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Jordan - Country partnership framework for the period FY17-22 (Inglês)

The Government of Jordan, the WBG, and the international community are working towards aparadigm shift in their collective response to the refugee crisis - a holistic approach which stresses the continuum between the humanitarian response and the country’s development agenda. In parallel, Jordan’s implicit social contract by which the state provided citizens with jobs andheavily subsidized public services is evolving.In its strategic engagement, the WBG will adopt a two-pronged approach aimed at simultaneously addressing Jordan’s immediate needs in view of the fluid and worsening regional situation while keeping amedium and long-term development commitment built on reforming the economy to create the right environment for inclusive, job-creating growth. The first pillar of the Country Partnership Framework (CPF) aims to foster the conditions for stronger private-sector-led growthand better employment opportunities for all. The second pillar of the CPF aims to improve the quality and equity of service delivery, includingthrough private sector solutions.This CPF spans a period ocountry level. The CPF aligns with the Government’s vision Jordan 2025, the Executive Development Plan 2016-2018 (EDP), and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Government’s overall vision forthe next 10 years is to place Jordan on a more sustainable growth path with stronger job creation, better service delivery, a more conducive investment climate, and a larger involvement of citizens in the decision making process. The CPF is aligned with this overall vision and the Government’s EDP. Thef six years. The CPF will implement the new Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Strategy at the recently adopted SDGs will also help guide the WBG’s engagement in Jordan, as the Government seeks to mainstream the SDGs into its existing plans towards an integrated planning framework for Jordan.

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Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2016/06/15

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento sobre Estratégias de Assistência ao País

  • No. do relatório

    102746

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Jordânia,

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/06/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Jordan - Country partnership framework for the period FY17-22

  • Palavras-chave

    multilateral investment guarantee agency;labor force participation rate of woman;Completion and Learning Review;Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise;equity of service delivery;access to basic service;broad range of stakeholders;economic and sector work;Foundation for Sustainable Development;monitoring and evaluation arrangement;natural gas as fuel;multilateral development bank;Job Creation;social contract;current account deficit;rules of origin;private sector financing;social assistance program;increase in population;low unemployment rate;fiscal consolidation effort;engine of growth;special economic zone;infrastructure and services;lack of transparency;number of refugees;expansion of rights;high public debt;liquefied petroleum gas;information and communication;global capital market;Energy Sector Reform;liquefied natural gas;access to finance;removal of subsidy;price of oil;impact on tourism;private sector solution;trade and investment;financing capital expenditure;world oil price;cash transfer scheme;elimination of subsidy;loss of crop;female unemployment rate;private sector job;cash compensation program;social protection system;Local Economic Development;water scarce country;average unemployment rate;cost of subsidy;real growth rate;theory of change;service delivery system;climate smart agriculture;access to justice;climate change impact;social security tax;global economic development;Poverty & Inequality;capacity for implementation;education and health;gender and youth;Solid Waste Management;small enterprise sector;high value uses;scarce water resource;rapid population growth;high productivity jobs;Water and Energy;youth unemployment rate;drag on growth;influx of refugees;export of goods;labor market reform;real estate market;global financial crisis;natural gas deposit;tight fiscal policy;expansionary monetary policy;economic growth performance;international oil price;private disposable income;refugee crisis;refugee influx;Host Communities;employment opportunity;investment climate;international community;employment opportunities;social inclusion;Business Climate;fiscal deficit;concessional financing;construction sector;results framework;social fabric;electricity tariff;energy diversification;job market;downside risk;Public Services;tariff adjustment;exogenous shock;economic competitiveness;institutional factor;financing need;output gap;macroeconomic framework;business environment;quality service;supply side;reservation wage;energy mix;regional conflict;public-private partnership;lagging region;petroleum product;living condition;fuel price;Travel Receipts;

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