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Moldova - Country assistance strategy (Inglês)

This Country Assistance strategy (CAS) establishes the lending and non-lending support to Moldova for the period FY05-FY08. It has been prepared in consultation with the Government of Moldova, representatives of civil society, the private sector, and development partners active in Moldova. The country's transition to a market economy has been difficult, with high vulnerability to external shocks, a volatile internal political environment, and mixed reform implementation, with a growth performance that remains largely consumption-led, driven mainly by remittances from abroad. This CAS is set against the backdrop of a difficult policy environment; as a result, it takes a cautious approach. It will mainly support interventions at the local/community levels in rural areas, and small cities - the two areas with the highest concentration of poverty - employing a Community Driven Development (CDD) approach. These interventions will focus directly on helping Moldova achieve its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and will consist of selected interventions to improve the quality of, and access to social services, education, health, social protection, and community infrastructure. It will also support the Government's effort to implement reforms to eliminate the bottlenecks to growth - improvements in the business environment and public sector governance. The CAS recognizes areas where the perception gap has been the widest, and past efforts at reforms have been less successful. Active dialogue with the Bank, and development partners is ongoing, and successful policy actions will allow the Government to demonstrate its commitment to reform. Success also would lead to greater donor support. Over this period, planned new lending will be under the base case, while progress in implementing the benchmarks as outlined, including a solid track record in achieving improvements in the business environment and public sector governance, sustained over a period of 12 to 18 months, would trigger a high-case lending scenario. Under the High Case, the International Development Association (IDA) will be in a position to resume support of structural reforms, possibly through development policy lending, and complementary investment credits. The Bank's non-lending program would provide the analytical underpinnings for lending, and would include studies to improve pro-poor targeting of IDA resources.

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  • Data do documento

    2004/11/12

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento sobre Estratégias de Assistência ao País

  • No. do relatório

    28556

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Moldávia,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Moldova - Country assistance strategy

  • Palavras-chave

    Combating the Financing of Terrorism;trade and transportation;debt to export of good;Public and Publicly Guaranteed;business environment;access to safe water;Land and Water Resources;Housing and Communal Services;traditional debt relief mechanism;monitoring and evaluation arrangement;excise tax on import;limited access to finance;water and sanitation utility;external current account deficit;primary school net enrollment;public expenditure on education;millennium development goal;Institutional Development and Capacity;access to social capital;Public Sector Governance Issues;analytical and advisory;debt sustainability analysis;access to health care;Trade and Transport Facilitation;financing need;corporate income tax rate;public expenditure on health;Development Policy Lending;financial crisis;debt service payment;inflow of workers;public debt service;external debt service;health care service;social insurance program;civil society group;value added tax;base case;commercial creditor;Public Finance Management;social insurance system;individual account system;legal education system;access to justice;civil society involvement;civil society activity;total tax revenue;access to insurance;budget formulation process;local government reform;financial management capacity;net present value;information and communication;financial sector supervisor;public resource management;electricity distribution system;central government revenue;social assistance program;working age population;external debt obligation;cash generation capacity;weak civil service;return to investment;inflow of remittance;foreign direct investment;errors and omission;harmonization of legislation;access and connectivity;independent energy regulatory;civil service rules;exchange rate liberalization;unsafe sexual behaviour;inclusive economic growth;dependence on agriculture;increase in inequality;good investment climate;direct budget support;primary energy requirement;increase poverty;access to account;salary and pension;single source procurement;corruption in government;macro economic performance;social development indicator;health care utilization;poor financial situation;Exchange Rates;electricity distribution company;cross-border electricity trade;affordable energy supply;domestic public debt;civil society participation;long-term economic growth;upper income group;basic education enrollment;upper secondary enrollment;Poverty & Inequality;literacy and numeracy;social protection system;primary health care;Energy Sector;development partner;

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