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No description given.
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Total budget:
US $ 669.357.360
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2015-05-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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InfraCo Africa is an infrastructure development facility, which has been designed to assume the risks and costs of early-stage project development in the lower income countries in Africa. InfraCo Africa identifies investment opportunities and develops them to the stage where they can attract domestic and international finance (known as 'financial close'). Where appropriate, targeted subsidies are included in the design of projects where there are affordability concerns for the poor. By taking on the high costs and risks of early stage project development, InfraCo Africa makes infrastructure projects happen in situations where the private sector would not otherwise be willing or able to invest. It also helps overcome the need for the transfer of early-stage developments back to governments due to a lack of identified investors - something which has often happened in the past. InfraCo Africa aims to recover its development costs, with profit where conditions allow, through the sale of its project ownership rights to incoming private investors. 100% of InfraCo's Africa's profits are recycled into new project development, which ensures a high developmental return on its capital.
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No information available
Total budget:
GBP £ 207.160.000
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-01T13:01:48+00:00
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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"The idea to research the opportunities of a CBI/TF programme was based on Dutchinterest to source in Vietnam. Over the past two years the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Vietnam has received 21 business requests from Dutch enterprises interested in doing business with the garments sector in Vietnam. Over the past years over 200 Dutch registered their interest to source in Vietnam at CBI. To make the programme attractive for Vietnamese exporters and create economies of scale this programme will also include the German and UK markets. This programme aims to reduce the transaction costs of doing business with Vietnam for NL/EU buyers. This programme will capitalise in the EU market interest for Vietnam to make a lasting change in the Vietnamese garments sector. Vietnam is recognised by the market for the quality of the products at a good price. However, while most garment manufacturers in Vietnam are able to produce good quality product they are less capable to manage CMT+/FOB orders. The added value of Vietnams production (CMT) is very limited. The first step for Vietnam is to move towards CMT+/FOB production. The trade upwards strategy of this programme will likely increase the profit margins from 0-5% (CMT) to 5- 12% (CMT+) or even to 8 to 22% (FOB). This programme aims to increase the value added and thereby profitability of the exports from Vietnam to the EU. The strategy for this programme is based on the experience of CBIs Macedonian programme. The Macedonian case has shown how working on both ends - demand and supply - from the start can generate results within a relatively short timeframe. The programme aims to create a rippling effect by including the relevant value chain supporters and implementers and assisting them in addressing sector level issues such as trade finance, sourcing and service industry development. This programme thereby aims to contribute to the development of the sector at large, similar to what happened in Bangladesh."
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
EUR 140.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-04-01
Last updated:
2015-04-10T07:15:48
End date planned:
2015-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No information available
"Viet Nam has achieved impressive economic progress since the dpi moi (renovation) process was launched in 1986. Since, 1993, real GDP growth has averaged 7.5% per year and the poverty rate has been reduced significantly over the period 1993 to in 2010. Growth has been driven by accelerated international integration, market liberalisation and job creation in the private sector. However, persistent inequalities and poverty remain, particularly in rural areas where more than 90% of the poor reside. In many areas, the income generated from farming is not sufficient for smallholder farmers to reach an income level above the national poverty line. The handicraft and furniture sector in Viet Nam employs about 1.35 million people in more than 2.000 rural craft villages. Being a major source of income for smallholders farmers/landless poor, the sector has high potential to alleviate poverty. In many areas, the income generated from farming is not sufficient for smallholder farmers to reach an income level above the national poverty line of 400,000 VND (about 0.63 US$/day). The collection and processing of natural raw materials from forest areas and the production of handicrafts, mostly undertaken at times when farm work slows down, constitute the most important sources of additional income for farmers, and often determines whether a household income earnings fall above or below the poverty line. Depending on the province and value chain, between 65-80 per cent of the farmers/craft producers are women and ethnic minorities residing in remote areas, who are disproportionately affected by poverty. Handicrafts have been made a development priority by the Vietnamese government in order to promote human resource development, sustainable production and increased entrepreneurship in rural areas. Against this backgroundfive UN organisations and 2two local organisation have joined forces to increase income and employment opportunities for about 4,800 poor farming and craft-producing households in four northern provinces of Viet Nam. Within the four targeted provinces, the programme focuses on five value chains, namely, : (1) bamboo/rattan, (2) sericulture and weaving, (3) sea grass, (4) lacquer ware, and (5) handmade paper. The programmes approach is to develop better integrated, pro-poor, and environmentally sustainablegreen value chains, enabling poor growers, collectors and producers to improve their products and link them to more profitable markets. The programme will also create linkages with some 50 companies in the provinces and Hanoi, and assist these companies to clean up production (e.g. reduction of hazardous chemicals, energy, waste and pollution), strengthen their entrepreneurial behaviour, find new buyers through various channels including trade fair participation, improve working conditions and comply with labour and trade standards and introduce improved technologies and sustainable designs. Increased sales by companies will increase the demand for handicraft production at household level, and, as a consequence, their income derived from it. It is estimated that an export order of US$ 100,000 will result in direct employment for 8-20 household producers, depending on their productivity."
