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World Bank Iraq Trust Fund Report to Donors Update (September 30, 2007) (English)

The World Bank's overarching objective is to assist Iraq build capacity for better public sector governance, with an emphasis on public financial management (PFM), given Iraq's challenge to use its own resources transparently and effectively. The World Bank provides policy advice and technical assistance to support Iraqi-led PFM reforms. Iraq's commitment to improving its use of public resources is reflected in the central role PFM plays in the socioeconomic pillar of the International Compact for Iraq (ICI). This paper includes the following sections: public sector governance; project implementation issues; status of IDA credits; ITF financial status; World Bank presence in Iraq; and annex 1 -- status of projects under implementation.

Details

  • Document Date

    2007/09/30

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    41991

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Iraq,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    World Bank Iraq Trust Fund Report to Donors Update (September 30, 2007)

  • Keywords

    International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq;Demand for Good Governance;country portfolio performance review;Trust Fund Administration;Public Financial Management;Public Sector Governance;Social Safety Nets;institutional capacity building;separate bank account;supply and installation;capacity building support;financial management problem;international development partner;allocation of resource;series of workshops;provision of service;contracts for supply;law and regulation;basic water supply;families with child;Public Finance Management;trust fund balance;project monitoring system;effectiveness of audit;banking sector reform;fund management;fiduciary requirements;iraqi dinar;payment delays;price escalation;bank statement;project finance;target social;infrastructure rehabilitation;disabled person;household survey;investment income;administration fees;employment generation;national policy;vulnerable population;site development;school construction;fund disbursements;procurement reform;construction work;rehabilitation centers;small school;generation capacity;resource planning;electricity contract;irrigated land;supreme audit;currency fluctuation;laboratory equipment;national telecommunication;national telecommunications;international benchmarks;Donor Contribution;grant financing;budget execution;Construction Firms;telecommunications network;payment system;Financial Sector;improved public;environmental awareness;procurement delay;modern management;regulatory function;public accountability;expenditure survey;field workers;employment creation;banking system;local bank;travel expenses;advance account;european commission;fiduciary risk;reputational risk;supervision cost;project processing;constitutional mandate;governmental agency;donor coordination;high security;budget transfer;appraisal mission;security cost;disbursement arrangement;Donor Commitment;auditing techniques;Impact assessments;project delays;loan amounting;electricity output;capacity constraint;medical aid;donor pledge;donor community;civil society;Exchange Rates;liquidity problem;disbursement method;branch network;correspondent bank;Cash flow;treatment facilities;building contract;civil works;emergency need;public resource;institutional assessment;project quality;Sanitation Services;

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World Bank Iraq Trust Fund Report to Donors Update (September 30, 2007) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/499901468285641538/World-Bank-Iraq-Trust-Fund-Report-to-Donors-Update-September-30-2007