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Special themes for IDA16 (English)

The central challenge faced by International Development Association (IDA) countries particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa is to accelerate progress in achieving development outcomes, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). During the first meeting of the IDA16 negotiations in Paris in March 2010, participants broadly agreed that IDA16 should focus on development results as the overarching theme for the replenishment. This paper, therefore, commences with a brief review of the current status of country level development results as captured by IDA's Results Measurement System (RMS). This paper addresses three of the four special themes (i.e. gender, climate change and FCCs). As requested at the Paris meeting, the paper discusses the special themes within the broader framework of achieving development results. First, it links special themes to development outcomes and deals explicitly with results measurement in each of the three special themes. Second, while recognizing that IDA is only one of several contributors to the improvement of development outcomes, the paper identifies actions which will strengthen IDA's agency effectiveness in support of development outcomes in the three special themes. This paper builds on detailed progress reports presented and discussed at the IDA15 Mid-Term Review (MTR) on all three special themes. The paper is organized as follows. Section two sets the context for the special themes. The next three sections then discuss the gender mainstreaming, climate change and FCCs in turn. Section six sets out the issue for discussion.

Details

  • Document Date

    2010/05/01

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    54954

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/08/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Special themes for IDA16

  • Keywords

    Infant and Young Child Feeding;regional distribution of climate change;Pilot Program for Climate Resilience;Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations;Country Policy and Institutional Assessment;impact of climate change;access to financial service;electricity and gas improvement;Analytic and Advisory Activities;heavily indebted poor country;equal access for woman;alternative sources of funding;Public Sector Governance;multilateral debt relief initiative;multilateral development bank;impact from climate change;project monitoring and evaluation;incentive for bank;effect of climate change;elimination of gender disparity;secondary level of education;promotion of gender equality;task force on education;women of childbearing age;gender mainstreaming;gender issue;gender and development;maternal mortality rate;integration of gender;achieving gender equality;climate resilient development;core sector indicator;early warning system;extreme weather event;empowerment of woman;gender equality outcomes;climate change adaptation;total fertility rate;analytical and advisory;labor force participation;investment in water;electricity generation equipment;rural development operation;risk and vulnerability;global climate change;confronting climate change;gender equality work;share of woman;gender policy framework;aggregate income shock;impact on child;spread of hiv;access to treatment;health and nutrition;universal primary education;reducing maternal mortality;women during pregnancy;climate change debate;access to land;inclusion of women;secure land tenure;higher education level;gender equality goal;cash transfer program;labor market policy;high child mortality;access to infrastructure;flood protection measure;partial risk guarantee;knowledge and learning;African Development Fund;Country Partnership Strategy;Creditor Reporting System;Clean Technology Fund;international financial corporation;private sector resource;education and health;climate change stresses;terms of knowledge;source of financing;climate change issue;advancing gender equality;poverty reduction effort;Water and Energy;scaling-up renewable energy;climate change challenge;climate sensitive sectors;risk of damage;construction of dam;financing of investment;water user association;integrated watershed management;results framework;affected country;economic sector;gender equity;gender action;gender analysis;climate proofing;outcome indicator;knowledge creation;climate action;climate challenge;Gender Inequality;gender assessment;gender inequalities;extreme poverty;Infant Mortality;economic empowerment;subsequent section;live birth;school enrollment;economic shock;climate finance;knowledge gap;Climate Risk;women's health;Learning and Innovation Credit;cultural context;comparative advantage;agricultural productivity;coastal city;mainstreaming gender;adaptation cost;financing platform;business case;climate-sensitive sectors;pregnant woman;direct beneficiaries;fragile states;Gender Gap;incremental cost;positive impact;population rate;gender goal;water runoff;employment option;demographic analysis;basic transport;energy infrastructure;farm input;increase poverty;operational tool;security situation;combat poverty;concessional finance;Public Services;carbon finance;coastal water;coastal flood;seed stock;blend country;Climate Investment;carbon energy;sustainable forestry;climate hazard;climate mitigation;extreme event;financing mechanism;special fund;income increase;national budget;salt water;young men;good governance;Social Protection;regulating water;melting glaciers;irrigation infrastructure;generation capacity;coastal area;rural area;young woman;reduce stream;climate uncertainty;flood plain;environmental factor;energy access;climate information;urban planner;demographic development;gender strategy;survival probability;economic independence;safe sex;traditional norm;sexual relation;systematic analysis;public life;sector activity;management accountability;Economic Policy;gender indicator

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Special themes for IDA16 (English). IDA16 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/407511468147850201/Special-themes-for-IDA16