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Somalia - Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY19 - FY22 (English)

This Country partnership framework (CPF) (FY19-FY22) will help Somalia consolidate its transition by investing in services and economic opportunities while continuing to address the structural drivers of fragility. Based on the Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) and wide-ranging consultations, the Bank Group will support priorities in two Focus Areas: (i) building institutions to deliver services, and (ii) restoring economic resilience and opportunities. Building on good country performance, the World Bank Group (WBG’s) engagement will expand under this CPF, with new exceptional financing from IDA’s pre- arrears clearance grants. In Focus Area 1, the WBG will strengthen ongoing governance programs with a new focus on fiscal space and improving access to and quality of key social services and resilience. Under Focus Area 2 the WBG aims to increase economic resilience as a basis for long-run poverty reduction and inclusive growth.

Details

  • Document Date

    2018/08/29

  • Document Type

    Country Assistance Strategy Document

  • Report Number

    124734

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Somalia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/09/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2018-09-25T00:00:00Z

  • Doc Name

    Somalia - Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY19 - FY22

  • Keywords

    drought; multilateral investment guarantee agency; investment need; small and medium size enterprise; remittance; rural area; small and medium enterprise; maternal mortality ratio; Rule of Law; multilateral debt relief initiative; multilateral development bank; infant mortality rate; fragility conflict and violence; trade and regional integration; united nations population fund; Democratic Republic of Congo; Completion and Learning Review; saving and loan association; situation analysis; maternal education; mobile money; improved water source; federal republic; live birth; purchasing power parity; agriculture and livestock; source income; incidence of poverty; international poverty line; Internally Displaced Person; national development plan; source of income; somali shilling; business environment; public finance; traditional livelihood; Access to Education; sanitation and hygiene; land and water; lack of accountability; female health workers; high fertility rate; barriers in access; assignment of function; conflict affected states; private sector provider; grievance redress mechanism; command and control; country portfolio performance; Private Sector Window; international financial institution; management of fishery; transboundary water management; average annual precipitation; financing of terrorism; secure financial service; private security company; extreme rainfall events; water irrigation; water for irrigation; civil society consultation; investment in security; formal court system; case fatality rate; amount of water; movement of refugees; Investment securities; flood control infrastructure; red sea region; harmful traditional practices; independent monetary policy; total external debt; abundant natural resource; disbursement linked indicators; species of fish; livestock production system; secure property right; trade and services; mutual accountabilitys framework; access to land; crop and livestock; crime and violence; cost of electricity; female genital mutilation; point of entry; proof of identity; speed of transaction; social protection program; intimate partner violence; barrier to entry; per capita consumption; access to water; Water and Land; per capita income; infrastructure and services; money transfer service; external technical assistance; nominal exchange rate; high poverty rate; natural resource base; local food security; lack of resource; regional economic integration; high literacy rate; national communications authority; subscriber identification module; information and communication; investment climate reform; vulnerability to shock; Natural Resources; soil erosion; Learning and Innovation Credit; rapid urbanization; human traffic; export earning; export earnings; real gdp; gender assessment; humanitarian assistance; fiscal space; construction permit; bilateral creditor; vulnerable population; shallow aquifers; poverty incidence; important component; urban household; increased access; inland revenue; public resource; gender disparity; Health Service; domestic revenue; rural population; National Institutions; pastoral system; environmental degradation; traditional clan; Political Economy; Civil War; financial resource; money supply; flood plain; nomadic pastoralist; youth unemployment; unplanned urbanization; rural livelihood; urban population; trade tax; Fiscal Federalism; political settlement; climatic shocks; political cycle; non-governmental organization; political crisis; unsustainable exploitation; regional context

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Somalia - Country Partnership Framework for the Period FY19 - FY22 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/941361537906125793/Somalia-Country-Partnership-Framework-for-the-Period-FY19-FY22