The Project Development Objective is to equip Bangladeshi youth and workers, including women and the disadvantaged, with skills demanded for the future of work and improved employment prospects.
Project documents indicate a Moderate risk rating.
Most of the environmental impacts are construction-related such as generation of noise, vibration, air pollution, liquid and solid wastes and health & safety.
Given that the nature of all the referenced activities are small to medium scale and that they will be implemented within existing footprints, impacts are expected to be localized,
International Development Association - $500M
IDA Credit - $500M
Non-World Bank Group Financing:
Counter Part financing - $300M
Borrower Recipient - $300M
European Commission Development Fund - TF - $19M
Senior Operations Officer
Senior Social Development Specialist
Telephone No: 5764+4313
People's Republic of Bangladesh
Ministry of Education
Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed
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