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Dominican Republic - Third Performance and Accountability of Social Sectors Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2015/09/15

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR14805

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Dominican Republic,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2015/10/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Dominican Republic - Third Performance and Accountability of Social Sectors Project

  • Keywords

    quality of public expenditures;political economy of reform;Primary and Secondary Education;social protection system;education for all;share of children;general education sector;conditional cash transfer;accountability to users;quality of supervision;nutrition and education;extremely poor household;improvements in management;improvements in efficiency;package of policy;framework for performance;quality at entry;subsidized health insurance;early childhood program;Public Sector Governance;primary school enrollment;macroeconomic and fiscal;indicators of access;secondary education program;education and health;human capital development;household survey data;global financial crisis;social and institutional;social assistance program;improvements in access;compulsory basic education;short of target;social assistance spending;supply side policy;Public Financial Management;social assistance system;number of beneficiaries;performance agreement;social program;results framework;project costing;supply gap;budget allocation;Budget Management;reporting system;borrower performance;budget execution;Public Spending;program outcome;social reform;core service;monitoring indicator;priority program;Public Services;benefit administration;development partner;child labor;program objectives;national budget;program results;Health Service;social policies;social policy;budget program;Government Performance;disbursement ratio;benefit payment;Education Services;annual budget;social spending;fiscal performance;macroeconomic framework;social cohesion;budget support;budget procedure;national reform;Programmatic Approach;program development;creating incentives;policy package;poverty impact;baseline data;bank investment;electricity sector;financing requirement;bank instrument;investment lending;decentralized system;needy citizens;survey instrument;monitoring tool;economic crisis;causal chain;government ownership;social auditing;program budget;fiscal framework;public demand;internal management;strategic objective;ida support;community level;donor coordination;holistic manner;accountability mechanism;political leadership;political mandate;interest group;special committee;result indicator;institutional framework;reform sustainability;fiscal deficit;external environment;macroeconomic performance;Energy Sector;tax collection;performance criteria;Macroeconomic Policy;consumer protection;Payments for Services;benefit target;monitoring mechanism;government data;government financing;vaccination rate;program structure;enrolment target;attendance rate;educational level;nutrition program;micronutrient supplements;database information;national health;health target;health check;pregnant woman;transfer amount;good governance;expenditure quality;social transfer;equitable access;outcome targets;social domain;improved public;project datum;primary health;performance management;management process;performance orientation;sectoral reform;program content;registration system;efficiency improvement;budget transfer;targeting mechanism;management responsibility;Rural Poor;transfer program;targeting performance;extreme poverty;previous crisis;program beneficiary;social participation;budget transparency;local ngo;budget datum;insufficient information;nutrition service;social worker;energy subsidies;Fiscal policies;community committee;local committees;expansion plan;fiscal policy;data coverage;qualifying criteria;payment system;safeguard policy;political support;reform implementation;government spending;reform design;aggregate outcome;management efficiency;quality rating;government's commitment;Safeguard Policies;funding gap;management tool;infant care;logical framework;budget revision;payment mechanism;enhancing transparency;

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Dominican Republic - Third Performance and Accountability of Social Sectors Project (English). S125806 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/907541467987836619/Dominican-Republic-Third-Performance-and-Accountability-of-Social-Sectors-Project