Private sector and human-resource development in Georgia

40.0

S

S

06/29/99

08/02/99

10/30/02

Structural Ref. Support

16.5

S

S

06/29/99

09/22/99

03/31/04

Judicial Reform

13.4

S

S

06/29/99

09/22/99

12/31/04

Enterprise Rehabilitation

15.0

S

S

12/17/98

09/08/99

12/31/04

Agriculture Development

15.0

U

U

03/25/97

08/21/97

04/30/04

Forestry Development

15.7

S

S

08/01/02

04/22/03

06/30/09

Protected Areas Dev (GEF)

8.7


S

05/24/01

04/26/02

12/31/06

Integrated Coastal Mngmt

4.4

S

S

12/17/98

05/21/99

12/31/04

Irrig/Drainage Dev.

27.0

S

S

06/28/01

02/20/02

04/30/07

Cultural Heritage

4.5

S

S

02/13/98

05/18/98

12/31/03

Integrated Coastal Mngmt (GEF)

1.3


U

12/17/98

05/21/99

12/31/04

Agriculture Research Ext (GEF)

2.5

S

S

05/11/00

02/05/01

12/31/05

Agriculture Research Ext

7.6

S

S

05/11/00

02/05/01

12/31/05

Total

354.2






S Satisfactory

U - Unsatisfactory

 


5.1.2        List of the Closed World Bank Projects in Georgia

PROJECT

AMOUNT

(millions)

 

Rehabilitation Credit

US$ 75.0

Closed June 1996. Fully disbursed.


SAC


US$ 60.0

Closed December 1997. Fully disbursed.

SATAC

US$ 4.8

Closed December 1998. Fully disbursed.


Institution Building Credit

US$ 10.1

Closed June 1998. Fully disbursed


SAC II

US$ 60.0

Closed December 1998. Fully disbursed

Transport

US$ 12.0

Closed June 30, 1999. Fully disbursed.


SATAC II


US$ 5.0

Closed December 31, 1999. Fully disbursed.

Municipal Infrastructure Rehabilitation

US$ 18.0

Closed June 30, 2000. Fully disbursed.

Power Rehabilitation


US$ 52.3

Closed June 30, 2000.

Oil Institution Building


US$ 1.4

Closed December 31, 2000. Fully disbursed.

Energy Sector Adjustment Credit (ESAC)

US$ 25.0

Closed March 1, 2002. Fully disbursed.

Third Structural Adjustment Credit (SACIII)

US$ 60.0

Closed October 30, 2002. Fully disbursed

Total:

US$ 383.6













5.1.3        Description of the Closed World Bank Projects in Georgia

REHABILITATION CREDIT

 

Implementing

Agency Temuri Basilia, Chief Economic Advisor to the President of Georgia; State Chancellery, 7 Ingorokva str.

(99532)989953, (99532) 999757

Fax: (99532)995797


Task

Manager Michaelle Riboud, EC4C2

Phone: (202) 4738743

Fax: (202)4773387


Project

Objective The main objective is to support the governments economic reform program aimed at restoring macroeconomic stability and at promoting resumption of growth and improvement in living standards. The other objectives are to:

1. Provide budgetary support to maintain the level of basic public expenditures, in particular for wages and the social safety net;

2. Provide foreign exchange for the purchase of critical imports;

3. Improve the functioning of the foreign exchange market;

4. Provide a framework for assistance from other donor agencies.


Project

Description The reform program to be supported by the credit comprises three sets of policies:

a) those aimed at reducing and redefining the role of the public sector in the economy

b) those theta foster the development and increase efficiency of markets;

c) those that maintain a minimum social safety net through improved targeting of benefits.


Disbursement Fully disbursed


 


INSTITUTION BUILDING


Project Objective Assist the Georgian government in its efforts to move to a private market economy through strengthening public institutions on three functional areas: (a) financial sector, (b) economic management , (c) privatization and enterprise reform

: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54