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The Multi-Partner Fund - Progress Report : July - December 2021 (英语)

The Multi-Partner Fund (MPF) for Somalia has been the primary source of financing for the World Bank Group’s (WBG) early reengagement in Somalia after more than two decades of disengagement. The MPF was established in 2013, and since then has supported the process for normalizing Somalia’s relations with international financial institutions (IFIs), while building and strengthening core government systems at both federal and state level. In nonaccrual status since 1991, Somalia has not had access to regular development financing from IFIs, including the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA).This World Bank MPF Progress Report covers the period July to December 2021. It provides thematic and projectlevel updates and identifies the external events of the period that relate to the operating context of the MPF. The report captures achievements and challenges from the reporting period, including the operationalization of the Bank’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF), IDA reengagement, and support for Somalia’s sustained economic reforms towards Completion Point. The report also captures ongoing and upcoming learning and analytical activities.