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CPIA Africa, June 2012 : Assessing Africa's Policies and Institutions

ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITY ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATION ADOLESCENT FERTILITY ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES BORROWING BUDGET EXECUTION CHILD MORTALITY CHILD MORTALITY RATES CHILDBIRTH CHRONIC POVERTY CITIZENS CIVIL CONFLICT CORRUPTION COURT SYSTEM CRISES CROWDING OUT DEBT DEFORESTATION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DISCLOSURE DISCRIMINATION DRUGS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC RESOURCES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENFORCEMENT MECHANISMS ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY EQUAL ACCESS EXPANSIONARY FISCAL EXPANSIONARY FISCAL POLICY EXPENDITURE FERTILITY PREFERENCES FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SYSTEMS FISCAL BALANCE FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL INFORMATION FISCAL POLICY FREE TRADE GENDER DIFFERENCES GENDER EQUALITY GENDER INEQUALITIES GENDER PARITY GENDER PARITY INDEX GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES IMPORTANT POLICY INFLATION INNOVATIONS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INVESTMENT CLIMATE JOB CREATION LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKET NEEDS LABOR MARKETS LABOR POLICIES LACK OF TRANSPARENCY LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL PROTECTION LEGAL SYSTEMS LEGISLATION LICENSES LIVE BIRTHS MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES MONETARY POLICY MORTALITY MORTALITY RATE NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL LEVELS NATIONAL POLICIES NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCES OIL OLD AGE PEACE PENSIONS POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK POLITICAL CRISIS POOR GOVERNANCE PORTS PRIVATE SECTOR PROGRESS PROPERTY RIGHTS PUBLIC PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT REDUCING EMISSIONS REDUCING MATERNAL MORTALITY REFORM EFFORT REGIONAL AGREEMENTS REGULATORY AGENCIES REGULATORY AUTHORITY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE USE REVENUE COLLECTION ROADS RURAL AREAS SAFETY SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SAVINGS SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE DELIVERY SEXUAL HARASSMENT SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL INCLUSION SOCIAL NORMS SOCIAL POLICIES SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEM SOCIAL SECTORS SURVIVAL RATE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH SUSTAINABLE USE TAX TAX ADMINISTRATION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT RATES VULNERABILITY WASTE MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION WATER RESOURCES YOUNG WOMEN YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
2017-06-02T18:52:27Z | 2017-06-02T18:52:27Z | 2012-06

The World Bank's Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) is an important knowledge product that assesses the performance of 39 IDA countries along 16 dimensions of policy and institutional quality. This is the first in the series of annual reports. The 16 dimensions are grouped into four clusters: economic management; structural policies; policies for social inclusion and equity; and public sector management and institutions. The CPIA has been measuring and tracking the strength of policies and institutions in IDA-eligible countries since 1980, and releasing that information since 2006. Until now, the CPIA has been used mainly to inform IDA's allocation of resources to poor countries and in research. Yet the information contained in the CPIA is potentially valuable to governments, the private sector, civil society, researchers and the media as a tool to monitor their country's progress and benchmark it against progress in other countries. By presenting the CPIA scores for 38 African countries over six years in one easy-to-read document, this report aims to provide citizens with information that can support evidence-based debate that can, in turn, lead to better development outcomes. The scope of the report is motivated by the World Bank's open data initiative and the new Africa strategy, both of which seek to foster participation in development from a wide range of stakeholders by providing broader access to data and knowledge.

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