3 edition of Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal river development program found in the catalog.
Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal river development program
Utah Water Research Laboratory.
by Utah Water Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, Utah State University in Logan
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 81.
|Statement||by J. Paul Riley ... [et al.].|
|Series||Water resource planning series ; UWRL/P-78/06, Water resources planning series ;, P-78/06.|
|Contributions||Riley, J. Paul 1927-|
|LC Classifications||HD1699.S38 U85 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||79624683|
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Cost estimates, for ADB purposes, should be prepared using a commercially available spreadsheet package. 2 Figure 1. Evolution of Cost Estimates during the Project Life Cycle. 1 ADB. Procurement Governance Review. Manila. 2 A group of institutions led by the African Development Bank is considering supporting the redevelopment or. Allocating River Use • 89 References The following references include literature cited in the report as well as other allocation-related literature that provided background on the topic. Bright, A.D. Evaluation of the Bear Viewing Program at McNeil River State Game Sanctuary: Applicant perceptions of the current and proposed permit systems.
Senegal (Sénégal) is country located in Western Africa. Bordered by Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Mali and Mauritania. Senegal covers an area of , square kilometres. Senegal has a population of 12,, and a population density of 63 people per square kilometre. The official language of Senegal . Senegal, Mali, and Mauritania founded the Organization for the Development of the Senegal River (OMVS) in to manage basin resources, with Guinea joining in The OMVS countries invested in the construction of two major dams designed to control the flow of the waters to supply year-round irrigation, to generate electricity, and control.
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Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal river development program. Logan: Utah Water Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, Utah State University, (OCoLC) Material Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal river development program book Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Paul Riley; Utah Water Research.
COST ALLOCATION ALTERNATIVES FOR THE SENEGAL RIVER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. by J. Paul Riley Jay C. Andersen A. Bruce Bishop David S. Bowles and John E.
Keith Funds for the work reported in this document were provided by Cooperative Agreement IQC/AID/afr/c/e/, Work Order No.
10, between the International Programs OfficeCited by: 1. The primary purpose of the study reported herein is to present methods for using estimated project benefits as the basis for distributing the capital, oeprating, maintenance, and replacement costs associated with the proposed Senegal River development program.
The problem is complicated because the Senegal River is an international stream, so that it is necessary to consider not only the Cited by: 1.
Cost Allocation Alternatives for the Senegal River Development Program. By J. Paul Riley, Jay C. Andersen, and replacement costs associated with the proposed Senegal River development program. The problem is complicated because the Senegal River is an international stream, so that it is necessary to consider not only the various economic.
The report describes the results of the most recent cost allocation studies for the Senegal River development program and the data base and model assumptions on which these reults are based. The procedures used in these analyses are based upon those contained in the report titled, \u22Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal River.
The procedures used in these analyses are based upon those contained in the report titled, "Cost allocation alternatives for the Senegal River development program" (Riley, et al., August ). That report (herein referred to as the First Report) descibes several different cost allocation methods, but recommends use of the adjusted separable.
Benefit sharing in international rivers: findings from the Senegal river basin, the Columbia river basin, and the Lesotho highlands water project (English). Ibid., p.
Organisation pour la Mise en Valeur du Fleuve Sknbgal, Cost Allocation Alternatives for the Senegal River Development Program (Logan, Utah: Utah Water Research Laboratory, The contracting States protect and preserve the ecosystem of the River, and manage the resource in the respect of natural balances, in particular of the wet fragile zones and the marine environment, separately through their national legislations, and jointly by the legal instruments of the Organization for the Development of the Senegal River.
Actually, OMVS must approve any development program of concern to one of more of the member states prior to its execution (Dinar et al., ). As such, the Senegal River basin is often cited as one of the most successful examples of international cooperation on the management of a shared river (Kliot et al., ).
state/local-wide central service cost allocation plans and indirect cost rates. Alternative approaches and allocation methods are presented and discussed as appropriate.
The development of billing rates for internal service funds and other interagency services is also discussed at length. Although the manual is intended to be reasonably. cost allocation studies for the proposed Senegal River development program.
The procedures used in the anal yses are based upon those contained in the report titled, "Cost allocation al ternatives for the Senegal River development program" (Riley, et al., August.
Recommended Citation. Riley, J. Paul; Bowles, David S.; Anderson, Jay C.; and Keith, John E., "Some Further Cost Allocation Studies for the Senegal River Development.
This is an estimated cost of all items, i.e. cost of main contract or material, labour and supervision, cost of land, engineering fees, miscellaneous, viz. removal costs of owner, contingency percentage, etc., which are related to the work in addition to the detailed estimate. Preparation of Detailed Estimates.
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This conceptual framework includes the practices of explicitly projecting the long-term costs of programs and evaluating different program alternatives that may be used to reach long-term goals and objectives.
The focus on long-range planning is the major advantage of this approach, and advocates believe that organizations are more likely to. of Senoba-Ziguinchor road in Senegal and pavement strengthening of 24 km of Farafenni – Senoba road in The Gambia. The total project cost of Phase I, including contributions from the two governments is UA million.
The project is co-financed by the Bank Group (%), the Government of The Gambia (%) and the Government of Senegal (0.
Lahtela, V. ()., Managing the Senegal River: National and Local Development Dilemma, Water Resources Development 19(2) Laughlin, J.C. Efficiency and Equity of Cost Allocation Methods for Multi-Purpose Water Projects, Water Resources Research, 13(1). Lee, M. the river and reduces costs because of the river can pave the way to much greater cooperation between states, even economic integration among states, resulting in beneﬁts beyond the river.
Cost Allocation Alternatives for the Senegal River Development exceedance (adopted from Senegal-Consult, and OMVS, ). Average monthly.
The Senegal River (Arabic: نهر السنغال , French: Fleuve Sénégal) is a 1, km ( mi) long river in West Africa that forms the border between Senegal and has a drainage basin ofkm 2, a mean flow of m 3 /s, and an annual discharge of km ant tributaries are the Falémé River, Karakoro River, and the Gorgol River.Project ID: SN-PA Sector: Rural Development Program Objective Catcgorv: lSD,'),'PR Lending Instrument: Adaptable Program Lending Program of' l'argeted Interveintioni: [XI Yes 11 No Program Financing Data Source Government Beneficiaries IFAD IDA Total Phase l Phase 1i Sénégal River - Sénégal River - Transportation: Extension of a railway from Kayes, Mali, to Dakar (completed in ) diverted traffic that previously went by river, after which the valley declined in economic importance.
Local traffic, however, is carried by shallow-draft boats from Saint-Louis to Kayes. Most traffic plies between the Mauritanian river ports of Rosso, Bogué, and Kaédi.