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Projects and operations

Output prepared in connection with the activities that Supras has been and is presently involved in, are listed here. In many cases this output is available for downloading. While cartography and mapping is part of Supras’ project work, it is nonetheless presented separately.

The focus here is on Supras’ applied work, in most cases in connection with preparation, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of development projects, and documents and other output produced in this connection. Also included are policy-related work, and documents that evaluate sectorial project portfolios. In cases where the author is not mentioned, it is Supras and/or Lars Soeftestad.

Context

Specific activities in this service area are available here. Relevant knowledge from other sources – in the form of references, documents, websites, etc. – is available in section Knowledge.



  1. “Social risk analysis in the Lake Chad Basin.” 2006. Prepared on behalf of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) / Global Environment Facility project “Reversal of Land and Water Degradation Trends in the Lake Chad Basin Ecosystem: Establishment of Mechanisms for Land and Water Management” (RAF/00/G31/P070252), as a background paper for the draft final report submitted in July 2006 on the Environmental and Social Risk Assessment (ESRA) assignment under this project. Ndjamena, Chad: LCBC. [access]
  2. “Environmental and social risk assessment (ESRA). Final report.” 2006. With Impact Assessment, Inc., La Jolla, California, United States & Center for Impact assessment, New York, United States. Prepared on behalf of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) / Global Environment Facility project “Reversal of Land and Water Degradation Trends in the Lake Chad Basin Ecosystem: Establishment of Mechanisms for Land and Water Management” (RAF/00/G31/P070252). Ndjamena, Chad: LCBC. Comment: Draft.
  3. “Social Assessment.” 2005. Yemen Rainfed Agriculture and Livestock Project. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. Comment: Embargoed.
  4. “The HIV/AIDS sector in Botswana: communication, knowledge management, and use of information and communication technologies.” 2004. Comment: Project outline. [access]
  5. “Final report of the Urban Social Science Consultant to the project Privatization of the Solid Waste Municipal Company in Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia.” 2004. With Stoveland Consult. Belgrade, FR of Yugoslavia & Washington DC, United States: Belgrade City Government & International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank.
  6. Mauritania Technology Fosters Tradition (TFT). 2004. “A new action research initiative in Mauritania.” Seminar presentation, Washington DC, United States, 23 September 2004. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. Comment: The project focuses upon traditional and modern resource use patterns in a wetlands area in southeast Mauritania. [access]
  7. Mauritania Technology Fosters Tradition (TFT). “Presentation.” 2004. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. Comment: Available also in Arabic and French. [access: Arabic|English|Français]
  8. Mauritania Technology Fosters Tradition (TFT). “Concept note.” 2004. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. Comment: Updated from the 2002 version (see below). [access]
  9. Mauritania Technology Fosters Tradition (TFT). “Concept note.“ 2002. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. Comment: Available also in Arabic and French. [access: Arabic|English|Français]
  10. “Report on social assessment of the ‘Houses on water’ settlements in Makoko Slum.” 2002. Lagos Metropolitan Development and Governance Project. With Stoveland Consult. Lagos, Nigeria & Washington DC, United States: Lagos State Government & World Bank.
  11. “The Makoko ‘Houses on the Lagoon’ area: presentation and evaluation of project proposals.” 2002. Lagos Metropolitan Development and Governance Project. With Stoveland Consult. Lagos, Nigeria & Washington DC, United States: Lagos State Government & World Bank.
  12. “Evaluation of demand for solid waste services in marginal areas (WTP).” 2002. Report on Activity 3 of the Urban Social Science Consultant to the project Privatization of the Solid Waste Municipal Company in Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia. With Stoveland Consult. Washington DC, United States: International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank.
  13. “Analysis of solid waste management in marginal areas.” 2002. Report on Activity 2 of the Urban Social Science Consultant to the project Privatization of the Solid Waste Municipal Company in Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia. With Stoveland Consult. Washington DC, United States: International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank.
  14. “General urban analysis of marginalized areas and slums.” 2002. Report on Activity 1 of the Urban Social Science Consultant to the project Privatization of the Solid Waste Municipal Company in Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia. With Stoveland Consult. Washington DC, United States: International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank.
