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Azerbaijan - Country assistance evaluation (Inglês)

The assistance strategy of the International Development Association (IDA) for 1996 focused on generating employment and alleviating poverty. Several projects were dropped or delayed, disbursements were slow, and three of the eight current projects are at risk. The International Finance Corporation's (IFC) investments in the oil and financial sectors complement IDA's proposed emphasis on agriculture. The World Bank Group's support for Azerbaijan has not, however, contributed effectively to restoring broad-based growth, generating employment and alleviating poverty. IDA's strategic development objectives of poverty alleviation, employment growth, and an improved framework for sustained private sector growth were relevant. While support for the government's stabilization and structural adjustment program has been reasonably successful, unemployment and poverty have not been reduced, and the social safety net remains weak. IDA's assistance program could have been focused more closely on the objectives by providing more and earlier support for enhancing the social safety net and for privatization and private sector development. Moreover, implementation could have been more effective.


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    IEG Evaluation

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Azerbaijan - Country assistance evaluation

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    economic and sector work;water supply and sanitation service;Privatization and Private Sector Development;life expectancy at birth;access to safe water;gnp per capita;Oil and Gas Sector;Public Sector and Governance;health expenditure per capita;real effective exchange rate;agricultural development and credit;Legal and Judicial Reform;Policy and Institutional Framework;public sector reform operation;multilateral investment guarantee agency;import of goods;current account balance;foreign direct investment;environment action plan;structural adjustment program;Oil & Gas;gross domestic investment;population with access;educated labor force;financial sector review;incidence of poverty;general government consumption;quasi money growth;private sector incentive;per capita income;rural financial service;Private Sector Growth;financial sector reform;health policy issues;Country Assistance Strategies;country assistance strategy;agriculture and industry;access to finance;social protection system;sustainable private sector;employment in agriculture;Irrigation and Agriculture;structural adjustment loan;impact on poverty;lending interest rate;progress in governance;preparation for privatization;Public Sector Governance;foreign exchange regime;high poverty incidence;nominal exchange rate;national poverty line;export of goods;gross primary enrollment;electric power consumption;commercial energy use;agriculture and irrigation;access to health;consumer price index;Food Price Index;primary school enrollment;world development indicator;aid per capita;terms of trade;balance of payment;country economic memorandum;births per woman;rural headcount index;poverty alleviation;live birth;social indicator;macroeconomic stabilization;employment creation;agricultural sector;displaced person;domestic saving;international tourism;urban population;social assistance;business environment;resource flow;unemployment level;child malnutrition;budget deficit;fertile land;industrial base;private bank;Displaced Population;agricultural productivity;political stability;displaced people;irrigation sector;parliamentary election;market economy;illiteracy rate;banking sector;domestic credit;economic recovery;infrastructure sector;net inflows;Infant Mortality;transition economy;Transition economies;public health;comparator country;private consumption;private investment;present value;social issue;gdp deflator;average cost;private enterprise;agricultural incentive;net transfer;Public Infrastructure;Public Spending;political conflict;foreign investor;Learning and Innovation Credit;income population;education indicator;oil reserve;private creditor;commercial transaction;environmental damage;civil society;immunization rate;Population Density;inflation average;Population Growth;export good;social security;public expenditure;gini index;oil field;budgetary deficit;conversion rate;Cultural Heritage;agriculture sector;agricultural output;foreign trade;average consumer;banking system;monetary policy;industrial sector;political situation;international company;tax system;oil production;national currency;increase growth;household survey;treasury system;iron ore;trading partner;financial crisis;Oil Export;oil price;environment investment;commercial court;judicial institution;mineral deposit;small-scale enterprise;large enterprise;statistical table;electricity production;political difficulty;international reserve;school-age population;monetary expansion;agricultural land;domestic price;Exchange Rates;judicial system;donor community;private investor;industrial finance;humanitarian assistance;aid agency;reliable access;tax revenue;disbursement delay;institution building;private property;budget allocation;widespread poverty;transfer program;legal framework;Macroeconomic Stability;market relations;Violent Conflict;unemployment benefit;trust relationship;Land Registration;Advisory services;rural enterprise;portfolio review;real level;redundant labor;catalytic effect;procurement delay



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