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Burkina Faso - Second Fiscal Management, Sustainable Growth and Health Service Delivery Development Policy Financing (Inglês)

The Fiscal Management, Sustainable Growth and Health Service Delivery operation is the second in a programmatic series of three Development Policy Financing (DPF) operations. It is a single-tranche disbursement of IDA Credit for EUR 67.60 million (US73.975 million dollars equivalent) and IDA grant SDR 54.30 (US73.975 million dollars equivalent). The Program development objectives (PDOs) are to (i) strengthen fiscal management; (ii) improve natural resources management and raise mining and livestock productivity; and (iii) improve health service delivery and social spending efficiency. In the context of a fragile and poor country facing hard security, humanitarian and, most recently, COVID-19 shocks, the program supported by the DPF series has preserved modest but steady progress on structural reforms, while contributing to the response to the COVID-19 crisis. The series selectively addresses three binding constraints to growth of the Country Partnership Framework (CPF): scarce public resources, low agricultural and mining productivity, and inefficient health and social service delivery. These three critical areas of reform are supported by a solid macroeconomic framework and a public sector capable of creating fiscal and delivering social services to the extent of its possibilities. By creating fiscal space, providing key tools to redeploy health professionals, improving control of the distribution of medicines in COVID-19-affected areas, and setting the basis for a proper registration mechanism of indigents, including those testing positive to the virus and eligible IDPs, this DPF complements an emergency COVID-19 response investment project financing (IPF) supporting the Government’s efforts aiming to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19, while strengthening national systems for public health preparedness.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2020/05/08

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento sobre o programa

  • No. do relatório

    PGD112

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Burkina Fasso,

  • Região

    Africa West,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/06/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2020-06-05T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    Burkina Faso - Second Fiscal Management, Sustainable Growth and Health Service Delivery Development Policy Financing

  • Palavras-chave

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Public and Publicly Guaranteed; information and communication technology; fiscal deficit; danish international development; small and medium enterprise; monetary policy; tax revenue; fuel price; external current account deficit; macroeconomic policy framework; Natural Resource Management; public debt; public investment management; animal health service delivery; food security stock; Food Security and Nutrition; primary health care facilities; collection of property taxes; Senior Financial Management Specialist; poverty and social impact; disease prevention and control; quality of health services; risk of policy reversal; Grievance Redress Service; Internally Displaced Person; commodity price shock; Wage Bill; oil price; total public debt; balance of payment; result indicator; wages and salary; trade and investment; international commodity price; program leader; domestic debt; fiscal balance; cotton production; social spending; private consumption; Mining; global growth prospects; eligibility for benefits; state of emergency; students without access; access to finance; public health crisis; agriculture and livestock; suspension of payment; accumulation of arrears; support for producer; long-term climate change; regional bond market; artisanal mining sector; state-owned enterprise; adverse environmental impact; human capital accumulation; import of goods; education and health; climate change mitigation; crop and livestock; standard of living; rapid population growth; exchange rate policy; Exchange rate policies; commercial bank loan; oil import bill; public health service; social and institutional; foreign direct investment; external public debt; terms of trade; national poverty line; global economic slowdown; domestic banking sector; distribution of medicine; Investment Project Financing; domestic revenue mobilization; access to land; quality of public; fuel price subsidy; public wage bill; senior operations; budget support; implementation of reform; long term debt; Exchange Rates; fiscal deficit target; external debt service; errors and omission; external debt indicator; public sector specialist; value added tax; medium term growth; risk of debt; value-added tax; tax administration measure; senior agricultural specialist; summary of risks

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