Skip to Main Navigation

Angola - Country partnership strategy for the period FY2014-2016 (English)

This new Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) of the World Bank Group (WBG) covering the period FY2014 to FY2016 comes at an important juncture in Angola's development history in transitioning to shared prosperity. Progress has been made, at times slowly, in the broad area of governance and transparency, especially in regards to budgetary management and economic governance. Yet, in relative terms globally, Angola still ranks extremely low on various country rankings for these indicators. Economic diversification, equitable distribution of wealth, and better service delivery emerged as Government's medium-term priorities. There is a strong commitment on the part of the Government of Angola (GoA) to deepen its engagement with the WBG. As new WBG operations that have been prepared with stronger client buy-in are being implemented, a stronger cooperation has resumed, particularly during the preparation of this strategy. At its core, this WBG strategy is designed to support Angola's transition to middle income country status by: supporting its largely own financed ongoing efforts for a more integrated economic diversification beyond abundant oil; at improving its delivery of basic services; and by supporting its longer term institutional and human resource capacities.


  • Document Date


  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number


  • Volume No


  • Total Volume(s)


  • Country


  • Region


  • Disclosure Date


  • Disclosure Status


  • Doc Name

    Angola - Country partnership strategy for the period FY2014-2016

  • Keywords

    multilateral investment guarantee agency;rural area;Analytical and Advisory Activities;Civil War;economic and sector work;urban water supply and sanitation;Economic and Social Plan;water supply and sanitation utility;economic diversification;Oil and Gas Sector;equitable distribution of wealth;sustainable water supply system;Access to Education;social assistance strategy;social infrastructure;social safety net program;monitoring and evaluation tool;resilience to climate change;people in urban area;Learning for All;Water and Energy;Private and Financial Sector;high population growth rate;access to basic service;quality of health services;female head of household;life expectancy at birth;social assistance program;respiratory tract infections;primary school enrollment;antenatal care coverage;maternal mortality ratio;quality of education;agricultural production;regional disparity;Armed Conflict;rural population;Social Protection;health care financing;national poverty line;Rule of Law;access to water;children under age;person with disability;access to clinic;child in school;net attendance ratio;household and individual;terms of education;improving service delivery;eradication of hunger;Public Financial Management;birth at home;reimbursable advisory services;prevalence of underweight;infant mortality rate;state oil company;contraceptive prevalence rate;area of governance;road and bridges;human development indicator;human resource capacity;impact of poverty;revenues from oil;sound economic management;Oil & Gas;improved water supply;gap in access;quality of teaching;system of assessment;Health Service Delivery;education and health;improved water source;business environment indicator;capital investment program;social protection strategy;skilled labor force;risk and vulnerability;price of oil;oil producing country;cost of finance;social protection system;Early Childhood Development;social protection expenditure;national assessment system;Governance and Accountability;fast economic growth;political development;food insecurity;oil revenue;Agricultural Trade;school accountability;Public Services;strategic objective;high probability;operational plan;fiscal deficit;development partner;health facility;bank's support;Sanitation Services;oil boom;program content;shared ownership;exposure indicator;external factor;administrative support;oil sector;reform implementation;adjustment program;angolan kwanza;significant challenge;private investment;guiding principles;annex annex;financial product;national implementation;teaching quality;teacher knowledge;primary learning;target school;hiv prevalence;institutional framework;profitability target;treatment facilities;local capacity;quality service;municipality level;business management;water delivery;transmission main;skill need;public finance;capacity constraint;governance challenge;local consultation;Energy Sector;global economy;governance dimension;pumping station;distribution network;opposition party;civil society;living standard;regional poverty;budgetary resource;parliamentary election;country ranking;parliamentary seats;election manifesto;Vocational Training;market price;monetary financing;poverty headcount;average inflation;state capacity;massive infrastructure;interrupted schooling;education level;export value;negative growth;survey period;railway line;constant price;import value;resource revenue;budgetary management;eligibility threshold;informal sector;political stability;drop-out rate;paying job;service access;population group;inclusive development;economic crisis;oil industry;employment generation;bilateral aid;oil resource;reconstruction aid;parliamentary system;internal conflict;social cost;net importer;export crop;inflation rate;absolute poverty;extreme poverty;headcount poverty;old children;social indicator;food price;basic package;agriculture income;health indicator;house connection;targeting mechanism;poverty incidence;income quintile;prevention program;poverty trend



Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)

  • Official PDF
  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *The text version is uncorrected OCR text and is included solely to benefit users with slow connectivity.


Angola - Country partnership strategy for the period FY2014-2016 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.