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Timor Leste - Systematic Country Diagnostic : Pathways for a New Economy and Sustainable Livelihoods (English)

This first systematic country diagnostic (SCD) for Timor-Leste identifies key priorities to sustainably achieve the World Bank Group (WBG) twin goals of eradicating extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity in Timor-Leste. The Timor-Leste SCD presents a key set of priorities towards achieving the twin goals along three pathways: i) continuing to invest in human capital and improved service delivery; ii) sustained economic growth and private sector job creation; and iii) sustainable management of both the natural environment and public finances. The WBG will use the SCD as an input towards the preparation of its Country partnership framework (CPF) for Timor-Leste, which will aim to bring to bear the full resources of the WBG to support key development objectives in Timor-Leste.

Details

  • Document Date

    2018/03/21

  • Document Type

    Systematic Country Diagnostic

  • Report Number

    123983

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Timor-Leste,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/06/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Timor Leste - Systematic Country Diagnostic : Pathways for a New Economy and Sustainable Livelihoods

  • Keywords

    working age population; disaster and climate risk management; private sector job creation; Oil and Gas; Oil & Gas; effect of climate change; Policy and Institutional Framework; oil and gas reserve; water and sanitation system; gdp growth rate; impact of climate change; Primary and Secondary Education; access to employment opportunity; labor force participation rate; access to basic service; Senior Financial Management Specialist; high-quality public service; management of service delivery; program leader; senior operations; dependency ratio; rapid population growth; children per woman; natural population growth; extreme poverty; consumer price index; economic growth rate; public resource management; total fertility rate; senior education specialist; Access to Education; labor market indicator; national poverty line; high fertility rate; improving service delivery; export of goods; migrant worker program; domestic revenue mobilization; Managing Public Finance; Economy and Finance; private sector assessment; prices for goods; national development objective; electricity and communication; labor market dynamic; loss of biodiversity; ratio of women; development of capacity; annual mean temperature; impact of disaster; public sector contracts; extreme weather event; source income; Public Financial Management; Offshore Oil Production; natural resource endowment; cash transfer program; petroleum resource development; destruction of forest; exchange rate index; degradation of land; share of employment; public sector spending; conflict and violence; international poverty line; public service delivery; improved service delivery; net enrollment rate; labor market trend; import of goods; source of income; private sector solution; violence against woman; social assistance program; Poverty & Inequality; public sector finance; targeted social assistance; Planning and Financial; foreign private investment; secondary education enrollment; creating job opportunity; social assistance spending; Private Sector Growth; engine of growth; employment rate; Public Services; Natural Resources; petroleum revenue; Public Spending; demographic dividend; agricultural activity; small island; natural environment; human capital; real gdp; fiscal resource; total employment; economic sector; subsistence agriculture; rural area; Public Infrastructure; civil crisis; formal employment; age band; absolute poverty; domestic population; development partner; productive activity; civil society; sustainable management; living standard; government spending; sustainable livelihood; sustainable way; agricultural work; social landscape; legal foundation; global standard; international market; economic prosperity; institutional regime; market seller; volcanic activity; unemployed youth; fiscal stance; national interest; increase productivity; Economic Policy; social resource; social impact; domestic export; climate hazard; flash flood; sea-level rise; storm surge; heavy rainfall; financial reserve; regulatory regime; private company; fiscal deficit; market development; private consumption; government investment; enabling environment; migration pathway; discouraged worker; net migration; internal migration; coping capacity; working-age population; education participation; agriculture sector; largest groups; advanced economy; investment planning; annual rainfall; formal sector; Health Workers; sea level; agricultural commodity; watershed degradation; soil erosion; drought conditions; natural disaster; brand value; government revenue; national account; oil revenue; budget financing; exceptional circumstance; small payment; investment earnings; natural hazard; Public Goods; severe weather; present evidence; fish stock; protection program; sustainable resource; Criminal justice; commercial dispute; justice sector; institutional weakness; target social; Health Service; household size; summary statistic; land use; Safeguard Policies; safeguard policy; resident representative

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Timor Leste - Systematic Country Diagnostic : Pathways for a New Economy and Sustainable Livelihoods (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/524131528837983427/Timor-Leste-Systematic-Country-Diagnostic-Pathways-for-a-New-Economy-and-Sustainable-Livelihoods