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Multi-Partner Fund Project Briefs : January – June 2020 (English)

The Multi-Partner Fund (MPF) for Somalia has been the primary source of financing for the World Bank Group's early reengagement in Somalia after more than two decades of disengagement. The MPF Project Briefs is an overview of MPF projects. This portfolio aligns with Country Partnership Framework Focus Area 1: Strengthening Institutions to Deliver Services.

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  • Document Date

    2021/08/20

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    163197

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Somalia,

  • Region

    Africa East,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/08/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Multi-Partner Fund Project Briefs : January – June 2020

  • Keywords

    Poverty and Equity; small and medium size enterprise; interim poverty reduction strategy; equity in resource allocation; package of health service; heavily indebted poor country; data collection and analysis; national tax system; civil service salary; expressions of interest; internal audit function; tax administration system; health financing strategy; health finance; Public Financial Management; delivery and installation; cash management; tax administration organization; household budget survey; code of conduct; Health Service Delivery; total public expenditure; community health worker; learning by doing; political economy constraint; audit technical; essential health services; division of labor; private sector actors; civil service remuneration; taxpayer identification number; Political Economy Analysis; implementation of reform; domestic revenue mobilization; government contract management; private sector contract; health service utilization; investment and development; access to job; reproductive health interventions; Social Safety Nets; availability of fund; collection of tax; poverty reduction activity; changing government priorities; efficient tax policy; internal control system; Internally Displaced Person; grievance redress mechanism; geographic coverage; inland revenue; hard copy; payroll audit; development partner; Fiscal Sustainability; improved health; budget execution; documentary evidence; taxpayer service; cash basis; need assessment; direct beneficiaries; indirect beneficiary; procurement process; management capacity; administrative regulation; pharmaceutical sector; essential medicines; business process; pension reform; pension policy; draft bill; pension scheme; audit recommendation; management capability; Urban Resilience; staff capacity; governance arrangement; oversight arrangement; national statistical; skill transfer; economic institution; government function; central agencies; risk pool; legal expert; automation systems; contract negotiation; consultation process; tax law; government spending; quality audit; treasury component; fiscal discipline; data center; disaster recovery; public fund; enhancing transparency; auditing system; procedure manual; basic training; induction training; financing mechanism; subsequent phase; necessary support; evaluation committee; required measure; productive employment; Birth Spacing; financial reporting; staff salary; confirmation process; payroll management; operational oversight; legal staff; control weakness; ghost worker; financial statement; examination fee; draft regulation; government institution; government plan; transfer system; nutrition outcome; tax payer; mobile money; collect revenue; tax payment; procurement committee; Online Banking; contract oversight; tax audit; government leadership; independence requirement; refresher course; review period; intergovernmental fiscal; job specification; revenue assignment; electronic media; integrity system; tax gap; telecom service; performance analysis; skill development; government entity; audit process; taxpayer education; voluntary compliance; tax forum; effective strategy; grievance redressal; participating university; learning material; good information; investment case; english version; results framework; limited information; supply chain; payroll control; domestic policies; federal level; several options; performance management; establishment control; sanction policy; governance program; large portfolio; somali language; salary levels; change management; target health; Donor Contribution; financial protection; corruption allegation; grade structure; finance staff; fiscal space; Salary Scales; health situation; primary data; government's capacity; work force; female health; stakeholder engagement; capacities in support; government authority; Urban Infrastructure; household consumption; data gaps; organizational reform; modern contraception; macroeconomic data; development policy; policy formulation

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Multi-Partner Fund Project Briefs : January – June 2020 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/828011629479929980/Somalia-Multi-Partner-Fund-Project-Briefs-January-June-2020