  15. “Guide to CPRNet.” 2000. Washington DC: World Bank. Comment: Prepared December 2000. First version prepared in early 1997, a version prepared in connection with the May 1998 CBNRM workshop is available on the World Bank website, this is the final version. [access]
  16. Indicators for sustainable development of marine capture fisheries. 1999. With Serge M. Garcia and Derek Staples, et al. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries no. 8. Rome, Italy: Fishery Resources Division (FIR), FAO. Comment: Based on a draft developed by the “Australian-FAO Technical Consultation on Sustainability Indicators in Marine Capture Fisheries” (see below), available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French and Spanish. [access]
  17. “Report on the International Workshop on Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM),” 10-14 May 1998, Washington DC, United States. 1999. With Chris D. Gerrard. Washington DC, United States: World Bank Institute, World Bank. [access]
  18. “Institutional analysis and reform in the fisheries sector in Bangladesh.” Paper presented at the CPRNet session, World Bank’s Social Development Forum, 1-3 June 1999.
  19. “Property rights: institutions and partnerships for sustainable natural resource management.” 1999. Presented at the CPRNet session, World Bank’s Social Development Forum, 1-3 June 1999. Comment: The CPRNet session was a panel consisting of: Lars T. Soeftestad (introduction & case: “The fisheries sector in Bangladesh”), Loretta Sprissler (case: “Pilot program to Conserve the Brazilian Rain Forest”), Hans-Werner Wabnitz (case: “Mauritania’s Code Pasteural”), and Buena U. Solomon (case: ”National Environmental Funds (NEF) in the Philippines”). [access]
  20. “Vision to action: core indicators for fisheries and aquaculture.” 1999. With the World Bank’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Thematic Group. Washington DC, United States: Rural Dept., World Bank.
  21. “Social Assessment.” 1999. In Bangladesh Fourth Fisheries Project, Annex 12, 101-108. Project Appraisal Document. Washington DC, United States: Rural Development Sector Unit, South Asia Region, World Bank.
  22. “Social, cultural and institutional aspects of sustainability: General review and the World Bank experience.” 1999. Technical Background Paper for “Australian-FAO Technical Consultation on Sustainability Indicators in Marine Capture Fisheries,” 18-22 January 1999, Brighton Beach, Sydney, Australia, organized by the Dept. of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry - Australia (AFFA) in close collaboration with FAO.
  23. “Community-Based Natural Resource Management: a cross-cutting initiative.” 1998. Presentation to the Operations Evaluation Department (OEDST), World Bank, 27 May 1998. [access]
  24. “Sector work on coastal zone management, Ghana, 1995-96.” 1998. Coastal zone uses and marine biodiversity conservation / Program design workshop. Washington DC, United States: World Bank.
  25. “Institutional challenges and recommendations.” 1998. Feedback from the sub-sector working groups. World Bank Rural Week, 25-27 March 1998. Washington DC, United States: Rural Development Sector Unit, South Asia Region, World Bank.
  26. “On institutional reform in the fisheries sector in Bangladesh.” 1998. Presentation for the World Bank’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Thematic Team, World Bank Rural Week, 25-27 March 1998. Washington DC, United States: Rural Development Sector Unit, South Asia Region, World Bank. [access]
  27. Towards an integrated coastal zone management strategy for Ghana. A sector work. 1997. With Indu Hewawasam, et al. Accra, Ghana & Washington DC, United States: Ghana Environmental Protection Agency & Africa Technical Families: Environment, World Bank.
  28. “Ethiopia Women in Development (WID) assessment, 1989. A summary.” 1997. Ethiopia Social Rehabilitation and Development Fund Project. Washington DC, United States: Africa Technical Families: Human Resources, World Bank.
  29. Common property resource (CPR) management and environmental and social sustainability. 1997. Environment Matters, 1997. Washington DC, United States: Environment Dept., World Bank. [access]
  30. Participation and indigenous people. 1996. With Sandy Davis. In The World Bank participation sourcebook, 251-54. Washington DC, United States: World Bank. [url]
  31. “Ghana sector work on integrated coastal zone management: May 1996 stakeholder workshop process – process documentation.” 1996. Washington DC, United States: Africa Technical Families: Environment, World Bank. [access]
  32. “Ghana sector work on integrated coastal zone management: report on chieftaincy and environmental management.” 1996. Washington DC, United States: Africa Technical Families: Environment, World Bank.
  33. “Bangladesh. Country profile of vulnerable ethnic minority groups.“ 1996. Washington DC, United States: Agricultural & Natural Resources Division, South Asia - Country Dept. 1, World Bank.
  34. “Towards an integrated coastal zone management strategy in Ghana.” 1996. Presentation at the final stakeholder workshop of the Ghana Sector Work on Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 21 May 1996, Accra, Ghana. Accra, Ghana & Washington DC, United States: Ghana Environmental Protection Agency & Africa Technical Families: Environment, World Bank.
  35. “AGR Action Plan. Background note on matrix 6g: ‘Fisheries and aquaculture’.” 1996. Prepared with Gert van Santen. Washington DC, United States: Rural Dept., World Bank.
