Georgia Country Partnership Framework 2018-2022
The World Bank Group is currently designing its new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Georgia for the period July 2018 to June 2022. The CPF will outline the Group’s support to Georgia over the coming 5 years, and is closely aligned with the country’s national development priorities.
During the design and preparation of the CPF, the Group is holding a series of consultations with key stakeholders, including the general public, to obtain a wide range of perspectives on the proposed program for Georgia.
The CPF also draws significantly upon lessons learned from the Systematic Country Diagnostic for Georgia, an in-depth analysis of how the country can end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity in a way that is fiscally, socially and environmentally sustainable.
Upon completion of the Systematic Country Diagnostic and the Country Partnership Framework, both documents will be made available to the public on the World Bank in Georgia website.
To help guide our support to Georgia’s sustainable development and inclusive growth agenda, we would like to hear your views on specific questions related to Georgia’s development priorities. We also want to hear your insights into the real challenges faced by citizens in their daily lives.
We welcome feedback from our government counterparts (national, regional and local), development partners, civil society organizations, the academic community, think-tanks, individual experts and citizens.
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Through both online consultations and face-to-face discussions during November 30, 2017 - January 20, 2018, we are seeking the opinions of Georgians on how best to help Georgia fully unlock its economic potential and meet its development challenges.
If you have more to share, please send us an email with your ideas and suggestions to this email address: email@example.com
We very much appreciate hearing from you!
- The World Bank Group in Georgia Team