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Bangladesh - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20 (English)

Despite its challenging circumstances, Bangladesh has proven to be remarkably resilient and achieved significant human development gains. The country partnership framework (CPF) will refocus the World Bank Group’s (WBG’s) strategic direction on removing stubborn impediments to job creation and growth. The CPF will build on a well-performing portfolio, particularly in human development, identified by the systematic country diagnostic (SCD) as foundational priorities which are important prerequisites to sustained growth. Engagements from the previous strategy that promote inclusive growth - notably in health, education, and social protection, as well as in revenue mobilization, financial sector support, and the business environment - will continue. The CPF will also give greater prominence to policy reforms and make policy dialogue an integral building block in the country program. The CPF considers three selectivity criteria: (i) consistency with the government’s seventh five year plan to ensure strong country ownership; (ii) alignment with policy priorities identified in the SCD, in particular the five transformational priorities to achieve the greatest impact on poverty reduction and shared prosperity; and (iii) the WBG comparative advantage, taking into account the knowledge and financing support provided by other development partners. The activities in the CPF are structured around three focus areas consistent with the South Asia regional strategy - growth, social inclusion, and climate and environmental management.

Details

  • Document Date

    2016/03/08

  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number

    103723

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bangladesh,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/04/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Bangladesh - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20

  • Keywords

    multilateral investment guarantee agency;Global Agriculture and Food Security Program;female labor force participation;Completion and Learning Review;universal access to primary education;access to clean drinking water;medium-term macroeconomic framework;Scaling-Up Renewable Energy Program;access to safe drinking water;Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability;Governance and Accountability Action Plan;Power Grid Company of Bangladesh;lack of transparency and accountability;Household Income and Expenditure Survey;Primary and Secondary Education;educational attainment of woman;maternal and child health;information and communication technology;effect of climate change;investment need;labor force participation rate;large number of women;per capita income level;investment in climate change;japan international cooperation agency;resilience to climate change;real exchange rate appreciation;united nations population fund;impact on poverty reduction;public financial management reform;water supply and sanitation;civil and political right;multilateral debt relief initiative;quality of public service;extreme poverty;national poverty rate;Foreign Exchange Reserve;increase in labor;years of schooling;world market share;working age population;output per worker;human development gains;Macroeconomic Stability;investments in education;Development Policy Lending;high crop yield;Equity in Education;barriers to growth;share of woman;children per woman;public sector investment;prevalence of contraception;management of water;measure of inequality;Oral rehydration therapies;country economic memorandum;family planning program;purchasing power parity;urban population growth;Exchange Rates;safety net system;foreign direct investment;operations and maintenance;water development board;country financing parameters;Public Expenditure Management;ready made garments;climate change resilience;gross national income;terms of trade;inland water transport;liquefied natural gas;Electronic Government Procurement;ongoing public sector;elasticity of poverty;public service delivery;power generation sector;girls into school;gdp growth rate;primary school enrollment;child immunization rate;share of employment;efficient land use;private sector competitiveness;private sector activity;source of inflow;availability of electricity;infant mortality rate;total fertility rate;financial sector stability;oil price decline;loss of knowledge;Effective interest rate;maternal mortality ratio;high unemployment rate;formal secondary education;world development indicator;diversification of agriculture;supply of electricity;climate change adaptation;social protection scheme;exchange rate volatility;higher value added;trade reform agenda;Exchange rate policies;budget preparation process;skills and education;exchange rate policy;incomes of workers;promoting gender equality;Natural Resource Management;safety of worker;river basin approach;productivity of capital;land and water;Social Safety Nets;inland water transportation;current account deficit;agricultural supply chain;investments in infrastructure;current account balance;daily wage work;fast population growth;governance and institutions;stable exchange rate;medium-term development plans;tax administration reform;policy and institution;high growth rate;partnership framework;rural area;natural disaster;business environment;delta management;inclusive growth;Public Services;Job Creation;export growth;agricultural productivity;infrastructure quality;social indicator;political instability;creating job;corporate governance;remittance transfer;Energy Sector;Water Management;Population Density;eliminating poverty;gender equity;wage differential;political context;grass root;Advisory services;stakeholder consultation;health outcome;comparative advantage;global integration;financial market;land mass;long-term poverty;macroeconomic fundamentals;significant challenge;asian countries;middle class;improved health;Labor Market

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Bangladesh - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/362231468185032193/Bangladesh-Country-partnership-framework-for-the-period-FY16-20