Project Coordination Unit definition

Project Coordination Unit or “PCU” means the Project coordination unit within the SGPM, established and maintained in accordance with Schedule 4 to this Agreement;
Project Coordination Unit or “PCU” means the unit to be established by the Borrower in accordance with Article 6.01 (g) of this Agreement and whose responsibilities are set out in Part A.3 of Schedule 4 to this Agreement;
Project Coordination Unit means the unit referred to in Section I.A.3 of Schedule 2 to this Agreement.

Examples of Project Coordination Unit in a sentence

  • To this end, the Recipient shall carry out Part 2 (Urban Sanitation) of the Project through DAB, and Part 3 (Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building) of the Project through the Project Coordination Unit, in both cases in accordance with the provisions of Article IV of the General Conditions, and cause Part 1 (Urban Water Supply) of the Project to be carried out by the Project Implementing Entity, in accordance with the provisions of Article IV of the General Conditions and the Project Agreement.

  • The Project Coordination Unit shall, on behalf of MEPRI exercise the Recipient’s rights under the respective Sub-grant Agreements in such manner as to protect the interests of the Recipient and the Association and to accomplish the purposes of the Project, and, except as the Association shall otherwise agree, the Recipient shall not assign, amend, abrogate or waive any Sub-grant Agreement or any substantial provision thereof without the prior written approval of the Association.

  • The Recipient shall not later than November 1, 2010 set up and thereafter maintain throughout Project implementation, a Project Coordination Unit (PCU) within KMFRI with staffing, resources and terms of reference satisfactory to the Association.

  • Without limitation upon the provisions of paragraph 1 of this Section I.A, the Recipient, through the MoF, shall designate, at all times during the implementation of the Project, the Project Coordination Unit (“PCU”), to be responsible for day to day execution, coordination and implementation (including procurement, financial management, environmental and social, monitoring and evaluation, supervision and reporting) of activities under the Project.

  • The following event is specified as an additional condition to the effectiveness of the Loan Agreement within the meaning of Section 12.01 (c) of the General Conditions, namely that the Project Coordination Unit referred to in paragraph 1 (b) of Schedule 5 to this Agreement has been established with staff and other resources and terms of reference as provided in said paragraph.


More Definitions of Project Coordination Unit

Project Coordination Unit or “PCU” means the established by the Recipient to coordinate activities pertaining to the execution of the Project and established pursuant to pursuant to the Project Implementing Decision No 003/2009 dated January 15, 2009.
Project Coordination Unit. (PCU) means the unit established within the Ministry of Finance in accordance with Paragraph 2 of Schedule 4 to this Agreement for purposes of overall management of the Project;
Project Coordination Unit and “PCU” means the Project Coordination Unit established by the Recipient in the MOA’s Department of Planning and Development pursuant to the provisions of MOA’s Order No. One dated June 25, 2009.
Project Coordination Unit means the Recipient’s unit referred to in Section I.A.2 of Schedule 2 to this Agreement.
Project Coordination Unit and “PCU” mean the unit established within MED and to be maintained as provided for in Schedule 2, Section I, Part A.1 of this Agreement.
Project Coordination Unit means the Project coordination unit to be established within the Recipient’s Ministry of Economy and Finance for the purpose of carrying out the implementation of the Activities.
Project Coordination Unit and “PCU” means the unit established by the Recipient within the MAFFS pursuant to the provisions of the Financing Agreement between the Recipient and the Association (Rural and Private Sector Development Project) dated August 2, 2007, for Grant No. H290-SL.