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Cross-Cutting Issues in IDA20 (English)

The COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences are setting back the world’s low-income and fragile countries and putting in peril the World Bank Group’s (WBG) Twin Goals and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The global outlook remains uncertain, with major risks around the path of the pandemic and the possibility of financial stress. The devastation caused by the pandemic is a stark reminder of the need to invest in crisis preparedness and to strengthen governance and institutions for better resilience. The effects of the pandemic also underscore that many International Development Association (IDA) countries remain burdened by unsustainable debt levels, which need to be addressed. As we confront these issues,technology will be central to the recovery. By adopting a cross-cutting approach to build a stronger foundation for development, IDA countries will be better placed to stop the ongoing crisis, preempt and respond to future ones, and generate longer-term beneficial effects.

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  • Document Date

    2021/06/11

  • Document Type

    Board Report

  • Report Number

    161272

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Cross-Cutting Issues in IDA20

  • Keywords

    Public and Publicly Guaranteed; Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations; governance and institutions; gender and development; Crisis Preparedness; Pilot Program for Climate Resilience; small and medium enterprise; Fragility, Conflict, and Violence; access to digital technology; capacity for policy formulation; gender gap in access; Climate Adaptation and Mitigation; effectiveness of public spending; demand for health care; domestic resource mobilization; early warning system; million people; illicit financial flows; social protection system; disease surveillance system; person with disability; global economic prospect; social protection program; natural disaster preparedness; weather shock; debt sustainability analysis; disaster risk management; human capital investment; animal health surveillance; flash flood guidance; emerging infectious disease; Deferred Drawdown Option; food and nutrition; share of resource; adoption of policy; Rule of Law; risk of conflict; line of defense; gender equality policy; public service delivery; world health organization; equitable institution; budget development; government service delivery; efficiency of expenditure; public sector accountability; access to finance; global financial system; private sector funding; investments in agriculture; global public good; delivering health services; Nature-Based Solutions; personal protective equipment; access to shelter; response to crisis; primary health care; increasing tax revenue; number of casualties; debt service costs; risk of debt; Disaster Risk Reduction; sea level rise; Integrated Digital Solutions; health care system; scope of service; land use planning; global food security; essential health services; touch screen interface; low tax revenues; public health system; return on investment; opportunity for governments; efficient tax policy; cost of illness; quality of care; citizen service center; supply chain management; pandemic preparedness; food insecurity; zoonotic disease; digital government; public action; natural hazard; food crisis; fiscal risk; economic recovery; digital access; crisis management; digital infrastructure; Financial Sector; diagnostic tool; Tax Evasion; cutting issues; fiscal space; Fragile Countries; fiscal policy; Fiscal policies; health systems; storm surge; financing instrument; business continuity; digital development; core operation; information service; response operation; comparative advantage; physical infrastructure; ecosystem health; vulnerable household; pandemic response; epidemic preparedness; Country Systems; Public Services; government function; beneficial ownership; food system; evidence-based policy; investment practice; public debt; financial stress; support system; debt burden; debt level; institutional governance; health effect; medical equipment; debt accumulation; public resource; public money; governance issue; economic diversity; essential services

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Cross-Cutting Issues in IDA20 (English). IDA20 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/255571625066638144/Cross-Cutting-Issues-in-IDA20