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Country Partnership Framework for the Lebanese Republic for the Period FY17-FY22

BANQUE DU LIBAN EMPLOYMENT CAPITAL MARKETS UNEMPLOYMENT RATES TRAFFIC CONGESTION GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES ECONOMIC GROWTH DEPOSITS URBANIZATION SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION FOSSIL FUELS WASTE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRINCIPAL INTEREST LAWS EXPECTATIONS GUARANTEES ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES INDUSTRY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BANKING SYSTEM BALANCE OF PAYMENTS STRATEGIES LABOR FORCE WATER SUPPLY SERVICES EMISSIONS SEWAGE PUBLIC SERVICES POLITICAL ECONOMY HOUSING REVENUES FISCAL POLICY INCENTIVES EQUILIBRIUM MODELS PROJECTS MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SAVING INFLATION MUNICIPALITIES ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AUDITS BUDGET ECONOMIC ACTIVITY FISCAL POLICIES SAVINGS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK OIL CROWDING OUT TRANSPORT CAPITAL FORMATION PRODUCTIVITY OPTIONS INTEREST RATES WATER USE TRANSFERS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MARKETS DEBT LEGISLATION DEFICITS FOREIGN ASSETS POLLUTION FORESTRY ELECTION LAW WELFARE GAINS LOANS LABOR ENTERPRISES POLICY DECISIONS NATURAL RESOURCES TRUST FUNDS SUBSIDIES REAL SECTOR FINANCE EFFICIENCY GRANTS INFRASTRUCTURE TAXES BANKING SECTOR ACCESS TO INFORMATION CANCER BANKS GARBAGE COLLECTION ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK RESOURCES UNEMPLOYMENT EQUITY CONSUMPTION ECONOMIC IMPACT ACCOUNTABILITY INTERNATIONAL RESERVES CAPITAL WAGES CLIMATE CHANGE SOCIAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT VALUES VALUE POLICY MAKERS DEVELOPMENT BANKS BANK GOVERNMENT FINANCE CREDIT MACROECONOMICS BUDGETS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS DEMAND CPI ABATEMENT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH INCOME DISTRIBUTION PUBLIC EXPENDITURES ENVIRONMENTS EXPENDITURES PUBLIC TRANSPORT PROPERTY DECISION MAKING POLLUTION ABATEMENT ECONOMIC RENTS FISCAL YEAR OPPORTUNITY COSTS ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SITUATION URBAN DEVELOPMENT STREAMS PUBLIC DEBT WASTE DISPOSAL SUBSIDIARY ENERGY EFFICIENCY GOVERNANCE INSURANCE MICROFINANCE NEW ENTRANTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT HOUSING DEMAND TRADE LAND ECONOMIES OF SCALE RISK COMMERCIAL BANKS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE BANKING GLOBAL INTEREST WATER POLLUTION DECENTRALIZATION INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE PRIVATE CONSUMPTION RISK MANAGEMENT LIVING CONDITIONS LENDING ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENVIRONMENTAL LABOR MARKETS GOVERNMENTS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC GOOD PRICES ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Lebanon
2016-07-13T19:09:59Z | 2016-07-13T19:09:59Z | 2016-06-15

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) presents the World Bank Group (WBG) program and the associated results framework for Lebanon for the period FY17-FY22. In a fragile and conflict-prone environment, this CPF aims at mitigating the immediate, and potentially long-lasting impact of the Syria crisis on Lebanon, while strengthening state institutions, addressing existing vulnerabilities, and bolstering efforts on longer term development challenges, all through interventions that foster inclusion and shared prosperity. The CPF will work through two focus areas as a way to renew the social contract between the state and the citizens: (i) expand access to and quality of service delivery; and (ii) expand economic opportunities and increase human capital. Through these two focus areas, the WBG will help Lebanon mitigate the economic and social impact of the Syria crisis, safeguard the country’s development gains, and enhance the prospects for stability and development in the coming years. The CPF will contribute to strengthening the relationship between the state and its citizens, a critical ingredient for peace and stability. The CPF will contribute to strengthening the relationship between the state and its citizens, a critical ingredient for peace and stability. The CPF benefited from a series of stakeholder consultations, including those held in connection with the Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) and the WBG Gender Strategy.

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