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Guinea - Country partnership strategy for the period FY14-17 (Inglês)

Guinea has made considerable progress in stabilizing over the past two years. Emerging from political isolation, instability and military rule, Guinea adopted a new constitution, elected a President, and fully re-integrated into the international community. A reform of the security sector was vigorously engaged. Macro-economic stability was restored, and debt sustainability dramatically improved with the attainment of the enhanced Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) completion point in September 2012. Social, institutional and economic decline which had been ongoing for years was halted. In May 2013, the government endorsed a third poverty reduction strategy for the period 2013-15 around four main priorities: (i) governance and public sector reform; (ii) growth and economic diversification; (iii) service delivery; and (iv) reducing regional disparities through local development and decentralization. The Bank Group's focus on governance will contribute to expand domestic fiscal space and higher availability of donor resources in support of development programs. Uncertainties still surrounding Guinea's political and economic environment warrant a flexible approach. A limited number of projects are therefore envisaged in the first years of the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), and the progress report on the CPS will offer the opportunity to fine-tune the CPS in its remaining years. The mix of instruments will be based on progress recorded in the first years of implementation, as well as on the lessons from ongoing projects. The upcoming closing of several operations provides the Bank with the opportunity to significantly renew its portfolio of projects, and exercise strategic selectivity.


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    Guinea - Country partnership strategy for the period FY14-17

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