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Bank Risk Rating: A
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Board Decision Date: 2016-05-23
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Borrower or Client: Government of Afghanistan
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Investment Type(s): Fund
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Investment Amount (USD): $ 70.00 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 163.40 million
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AF Additional Financing: Irrigation Restoration and Development
The development objective of the Irrigation Restoration and Development Project for Afghanistan is to improve access to irrigation in targeted areas and strengthen capacity for water resources management. The restructuring includes changing the project development objective (PDO) and triggering two new safeguards policies: pest management (OP 4.09) and physical cultural resources (OP/BP 4.11). The project restructuring will also include revision of the results framework, extension of the closing date by three years to December 31, 2020, revisions to project components and costs, and update of disbursement estimates and implementation schedule.
Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund - 70 million USD
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