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

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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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Chad
2016-01-14T22:09:51Z | 2016-01-14T22:09:51Z | 2015-11-03

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.

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