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Afghanistan - First, Second, and Third Programmatic Support for Institution Building Project and Strengthening Institutions Development Policy Grant Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the First, Second, and Third Programmatic Support for Institution Building Project for Afghanistan were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, risk to development outcome was high, Bank performance was satisfactory, and Borrower performance was moderately satisfactory. Ratings for the Strengthening Institutions Development Policy Grant Project for Afghanistan were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory, risk to development outcome was high, Bank performance was satisfactory, and Borrower performance was moderately satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: Development Policy Operations (DPO) can achieve important public administration and financial management reforms in high-risk environments with strong government ownership and flexible implementation. Emergency consultant support in the short and medium-term can usefully supplement the skill base in Governments where progress in institution and capacity building is bound to be a slow and time-consuming process. These skilled personnel can help adopt structures, processes, systems, laws, and regulations to enable reforms in, inter alia, pay and grading, administrative reform oversight, human resources monitoring, tax administration, financial management, procurement, and audit. However, ensuring the transition to a more normal administrative structure is necessary for sustainability. It is crucial to empower senior officials from Government to determine and direct administrative reform, public financial management and other institutional processes that make sense locally and that can promote broad based consensus inclusive of key political groups, while being sufficiently robust to deal with rapid social and economic change.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2013/06/25

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Desempenho do Projeto

  • No. do relatório

    78801

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Afeganistão,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2021/08/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Afghanistan - First, Second, and Third Programmatic Support for Institution Building Project and Strengthening Institutions Development Policy Grant Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Fragile and Conflict Affected States; size of the public service; institution development; Provincial Planning and Development Council; Public Financial Management; financial management information system; quality of higher education; achievement of development outcome; Public Administration Reform; real gross domestic product; Operational Core Curriculum; Analytical and Advisory Activities; delivery of health services; legal and regulatory framework; Management of Public Finance; fiscal management; state owned enterprise; macroeconomic framework; Development Policy Operation; Rule of Law; financial sector regulation; quality at entry; quality of public; share of wage; availability of data; universal primary education; civil service performance; competitive private sector; Health Service Delivery; macroeconomic policy framework; budget execution report; Promoting Private Sector; fiscal framework; Natural Resource Management; income tax amendment; civil service pay; financial management reform; program of support; quality of supervision; trade and investment; financial management reporting; chart of account; development policy credit; quality of preparation; census of government; in poverty; civil service law; capacity building support; foreign technical assistance; local government infrastructure; law and regulation; Public Finance Management; delivery of service; budget for health; Objectives and Outcomes; education and health; Civil Service Reform; net enrollment rate; high poverty rate; customs clearance process; gross enrollment rate; state-owned enterprise; public service provision; donor agency staff; personal identification number; secure property right; quality of bank; business organization law; domestic revenue; fiduciary standard; financial account; budget allocation; investment operation; Social Protection; salary payment; base budget; legal framework; real gdp; good performance; Programmatic Approach; intermediate outcome; other development; Tax Administration; private investment; regulatory environment; payroll for payment; legislative framework; external assistance; Macroeconomic Stability; base year; organizational restructuring; panel review; tax payment; fiscal policy; Fiscal policies; international standard; incentive scheme; donor financing; human rights; external aid; causal chain; expenditure programming; tax measure; satisfactory progress; audit law; outcome indicator; input indicator; available data; security forces; morbidity rate; skill base; business environment; budget amount; financial statement; Justice Systems; performance assessment; financial information; part-time employment; donor representative; transparent manner; budgetary spending; fiduciary risk; essential skill; budgetary policy; financial control; political risk; procurement system; tax incentive; fiscal finance; commercial bank; fiscal resource; reform strategy; english language; telecommunications network; increased revenue; health delivery; security risk; industrial park; prudential regulation; teacher assessment; improved health; exogenous factor; legacy system; tax strategy; financial system; core competencies; minority group; security situation; operational budget; militant group; public resource; budget control; cash management; Fiscal Sustainability; undue influence; administrative improvement; adequate representation; broad consensus; government development; adequate information; investment climate; pension system; increased access; health indicator; fiscal risk; enrollment increase; medium-term perspective; heavy reliance; International Trade; direct intervention; procurement process; registration procedure; public university; enrollment ratio; empirical evidence; fiscal report; entry program; qualitative indicator; pension regulation; pension administration; impact indicator; baseline data; statistical data; pay rate; satisfactory review; external support; donor activities; fiscal analysis; village council; budget process

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