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IDA's Thirteenth Replenishment: a retrospective review (Inglês)

The interim results measurement framework of IDA13 tracked preparation of core economic and sector analysis and monitored six country level outcome indicators (related to health, education and a country's business climate) linked to the Millennium Development Goals. The replenishment framework set specific targets in these areas to be met by Spring 2004 - all of which were met or exceeded according to reviews by Management and an independent review team. The latest data indicates that progress has continued. At the same time, development of the interim IDA13 results framework brought out major challenges and the complexity inherent in the effort to link IDA support to measurable outcomes in client countries (e.g., difficulties in attribution, the availability and quality of data in low-income countries and time lags involved in development processes). Statistical capacity in IDA countries remains quite weak, and there is a long way to go before the data required to measure and track development results is consistently available. Though some progress was made in building statistical capacity in IDA countries during IDA13, it has generally been slow, with limited improvement in data collection in all IDA countries, and in African countries in particular.


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    IDA's Thirteenth Replenishment: a retrospective review

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