INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND FOREIGN ASSIGNMENTS BY DR. U.K. SRIVASTAVA( IN HIS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY)

 

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Name of the Project/Study Location Client Brief Description Cost of the project in Rs Year
1 Consultant Appraisal Mission on Uganda Agricultural Extension Project Uganda (World Bank Appraisal Mission through The Consultants for International Development, UK). My role iTTask in the mission was to serve as a Management Specialist and assist the Team Leader in issues relating to Project Implementation, Organizational Structure of the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry and Human Resource Development of the personnel in relation to broadening the capabilities for handling subsequent project in the area. consultant member of the mission May 1992
2 Member of Joint Preparatory Mission of FPRD and IIMA Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda Sponsored by the FTP Division of Common wealth secretariat) The task was to assist the need for a Management Development Programme for Small Farmers Oriented Agro based Enterprises in selected African countries and to assist the interest and capabilities of the possible collaborating institutions in the selected countries visited by the mission. consultant April 1992
3 India Fisheries Sector Study India (World Bank through Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Govt. of India). ). The task is to prepare a comprehensive sector study covering marine, brackish water and inland also designed to identify project ideas for funding by the World Bank. Team Leader 1988 89
4 Consultant, India NORAD Project appraisal, Inland Marketing and Production project). The task was to participate in the NORAD Mission on Project Appraisal of Inland Marketing and Production project through IFP, Cochin and provide Fish Marketing related inputs. Member of the Mission as project economist 1988
5 Consultant, Manila Asian Development Bank,Manila The task was restructuring of Sugar factory financed by the Bank. Pyinmana Integrated sugar Project in Burma. Evaluate the financial and economic compliance to loan agreements, evaluate the costs, under/overrun , state the reasons for such changes and their effect on the economic and financial rates of return of the project and future actions for reviving the unit. Member of the Mission as project economist 1988
6 Consultant Manila Asian Development Bank, Bank (TA 795/BHU : Agricultural Incentives and Sept-Nov. subsidies in Bhutan).ss The task was to review all the incentives and subsidies in Agriculture and allied sectors (Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Food Corporation) in the context of VIth Plan being formulated. This study was based on field visits and work at ADB headquarters. Team Leader 1986
7 Consultant Manila Asian Development Bank (Tea Rehabilitation Project in West Jawa, Indone¬sia The task was to participate in TA fact finding and appraisal mission for the Tea Rehabilitation project Financial Analyst 1986
8 Consultant Manila Asian Development Bank, (With Fisheries and Livestock Division). The assignment included the fact-finding and appraisal missions for the Philippines Aquaculture Project. 1983
9 Staff Consultant, Manila, Asian Development Bank, (With Agriculture and Rural Development Department) The appointment was on a multi project basis. The assignment included participation in fact-finding and loan appraisal missions to Sri Lanka and Philippines and preparation of reports for consid¬eration of management and Board of Directors of the Bank. Jan-July 1979
10 Innovations in Indian Banking (World Bank) The project dealt with an analysis of various types of innovation introduced in Indian banking. My involvement was in analyzing the innovations in various new schemes introduced to reach small farmers and rural poor). Member of the team 1978