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Brazil - Country Partnership Strategy Progress Report (English)

This Country Partnership Strategy Progress Report (CPSPR) assesses the implementation of the World Bank’s FY12-15 Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for Brazil. The main objective of the World Bank Group (WBG) program during this period has been to make a catalytic contribution to Brazil’s efforts to eradicate poverty and to become a more prosperous and inclusive country. The WBG aims to achieve this goal by supporting activities that underpin four Strategic Objectives: (i) increasing the efficiency of public and private investments; (ii) improving the quality and expanding the provision of public services for low income households; (iii) promoting regional economic development; and (iv) improving sustainable natural resource management and climate resilience. The Progress Report finds that, while the rapid growth expected at the outset of the CPS period has been more elusive than expected, Brazil has achieved significant success in reducing poverty and promoting shared prosperity in an inclusive and sustainable manner, with the support of Bank programs. Brazil remains one of the World Bank Group’s most important partners, drawing on significant financial, knowledge and convening services of all the Bank Group entities; testing innovative new instruments and multi-sectoral approaches to solving development problems; and providing a broad range of lessons on development for the Global Community in areas ranging from poverty reduction to social inclusion and environmental management. This Report briefly takes stock of the implementation of the strategic framework embedded in the CPS, focusing on how the World Bank Group has implemented its program while adapting to new realities and evolving demands of the Government of Brazil (GoB).


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    Brazil - Country Partnership Strategy Progress Report

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    multilateral investment guarantee agency;French Agency for Development;Analytic and Advisory Activities;climate change and disaster risk;sustainable natural resource management;small and medium enterprise;Health Network Formation and Quality;protected area;information and communication technology;Institutional Development and Capacity;water supply and sanitation;monitoring and evaluation system;implications for poverty reduction;national account;conditional cash transfer program;domestic violence against woman;data on gender equality;public investment in infrastructure;quality of public service;portfolio performance;middle class;productivity growth;official poverty line;inclusion of women;public service provision;Poverty & Inequality;natural resource depletion;strategic objective;large metropolitan areas;issue of gender;per capita income;natural capital account;electricity distribution company;Access to Energy;renewable energy production;adolescent fertility rate;degree of inequality;commercial bank financing;level of private;sectors of society;child in school;tropical rain forest;preventive health care;ownership of asset;promoting gender equity;integrate water resource;improved service delivery;dimension of gender;health system reform;level of readiness;student learn outcome;global knowledge sharing;reproductive health service;transfer of knowledge;global knowledge exchange;Housing and Land;Water Resource Management;social protection system;environmental development;increase in labor;Objectives and Outcomes;water management system;Regional Economic Development;regional economic disparity;weights and measure;incidence of poverty;environmentally sustainable growth;private consumption growth;peer reviewer comments;public service delivery;production and export;unit labor costs;adverse external shocks;reduction in poverty;access to water;living in poverty;sovereign credit rating;combination of factor;public sector debt;taxes and labour;fiscal policy target;capital flow reversal;current account deficit;access to finance;provision of guarantee;segments of society;crime and violence;Public Services;



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Brazil - Country Partnership Strategy Progress Report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.