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Romania - Improved Policy Making and Institutional Framework for People with Disability Project : procurement plan (English)

Procurement Plan 111181 DEC 01, 2016

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West Bank and Gaza - Disability in the Palestinian territories : assessing situation and services for people with disabilities (English)

This assessment originated from the dialogue on reforming the Cash Transfer Program (CTP) managed by the Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA) to increase monetary support for people with disabilities (PWD). ... See More +

Working Paper 105188 APR 11, 2016

Essama,Suzanne Disclosed

Financial analysis for the temporary social security regime regarding old age, disability and death for state workers in Timor-Leste (English)

This report was prepared by the World Bank at the request of the Government of Timor-Leste, and is used to assist the government with short-term budgeting and understanding the long-term dynamics of its new pension program. ... See More +

Working Paper 73335 OCT 01, 2012

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Croatia's vulnerable better served and protected (English)

This Results Profile talks about how Croatia's vulnerable were better served and protected. Croatian authorities partnered with the World Bank to overhaul the system so it would help welfare beneficiaries achieve the greatest self-reliance, and deliver effective services to the neediest. ... See More +

Brief 99862 JUN 30, 2011

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Wheels of change (English)

Motivation Romania is based in Bragadiru, a town of concrete apartment blocks in the suburbs of the capital city of Bucharest, where the back roads are unpaved and goats chew on trash. ... See More +

Brief 92569 AUG 15, 2005

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Disability and inclusive development : sharing, learning and building alliances by James D. Wolfensohn (English)

It's been a question simply of exposing to the greater number of my colleagues the issues. Given that people here are deeply concerned and devoting their lives to the question of poverty and to the question of peace, when we simply said that there is a group of 600 million people who not only have one form or another of personal handicap, but who are ignored in many of the countries in which we operate, so that whatever problems they have are magnified in terms of not just of them but of the total community. ... See More +

Working Paper 101642 DEC 01, 2004

Wolfensohn,James D. Disclosed