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Supporting growth and stability in Afghanistan : the country partnership framework summary 2017 to 2020 (Inglês)

There have been substantial improvements in development outcomes in Afghanistan since 2001, particularly in terms of improved access to basic services such as water, sanitation, and electricity, and increased human development in education and health. However, some gains are now being eroded due to growing insecurity, stagnating growth, and rising levels of poverty. Economic growth in Afghanistan has slowed after a period of rapid growth between 2003 and 2012. While the Government of Afghanistan is committed to an ambitious reform program, it is doing so in the midst of political and economic uncertainty. Afghanistan remains a deeply fragile and conflict-affected country. The long years of war have hollowed out state institutions and led to widespread disenchantment with the ruling elite and have fueled the Taliban insurgency. Internal displacement as a result of conflict has led to over 1 million internally displaced persons.At the same time, the country’s difficult topography, vulnerability to climate change, and growing population at 3 percent a year have imposed additional constraints on development. For economic growth to have any impact on poverty, it has to be particularly high and broad based to compensate for the high population growth rate and youth bulge. At nearly 50 percent, Afghanistan’s proportion of population aged 15 years or below is the second highest in the world. Poor nutrition, especially of children, threatens welfare and education gains.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2017/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    111972

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Afeganistão,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2017/01/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Supporting growth and stability in Afghanistan : the country partnership framework summary 2017 to 2020

  • Palavras-chave

    inclusive growth;social inclusion;education and health;access to basic service;vulnerability to climate change;high population growth rate;poverty head count;regional trade in energy;Early Warning and Response;Social and Economic Inclusion;Manufacturing, Agribusiness & Services;access to quality services;Social Safety Nets;security and development;fragile and conflict;urban informal settlements;impact on poverty;private sector performance;political risk insurance;economic growth rate;loss of life;gross domestic product;labor force participation;human resource procedures;civil service training;Poverty & Inequality;public procurement contract;access to finance;extreme weather event;Rule of Law;reallocation of resource;early warning system;Public Expenditure Management;Internally Displaced Person;capacity for implementation;conflict and violence;number of women;human capital investment;domestic revenue generation;private sector credit;budget support operations;macroeconomic and fiscal;human development outcome;Internally Displaced People;information and communication;natural disaster;political situation;Job Creation;improving governance;poverty trend;regional disparity;lagging region;government ownership;youth bulge;long-term growth;fiscal stability;Extractive Industry;political instability;Disaster Management;international aid;government budget;fault line;economic integration;Advisory services;political election;disaster recovery;strategic location;manufacturing sector;rural woman;security environment;recurrent budgets;Enterprise Development;domestic credit;bank resource;nation building;poverty gap;environmental risk;strategic framework;productivity gain;climate resilience;economic slowdown;basic food;institution building;discretionary budget;food processing;consumption level;donor financing;fiscal constraint;government capacity;coping mechanism;privileged access;IS Building;political institution;agricultural production;armed groups;aid inflow;greater aid;external force;emergency reconstruction;Violent Conflict;institutional weakness;long-term commitment;Labor Market;private investment;political development;internal displacement;financial commitment;household income;Water Management;urban development;community monitoring;principal risk;citizen feedback;institutional framework;infrastructure sector;cumulative investments;Host Communities;financial inclusion;government institution;social cohesion;poor household;Coping Mechanisms;land market;energy infrastructure;tax measure;industry growth;Financial Sector;medium enterprise;partnership framework;investment climate;long-term strategy;real gdp;agricultural program;inclusive society;improved land;agricultural productivity;business support;tax collection;young child;Gender Equality;government staff;political context;climate variability;corruption;energy market;susceptible areas;high poverty;Population Displacement;

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