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Peru - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy for the period FY12-FY16 (English)

This performance and learning review summarizes progress in the implementation of the FY12-FY16 WBG Peru Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), which was discussed at the Board of Directors on February 1, 2012. The four key pillars supported by the CPS are: (i) increase access and quality of social services for the poor; (ii) connecting the poor to services and markets; (iii) sustainable growth and productivity; and (iv) improved public sector performance for greater inclusion. The CPS is closely aligned with the Government’s strategic vision of strong and inclusive economic growth and mirrors the Government’s five year cycle which will end in July 2016. The CPS focuses on those areas in which the WBG can provide value added to the country’s poverty alleviation efforts. The WBG-supported program has advanced significantly towards the achievement of the CPS outcomes. The CPS remains a valid and effective framework for the collaboration and engagement between the country and the WBG. During the remainder of the CPS period, the program will continue supporting the Government, through the implementation of the ongoing tasks, while making adjustments to reflect changes in priorities and respond to country needs. New initiatives include urban mobility projects, as well as, financial support through DPLs to counter the current challenges in the external macroeconomic front. The program is also facing an increased demand for reimbursable advisory services.

Details

  • Document Date

    2015/04/07

  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number

    95974

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Peru,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2015/05/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Peru - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy for the period FY12-FY16

  • Keywords

    Analytic and Advisory Activities;rural area;Spanish Fund for Latin America;national public investment;multilateral investment guarantee agency;central reserve;Disaster Risk Management & Urban;access to financial service;access to capital market;high-quality basic service;access to social protection;conditional cash transfer program;impact of climate variability;investment of public fund;gender and climate change;project design and implementation;nationally appropriate mitigation actions;investment and advisory services;Management of Natural Resources;Poverty & Inequality;demand for knowledge;quality of education;social inclusion;total public debt;access to finance;education and health;debt management strategy;demand for bank;output per worker;public investment management;public sector effectiveness;public investment program;term of productivity;quality assurance system;current account deficit;inflation targeting regime;investments in infrastructure;global financial crisis;total external debt;poverty alleviation effort;school feeding program;social sector reform;rural electricity coverage;access to justice;legal aid center;reimbursable advisory services;provision of finance;inclusive economic growth;operations and maintenance;net public debt;construction and operation;hydroelectric power generation;early warning system;supply of power;Student Learning Assessment;portfolio performance review;quality of water;climate change scenario;social assistance program;urban development agenda;Access to Education;territorial development strategy;higher education supply;private sector demand;extractive industry revenues;Science and Technology;Local Economic Development;extreme poverty line;per capita income;terms of trade;health delivery system;patient per year;terms of knowledge;capacity for implementation;Social Safety Nets;quality of public;hours of water;improvements in access;safety net program;poor rural community;foreign direct investment;sustainable natural resource;natural resource extraction;law and regulation;investment climate;urban mobility;social program;Macroeconomic Policy;knowledge exchange;private investment;improved public;external environment;fiscal balance;Social Conflict;contingency fund;natural disaster;competitiveness agenda;Exchange Rates;institutional design;accession process;rural family;development partner;institutional strengthening;transparent procedure;infrastructure sector;increased demand;increased access;microfinance institution;increase productivity;economic sector;career path;tertiary level;international reserve;fiscal position;Sanitation Services;human capital;Basic Education;malnutrition rates;bank finance;urban transport;commodity price;

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Peru - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy for the period FY12-FY16 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/505191467973234311/Peru-Performance-and-learning-review-of-the-country-partnership-strategy-for-the-period-FY12-FY16