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Setting the agenda for IDA16 (الإنجليزية)

The purpose of this paper is to layout the strategic challenges that International Development Association (IDA) countries face and the attendant issues that deputies in the IDA16 replenishment round may need to focus on during subsequent meetings. The paper builds on the themes identified during the brainstorming discussion held during the IDA15 Mid-Term Review (MTR) in November 2009, where IDA deputies and borrower representatives began the discussion of the strategic directions of the IDA16 replenishment, as well as on a subsequent informal discussion with IDA's Executive Directors in January 2010. The starting point for the paper is the consensus that the IDA16 negotiations should be focused on the key strategic issues that will need to be addressed in order to enhance IDA's effectiveness. The rest of the paper is organized as follows. Section two briefly describes the key directions of the recent paper setting out the post-crisis strategic directions for the World Bank Group (WBG). Building on these broad directions, and taking account of the discussion at the IDAl5 MTR. Section three discusses the key development challenges in the new decade. Section four examines what needs to be done to meet these challenges, with a specific focus on issues that may need to be addressed in order to strengthen IDA's capacity. Section five sets out the key issues for discussion.

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    2010/02/01

  • نوع الوثيقة

    تقرير مجلس المديرين التنفيذيين

  • رقم التقرير

    53250

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    العالم,

  • المنطقة

    مناطق العالم,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2010/03/01

  • حالة الافصاح

    Disclosed

  • اسم الوثيقة

    Setting the agenda for IDA16

  • كلمة أساسية

    adverse effects of climate change;primary completion rate for girl;gender equality in education;impact of climate change;primary school enrolment ratio;country financial accountability assessment;resilience to climate change;gender and climate change;implementation of adaptation action;effect of climate change;economic empowerment of woman;fragile states;long term development;climate change challenge;finance and growth;global economic crisis;global financial crisis;confronting climate change;energy investment need;international capital market;fragile and conflict;gender and development;peace and development;impact on poverty;socially sustainable development;global public good;fast economic growth;increase in temperature;effectiveness of aid;external economic shock;greenhouse gas emission;climate change fund;local air pollutant;sustainable land use;equal job opportunity;public sector institution;international development community;lack of legitimacy;lack of resource;education and health;intrahousehold resource allocation;rights to land;extreme poverty line;death of child;access to water;maternal mortality rate;access to sanitation;primary education goal;dimensions of poverty;infant mortality rate;climate change activities;effective service delivery;risk sharing mechanisms;purchasing power parity;primary school completion;country economic memoranda;country gender assessment;financial sector assessment;investment climate assessment;estimates of poverty;accountability for results;Disaster Risk Reduction;implications for development;fight against poverty;natural disaster;managing risk;aid effectiveness;poverty goal;recovery effort;economic sector;Gender Inequality;gender inequalities;technical expertise;improving governance;gender mainstreaming;Learning and Innovation Credit;global development;long-term growth;exogenous shock;aid resource;demographic trend;results framework;affected country;girl infants;significant challenge;creating opportunity;diagnostic work;broad agreement;vulnerable population;gender focus;partnership agreement;development path;strategic issue;property right;demographic dividend;disaster reconstruction;global economy;international response;food price;management accountability;global food;comparative advantage;gender activities;gender strategy;reporting system;financial mechanism;cross sectoral;young child;river flow;seasonal peaks;social program;fiscal situation;rainfall pattern;Donor countries;international cooperation;short-term shocks;infant death;financial requirement;snow melt;multilateral agency;environmental degradation;government leadership;health shock;fuel price;scarce resource;education level;international level;national capacity;reconciliation process;comparative knowledge;trade integration;global response;recipient countries;environmental analysis;bank's knowledge;global experience;donor coordination;modern technology;governance challenge;accelerating growth;public expenditure;Social Protection;development policy;Industrialized countries;industrialized country;historical pattern;country infrastructure;common standards;Energy Sector;global bank;south-south cooperation;delivery mechanism;spillover benefit;global knowledge;broad consensus;financing mechanism;vulnerability reduction;enrollment rate;measurement system;aggregate analysis;strategic focus;international community;regional spillover;operational effectiveness;reconstruction support;emergency response;mainstreaming gender;gender issue;poverty datum;adversely impact;poverty headcount;operational perspective;capital base;international aid;donor resource;real gdp;preventative measure;oil producer;emergency preparedness;employment loss;supply side;executive branch;fertility rate;working age;vulnerable household;consumption level;self-employed women;export sector;private-sector development;export agriculture;expected growth;excess death;Population Change;business cycle;multilateral institution;business model;Women's Education

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