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Seychelles - Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth Development Policy Loan Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth Development Policy Loan Project for Seychelles were as follows: outcomes were moderately unsatisfactory, risk to development outcome was moderate, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and Borrower performance was moderately satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: sectoral development policy operations can be quickly mobilized to achieve results in the context of strong reform momentum. The limited capacity of government in small countries such as Seychelles heightens the need for selectivity and realism regarding feasible objectives. Close coordination and engagement using the range of Bank instruments, and with other development partners, is crucial. Information and communication technology (ICT) project implementation in small countries like Seychelles can be very challenging. Politically-driven policy reversals can affect the results of even standalone operations to provide continuing support to a well-established, credible reform program.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2017/12/18

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    ICR4093

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Seicheles,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2017/12/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Seychelles - Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth Development Policy Loan Project

  • Palavras-chave

    result indicator;Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise;Collateral Registries;Gross National Income Per Capita;information and communication technology;economies of scale in production;universal access to primary education;social assistance;public expenditure;legal and regulatory framework;Economic Rate of Retum;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;indicator value;Regulation and Competition Policy;purchasing power parity;universal access to education;efficiency of public spending;per capita income level;effectiveness of service delivery;package of health service;access to primary care;sickness benefit;social assistance spending;number of teachers;investment holding company;credit information system;quality of education;reimbursable advisory services;quality of supervision;government's reform program;social assistance program;social security benefit;social welfare program;public investment management;social protection system;social assistance system;quality at entry;high income economy;public sector efficiency;regional economic integration;promotion service;teacher management;national budget process;progressive income tax;reducing fiscal risks;public sector reform;distance education center;national poverty line;impact on competition;international good practice;public expenditure growth;debt service costs;current account balance;demand for credit;health sector spending;point of access;formal sector worker;access to finance;lack of commitment;education for all;average income level;nominal exchange rate;value added tax;exclusive economic zone;Poverty &Inequality;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;high opportunity cost;cost of credit;high public debt;primary health care;small business owner;social protection program;public service expenditure;flat-rate income tax;inclusive economic growth;supply of credit;external economic shock;credit reporting service;credit reporting system;quality and efficiency;burden of disease;health budget;political competition;gender aspect;retirement benefit;business environment;stakeholder workshop;macroeconomic situation;small island;legislative election;fiscal balance;Fiscal Sustainability;Public Services;minimum wage;quantitative targets;Macroeconomic Management;universal pension;social spending;beneficiary survey;account receivable;primary surplus;educational outcome;operational performance;program review;business opportunity;Investment strategies;high school;Exchange Rates;new entrant;government effectiveness;institutional change;poverty impact;human capital;heavy reliance;regulatory quality;social affairs;drug addiction;inclusive growth;teacher quality;mission statement;business cost;seychelles rupee;supply side;portfolio objective;monitor performance;long-term sustainability;fishing ground;electoral cycle;allowance rate;benefit amount;invalidity benefit;seafood industry;fishery sector;performance benchmark;oversight function;teacher careers;aggregate demand;governance improvement;significant challenge;tropical island;healthcare spending;strategic approach;satisfactory rating;professional program;project selection;fiscal management;retained earnings;medium-term expenditure;real gdp;price inflation;approval process;consumer price;cost-benefit analysis;financial viability;appraisal method;goods export;tourism market;macroeconomic indicator;economic crisis;regulatory authority;emerging disease;movable collateral;central registry;capacity constraint;movable properties;high share;productive activity;production asset;policy formulation;secured transaction;data provider;gross income;financial leasing;island state;commercial company;daily average;domestic consumer;legal framework;sovereign debt;canned tuna;teacher turnover;health prevention;steep slope;tourist arrival;international transport;economic expansion;external shock;macroeconomic stabilization;reform actions;government's commitment;fiscal performance;loan decision;monetary policy;investment spending;lending rate;fiscal side;reserve money;deposit rate

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