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Djibouti - Performance and learning review of the country partnership strategy for the period FY2014-FY2017 : Djibouti - Performance et la révision de la stratégie de partenariat pays pour la période FY2014-FY2017 (Francês)

The first joint International Development Association (IDA), International Finance Corporation (IFC), Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for FY14-17 for Djibouti was discussed by the Board of Directors in March 2014. The CPS is anchored in the Government of Djibouti’s Vision 2035, a long-term development plan that focuses on economic integration, governance, and human development, and continues to guide Djibouti’s development focus. This Performance and Learning Review (PLR) assesses progress toward achieving CPS outcomes, draws lessons from implementation, and provides an updated results framework for the remainder of the CPS period. It is proposed that the CPS period be extended by one year, through FY18, to allow sufficient time to incorporate upcoming household-level poverty statistics into country plans and programs. This PLR proposes adjustments to the CPS to address Djibouti’s evolving needs and align more closely with the WBG’s new strategy for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Changes to the CPS are intended to strengthen the WBG’s response to emerging development challenges such as growing refugee and youth populations and enduring service delivery deficits. These challenges align with the key focus areas in the MENA strategy, particularly on renewing the social contract and boosting resilience to refugee and migration shocks.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2016/05/03

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento sobre Estratégias de Assistência ao País

  • No. do relatório

    104985

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Djibuti,

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/09/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Djibouti - Performance et la révision de la stratégie de partenariat pays pour la période FY2014-FY2017

  • Palavras-chave

    access to quality education;Household Income and Expenditure Survey;maternal and child health care;maternal and child health services;multilateral investment guarantee agency;economic and sector work;small and medium enterprise;social safety net system;literacy rate for woman;primary school completion rate;limited access to finance;legal and regulatory framework;millennium development goal;Urban and Rural Development;household access to electricity;system of national accounts;Transparency in Public Sector;Financial Infrastructure and Access;early stages of implementation;Public and Publicly Guaranteed;light manufacturing;governance capacity building;resilience to climate change;Soil and Water Conservation;agriculture and livestock;trade and competitiveness;partial credit guarantee;finance and markets;urban poverty reduction;Social Safety Nets;poverty and gender;quality of growth;private service delivery;social contract;rural area;quality of public;long-term economic growth;access to justice;service delivery chain;indoor air pollution;greenhouse gas emission;renewable energy source;service delivery performance;disaster risk management;cash transfer program;nutrition and education;public sector capacity;social assistance program;human capital development;improved water source;international good practice;high fertility rate;chamber of commerce;quality at entry;influx of refugees;maternal mortality ratio;procurement and disbursement;emergency obstetric services;public administration system;early warning system;engine of growth;Public Sector Governance;core payment infrastructure;solar photovoltaic system;institutional capacity building;investment climate reform;local steering committees;official poverty line;commercial bank loan;Public Financial Management;external debt sustainability;vulnerable population group;purchasing power parity;standard of living;household survey instrument;nature of poverty;adverse economic event;council of minister;poverty monitoring system;implementation of operations;factor of production;access to water;political risk guarantee;communicable disease control;skilled birth attendance;share of children;household budget survey;rural community development;regional public goods;Internally Displaced Person;social protection initiative;life skill training;competitive bidding process;provision of good;natural disaster risk;Public Administration Reform;pipeline development;Access to Energy;improved service delivery;energy for all;social protection system;accounting and reporting;young people;results framework;Job Creation;business environment;Host Communities;government commitment;portfolio performance;prevention activities;currency board;regional cooperation;social cohesion;environmental sustainability;telecommunications reform;institutional strengthening;increased access;pregnant woman;vulnerable people;informal sector;Business Registration;inclusive development;terrorist group;opinion survey;aggregate investment;fiscal deficit;security challenge;stakeholder consultation;development partner;poor girl;local company;legislative election;community-based approaches;vulnerable household;preschool child;community asset;nutrition education;young woman;framework agreement;national vision;independent candidate;production activity;human consumption;heart attack;firm foundation;data limitation;social stability;economic integration;foreign national;asylum seeker;external partner;oral cancer;humanitarian response;annex annex;regional operation;affordable electricity;gender equity;investment component;afforestation effort;housing sector;national strategy;citizen engagement;Help community;political process;cleaner fuel;construction permit;active portfolio;active investment;political transition;fiscal impact;water point;management capacity;community level;grazing area;home country;comparative advantage;real gdp;collaborative process;oversight function;Natural Resources;home countries;gender inequalities;Gender Inequality

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