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Cote d'Ivoire - From crisis to sustained growth : priorities for ending poverty and boostingshared prosperity - systematic country diagnostic (الإنجليزية)

This systematic country diagnostic is structured in two main parts, one backward looking and the other forward looking. The backward-looking analysis aims to draw lessons on the determinants of poverty and sustainable and inclusive growth from (a) stakeholder consultations; (b) a poverty profile; (c) a jobs profile; and (d) a review of Cote d’Ivoire’s experience, and a comparison with Ghana and Sri Lanka, countries with similarities to Côte d’Ivoire, but with different growth trajectories. The poverty analysis shows that over the past 25 years, poverty has deepened considerably, in particular in rural areas in the North and West. While the fall in cocoa prices played an important role, consequences of the price shock were amplified by political and social crisis and cuts in social expenditure. The main employment challenge faced by Cote d’Ivoire is a high concentration of employment in low-productivity occupations, such as agricultural and non-agricultural self-employment, particularly among the poor, women and those living in rural areas. Very few individuals hold formal wage jobs, and those who do are concentrated among the more educated in urban areas. In the near- and medium term, job creation will benefit significantly from growth in the self-employment and micro-enterprise sectors. The analysis concludes that Cote d’Ivoire’s poor performance can be attributed to its response regarding four sets of policy issues: (a) lack of agricultural development and diversification; (b) lack of structural transformation into agro-business and non-agrobusiness led by the private sector; (c) inequitable social policies; and (d) lack of good governance. Based on this analysis, the forward-looking part outlines Côte d’Ivoire’s strategic pathways out of poverty, better jobs creation through private sector-led growth and human capital development, and the prerequisites for achieving those goals. For better jobs creation, the main pathways are increased agricultural productivity and diversification into agribusiness and other types of industries. Addressing constraints under these pathways, in particular access to finance, will also promote microenterprises and self-employment. For human capital development, the main pathways are increased and higher quality social spending and an effective social safety net. The last chapter prioritizes key binding constraints and discusses knowledge gaps.


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    Systematic Country Diagnostic

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    Cote d'Ivoire - From crisis to sustained growth : priorities for ending poverty and boostingshared prosperity - systematic country diagnostic

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    access to safe drinking water;Demographic and Health Survey;Technical and Vocational Education;lack of access to justice;impact of climate change;quality of health care;quality health care;improving access to finance;political point of view;impact on poverty reduction;package of health service;infant and child mortality;gross enrollment rate;per capita growth rate;labor force participation;inequality in health status;rural area;human capital development;school enrollment;education and health;world market price;determinants of poverty;Access to Electricity;quality and quantity;sustainable private sector;peace and development;inclusive growth;quality of education;poverty gap index;allocation of expenditure;higher value added;investments in agriculture;high population density;private sector enterprise;social protection sector;Efficiency in Education;land tenure system;cost of land;depth of poverty;farm gate price;standard of living;payment of tax;maternal mortality ratio;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;constraints to development;per capita term;agriculture and industry;national poverty line;resources in education;local government authority;sources of water;rural development strategy;total fertility rate;land area;structure of employment;total factor productivity;population growth rate;source of employment;social protection system;labor market opportunities;dependence on agriculture;high population growth;social protection program;maintenance of infrastructure;private sector activity;investment in exploration;Governance and Accountability;positive spillover effect;formal labor market;land information system;supply of electricity;structural adjustment program;value added tax;agriculture sector;cocoa price;land reform;good governance;agricultural productivity;business environment;regional disparity;gender difference;cocoa production;development path;governance framework;social spending;knowledge gap;Civil War;social policy;social policies;inclusive jobs;binding constraint;political instability;industrial land;high concentration;price shock;agricultural self-employment;high wage;Job Creation;manufacturing industry;regional growth;account advance rate;manufacturing sector;economic reform;job profile;economic diversification;confidence interval;land right;increase productivity;political uncertainty;Armed Conflict;service access;social stability;customary land;Poverty Analysis;poverty incidence;local farmer;household head;real gdp;national account;colonial times;Demographic Transition;Industrial Policy;Industrial Policies;rural economy;security situation;vested interests;SME sector;political leadership;social crisis;stakeholder consultation;poverty profile;public security;customary claims;agricultural growth;urban labor;equitable access;reconciliation process;rural transportation infrastructure;reduce trade;land dispute;youth unemployment;social demand;free health;administrative framework;living standard;improved public;Fragile Countries;land claim;reform effort;agricultural input;paying job;institutional framework;Tax Administration;comparative advantage;legal framework;market distortion;household survey;individual right;gender equity;comparator country;building consensus;enhancing access;underemployed labor;reliable access;cashew nut;Vocational Training;high fertility;industrial center;social infrastructure;girls' education;formal sector;positive impact;land owner;financial resource;budgetary pressure;delivery mechanism;Wage Bill;cocoa farm;fiscal resource;smallholder farmer;skill gap;short term impact;greater access;export crop;farm-gate price;manufacturing enterprise;poverty reducing;regulatory regime;transport logistic;tax policy;political resistance;Financial Sector;improved delivery;Macroeconomic Stability;basic amenity;supply side;education expenditure;drinkable water;resource misallocations;justice system;Justice Systems;balanced development;creating job;social unrest;evidence-based policy;consumer electronics;put pressure

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