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Liberia Country Program Evaluation 2004-2011 : Evaluation of the World Bank Group Program

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITIES ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING STANDARDS ADOLESCENT GIRLS ADVISORY SERVICE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION ANTI-CORRUPTION ARMED CONFLICT ARREARS ASSET MANAGEMENT BANK ACCESS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC HEALTH CARE BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS BASIC SERVICES BIDDING BIODIVERSITY BUDGET CONSTRAINTS BUDGETARY IMPACT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING CARBON CARBON DIOXIDE CC CIVIL SERVICE CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION CIVIL WAR COLLAPSE COMMON GOOD COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE CORRUPTION CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX CREDITORS CREDITS CREDITWORTHINESS DEBT DEBT BURDEN DEBT RELIEF DEMOCRACY DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE DEVELOPMENT BANK DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS DEVELOPMENT GOALS DISPARITIES IN HEALTH ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY EX-COMBATANTS EXCLUSION EXPENDITURE EXPLOITATION FAMILIES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISCAL POLICY FISHERIES FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREST MANAGEMENT FORESTRY FORMAL ECONOMY GENDER GENDER DISPARITIES GENDER EQUALITY GENDER GAP GENDER GAP IN EDUCATION GENDER ISSUES GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS NATIONAL INCOME GUARANTEE AGENCY HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEM HOLISTIC VISION HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RIGHTS INDIGENOUS PEOPLE INFANT INFORMATION SYSTEM INITIATIVE INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL REFORM INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL FINANCE INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION JOB CREATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES JUDICIAL SYSTEM JUSTICE LAND TENURE LARGE NUMBER OF WOMEN LAWS LEADERSHIP LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL STATUS LIABILITY LIVE BIRTHS LOCAL CAPACITY LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOGGING LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANDATES MATERNAL MORTALITY MILITARY PERSONNEL MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH MINORITY MODERNIZATION NATIONAL INCOME NATIONAL PRIORITIES NATIONALS NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE OIL PATRONAGE PEACE PEACEKEEPING POLICE POLICY DIALOGUE POLITICAL INSTABILITY POLITICAL LEADERS POLITICAL POWER POPULAR SUPPORT PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIVATIZATION PROCUREMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROGRESS PROPERTY RIGHTS PROVISION OF INFORMATION PROVISION OF SERVICES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PURCHASING POWER PURCHASING POWER PARITY QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY OF EDUCATION REAL SECTOR REFUGEES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESPECT RULE OF LAW RURAL AREAS RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL POPULATION RURAL RESIDENTS SANCTIONS SANITATION SERVICE DELIVERY SKILL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL COHESION SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL TENSIONS SOCIAL WELFARE SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SUBSISTENCE FARMING SUPPORT FALLS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS OF LAND TENURE TAX ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL TRAINING TIMBER TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRUST FUNDS UNEMPLOYMENT UNION UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR WOMEN URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN SERVICES VILLAGE VIOLENCE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WASTE MANAGEMENT WATER SUPPLY WORLD COMMUNITY WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUNG PEOPLE
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Washington, DC: World Bank
Africa | Liberia
Leechor, Chad
2013-01-31T20:13:35Z | 2013-01-31T20:13:35Z | 2012-10

This report evaluates the outcomes of World Bank Group support to Liberia from its post-war reengagement in 2003 through 2011. The country has moved from total disarray to a solid foundation for inclusive development. Although development has not moved forward as quickly as hoped, substantial progress has been made. Public finance and key institutions have been rebuilt; crucial transport facilities have been restored; and hospitals, schools, and universities are operating. The debilitating burden of massive external debt has been eliminated. Although the government deserves most of the credit, this success would not have been possible without external development and security partners, including the World Bank Group. Regarding outcomes, the rebuilding of public institutions has seen substantial progress, with important achievements in restoring public finances and reforming the civil service. Regarding the rehabilitation of infrastructure, the World Bank Group has helped improve the conditions of roads, ports, power supply, and water and sanitation. However, World Bank Group financial support has been relatively modest with regard to facilitating growth, but it has helped with policy advice and in filling gaps left by other partners. With regard to the three cross-cutting themes of Bank Group strategy, some effective programs were carried out, including capacity development at several core public finance-related agencies. However, the integration of these themes across World Bank Group interventions, which was the underlying intent, still needs a vision and better articulated strategy. Finally, the Bank and the International Monetary Fund led efforts to reduce Liberia's inherited external debt burden under the enhanced Highly-Indebted Poor Country Initiative and the Multi-lateral Debt Relief Initiative mechanisms.

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