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Kiribati - First and Second Economic Reform Operations Projects (Inglês)

Ratings for First and Second Economic Reform Operations Projects for Kiribati were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, risk to global environment outcome was substantial, Bank performance was satisfactory, and Borrower performance was highly satisfactory. Some of the lessons learned included: (i) budget support to small states with thin capacity can be a key element of development assistance, providing benefits far beyond the financial resources transferred; (ii) project-level engagements can assist in identifying key priorities to be supported through policy-based operations, and vice versa; (iii) it is important that task teams consider results indicators at the same time as they are working with counterparts on policy actions when preparing Development Policy Operations (DPOs); (iv) the flexibility built into the Bank’s approach to programmatic series of DPOs is vital in fragile states and very thin capacity environments; and (v) the final lesson learned from this programmatic series is that tackling more contentious policy areas particularly in fragile states involves taking greater risks, and that the Bank needs to support this.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2016/06/29

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    ICR3766

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Kiribati,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Kiribati - First and Second Economic Reform Operations Projects

  • Palavras-chave

    Public Expenditure, Financial Management and Procurement;result indicator;bank's country assistance;Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting;finance and economic;management of fishery;general public administration sector;Regulation and Competition Policy;exploitation of fishery resources;management of fishery resource;Cost of Doing Business;ip disbursements archived;public asset;joint venture arrangement;introduction of competition;public expenditure analysis;quality at entry;quality of supervision;Fisheries;telecommunications sector;reform process;source of revenue;community service obligation;assessment of outcome;copra price;pool of fund;fiscal management perspective;flow of resource;per capita term;unit of production;assessment of risk;economic growth prospects;education and health;migration of fish;impact of volatility;standard of living;money market account;introduction of legislation;passive investment strategy;implementation of reform;mobile phone service;effective technical assistance;national telecommunication;outcome indicator;fishing license;subsidy scheme;fiscal deficit;national fishery;reform plan;Fiscal Sustainability;fee revenue;bank finance;government subsidy;legislative framework;legislative provision;telecommunication service;Debt Policy;vested interests;program documents;business environment;portfolio performance;debt balance;administrative cost;relevant market;macroeconomic indicator;government investment;telecommunications service;budget support;price effect;primary author;Macroeconomic Management;Public Services;access price;financial problem;weak enforcement;investment objective;financial statement;budget allocation;budget formulation;asset transfer;fiscal discipline;limited capacity;market condition;reform effort;administrative burden;fiscal problem;budget appropriation;donor policies;mitigation measure;mobile network;tuna fishery;iterative approach;economic geography;transition period;catch limits;government system;quality improvement;reduced expenditure;investment mandate;fiscal cost;by election;development partner;fishery management;capacity constraint;production cost;public borrowing;debt reform;fish access;introducing competition;annual budget;performance performance;annex annex;Economic Policy;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;benchmark management;fishery license;sustainable management;fishery policy;support policy;telephone call;fishery sector;external shock;improved public;increased competition;Investment strategies;asset allocation;government's commitment;government expenditure;formal sector;Outer Islands;administrative efficiency;interest charge;government revenue;corporate tax;financial oversight;production level;government share;transitional period;fiscal risk;bank staff;real expenditure;tax revenue;fiscal situation;producer subsidy;fiscal policy;Fiscal policies;economic rent;natural disaster;fuel price;global food;benchmark portfolio;

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