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Ukraine - Programmatic Development Policy Loan Series Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Programmatic Development Policy Loan Series Project for Ukraine were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was substantial, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the Borrower performance was also satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: development partners need to coordinate closely in advancing critical and complementary reforms. Given the urgency of the economic circumstances facing Ukraine, the rapid and coordinated response by the international community was critical to support the Government efforts to stabilize and reform the economy. Strong prior analytical work, technical assistance, and deep engagement between government counterparts and the World Bank team are crucial for the success of an operation. The multisector DPL series prepared an operation with meaningful reforms across multiple sectors within a short timeframe. Technical and policy dialogue between the Bank and the authorities, anchored in previous technical assistance, enabled the swift response in preparing, approving and implementing the DPL program. To support longer-term structural reforms, the World Bank needs a long-term engagement strategy: This DPL series supported a range of deep reforms with gestation periods that extended beyond the two-year horizon of the program. Follow-up monitoring and technical assistance to support the reforms beyond the program period were critical in meeting Ukraine’s development objectives.


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    Ukraine - Programmatic Development Policy Loan Series Project

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