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
EUR 100.222.200
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-04-10T07:15:48
End date planned:
2014-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No information available
Title: Poverty Reduction Support Credit (PRSC) 6-10 - Grant to the Government of Vietnam
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Total budget:
GBP £ 100.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2008-02-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2012-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
InfraCo Asia Investment's objectives are to: (i) address market failures in the supply of capital to early stage infrastructure projects in Eligible Countries which can delay and sometimes prevent financial close of viable infrastructure projects; and to (ii) facilitate the accelerated construction and completion of infrastructure projects that satisfy the criteria as set out in the IAsI Investment Policy and Procedures, by making investments in Projects that provide benefits to the poor, including girls and women, principally at first financial close all in accordance with the provisions of the IAsI Investment Policy and Procedures.
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
US $ 99.725.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-01T12:14:21+00:00
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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InfraCo Asia is a project development facility which aims to stimulate greater private investment in Asian infrastructure development by acting as a principal project developer, focusing on lower income countries. InfraCo Asia funds early stage, high risk costs by taking an equity stake in the project and making decisions that will lead to a socially responsible and successful construction and operation.InfraCo Asia acts as principal, shouldering the risks of early stage development costs, and brings world class development expertise through its team of highly experienced and qualified developers, with the aim of reducing the entry costs of private sector infrastructure developers. The company directly contributes development capital and arranges project debt and equity capital from third parties, as well as other InfraCo affiliate programmes. InfraCo Asia operates in low-income developing countries of South and Southeast Asia. As it develops its operations, it will be giving priority to situations where there is strong host country support for its involvement and where it believes conditions exist to allow it to mobilize additional private investment. To this end, InfraCo Asia liaises continuously with governments, private sector, financial institutions and developmental finance institutions.
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
GBP £ 60.215.905
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-01T12:40:39+00:00
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 58.012.358
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00
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Implementation
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"The fisheries sector plays a key role and is a highly dynamic sector in the Vietnamese economy, providing income to 8 million people (around 10% of the country’s population). In 2011 seafood exports contributed approximately USD 6.1 billion out of a total export value of USD71.6 billion. Currently, the fisheries sector ranks third in terms of foreign export earnings after the garment and crude oil industries, but ahead of other agricultural products such as rice and rubber. The most important seafood products in Vietnam are pangasius, shrimp, tuna, and molluscs (including clams, oysters, mussels, squid and cuttlefish). Aquaculture has grown strongly in the last decade, especially pangasius and shrimp. Vietnam exports fishery products to more than 100 countries. The EU ranks on top of the list and the US and Japan on second and third place. Within the EU, The Netherlands is in the top three countries importing seafood from Vietnam. In 2011, the export to the Netherlands even increased by 20% in value compared to 2010. The fishery sector is however confronted with various bottlenecks throughout the value chain which affect growth prospects and Vietnam’s ability to get more value for its products on international markets. Companies have difficulty in understanding and complying with EU market requirements on issues like food safety, traceability, sustainability, certification/labelling etc. Furthermore, the pangasius sector, has grown in an unstructured way and is now confronted with low prices/profitability and image problems on the EU market. In addition, despite the strong export orientation of the sector, both companies and institutions are lacking essential international business skills. In view of the above, the CBI programme strategy will basically focus on three areas of intervention. First creating awareness on relevant EU market requirements, facilitating companies and institutions to develop the right compliance strategies. The second area of intervention focuses on assisting the Pangasius sector with developing a marketing and branding strategy and providing guidance in implementation to achieve a better overall average price per unit product. Thirdly, by conducting relevant training/coaching on international business skills, further professionalizing the export sector by means of improved marketing and market entry strategies, is envisaged."
Countries:
Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
EUR 50.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-04-01
Last updated:
2015-04-10T07:15:48
End date planned:
2014-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No information available
No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 46.693.261
IATI identifier:
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Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 40.000.000
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Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Activity status:
Implementation
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The contract is created to allow for the disbursement of EU grant under Health Sector Policy Support Programme for Vietnam (phase 1) under the decision DCI-ASIE/2010/20587
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Total budget:
EUR 39.150.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2011-12-06
Last updated:
2015-03-24T08:27:55
End date planned:
2015-12-05
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Title: UK Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (UK MDRI) - Vietnam
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 30.390.423
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2006-03-29
Title: Transport Sector Support/Rural Transport 3 - Trust Funds with the World Bank
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 28.005.999
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2006-03-01
Last updated:
2014-06-14T03:37:09
End date planned:
2014-03-30
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 24.400.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00
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Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
24.171.845
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-26T06:06:08+00:00
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School linking programme enabling curriculum development and policy change with an international focus.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management, Education policy and administrative management
Total budget:
GBP £ 23.974.779
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
End date planned:
2012-12-31
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Participating organisations:
Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom
Title: HIV/AIDS Prevention Programme - Trust Fund With the World Bank
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 23.950.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2009-05-21
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2012-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
Title: Primary Education for Disadvantaged Children - Trust Fund With the World Bank - Historical Data to Mar 2009
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 23.473.926
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2003-07-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2009-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
Title: Sector Budget Support for Education for All Programme - Grant to the Government of Vietnam
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 20.200.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2005-09-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2011-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 20.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 19.890.303
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 19.857.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Activity status:
Implementation
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