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Burundi - Completion and Learning Review : IEG Review (Inglês)

This review of the World Bank Group’s (WBG) Completion and Learning Review (CLR) covers the period of the Country Assistance Strategy (CAS), FY13-16, and updated in the Performance and Learning Review (PLR) dated February 25, 2015. The World Bank Group’s (WBG) CAS had three pillars (or focus areas): (i) improving competitiveness, (ii) improving resilience by consolidating social stability, and (iii) strengthening governance. The CAS was broadly aligned with the Government’s Second National Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRSP II), 2012-2015, which seeks to improve governance, growth and job creation, social services, and environmental/spatial management. Specifically, the CAS focus areas and objectives supported PRSP II objectives on quality of economic infrastructure, promotion of the private sector and job creation, strengthening the social safety net, capacity building and improved performance in the healthcare system, and fiscal management. Despite Bank efforts to adapt to changing conditions, implementation deteriorated sharply following the 2015 political crisis. The deterioration also reflected Bank performance issues. According to the CLR, there was insufficient attention to portfolio management, which contributed to deteriorating portfolio performance, although the Bank cancelled a number of planned operations after the 2015 political crisis unfolded. The CLR highlighted three lessons. First, political economy analysis can produce useful insights and inputs into operational work, and the sustainability of reforms under budget support. Second, less complex design, more realistic objectives, stakeholder consensus, and a long-term approach to implementation could result in better outcomes. Third, continued Bank engagement during a political crisis could enhance government trust in the Bank and the Bank’s capacity to conduct dialogue on critical development issues.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2019/06/26

  • TIpo de documento

    Revisão do Relatório de Conclusão da CAS

  • No. do relatório

    139309

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Burundi,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/07/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2019-07-11T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    Burundi - Completion and Learning Review : IEG Review

  • Palavras-chave

    Finance & Private Sector Development; political crisis; portfolio of investment; quality of health services; private investment; investment and advisory services; community and social development; gender based violence; Business Climate; social protection system; division of labor; risk of conflict; fragile and conflict; skilled personnel; access to internet; contraceptive prevalence rate; high value payments; international good practice; labor intensive work; theory of change; public works program; external third party; Objectives and Outcomes; economies of scale; Political Economy Analysis; East African Community; settlement of transaction; per capita health; development partner funding; children under age; shared prosperity goal; conflict and violence; public sector accounting; power purchase agreement; number of beneficiaries; public health laboratory; adaptable program loan; credit reporting system; short-term trade finance; political risk guarantee; Inspection panel cases; health financing study; political economy risk; social protection policy; social protection strategy; social development practice; duplication of efforts; results framework; budget information; regional operation; social stability; review period; retail price; investment climate; outcome indicator; result indicator; mitigation measure; stated objective; Political Violence; Public Spending; Job Creation; finance portfolio; economic reform; public expenditure; government capacity; corridor development; Energy Sector; market access; agricultural sector; affected country; portfolio performance; plan of Operations; budget support; promote citizen; active portfolio; Population Growth; disbursement ratio; civil society

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