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Georgia - Country partnership strategy for FY2014-FY2017 (Inglês)

The objectives of this Country Partnership Strategy (CPS FY2014-FY2017) are to help end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity in Georgia in a sustainable manner. The design of the CPS is based on available analytical work, on the drivers of growth and inclusion, and identifies two areas of focus that will support achievement of the objectives: i) strengthening public service delivery to promote inclusive growth; ii) enabling private sector-led job creation through improved competitiveness. The CPS program is geared to empower Georgia to take advantage of the opportunities available for growth, employment and inclusion. The strategy maximizes the financial and knowledge resources of the WBG for Georgia. Mitigating measures to contain the risks to the program are outlined in the report. The risk to delivery of the ambitious program from the domestic political context is mitigated by ensuring close alignment with the Government's socio-economic development strategy and anchoring the program in evidence based decision making.


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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Georgia - Country partnership strategy for FY2014-FY2017

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