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Feasibility Study Port Saint Louis
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Project Detail

Country

Haiti

Project Number

TC9708100

Approval Date

August 21, 1997

Project Status

Closed

Project Type

Technical Cooperation

Sector

TRANSPORT

Subsector

TRANSPORT

Lending Instrument

-

Lending Instrument Code

-

Modality

-

Facility Type

-

Environmental Classification

-

Total Cost

USD 150,000.00

Country Counterpart Financing

USD 0.00

Original Amount Approved

USD 150,000.00

Financial Information
Operation Number Lending Type Reporting Currency Reporting Date Signed Date Fund Financial Instrument
ATN/DC-5676-HA Sovereign Guaranteed USD - United States Dollar Danish Consultants Funds Nonreimbursable
Operation Number ATN/DC-5676-HA
  • Lending Type: Sovereign Guaranteed
  • Reporting Currency: USD - United States Dollar
  • Reporting Date:
  • Signed Date:
  • Fund: Danish Consultants Funds
  • Financial Instrument: Nonreimbursable
Blogs
Published 2023
From Ports to Innovation Ecosystems: A Critical Transformation
Ports in Latin America still largely follow the typical industrial model, functioning as maritime terminals in the sea-land interface and with a greater focus on managing concessions and their own infrastructure. Some of the more modern ports also act as transportation and distribution centers. Today, for ports to play a truly instrumental role in integration
Publications
Published 2020
Smart Ports Manual: Strategy and Roadmap
The Smart Port Manual is a tool designed to help port authorities and terminal operators monitor and evaluate the process of transforming ports into smart ports. The manuals content is based on international best practice for implementing smart ports. It describes different smart port initiatives and includes a list of quantitative and qualitative indicators that can be measured to track and score the progress made. This manual gives a comprehensive overview of the technological and legal ecosystem needed in order to create smart ports.
Publications
Published 2021
10 Years School Construction in Haiti: Technical Learnings from a Multiple Construction Program
In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti's earthquake, the Government of Haiti faced massive reconstruction needs in all sectors. As part of the response of the Government of Haiti to the massive reconstruction needs, from 2010 to 2020, the IDB designed a series of grant operations plus seven co-financings designed to support a wider School Reconstruction Program. These operations achieved the (re)construction of 90 public schools countrywide, which resulted in the creation of approximately 1,000 classrooms and 40,000 seats, providing a safer and comfortable learning environment for approximately 60,000 children each school year. The journey to complete the construction of the schools was not an easy one to achieve. From the onset, the education sector faced two big challenges: a technical one, how to design and build cost-efficient schools that are both hurricane and earthquake resistant; and an operational one: how to identify a strategy that permits to up-scale construction countrywide while assuring quality and controlling costs. This publication aims to present the lessons learned from the 10-year school construction program in Haiti.
Publications
Published 2020
Factsheet Resilience Solutions for the Road Sector in the Philippines
This Factsheet is a part of the Private Markets for Climate Resilience (PMCR) project to evaluate systematically the potential market for climate resilience solutions in the private sector. Focusing on agriculture and transportation, current practices and opportunities highlight products, services and finance in six emerging markets Colombia, the Philippines, South Africa, Nicaragua, Kenya, and Vietnam. Private Markets for Climate Resilience (PMCR) is the first initiative by a development institution to better understand climate resilience solutions provided by the private sector. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) have funded this assessment that focuses on transport and agriculture, and examines current best practices and opportunities related to climate resilience, by identifying leaders that are shaping the national markets, highlighting products, services, tools and processes.
Blogs
Published 2019
What global ports did to become more efficient
Could sea, air and land ports in Latin America and the Caribbean become more efficient and take advantage of new technological tools to compete in global trade? The quick answer is a resounding yes. Only a handful of countries in LAC – Chile, Jamaica, Panama, and Brazil, for example – have, or are implementing, advanced,
Blogs
Published 2021
Estimación del posible impacto económico del terremoto de Haití de 2021
Un terremoto de magnitud 7,2 sacudió a Haití el 14 de agosto de 2021, afectando gravemente a los departamentos de Sud, Grand’Anse y Nippes. El terremoto dejó a su paso más de 2.200 muertos y destruyó infraestructura crítica como viviendas e instalaciones de salud y educativas. Las actividades de respuesta y rescate se vieron obstaculizadas
Blogs
Published 2022
Machine Learning: una herramienta clave para construir las políticas públicas en Haití
6 minutos de lectura. Las técnicas de machine learning están demostrando ser un método práctico para generar datos. Por esta razón, estas técnicas están siendo utilizadas cada vez más por los equipos de investigación y generación de datos, ya que ofrecen alternativas más rápidas y menos costosas a los métodos tradicionales de recopilación y procesamiento
Blogs
Published 2023
Impulsar el talento en la investigación agrícola en Haití a través de becas
Más de la mitad de la población de Haití sufre de inseguridad alimentaria y nutricional. Para hacer frente a este desafío, en abril de 2018 el Ministerio de Agricultura y Recursos Naturales de Haití (MARNDR) lanzó el Programa de Innovación Tecnológica en Agricultura y Agroforestería (PITAG), que se extenderá hasta septiembre de 2024. El PITAG
Blogs
Published 2022
¿Cómo apoyan los call centers a la educación en Haití?
A lo largo de los años, la capacidad del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) y de los proyectos financiados que financia para la supervisión en persona se ha visto considerablemente obstaculizada en Haití. Los niños no asisten a las escuelas debido a los peligros asociados a los desplazamientos, las construcciones escolares se retrasan debido a
Blogs
Published 2023
Potenciar la agricultura en el departamento haitiano de Artibonite con riego solar
[Este artículo está disponible también en inglés] El departamento haitiano de Artibonite, con sus 28.000 hectáreas de regadío en el valle del Artibonite, es el granero de la nación en cuanto a producción de cereales, como maíz, sorgo y arroz. Es la mayor región productora de arroz del país, con más del 50% de la
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