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Country Partnership Framework for the Republic of Chad for the Period FY16-20

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Abstract: This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) is designed to support the forthcoming Chad Five-Year Development Plan (2016-2020). It succeeds the Interim Strategy agreed with the Government of Chad in March 2010. The Interim Strategy Note (ISN) set out the World Bank Group’s (WBG’s) support to Chad for the period 2010-2012. The strategy was composed of three main pillars: strengthening governance; improving livelihoods and access to key social services; and improving regional integration and connectivity. The WBG has continued to operate on the basis of the ISN since 2012, as the conditions were put in place for a return to a full partnership framework, in particular the full resumption of an IMF program and of the dialogue towards the HIPC Completion Point. In May 2013 the Government of Chad published its National Development Plan (NDP) for the period 2013-2015, which is considered the third Poverty Reduction Plan for Chad. This included a strong results framework, with 24 strategic indicators and 65 intermediary indicators, including all HIPC completion point triggers. It was the subject of a Joint Staff Advisory Note (JSAN) in June 2013 in which the WBG and IMF broadly endorsed the thrust of the plan. A JSAN issued in March 2015 on the 2013 Monitoring Report of the NDP determined that the NDP was satisfactorily implemented overall in 2013, representing a significant departure from the non-implementation of the first two poverty reduction strategies of 2003-2006 and 2008-2011.
Type: Report
Country Focus :: Country Assistance Strategy Document
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/23664
Subject: CHILD HEALTH
OVERGRAZING
RISKS
ECONOMIC GROWTH
GENDER INEQUALITY
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
PEOPLE
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
AIR QUALITY
MIDWIFERY
INFORMATION SYSTEM
PHARMACISTS
ANTENATAL CARE
PREVENTION
LAWS
EXPECTATIONS
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
FINANCIAL RESOURCES
COMMUNITY HEALTH
EMISSIONS
HEALTH CARE
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POLITICAL ECONOMY
REVENUES
SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
HEALTH
EQUILIBRIUM
REAL WAGES
VULNERABILITY
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
KNOWLEDGE
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
POPULATION CENSUS
CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
OIL PRICES
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
IRON
OIL
TRAINING
POLITICAL DECISION
SOCIAL EXCLUSION
INTERVENTION
POPULATION GROWTH
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
CAPITAL FORMATION
FIXED COSTS
LABOR PRODUCTIVITY
OPTIONS
FARMING COMMUNITIES
MIGRATION
LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS
OPEC
VIOLENCE
DEBT
LAND DEGRADATION
POLLUTION
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
DIVIDENDS
NATURAL RESOURCES
MORTALITY
SUBSIDIES
FISHING
EFFICIENCY
TAXES
CAPITAL CONSTRAINTS
RESOURCES
UNEMPLOYMENT
EQUITY
PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH
CONSUMPTION
HUMAN CAPITAL
RURAL COMMUNITIES
WORKERS
WAGES
CLIMATE CHANGE
POLITICAL TURMOIL
AGED
SOCIAL SERVICES
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
VALUES
CREDIT
RAPID POPULATION GROWTH
DIVISION OF LABOR
DEFORESTATION
DEMAND
HEALTH OUTCOMES
FAMILY PLANNING
EXPENDITURES
ENVIRONMENTS
PROPERTY
DECISION MAKING
REFUGEES
NUTRITION
TRANSACTION COSTS
ENVIRONMENT
POLICY
SECURITIES
PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
PREGNANT WOMEN
TRADE
LAND
CHILDREN
ECONOMIES OF SCALE
DRINKING WATER
COMMERCIAL BANKS
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
YOUNG PEOPLE
REVENUE
POPULATION
PRIVATE CONSUMPTION
RISK MANAGEMENT
LIVING CONDITIONS
STRATEGY
PASTURES
REGISTRATION
FAMILIES
CHILD HEALTH SERVICES
MEDICINES
ENVIRONMENTAL
FOOD PROCESSING
HEALTH SERVICES
IMPLEMENTATION
PREGNANCY
PRICES
OIL SECTOR
ECONOMIES
NURSING
DEVELOPMENT POLICY
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
PUBLIC GOODS




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