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Myanmar Performance Learning Review of the Country Partnership Framework

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Myanmar Performance Learning Review

In 2015, the World Bank Group (WBG) completed a Country Partnership Framework (CPF), its first full strategy for Myanmar since 1984. The CPF outlines how the global knowledge, financing, and convening services of the WBG can support Myanmar and its people in transforming their country, reducing extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. The CPF covers a period of three years from July 1st, 2014 to June 30th, 2017.  Usually done at mid-course of the CPF implementation, a Performance and Learning Review (PLR) of the CPF was delayed because of the long political transition, thus allowing the new administration to lead the dialogue on the WBG support.
 

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Consultation Phase:
Ongoing
  • FACE TO FACE MEETINGS: June 1, 2017 - June 30, 2017

The PLR aims to:

i. Review achievements and lesson-learned so far

ii. Consider adjustments based on changes in the country and government priorities, lessons learned and availability of new data

iii. Seek views of stakeholders on the proposed changes

A series of public consultations are being held from June 1, 2017 to June 30, 2017 with a wide range of stakeholders in all 14 states and regions, to inform the World Bank Group as it implements the CPF and aims to promote inclusive growth in Myanmar.

Aside from face-to-face consultations, the public is also encouraged to send feedback by email or through the World Bank Myanmar Facebook page.

Schedule for World Bank Group’s Performance and Learning Review Consultation Meetings – 2017 (Ascending date order)

City Country Date Meeting Details

Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region Myanmar June 23, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Yangon Myanmar June 23, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Yangon Myanmar June 23, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Magway, Magway Region Myanmar June 23, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Monywa, Sagaing Region Myanmar June 21, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Taunggyi, Shan State Myanmar June 20, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Dawei, Tanintharyi Region Myanmar June 20, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Bago, Bago Region Myanmar June 20, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Mandalay, Mandalay Region Myanmar June 19, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Sittwe, Rakhine State Myanmar June 14, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Hpa-an, Kayin State Myanmar June 14, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Haka, Chin State Myanmar June 13, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Loikaw, Kayah State Myanmar June 13, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Mawlamyine, Mon State Myanmar June 13, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Myitkyina, Kachin State Myanmar June 08, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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Yangon Myanmar June 01, 2017 Consultation Meetings
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