interconnector Activity)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Transmission and distribution substations capacity (megawatt peak) (Zanzibar Interconnector Activity)
Technical and non-technical losses (Zanzibar) (percent)
Kilometers of 132 kilovolt (kv) lines constructed
Percent disbursed on overhead lines contract
Current power customers (Malagarsi Hydropower and Kigoma Distribution Activity)
Capacity of photovoltaic (PV) systems installed (kilowatt peak)
Current power customers (all six project regions in Mainland)
Kilometers of 33/11 kV lines constructed
Transmission and distribution substations capacity (megavolt ampere) (all six project regions in Mainland)
Technical and non-technical losses (all six project regions in Mainland and Kigoma) (percent)
Cost recovery ratio
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Transport Sector Project Objectives: Increased cash crop revenue; Increased aggregate visitor spendingPercent disbursed on construction contracts Surfacing complete: Tunduma-Sumbawanga (percent)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed.
Surfacing complete: Tanga-Horohoro (percent)
Surfacing complete: Namtumbo-Songea (percent)
Surfacing complete: Peramiho-Mbinga (percent)
Kilometers of roads completed (taken over) (Mainland Roads Activity)
Pemba: Percent disbursed on construction contract
Surfacing complete: Pemba (percent)
Kilometers of roads completed (taken over) (Zanzibar Rural Roads Activity)
Road maintenance expenditures: Mainland Trunk Roads (percent)
Road maintenance expenditures: Zanzibar Rural Roads (percent)
Runway surfacing complete (percent)
Water Sector Project Objectives: Increased investment in human and physical capital; Reduced prevalence of water-related diseasesVolume of water produced (millions of liters per day) (Lower Ruvu Plant Expansion Activity) Operations and maintenance cost recovery (percent) (Lower Ruvu Plant Expansion Activity)Compact closedCompact closedCompact closedCompact closed
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Volume of water produced (millions of liters per day) (Morogoro Water Supply Activity)
Operations and Maintenance Cost Recovery (percent) (Morogoro Water Supply Activity)
ZambiaWater Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project Objectives: Increase access to clean water to generate time and cost savings for beneficiariesMeasures pendingMeasures pendingPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contracts Volume of water produced (cubic meters per day) Proposals received GranteesPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contracts Volume of water produced (cubic meters per day) Proposals received GranteesPercent disbursed of water and sanitation construction contracts. Volume of water produced (cubic meters per day). Proposals received. Grantees.
People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusionPeople trained in social and gender integration and social inclusionPeople trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion.
People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (female)People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (female)People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (female).
People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (male)People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (male)People trained in social and gender integration and social inclusion (male).
Meters installed or replacedMeters installed or replacedMeters installed or replaced.
Value of compensation for displaced businesses and households (U.S. dollars)Value of compensation for displaced businesses and households (U.S. dollars)
Value of water, sanitation and drainage construction contracts signed (U. S. dollars)Value of water, sanitation and drainage construction contracts signed (U. S. dollars)
Households and businesses displacedHouseholds and businesses displaced
People trained in hygiene and sanitary best practices.
People trained in hygiene and sanitary best practices (female).
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People trained in hygiene and sanitary best practices (male).

619(b)—Transfer or Allocation of Funds

United States agency to which funds were transferred or allocatedAmountDescription of program or project
NoneNoneNone.
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