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Access to Modern Sanitation and Basic Services: Why IDA matters for Bolivia





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Published on Jun 13, 2013 - Bolivia's Minister of Development and Planning, Viviana Caro, speaks in April 2013 about how IDA have supported the country's development. IDA is the World Bank's fund for the 82 poorest countries in the world.

In remote areas of Bolivia, where grid electrification is not economically viable, an IDA-financed project has installed 9,200 solar home systems benefiting an estimated 45,000 people:

18,000 people in 22 neighborhoods in La Paz had improved infrastructure and basic services; work is underway in 24 additional neighborhoods during 2006-2012. Video:

35,000 residents of Santa Cruz received access to a modern sanitation network for the first time during 2006-2012:

A land administration project helped update the 1952 land reform law, establish a new tenure regime for indigenous people and modernize the land administration system. As a result, 2.8 million hectares of land were surveyed and titled between 1995 and 2005:

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