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Iey(14

IDA $

15

15

38.7

SAC-4

55

GDLN*

2.5

Household Energy

35.8

162

I D A $ TOTAL

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Table 8: IDA Lending Operations

BASE CASE

FY05

Rural CBD**

Ag. Divers'n & Comp. Sources o f Growth

IDA $

FY06

50

Transport Sector 2

35

PRSC-1

H I V / A I DS *

15 RuralCBD**

SAC-3 Supplemental*

15

Ag. Divers'n & Comp.

InterimTransport**

38.7

Sources o f Growth

SAC-4

55

PRSC-1**

GDLN*

2.5

Household Energy

35.8

162

1

FY04

IDA $

FY05

175

125

462

IDA $

FY06

50 35 55 35

Transport Sector 2 PRSC-2

IDA$

90 35

TOTAL

InterimTransport**

38.7 Ag. Divers'n & Comp.

35

HealthEduc.

GDLN*

2.5 Sources o f Growth**

50

Rural CBD

FY06

IDA $

FY05

IDA $

15 35.8 92

85

FY04

HIV/AIDS* Household Energy

I* **

I

I

I

Operationsplanned to be filly financed by IDA grants Operations plannedto be partiallyfinanced by IDA grants

I

I

IDA$

20 40

60

I

TOTAL

237

101.

High-case scenario. Lendingcould increase to up to US$462 million under the high-

case scenario, with the PRSCs introduced inFY05 ($35 million) and the allocation to the Second Transport Project increased to $90 million. This scenario i s predicated on accelerated progress on the four criteria outlined inTable 9. There i s a good possibility that M a l i could meet the triggers for the highcase due to the following factors: (iit has a strong track record in implementingmacroeconomic and structural reforms, and this good performance i s expected to be maintained; (iithe G o M and development partners are fully committed to the PRSP and its reform program and the PRSP provides a more comprehensive framework for G o M activities and donor interventions; and (iiiprogress on key sectors - such as health and education - has beenstrong since 1998, thus providing a

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