According to the Bank's project, the structure of the initial project (see related projects), that this project re-finances, will remain unchanged.
The components of this project will remain: (i) support to socioeconomic development and capacity building at the local level; (ii) support to intercommunity social and economic development intiatives; and (iii) institutional strengthening and project management.
The desired outcomes of this project will remain: (i) increased proportion of beneficiaries of community microprojects and intercommunity subprojects that are satisfied with the infrastructure quality; (ii) increased number of people benefitting from improved and better quality infrastructure and services; and (iii) increased access to and use of local community infrastructure.
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