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Việt Nam được hỗ trợ tiếp cận thị trường và bảo vệ rừng phòng hộ ven biển

Khoản tài trợ 300 triệu USD mới phê duyệt sẽ giúp cải thiện kết nối giao thông với Tây Nguyên và mang lại nhiều việc làm hơn cho các tỉnh ven biển Oa-sing-tơn, ngày 22/6/2017 – Ngân hàng Thế giới mới phê duyệt một khoản tài trợ 300 triệu USD giúp Việt Nam tăng cường kết […]

Renewable Energy a Step Closer for Solomon Islands as World Bank Group Approves Support to Tina River Hydro

WASHINGTON D.C., June 20, 2017 – Reliable renewable energy is a step closer for Solomon Islands, a country facing some of the world’s highest per capita energy costs, following the World Bank Group’s commitment to the Tina River Hydro renewable energy project. The Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank today approved US$33.6 million in […]

Solomon Islands – Tina River Hydropower Development Project

IDA Credit: US$ 23.4 million equivalent Terms: Maturity =40 years, Grace = 10 years IDA Grant: US$ 10.3 million equivalent Project ID: P161319 Project Description: The objective of the project is to increase the share of renewable energy through hydropower in Solomon Islands. Contact:Marilene B. Montemayor+1 (202) 473-4709mmontemayor@worldbank.org For more information, please go to:http://projects.worldbank.org/P161319?lang=en

China: Workshop Held to Promote Urban Intelligent Transport and Jobs-Housing Balance

More than 150 participants came together for a workshop in Urumqi in April to discuss urban intelligent transport systems (ITS) and jobs-housing balance. Participants came from transport research institutes and project management offices of World Bank-financed projects across China. The workshop was jointly organized by the World Bank, China Transport News, and project management office […]

Myanmar Enhances Resilience to Natural Disasters With World Bank Support

Millions to benefit from efforts to mitigate the impact of flooding and earthquakes WASHINGTON, 15 June, 2017— A new project in Myanmar aims to strengthen the country’s capacity to respond to disaster risks.  Disasters cost the country over US$184 million annually and disproportionally hurt the poor. The Myanmar Southeast Asia Disaster Risk Management Project, approved […]