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Country Engagement

The World Bank Group’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) aims to make our country-driven model more systematic, evidence-based, selective, and focused on the Bank’s twin goals of ending extreme poverty and increasing shared prosperity in a sustainable manner. The CPF replaces the Country Assistance Strategy (CAS). Used in conjunction with a Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD),  the CPF guides the World Bank Group's (WBG) support to a member country.

Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) informs each new CPF. The aim of the SCD is to identify the most important challenges and opportunities a country faces in advancing towards the twin goals. This is derived from a thorough analysis, and informed by consultations with a range of stakeholders.

View the World Bank Group Directive and Guidance on Country Engagement.

Steps in our Country Engagement:

Step 1: What are the biggest constraints to reducing poverty and increasing shared prosperity in a sustainable way?  SCDs are built on an analysis of data and existing studies by the WBG and external partners, and aim at identifying the most critical constraints to, and opportunities for, reducing poverty and building shared prosperity sustainably. The SCD’s findings take into account the views of a broad set of stakeholders, including the private sector.

Step 2: What are the most important contributions the World Bank Group can make? The CPF lays out the main country development goals that WBG aims to help the country achieve, and proposes a selective program of indicative WBG interventions for this purpose. Derived from these country development goals are more specific CPF objectives against which the program is monitored during and evaluated at the end of the CPF cycle. CPF objectives are selected to reflect Government priorities, main constraints identified by the SCD, and the WBG’s comparative advantage.

Step 3: How are we doing? Performance and Learning Reviews (PLRs) are prepared mid-way through the CPF cycle. PLRs identify and capture lessons, and determine midcourse corrections in the CPF objectives and program of interventions. They also contribute to and help build the WBG’s knowledge base, into the SCD and CPF.

Step 4: What did we learn? Completion and Learning Reviews (CLR) identify and capture end-of-cycle learning to contribute to the WBG’s knowledge base, including on how to integrate inclusion and sustainability dimensions into WBG programs. CLR findings are an important input to the preparation of a new CPF. 

Links to CPFs, Discussion Summaries (updated June 11, 2019)

Afghanistan FY17-20

 

Discussion Summary

Albania FY15-19

Albanian version

Discussion Summary

Argentina FY19-22 (Spanish)    

Armenia FY19-23 (Armenian)

 

 

Azerbaijan FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Bangladesh FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary
Executive Summary

Belarus FY18-22

   

Belize FY17-21

   

Benin FY19-23

   

Bolivia FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Bosnia and Herzegovina FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Botswana FY16-20


Discussion Summary

Brazil FY18-23

   

Bulgaria FY17-22

 

Discussion Summary

Burkina Faso FY18-23

   

Cameroon FY17 -21

 

Discussion Summary

Chad FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Colombia FY16-21

 

Discussion Summary

Costa Rica FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Cote d'Ivoire FY16-19

 

Discussion Summary

Croatia FY19-24    

Egypt FY15-19

 

Discussion Summary

El Salvador FY16-19 

Spanish version

Discussion Summary

Ethiopia FY18-22

   

Georgia FY19-22

   

Guatemala FY17-20

Spanish version

Discussion Summary

Guinea Bissau FY18-21


Discussion Summary

Guinea, Republic of, FY18-23

   

Haiti FY16-19

 

Discussion Summary

Honduras FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

India FY18-22 (Information notice)

   

Indonesia FY16-20

   

Jordan FY17-22

 

Discussion Summary
Executive Summary

Kingdom of Lesotho FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Lao FY17-21

Laotian version

 

Lebanon FY17-22


Discussion Summary

Liberia FY19 - 24

 

 

Kosovo FY17-21

   

Kyrgyz Republic FY19-22

 

 

Madagascar FY17-21

   

Maldives FY16-19

 

Discussion Summary

Mali FY16-19

 

Discussion Summary

Mauritania FY18-23

   

Mauritius FY17-21

   

Moldova FY18-21

   

Montenegro FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Morocco FY19-24 (Arabic, French)    

Mozambique FY17-21

   

Myanmar FY 15-17

 

Discussion Summary
Executive Summary

Nepal FY19-23 (information notice)

   

Nicaragua FY18-FY22

   

Niger FY18-22

   
North Macedonia FY19-23    

Pacific Islands FY17-21

   

Panama FY15-21

 

Discussion Summary

Paraguay FY19-23

 

 

Peru FY17 -21

   

Poland FY19-24

   

Romania FY19-23

   

Serbia FY16-20

Serbian version

Discussion Summary

Seychelles FY18-23

   

Sri Lanka FY17-20

 

Discussion Summary

Solomon Islands FY18-23 (Feb - May 2018, Information Notice)

   

Somalia FY19 - 22

 

 

Tajikistan FY19-23    

Tanzania FY18-22

   

Thailand FY19 - 22

 

 

Tunisia FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Togo FY17-20

   

Turkey FY18-21

   

Uganda FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Uruguay FY16-20

 

Discussion Summary

Ukraine FY17-21

   

Uzbekistan FY16-20

Russian version

Discussion Summary

Vietnam FY17-21

   

As part of the Country Engagement approach, Systematic Country Diagnostics (SCDs), are prepared by WBG staff in close consultation with a country’s national authorities and other stakeholders. The SCD is a reference point for client consultations on priorities for WBG country engagement. It aims to help the country, the WBG and other development partners establish a dialogue to focus their efforts around goals and activities that have high impact and are aligned with the global goals of ending absolute poverty and boosting shared prosperity in a sustainable manner.

Guidance for the Preparation of Systematic Country Diagnostics (SCD)

Planned SCDs for FY19 

For more information, go to the specific Country Page and contact the Country Team.

When available, links to Completed SCDs and Public Information Notices (PIN) are posted below.

Africa
Planned:
Central African Republic
Comoros
eSwatini
Gabon
Gambia
Nigeria
Rwanda
Sudan

Completed:
Angola (EnglishPortuguese)
Ghana
Malawi
Republic of Congo
Senegal
Somalia

East Asia and Pacific
Planned:
Myanmar
Completed:
Mongolia (Mongolian)

Europe and Central Asia
Completed:
Kyrgyz Republic (Russian)
North Macedonia

Latin America and Caribbean
Planned:
El Salvador
Guyana

Completed:
Argentina
Mexico


Middle East and North Africa
Completed:

Djibouti (Information Notice)

South Asia
Planned:
Bhutan

 




Africa
Angola
Benin
Burundi
Cabo Verde

Cambodia (Khmer version)
Central African Republic
Comoros
Congo, Democrat Republic of
Congo, Republic of
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Liberia
Malawi
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal

Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Africa
Sudan
Zambia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Europe and Central Asia
Armenia
Belarus
Croatia

Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyz Republic
Macedonia
Poland
Romania
Tajikistan

 

 

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
OECS Countries
Paraguay


Middle East and North Africa
Djibouti (Information Notice)
Morocco (French)

 

East Asia and Pacific
China (Chinese version)
Papua New Guinea
Mongolia
Solomon Islands
Timor-Leste

South Asia
India
Nepal (Supplemental Annex: Vol. 2)


Latin America and Caribbean
Brazil
Chile
Nicaragua
Peru (completed)

Middle East and North Africa
Iraq (completed)

Last Updated: Apr 22, 2019



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