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Bolivia - Performance and Learning Review of the Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY2016-2020 (Spanish)

This performance and learning review (PLR) summarizes progress in the implementation of and updates to the World Bank Group (WBG) country partnership framework (CPF) for the Plurinational State of Bolivia for the period FY2016-2020. The CPF, discussed by the Board of Executive Directors on December 8, 2015, presented a program of assistance, designed around two pillars, to: (i) promote broad-based and inclusive growth, and (ii) support environmental and fiscal sustainability, and resilience to climate change and economic shocks. The formulation of the CPF reflected the existing WBG program, the government’s development strategy, the findings of the systematic country diagnostic (SCD), and WBG comparative advantage. The CPF, with some changes, continues to provide an adequate umbrella for the collaboration between Bolivia and the WBG. This PLR introduces some adjustments in objectives and indicators. The main change, however, is the dropping of objective 5, strengthen institutional capacity to improve public resource management and the business environment, given reduced interest in tackling this issue and the introduction of a new objective improve the information base to provide quality data for public policy planning and evaluation. The other four objectives remain valid, but some indicators have been adjusted to reflect delays in implementation, changes in methodologies, and emerging government priorities for the outer years of the CPF.

Details

  • Document Date

    2018/05/31

  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number

    125068

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bolivia,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/10/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2018-06-27T00:00:00Z

  • Doc Name

    Bolivia - Performance and Learning Review of the Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY2016-2020

  • Keywords

    small and medium enterprise; access and renewable energy; multilateral investment guarantee agency; Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise; early childhood care and development; volume of trade; access to basic service; access to financial service; resilience to climate change; Household and Expenditure Survey; provision of counterpart funding; Integrated Financial Management System; impact of climate change; Oil and Gas Sector; effect of climate variability; effect of climate change; vulnerability to climate change; Annual Plan and Budget; vulnerability to natural disasters; private investment; Climate Risk; youth employment; public resource management; source of financing; reduction of poverty; Poverty & Inequality; inclusive growth; results framework; Access to Electricity; quality basic service; urban development strategy; private sector financing; agriculture and irrigation; national development plan; average labor income; readiness for implementation; capacity for implementation; medium-term expenditure framework; availability of resource; product market competition; engine of growth; portfolio performance indicator; interest rate ceiling; open market operation; investment in exploration; gas production level; impact of flood; operation of infrastructure; real estate market; national poverty rate; finance for investment; foreign asset position; political risk insurance; public investment program; national statistical; access to finance; improved agricultural technologies; climate change risk; international roughness index; country economic performance; disparities in access; investment in road; gap in access; water treatment plant; source of funding; exchange of information; solid waste sector; poor rural community; basic rural infrastructure; national road network; medium-term macroeconomic framework; quality of education; long term finance; lack of demand; impact of disaster; economic growth rate; laws and regulation; implementation of regulation; government's development strategy; market access; trade finance; business environment; public policy; expansionary policy; comparative advantage; government priority; absorptive capacity; bottom quartile

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Bolivia - Performance and Learning Review of the Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY2016-2020 (Spanish). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/664951539148250364/Bolivia-Performance-and-Learning-Review-of-the-Country-Partnership-Framework-for-the-Period-FY2016-2020