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Country Partnership Framework for the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire for the Period FY16-FY19

TARIFFS CAPITAL MARKETS STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LIVING CONDITIONS WASTE MANAGEMENT FINANCING REDUCING EMISSIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM CARBON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION EXPECTATIONS ENROLLMENT MARGINAL COST PRODUCERS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROPERTY RIGHTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS BALANCE OF PAYMENTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESERVE REQUIREMENTS DEBT MANAGEMENT LABOR FORCE EMISSIONS POLITICAL ECONOMY EFFECTIVE STRATEGY REVENUES FISCAL POLICY SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT INCENTIVES EQUILIBRIUM MODELS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PAYMENTS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION AUDITS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY PRESENT VALUE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE FISCAL POLICIES EXPLOITATION SAVINGS EFFECTIVE ALLOCATION OIL JOB OPPORTUNITIES NATURAL CAPITAL UNION CURRENT ACCOUNT OPTIONS LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS DEBT PRIVATE INVESTMENT LIMITED ACCESS ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY FINANCING NEEDS POLLUTION FORESTRY CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMIC POLICIES LOANS LABOR PRODUCTIVITY ENTERPRISES NATURAL RESOURCES DEBT SERVICE SUBSIDIES FINANCE MINIMUM WAGES EFFICIENCY PUBLIC INVESTMENT TAXES ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAND USE BANKS FISCAL DEFICIT EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT SECURITIES RESOURCES DRINKING WATER EQUITY CONSUMPTION DISPARITIES IN ACCESS HUMAN CAPITAL CAPITAL WAGES CLIMATE CHANGE CREDIT FACILITY POLICY MAKERS GENDER BANK FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT CREDIT DIVISION OF LABOR DEFORESTATION DEMAND CPI NATIONAL INCOME SUSTAINABLE GROWTH URBAN AREAS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES ELECTRICITY GENERATION EXPENDITURES ENTERPRISE PROPERTY DECISION MAKING AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS TRANSACTION COSTS ENVIRONMENT SOIL DEGRADATION RESOURCE ALLOCATION ECONOMIC SITUATION SECURITIES TAX REVENUE BANK ACCOUNTS EXPORT CROPS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRADE LAND SECURITY DRINKING WATER INVESTMENT EXTREME POVERTY COMMERCIAL BANKS COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE HOUSEHOLDS FARMS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION WATER POLLUTION PRIVATE INVESTORS REVENUE RISK MANAGEMENT LIVING CONDITIONS GUARANTEE AGENCY PUBLIC BANKS PROFITS ENVIRONMENTAL COST SAVINGS ARREARS PRICES DEMOGRAPHICS GUARANTEE DEVELOPMENT BANK CONSUMER PROTECTION FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC GOODS ECONOMIES PUBLIC GOODS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa
2015-11-23T17:50:53Z | 2015-11-23T17:50:53Z | 2015-08-17

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) presents the World Bank Group (WBG) program for Côte d’Ivoire (CIV) during the period FY16-FY19. The CPF comes at an opportune moment to accelerate and scale up the WBG engagement. The program will take advantage of CIV’s current climate of renewed stability to modernize the economy and eliminate long-standing disparities aggravated by a decade of multifaceted crisis, during which the World Bank Group had to suspend its operation four times. In 2009, a transitional Government resulting from the Ouagadougou Political Agreement (OPA) provided an appropriate platform to reengage. The transitional Government prepared the country’s first Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) covering 2009-2015. The WBG Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for FY10-14, which supported the PRSP’s goals, was prepared in this context. Political unrest following the 2010 Presidential Elections then rendered implementation of the 2009 PRSP difficult. During the past four years, CIV has made an impressive transition from crisis to relative stability, and from fragility and low equilibrium, through stabilization, to aspiring emerging economy status. Although some of the root causes of the conflict remain, there are high expectations that those will be tackled if the current transformation is maintained and the reconciliation agenda is intensified. The Government expects to accelerate implementation of measures designed to improve social cohesion, develop human capital, build a resilient economy, support territorial development and promote regional synergies towards integration. The CPF will also support the achievement of the WBG’s twin goals of reducing extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity, which is also in line with Côte d’Ivoire’s plans.

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