  36. “AGR Action Plan. Matrix 6g: ‘Fisheries and aquaculture’.” 1996. Prepared with Gert van Santen. Washington DC, United States: Rural Dept., World Bank.
  37. Participation and indigenous peoples. 1995. With Shelton Davis. Social Development Notes no. 8, June 1995. Washington DC, United States: Social Development Dept., World Bank. Comment: This is a shortened version of Social Development Papers no. 9, June 1995 (see below), orig. publ. as Environment Department Dissemination Notes no. 21, June 1995. [access]
  38. Participation and indigenous peoples. 1995. With Shelton Davis. Social Development Papers no. 9, June 1995. Washington DC, United States: Social Development Dept., World Bank. Comment: Orig. publ. as Environment Department Papers no. 21, June 1995. [access]
  39. “Working paper on supervision mission of Ethnic Minority Education Component.” 1994. Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Primary Education Project. Washington DC, United States: Asia Technical Families: Environment, World Bank.
  40. “Review of developments. Statement by the World Bank.” 1994. Paper presented to the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations (UNWGIP), 25-29 July 1994, Geneva, Switzerland. [access]
  41. “Statement by the World Bank.” 1994. Paper presented to the Technical Meeting on the “International Decade on the World’s Indigenous People,” UN Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, 20-22 July 1994, Geneva, Switzerland. [access]
  42. “Indigenous communities.” 1994. Paper presented at the World Bank’s “Workshop on participatory development,” 17-20 May 1994, Washington DC, United States. [access]
  43. Resettlement and development. The bank-wide review of projects involving involuntary resettlement 1986-1993. 1994. With Michael M. Cernea, et al. Environment Department Papers (Resettlement Series) no. 32, March 1996. Washington DC, United States: Environment Dept., World Bank. [access]
  44. “Sardar Sarovar. The report of the Independent Review. An evaluation of the report dealing with involuntary resettlement and rehabilitation in the Sardar Sarovar dam and irrigation projects in India.” 1992. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish Ministry of Finance. Comment: Prepared 1992.
  45. Mobilizing the poor. An evaluation of Sida financed rural development projects in Sri Lanka. 1991. With Claes Lindahl, et al. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish International Development Authority (Sida) & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm.
  46. “Kotmale Evacuees Study. Report no. 2.” 1990. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish International Development Authority (Sida) & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm.
  47. “Kotmale Evacuees Study. Report no. 1.” 1988. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish International Development Authority (Sida) & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm.
  48. “Sandwip Cross-dam Project, Bangladesh. Fishery resources and fisheries. Consultancy on fisheries aspects of the project.” 1987. Gothenburg & Stockholm, Sweden: National Swedish Board of Fisheries & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm & Swedish International Development Authority (Sida).
  49. Fisheries. 1987. With Sten Andreasson. In: Final report. Feasibility study on the Sandwip cross-dam development scheme vol. 3, Annex B. March 1987. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Land Reclamation Project, Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB).
  50. “Sandwip cross-dam development scheme, Bangladesh. Consultancy on aspects of the socio-economic condition in the project area. A preliminary report.” 1986. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish International Development Authority (Sida) & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm.
  51. “Sandwip Cross-dam Development Scheme, Bangladesh. Feasibility study on Sandwip-Noakhali Crossdam. Economic and social studies. Further comments with an emphasis on the fishing adaptation on Sandwip.” 1986. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Land Reclamation Project, Bangladesh Water Development Board.
  52. “Sandwip Crossdam Project (SCP). Reports nos. 1-5.” 1986. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish International Development Authority (Sida) & Development Study Unit, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm.
  53. “Evaluation of projects in Bangladesh funded by the Rajshahi Committee of Kristiansand.” 1985. Kristiansand, Norway: The Rajshahi Committee, Kristiansand Municipal Council. Comment: Available in Norwegian.
  54. “Fish Culture Programme 1983-1989.” 1983. A project proposal to the Development Fund / Future in Our Hands. Pagla, Sunamgonj, Bangladesh: Rural Development and Health Centre Foundation (RDHCF).
  55. “Gono Unnyan Prochesta, Rajoir, Faridpur, Bangladesh. A report from a visit in May 1983.” 1983. Oslo, Norway: The Development Fund / Future in Our Hands & Norwegian Agency for International Development (Norad). Comment: Available in Norwegian.
  56. “Evaluation of K.R.B. Fishery and Irrigation Project.” 1983. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Norwegian Agency for International Development (Norad). Comment: Available in Norwegian.