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The demand for IDA16 resources and the strategy for their effective use (Inglês)

The International Development Association (IDA)16 replenishment is taking place in a difficult and uncertain external environment and with only five years left until 2015, the target date for reaching the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Many donor governments are facing significant fiscal challenges which are resulting in adjustments in domestic and international programs, including in official development assistance (ODA). At the same time, IDA countries have recently been affected by multiple crises - ranging from the food crisis to the recent global economic downturn, that have adversely impacted their progress towards meeting the MDGs. Against this backdrop, IDA must scale up efforts toward the achievement of the MDGs, while helping to address additional challenges linked to crisis response and climate change. IDA's country-driven model and core strengths make it uniquely positioned to effectively support development efforts of recipient countries. IDA's platform role and un-earmarked resources ensure that its support is tailored to national development priorities and strengthens country ownership and systems. Its multi-sectoral perspective helps clients integrate sectoral and thematic priorities in their programs, while its support for systems and capacity of governments and key stakeholders helps them scale up priority interventions. The predictability and scale of IDA's financial resources have achieved high levels of satisfactory development outcomes, including through: its performance-based system for allocating resources across countries; its results focus at the country and project levels; its integration of finance and knowledge in projects; and its convening power.


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    The demand for IDA16 resources and the strategy for their effective use

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