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Procurement Eligibility in IDA Operations

Procurement Eligibility under IDA 11 and IDA 12 Donor-Funded Credits and  IDA Interim Trust Fund Procurement Restrictions are in effect for IDA credits financed by donors under the eleventh and twelfth replenishments of IDA.

IDA 11: Procurement restrictions are in effect for all IDA credits for which the Invitations to Negotiate were issued on or after May 1, 1998. Credits that were presented to the Bank's Board of Executive Directors after June 24, 1999 are not subject to the IDA 11 restrictions (but may be subjected to IDA 12 restrictions). Procurement eligibility is limited to nationals of IDA 11 contributing members and IBRD and IDA eligible borrowers. As a result, goods, works, and consulting and non-consulting services supplied from nationals of the following countries are not eligible for procurement:


The Bahamas, Cyprus,
Bahrain, Qatar, Barbados, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, United Arab Emirates

IDA 12: Procurement restrictions are in effect for all IDA credits for which the Invitations to Negotiate were issued on or after May 1, 2000 and before January 15, 2002. Procurement eligibility is limited to nationals of IDA 12 contributing members and IBRD and IDA eligible borrowers. As a result, goods, works, and consulting and non-consulting services supplied from nationals of the following countries are not eligible for procurement:

Bahamas, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Brunei Darussalam, Singapore, Cyprus, United Arab Emirates

Procurement Eligibility under IDA's Interim Trust Fund

 

The Interim Trust Fund (ITF) was established to bridge the funding gap for IDA created by the absence of new United States funding for fiscal year 1997. The following countries did not participate in the funding of the ITF are not eligible to provide goods and services under projects funded by the ITF:

The Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cyprus, Israel, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United States of America

Click here for detailed information on the implementation of the ITF.

 

The following is a list of projects funded by the ITF:

 

Africa Region:

 

Burkina Faso: Post-Primary Education (US$ 26.0 million)

Burkina Faso: Mining Capacity Building and Environment Management (US$ 21.4 million)

Chad: Structural Adjustment Credit II (US$ 25.0 million)

Comoros: Education III (US$ 7.0 million)

Cote d'Ivoire: Rural Land Management and Infrastructure Development (US$ 41.0 million)

Ghana: Village Infrastructure (US$ 30.0 million)

Guinea: Water Supply III (US$ 25.0 million)

Kenya: Child Development (US$ 27.8 million)

Madagascar: Environment II (US$ 30.0 million)

Malawi: Environment Support (US$ 12.4 million)

Mali: Private Irrigation Promotion Pilot (US$ 4.2 million)

Mali: Urban Development and Decentralization (US$ 80.0 million)

Mozambique: Economic Recovery III (US$ 100.0 million)

Senegal: Urban Transport Reform Technical Assistance (US$ 6.6 million)

Uganda: Structural Adjustment Credit III (US$ 125.0 million)

Zimbabwe: Rural District Council Pilot (US$ 12.3 million)

 

East Asia and Pacific Region

Cambodia: Agriculture Productivity Improvement (US$ 27.0 million)

China: Qinba Mountains Poverty Reduction (US$ 150.0 million)

China: National Rural Water Supply III (US$ 70.0 million)

China: Forestry Development in Poor Areas (US$ 100.0 million)

Viet Nam: Highway Rehabilitation II (US$ 195.6 million)

Viet Nam: Water Supply (US$ 98.6 million)


South Asia Region

 

Bangladesh: Primary Education Development (US$ 150.0 million)

India: Reproductive and Child Health (US$ 248.3 million)

India: Orissa Health Systems Development (US$ 76.4 million)

India: Women and Child Development (US$ 300.0 million)

India: Technical Assistance for Economic Reform (US$ 45.0 million)

India: Rajasthan DPEP (US$ 63.0 million)

Sri Lanka: Environmental Action I (US$ 14.8 million)


Europe And Central Asia

 

Armenia: Enterprise Development (US$ 16.8 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Agriculture and Forestry (US$ 7.0 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Essential Hospital Services (US$ 15.0 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Education Reconstruction (US$ 11.0 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Local Initiatives (US$ 7.0 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Restart of Major Industry (US$ 10.0 million)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Transport Reconstruction II (US$ 39.0 million)

Kyrgyz Republic: Public Sector Resource Management Adjustment Credit (US$ 44.0 million)

 

Middle East And North Africa

 

Egypt: Education Enhancement Program (US$ 75.0 million)

Yemen, Republic of: Seeds and Services (US$ 12.5 million)

 

Latin American And The Caribbean

 

Bolivia: Public Finance Decentralization and Accounting (US$ 15.0 million)




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