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Resource Corridor Development in Afghanistan. Gold. Oil Gas. Precious Stones. Coal. Oil Gas. Cu. Rare Earth. Fe. Lead Zinc. Cu. Tin Tungsten. Copper Gold. Copper Tin. Michael Stanley, Mining Lead World Bank Group September 23, 2011 Washington, D.C. . Uranium. Copper Gold.

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Resource Corridor Development in Afghanistan

Gold

Oil Gas

Precious Stones

Coal

Oil Gas

Cu

Rare Earth

Fe

Lead Zinc

Cu

Tin Tungsten

Copper Gold

Copper Tin

Michael Stanley, Mining Lead

World Bank Group

September 23, 2011

Washington, D.C.

Uranium

Copper Gold


Investments are In-bound:

An opportunity to leverage economic growth and diversification

Amu Darya Basin(2011)

Dushi Gold

(2010)

Hajigak

Iron Ore

(2011)

Aynak Copper (2010)


Transition: Sustained Growth Building on Governance Achievements

EITI Transparency Initiative

Governance

Growth

Sustainable Resource Corridors: Integrated, inclusive growth

World Bank Technical Assistance

SDNRP $40 mil 2006

SDNRP II $52 mil 2011

Other Donor Technical Assist.

US AID, DFID, NORAD, US DoD


Resource Corridors: A Programmatic Approach Building Adsorptive Capacities

Governance

Growth


Resource Corridors: Adsorptive Capacities A spatial / temporal approach building adsorptive capacities

Local National Regional

Integrated planning

PPP infrastructure / risk management

Social Mobilization

Economic Linkages / Enterprise Dev.

Eminent Domain / land reform


Resource Corridors: A Spatial / Temporal Summary Adsorptive Capacities

Map Legend

Input: Power or water

Economic diversification, clusters

Mine

Zone of Economic / cultural impact

Year

Output Infrastructure

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

World Bank Group


  • government / donors, private sector and community / civil society partnerships

  • leverage investment lending with coordinated, integrated policy actions, technical assistance and risk mitigation instruments

  • integrating local & regional economic development plans (private & public), investment lending (public private)

  • programmatic approach across several years and many coordinated tasks

Resource

Corridor

Summary :

Leverage investments for sustained economic growth and diversification

Michael Stanley [email protected]


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