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Bank Risk Rating: C
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Board Decision Date: 2016-12-13
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Borrower or Client: Republic of Zimbabwe
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Project Cost (USD): $ 1.90 million
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Implementation support to the PICES survey in Zimbabwe
The project is Recipient Executed (RE) and complements one other World Bank activity (P157466) which is Bank Executed (BE). The project focuses on implementation of the PICES survey with the following objective: enhance the understanding of poverty and its causes by increasing the availability and analysis of high quality data on poverty, other welfare indicators and on household income earning activities through implementation of a high quality PICES survey that meets international standards. The complementary BE activity (P157466) consists of technical assistance to support (i) survey design and data analysis and (ii) development planning and monitoring and evaluation.
Name: Republic of Zimbabwe
Contact: PS Manungo
Title: Permanent Secretary (Ministry of Finance)
Contact: Nelson Taruvinga
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