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Argentina - AR-Road Safety

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Tanzania - TZ-Second Central Transport Corridor

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Jamaica - JM Rural Economic Development Initiative

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Mozambique - MZ-Energy Dev. Access Project (APL-2)

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IEG Work Program and Budget (FY19) and Indicative Plan (FY20-21)

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The Work Program outlines the strategic framework IEG has put in place to align its work program with the WBG and its clients’ main strategic priorities; its proposed work program for FY19-21; the results and impact that IEG expects to achieve over that period; measures IEG has been implementing to increase its outreach and impact; and details on resource management. Strategic Directions for FY19 Show MoreThe Work Program outlines the strategic framework IEG has put in place to align its work program with the WBG and its clients’ main strategic priorities; its proposed work program for FY19-21; the results and impact that IEG expects to achieve over that period; measures IEG has been implementing to increase its outreach and impact; and details on resource management. Strategic Directions for FY19–21 IEG’s strategic directions in FY19–21 are aligned with strategic priorities of the World Bank Group (WBG), as set out in the Forward Look (FL), the IDA18 agreement, the Maximizing Finance for Development (MFD) Development Committee Paper, and other strategic documents, as well as its twin goals in a sustainable manner, and with the development challenges expected to affect its clients over the period. Independent evaluation is essential to help the WBG tackle these important challenges and IEG has aligned its strategic framework with that of the WBG to continue providing a systematic and coherent body of evidence in key relevant areas.

Brazil - Strengthening PM and Int Territorial Dev

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Mexico - MX Savings and Credit Sector Loan

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Western Africa - 3A West Africa Reg. Comm. Infrast. Progr

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Georgia CLR Review FY14-17

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This review of the Georgia Completion and Learning Report of the World Bank Group (WBG) Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) covers the CPS period, FY14-FY17, including the CPS Performance and Learning Review (PLR) of April 2017. Georgia is a lower-middle-income country with a GDP per capita of 3,866 dollars (2016).Its economy grew on average by 3.5 percent annually during the review period higher Show MoreThis review of the Georgia Completion and Learning Report of the World Bank Group (WBG) Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) covers the CPS period, FY14-FY17, including the CPS Performance and Learning Review (PLR) of April 2017. Georgia is a lower-middle-income country with a GDP per capita of 3,866 dollars (2016).Its economy grew on average by 3.5 percent annually during the review period higher than the 1.9 percent average for the ECA region—with persistently large external current account deficits in the 12-13 percent of GDP range financed mostly by foreign direct investments. The CPS corresponded well with the government's stated development objectives set out in the Socioeconomic Development Strategy 2020, which had as overarching aim to achieve faster, inclusive, and sustainable growth averaging 7 percent annually. The WBG's country program pursued two strategic objectives or focus areas of strengthening public service delivery to promote inclusive growth and enabling private-sector-led job creation through improved competitiveness. The areas selected were congruent with the country's development goals, and in sectors where it had shown capacity to deliver in the past. IEG adds the following lesson: Competitiveness and labor market issues are key binding constraints for Georgia's growth, and areas in which the Bank has comparative advantage. Yet, the Bank failed to address them adequately and effectively under this CPS. To maximize development effectiveness, the Bank should not miss opportunities to address effectively areas which are both significant binding constraints for country growth and in the domain of the Bank's comparative advantage.

Cameroon - CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08)

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