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Urban water management in Bogotá, Colombia

name "WB" Flooding and river restoration Prior to 1950, the Bogotá River meandered through the middle of the basin with wide riparian areas, extensive flood plains, and thriving ecosystmes such as the La Conejera, Juan Amarillo, and Jaboque wetlands. Rapid urbanization has resulted in the channelization of the river, destruction of wetlands and settlements along the river making the river increasingly prone to flooding. In response, CAR has incorporated a flood works

program to widen and protect riparian zones, restore the natural meander of the river, and hydraulically connect the river to its flood plains. In one particular component of a World Bank loan (see Multi-stakeholder assistance below) to CAR, EAAB, and the District Government; the Flood Control and Environmental Works project finances a comprehensive river recuperation program that incorporates best practice in urban river restoration. This component consists of improving flood control from


Shawinigan

-Sud (then Almaville) maintained home-rule and developed as a residential hub. Great Depression Local prosperity (Prosperous) was interrupted by the Great Depression in the 1930s. Many plants were forced to temporarily reduce or stop their production, which left many residents jobless. Many families needed public assistance to survive. The City Council enacted a public works program to help families. The promenade along the St Maurice was a make work project during


French colonial empire

. Nonetheless, he did not give up his idea of making Algeria a model where French colonists and Arabs could live and work together as equals. He traveled to Algiers for a second time on 3 May 1865, and this time he remained for a month, meeting with tribal leaders and local officials. He offered a wide amnesty to participants of the insurrection, and promised to name Arabs to high positions in his government. He also promised a large public works program of new ports, railroads, and roads. However


Works Progress Administration

Public Library. Black Oak and After." The Oak Lawn Public Library. Black Oak and After. Verlyn Biere, edited by Grant Subs. Chester Pool Construction began for the Chester Pool in 1939 as part of a Works Progress Administration (WPA) public works program to create employment during the Great Depression. It was completed in 1941, although due to the delivery of the filtration system being delayed

), and other depression-era funding. During the Depression (Great Depression), however, Moses, along with Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia, was responsible for the construction of ten gigantic pools under the WPA (Works Progress Administration) Program. Combined, they could accommodate 66,000 swimmers. This extensive social works program is sometimes attributed to the fact that Moses was an avid swimmer himself. One such pool is McCarren Park Pool in Brooklyn, formerly dry and used


Staten Island

construction commenced in 1933 as part of the Federal Government's works program on an eight-acre (three-hectare) estate willed to New York City. It was opened on June 10, 1936, the first zoo in the U.S. specifically devoted to an educational mandate. The Zoo was also the first to exhibit all the 32 varieties of rattlesnakes known to occur in the United States. wikipedia:Staten Island


Boston

Lindsey . * November 25 – A disastrous cyclone slams India with terrible winds and a giant 40-foot storm surge, wiping out the port city of Coringa (Coringa (village)); 300,000 people die. * November 27 – In Boston, Massachusetts, the American Statistical Association is founded. * December 2 – Great Depression: U.S. President Herbert Hoover goes before Congress and asks for a US$150 million public works program


Turkey

Depression : U.S. President Herbert Hoover goes before Congress and asks for a US$150 million public works program to help generate jobs and stimulate the economy (Economics). March * March 1 – The Turkish (Turkey) passenger ship ''Uskudar'' capsizes and sinks at Izmit Bay, Kocaeli (İzmit), Turkey; at least 300 die. * March 2 – A British team led by Sir Vivian Fuchs completes the first crossing of the Antarctic in snowcat caterpillar tractors


Netherlands

designated as contributing to society (such as unpaid or low-paid work). These programs, now common in Australia (as "mutual obligation") and Canada, have generated considerable debate and controversy. In the Netherlands workfare is known as Work First, based on the Wisconsin Works program from the USA. thumb 240px The 14th green at the Kennemer Golf & Country Club (File:KLM Open 14th green.jpg). The '''KLM Open''' is an annual golf tournament played in the Netherlands, and has been part of the European Tour (PGA European Tour)'s schedule since the Tour was inaugurated in 1972. Founded in 1912, the tournament was originally known as the '''Dutch Open''', before a variety of sponsors resulted in numerous name changes over the years, with KLM being the current incumbents. The tournament has been moved around the golfing calendar somewhat, but is currently held in September. It returned to one of its most frequent venues, Hilversumsche Golf Club, in 2010, and was held there again in 2011. Many other venues have been used for the event in the past, with the most recent being Kennemer Golf & Country Club. group4 Terrestrial television (Terrestrial television) list4 Boxer (Sweden) (Boxer TV Access) Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Australia

designated as contributing to society (such as unpaid or low-paid work). These programs, now common in Australia (as "mutual obligation") and Canada, have generated considerable debate and controversy. In the Netherlands workfare is known as Work First, based on the Wisconsin Works program from the USA. '''Riddells Creek''' ( Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Canada

that are intended to improve the recipient's job prospects (such as training, rehabilitation (:wikt:rehabilitation) and work experience) and those designated as contributing to society (such as unpaid or low-paid work). These programs, now common in Australia (as "mutual obligation") and Canada, have generated considerable debate and controversy. In the Netherlands workfare is known as Work First, based on the Wisconsin Works program from the USA. '''''Night Heat


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