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Annual Progress Report on the Reimbursable Advisory Services Program in Romania : January 1 - December 31, 2017 (Inglês)

Through Bank Reimbursable Advisory Services (RAS), the government of Romania accesses international experience and global best practice in pursuit of strengthening government capacity in policy and strategy formulation, analysis, diagnosis, sector and project/program planning, design, and implementation. By signing the MoU in January 2016, the government of Romania acknowledged the value of the Bank’s knowledge and advice as an important element of the effective implementation of its priorities, strategies, and projects financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) during the 2014-2020 programing period. As part of the reporting activities agreed with the government under the MoU, the Bank prepares an annual progress report on the RAS program. This is the second progress report on the RAS program paid for by the government during the 2014-2020 EU programming period. The report covers the period from January 1 to December 31, 2017. The report summarizes and discusses the results of the 2017 RAS program, considers its challenges and lessons, and looks at the way forward for this program. This progress report is intended for RAS government beneficiaries and managing authorities.


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    Relatório Anual

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    January 1 - December 31, 2017

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    Systems Approach for Better Education Results; national energy regulatory agency; investments in infrastructure; reimbursable advisory services; international financial institution; efficiency of public spending; higher education system; monitoring and evaluation plan; efficient use of resource; vocational education and training; effect on student achievement; data collection and analysis; investments in education; institutional capacity building; children's right; quality and efficiency; Public Procurement System; impact assessment study; children at risk; dissemination of knowledge; lack of commitment; community of practice; child protection system; mobilization of funds; stock market participant; urban development planning; take stock; access to knowledge; average living standard; centers for child; Technical Assistance Fund; fruit and vegetable; global best practice; Value for Money; requests for clarification; use of derivative; capacity building process; quality control mechanism; policy and institution; use of resources; quality assurance system; sources of fund; lower secondary education; Standard Bidding Documents; marginalized communities; strategy formulation; closure plan; policy formulation; strategic management; teacher policy; Impact assessments; monitoring process; administrative capacity; alternative care; local development; raise awareness; functional reviews; direct beneficiaries; government institution; base budget; education strategy; school leaving; residential institution; average duration; local funds; investment operation; national strategy; civil society; parental care; education infrastructure



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