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Uzbekistan - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20 (English)

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) covers the five-year period FY16-20. Anchored in the government’s medium-term development plan as outlined in a January 2015 Cabinet of Ministers Program of Action, it also reflects the analysis and recommendations of the World Bank Group’s (WBG) 2015 Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) for Uzbekistan and the lessons learned from the Completion Report of the previous CPS. The CPF’s objectives and program, which focus on developing the conditions for faster job creation, are consistent with the WBG’s twin goals of eliminating extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. The Uzbekistan Systemic Country Diagnostic (SCD) identified ten priority areas that would need to be addressed to eliminate poverty, boost shared prosperity, and enable Uzbekistan to reach upper middle-income status. The government’s strategic objectives are for Uzbekistan to achieve upper middleincome status by 2030, implying income growth averaging 6 percent annually, and in particular to create 500,000 jobs annually. Building country systems for statistical, fiduciary, safeguard, and statistical capacity underlie the foundation of this CPF. The CPF program will remain flexible as circumstances change and new opportunities may arise.

Details

  • Document Date

    2016/05/19

  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number

    105771

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Uzbekistan,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/09/03

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Uzbekistan - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20

  • Keywords

    Job Creation;Life in Transition Survey;collaboration with other international organizations;Completion and Learning Review;access to finance;Private Sector Growth;corporate governance;forced labor;external environment;Agriculture;small and medium enterprise;regulatory environment for business;private investment;sustainable natural resource management;quality of water supply;cost of transport service;information and communication technology;international civil society organizations;quality of water resource;Analytic and Advisory Activities;Environmental and Social Safeguard;management of water resource;public access to information;Adaptation to Climate Change;Management of Natural Resources;Land and Water Resources;public service delivery;rural area;commodity price;Rule of Law;per capita income;energy and water;number of jobs;quality health care;consumer price index;current account balance;household survey data;international standard;Financial Management System;transboundary water resource;consumer price inflation;colleges and university;decline in remittance;growth and development;information on business;capacity for implementation;social protection services;quality of education;delegation of authority;human resource base;corporate governance reform;Environment & Energy;international good practice;human resource development;opportunity for woman;male labor force;Public Financial Management;transparent privatization process;internal audit function;social and environmental;small private enterprises;crop and livestock;public sector entity;horticulture and livestock;joint stock company;investment climate reform;improvements in water;service delivery improvement;national household survey;current account surplus;public sector wage;personal income tax;government decision making;tax administration reform;water resource assessment;expansionary fiscal policy;global financial crisis;total external debt;gdp growth rate;division of labor;benefits of investment;Supply Chain Development;cotton ginning industry;source of employment;finance and markets;trade and competitiveness;Water Resource Management;analysis of poverty;household consumption;income earning opportunities;elasticity of poverty;labor force data;Dynamics of poverty;measure of poverty;water and sewerage;employment in agriculture;income growth;development partner;cotton sector;public accountability;official statistic;productive use;business environment;stakeholder consultation;financial service;data availability;strategic objective;cotton harvest;agricultural growth;

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Uzbekistan - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/537091467993490904/Uzbekistan-Country-partnership-framework-for-the-period-FY16-20