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IDA's performance based allocation system : review of the current system and key issues for IDA16 (الإنجليزية)

International Development Association's (IDA's) Performance Based Allocation (PBA) system has formed the basis for allocating resources among IDA countries since the late 1970s. Over the years, the PBA has undergone significant changes, reflecting both new analytical insights and implementation experience. Through successive IDA replenishment negotiations, IDA donors have introduced several changes and adjustments to the formula underlying the PBA system, which have helped increase its performance orientation and improve its transparency. At the IDA15 Mid-Term Review (MTR) and at the first IDA16 replenishment meeting, IDA deputies requested management to provide a comprehensive review of IDA's allocation system. This paper addresses these requests. Section two describes the current allocation system, including the core PBA formula and its main components and the exceptional allocations made outside the PBA system. Section three examines the current financing mechanisms for post conflict and re-engaging countries and presents recommendations to strengthen the financing mechanism for fragile and conflict affected countries during the period of IDA16. It also presents proposals that would allow IDA to enhance its support to small states. Section four lays out the issues for discussion.


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    IDA's performance based allocation system : review of the current system and key issues for IDA16

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    Fragile & Conflict-Affected States;Country Policy and Institutional Assessment;Gross National Income Per Capita;Governance and Public Sector Management;fragile and conflict;multilateral debt relief initiative;Policy and Institutional Framework;Democratic Republic of Congo;multilateral development bank;per capita allocation;post conflict countries;measures of need;regional public goods;resource allocation system;source of financing;per capita income;export of goods;cost of finance;lack of creditworthiness;African Development Fund;increase in population;list of countries;annual debt service;debt distress risk;redistribution of resource;millennium development goal;level of support;medium term growth;per capita basis;terms of aid;vulnerability to shock;fragile states;small states;natural disaster;large population;performance orientation;financial impact;affected country;performance rating;functional form;blend country;Donor Contribution;resource mobilization;debt sustainability;special provision;population size;special financing;financial implication;financing mechanism;internal resources;eligibility criterion;allocation mechanism;commitment authority;agricultural production;outcome data;economic vulnerability;average ratings;human capital;weighted average;composite indicator;exogenous shock;recipient countries;fixed percentage;world market;fiduciary risk;export concentration;financing option;composite index;saharan africa;separately funds;donor resource;allocation process;project costing;food crisis;regional fund;regional strategy;participating country;implementing policy;Learning and Innovation Credit;small island;fiscal commitment;national investment;grant allocation;annex annex;executive board;Financing plans;relative poverty;governance cluster;public resource;Financial Sector;uniform treatment;allocation formula;operational effectiveness;performance data;portfolio performance;higher allocations;real growth;aid effectiveness;Fragile Countries;vulnerable group;indebtedness criterion;income eligibility;international cooperation;transition period;reconstruction support;emergency need;high vulnerability;economic shock;Public Services;

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