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Jamaica - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy FY14-17 (English)

This performance and learning review (PLR) provides an assessment of progress toward achieving the objectives of the Jamaica country partnership strategy (CPS), FY14-17. The CPS provides strategic support under three pillars: (a) public sector modernization; (b) enabling environment for private sector-led growth; and (c) social and climate resilience. The CPS is consistent with the World Bank Group’s (WBG) twin goals of reducing poverty and enhancing shared prosperity. The PLR takes stock of the program implementation, recommends adjustments to reflect changes in the country context, and provides lessons learned. The CPS remains aligned with Jamaica’s long-term development plan, vision 2030 Jamaica, which calls for sustainable growth, prosperity, and social cohesion, and which enjoys bipartisan and broad social support. It is also aligned with the new government’s stronger focus on private sector-led growth and public sector modernization. The CPS extension will keep the existing structure of three strategic pillars, though with consolidated objectives and results indicators. The extension period will provide further time for implementation of key interventions of the WBG program.

Details

  • Document Date

    2017/05/25

  • Report Number

    112663

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Jamaica,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2017/06/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2017-06-23T00:00:00Z

  • Doc Name

    Jamaica - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy FY14-17

  • Keywords

    small and medium size enterprise;technical assistance and advisory service;information and communication technology;public social protection;multilateral investment guarantee agency;fiscal consolidation;access to finance;public sector modernization;improving access to finance;public sector investment program;external current account balance;regular solid waste collection;access to basic service;financing need;female labor force participation;deposit taking institution;Program of Fiscal Adjustment;macroeconomic stability and growth;country portfolio performance review;Private Sector Growth;climate resilience;business environment;Project Preparation Advance;Early Childhood Development;renewable energy source;public sector performance;private sector stakeholder;public pension system;economic reform program;public sector reform;Public Financial Management;capacity for implementation;Development Policy Financing;partial credit guarantee;public-private partnership;development partner;enabling environment;current account deficit;special economic zone;national development objective;social security contribution;fiscal stabilization program;public sector institution;risk management framework;food safety compliance;safety net system;performance based budgeting;energy sector policy;public sector efficiency;social protection program;public investment spending;renewable energy generation;electricity generation sector;access to fund;financial sector reform;debt management capacity;number of beneficiaries;social assistance program;public sector transformation;achievement of outcome;Public Sector Rationalization;landslide risk reduction;national procurement system;government procurement procedure;public administration institutions;import of goods;private sector ownership;international financial institution;debt sustainability analysis;high crime rate;reduced interest payment;disaster risk assessment;disaster preparedness plan;export of goods;financial sector stability;international development partner;law and regulation;fiscal responsibility framework;public investment management;social and environmental;Social Safety Nets;domestic bond market;government's reform program;budget preparation process;Poverty & Inequality;education sector reform;global economic crisis;share of woman;severe weather events;implementation of reform;certification of teacher;economic growth prospects;disaster risk management;minimum quality standard;early warning system;contingent liability;contingent liabilities;vulnerable communities;fiscal balance;active portfolio;public finance;public support;fiscal prudence;Advisory services;foreign debt;fiscal risk;market confidence;civil society;institutional framework;fiscal rule;results framework;public debt;government capacity;fiscal surplus;international reserve;financial service;social support;fiscal discipline;large debt;poverty datum;political development;Economic Management;Tax Reform;strategic investment;indirect taxation;gender issue;rural transportation infrastructure;infrastructure work;public expenditure;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;result indicator;macroeconomic risk;government effort;fiscal management;reform effort;public entity;external shock;investment climate;tax payment;political parties;liability management;political party;agriculture sector;government's capacity;primary surplus;government priority;business condition;procurement process;building code;stakeholder analysis;public resource;governance risk;general political;risk category;international market;program duration;fiscal efficiency;real time;performance of employees;international debt;outcome indicator;fiscal stance;coastal protection;statistical institute;economic valuation;inflation rate;preparatory work;advance procurement;strategic framework;refinancing risk;fiscal capacities;stakeholder involvement;global knowledge;woman entrepreneur;business indicator;enhanced transparency;active engagement;political commitment;adult equivalent

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Jamaica - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy FY14-17 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/655091503334217656/Jamaica-Performance-and-learning-review-of-the-country-partnership-strategy-FY14-17