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International Development Association (IDA) 18 : special theme - governance and institutions (英语)

As the world aims to achieve a new set of sustainable development goals (SDGs) and to eradicate poverty, global conditions are creating significant headwinds. In the face of these challenges, trust in government and institutions around the world has fallen. In this context, strengthening good governance and building capable institutions becomes even more critical to poverty reduction and development effectiveness in International Development Association (IDA) countries. A special theme of governance and institutions for IDA18 allows to step up the World Bank Group’s (WBG’s) efforts to support improved governance and institutions. The WBG’s work has promoted openness, transparency, and citizen engagement in order to assure that governments and private sector partners are accountable. Strengthening governance and institutions is a multi-faceted topic, but work in the international community has evolved around five key areas that are critical for growth and development. This note sets out the recent progress of IDA countries in strengthening governance and institutions and then presents some key areas and measures through which IDA18 may help to advance results in this critical area in the years ahead.

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  • 文件日期

    2016/05/26

  • 文件类型

    执董会报告

  • 报告号

    106107

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    世界,

  • 地区

    世界区域,

  • 发布日期

    2016/06/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    International Development Association (IDA) 18 : special theme - governance and institutions

  • 关键词

    Fragile & Conflict-Affected States;conflict and violence;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;finance and markets;information and communication technology;Public Expenditure and Financial Management;Poverty Reduction & Economic Management;Fragility, Conflict, and Violence;quality of service delivery;quality of health services;freedom of information law;access to information law;ownership of state;delivery of health services;accountability of public spending;terms of knowledge;improvement in tax policy;public sector reform;per capita income;Private Sector Growth;Rule of Law;Public Administration Reform;citizen engagement;Public Financial Management;cycle of violence;law and regulation;improved service delivery;peace and development;grievance redress mechanism;removal of barrier;public investment management;reducing income disparities;progressive tax policies;Law and Justice;service delivery functions;segments of society;barrier to woman;taxes on goods;public service delivery;voice and agency;public management system;progress in governance;Financial Management System;diagnostic assessment;private sector partner;Public Procurement System;cancer of corruption;domestic resource mobilization;efficient regulatory system;national procurement system;challenge for governments;institutions for markets;service delivery performance;quality of governance;pandemic preparedness plan;financing development;jobs and growth;inclusion of women;chain of service;governance and institutions;growth and development;redistribution of resource;supply chain management;accountable public institutions;fight against corruption;raising tax rate;allocation of resource;offshore financial center;quality public service;political economy constraint;public sector performance;private sector perspective;Governance and Anticorruption;global knowledge base;central government budget;national anti-corruption;security and development;government to business;Public Sector Governance;resistance to change;human resource management;access to justice;human capital development;public good;Public Services;Public Goods;

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