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Peru - Country partnership framework for the period FY17-FY21 (English)

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) FY17-FY21 for the World Bank Group (WBG) is aligned with the Government’s program and the priorities highlighted by the SCD. The CPF focuses on eight critical objectives structured across three pillars: (i) Productivity for growth; (ii) Services for citizens across the territory; and (iii) Natural resource and climate risk management. Effectiveness of public spending will be a crosscutting issue along these three pillars. The framework will also aim to address gender and indigenous disparities. The WBG is well placed to help Peru in addressing the above three areas, given the significant country experience acquired through past and ongoing engagements. The WBG’s long-term engagement in Peru, with proven efficiency according to Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) reports, provides a solid base upon which to support these three pillars. To build on this strength, the WBG is committed to provide Peru with integrated solutions, combining both global knowledge and smart financing—all designed against the backdrop of the country’s need to increase the efficiency in the use of public resources. Still, the CPF focuses only on a selected set of activities, some driven by the portfolio, most increasingly driven by new lending and the knowledge program. The impact of the CPF’s three pillars and eight objectives will be monitored closely through a selected set of indicators that includes, to the extent possible, the impact that interventions will have also on gender and indigenous groups.


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    Peru - Country partnership framework for the period FY17-FY21

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Peru - Country partnership framework for the period FY17-FY21 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.