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Myanmar : empowering people for inclusive growth : Myanmar country partnership framework for the period 2015-2017 (English)

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) will succeed the Myanmar Interim Strategy Note (FY13-14) and will be the first full country partnership framework for Myanmar since 19842. This CPF aims to outline how the full range of resources of the World Bank Group can help the country and its people in this transition and in achieving sustainable poverty reduction and shared prosperity. In doing so, the CPF draws on the findings of the recent Systematic Country Diagnostic carried out by the World Bank Group, lessons learned from implementation since the beginning of WBG re-engagement in 2012, and extensive consultations with a wide range of stakeholders conducted in 2014. Through this CPF the WBG will accelerate and scale up engagement with Myanmar to support two critical transformations underway: (i) towards openness and integration; and (ii) toward empowerment and inclusion. Together, these two socio-economic shifts offer a historic opportunity and hold the key to reduce poverty and boost shared prosperity in Myanmar. Beginning in 2011, Myanmar launched fundamental political and economic reforms aimed at increasing openness, empowerment, and inclusion. The success of Myanmar’s reforms will depend on the extent of progress with inclusion and integration, so all of Myanmar’s people benefit. The key challenge will be to ensure that the political, economic and peacemaking transformation gives voice to the whole population, benefits the country’s most needy and vulnerable, and develops the non-state sector to support broad-based economic growth. In supporting Myanmar’s unique transformation, the World Bank Group will leverage the combined knowledge and financing resources of IDA, IFC and MIGA. In doing so, this CPF is grounded in a vision of development as supporting the dual transformation to openness and integration, and to empowerment and inclusion. The CPF sets out a planned program of activities to achieve these goals to reduce poverty and boost shared prosperity.

Details

  • Author

    Myint,Nikolas, Martin,Catherine, Kumar,Vikram, Barbour,Paul Antony

  • Document Date

    2015/04/23

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    112661

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Myanmar,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2017/02/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Myanmar country partnership framework for the period 2015-2017

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;small and medium enterprise;Trade and Investment Framework Agreement;rapid growth in bank deposit;Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise;equal pay for equal work;information and communication technology;spatial distribution of poverty;unification of exchange rate;public financial management system;economic self-reliance;public sector wage bill;female labor force participation;access to essential service;Oil and Gas Sector;access to safe water;primary net enrollment rate;transparent use of revenues;current account deficit;foreign direct investment;inclusive growth;abundant natural resource;Armed Conflict;adult equivalence scale;development partner;Rule of Law;foreign exchange restriction;modern financial institutions;sustainable poverty reduction;program of support;poverty headcount rate;expenditures on health;public debt sustainability;external public debt;expansionary fiscal policy;Foreign Exchange Reserve;Access to Electricity;annex annex;removal of trade;sustainable private sector;Program of Activities;natural gas export;exchange rate liberalization;country financing parameters;public sector deficit;international commodity price;access to finance;level of governance;access to capital;private sector company;lack of transparency;private sector actors;members of parliament;participation in politics;good corporate governance;number of jobs;Energy and Mining;skilled birth attendants;reducing child mortality;millennium development goal;security and development;cost of living;incidence of poverty;essential social services;vulnerability to shock;natural resource extraction;underdeveloped financial sector;impact on poverty;amount of fund;impact of conflict;household consumption requirement;Innovation and Productivity;division of power;Oil & Gas;global value chain;preferential tariff system;competitive exchange rate;access to information;rural area;source of revenue;armed groups;exchange rate management;Internally Displaced Person;availability of information;production sharing contracts;means of communication;restrictions on imports;foreign exchange market;ethnic minority groups;

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Citation

Myint,Nikolas Martin,Catherine Kumar,Vikram Barbour,Paul Antony

Myanmar : empowering people for inclusive growth : Myanmar country partnership framework for the period 2015-2017 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/132341486543566177/Myanmar-country-partnership-framework-for-the-period-2015-2017