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Burundi - Interim Strategy Note (English)

This Interim Strategy Note (ISN) aims at defining a road map for Bank support to the Republic of Burundi during FY06 - FY07. It follows an earlier Bank Transitional Support Strategy (TSS). This Interim Strategy proposes a program for continued Bank support, building on the substantial progress made by Burundi over the last three years towards peace, political reconciliation, and economic recovery. This document is organized as follows: Part I presents a summary of recent developments in Burundi. Part II reviews the implementation of the 2002 TSS, discusses progress to date, and highlights some of the key lessons learned along the way. Part III discusses Burundi's strategic objective for the coming period, and the Poverty Reduction Strategy Process (PRSP). Part IV describes the key challenges faced by Burundi over the next few years, and Part V proposes a strategy for Bank support for the coming period.

Details

  • Document Date

    2005/04/11

  • Document Type

    Interim Strategy Note

  • Report Number

    32018

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Burundi,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2005/05/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Burundi - Interim Strategy Note

  • Keywords

    peace process;National Water and Electricity Company;access to potable water;rural area;demobilization and reintegration;consultations with government officials;quality of health services;Orphans and Vulnerable Children;gross primary enrollment ratio;traditional debt relief mechanism;demobilization and reintegration program;access to basic service;public works and employment;economic reform agenda;social stability;civil society;consultations with stakeholders;economic recovery;rebel group;political party;political parties;women in development;local health committees;solid waste collection;Financial Management System;social services delivery;heads of state;balance of payment;human capital development;health sector management;participatory consultation process;population growth rate;human development index;maternal mortality ratio;public resource management;Public Finance Management;relative poverty rate;per capita expenditure;primary school enrolment;improving water supply;access to sanitation;capacity of community;access to land;issue of security;traditional pit latrine;access to water;rural water supply;acute respiratory infection;hiv prevalence rate;dominant ethnic group;external debt situation;gross enrollment ratio;gross enrollment rate;post conflict countries;formal primary school;donor coordination;living standard;institutional strengthening;intelligence service;international community;donor community;external assistance;health infrastructure;health facility;real gdp;improved water;satisfaction rate;debt service;civil strife;primary schooling;Reproductive Health;restructuring process;management autonomy;social capital;peace agreement;Economic Policy;strategic objective;national policy;budget support;lasting peace;transition period;political instability;civil conflict;human life;Displaced Population;social fabric;extensive consultation;Labor Union;economic reintegration;opposition party;recovery effort;Public Spending;Exit Strategy;foreign reserve;internal security;political development;Sanitation Services;aids pandemic;armed groups;real growth;political objective;response mechanism;concessional loan;active program;donor support;future bank;telecommunications sector;aids program;donor resource;telecom sector;changing behavior;sewer network;reconciliation process;refugee camp;social recovery;social crisis;political environment;formal consultation;political context;standard approach;post-conflict country;coffee price;destitute household;governmental authority;urban population;government's strategy;resource mobilization;financing need;foreign exchange;debt stock;medium-term macroeconomic;social condition;political support;burundian franc;operational issues;secondary level;open dump;massive exodus;curative care;nutrition education;community participation;supply chain;Essential Drugs;urban neighborhood;general population;live birth;aids epidemic;water rate;geographic region;educational standard;university level;primary level;Population Displacement;increased mortality;regional inequality;increased insecurity;early warning;risk identification;debt issue;recent years;road sector;Infant Mortality;Sexual Violence;religious group;local population;operational research;consultation mechanism;net enrollment;vicious cycle;national drug;rural population;increasing rate;poverty indicator;diseases cases;economic stabilization;income poverty;environmental resource;Environmental Resources;household survey;sustainable access;water source;security threat;widespread poverty;social situation;social indicator;Local Govemment;state intervention;youth employment;geographical area;budget principle;legal framework;administrative procedure;vested interests;good governance;household head;active participation;peacekeeping operation;discriminatory practice;political progress;commercial creditor;domestic arrears;survey results;population group;opinion survey;education level;household size;underweight child;gender disparity;infrastructure rehabilitation

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Burundi - Interim Strategy Note (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/204721468014041573/Burundi-Interim-Strategy-Note