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The World Bank Group Consultation Hub provides a one-stop shop for everybody interested in consultations hosted by the World Bank Group. On this Hub, you can find all ongoing and planned consultations as well as those that were closed within the past year. Here you can find information on the subject of consultation, the scope and process of consultation, and on how you can contribute your views to the World Bank Group's decision-making process. The map illustrates where consultative meetings are held. We invite you to browse through all opportunities to submit feedback or search for specific consultations in a region or country or on a specific topic. You can also review feedback submitted by our stakeholders on a range of topics. Your views matter to the World Bank Group.

SHARE YOUR VIEWS – Cambodia Consultation Survey

The World Bank Group is preparing an Interim Strategy Note (ISN) to guide its support to Cambodia’s development over the next two years (2014-2015). An ISN covers a period of up to 24 months and provides a framework for the World Bank Group’s engagement in a client country until a full-fledged strategy and Country Partnership Framework can be developed.

We would like to hear your views on Cambodia's development and the role the World Bank Group can play in helping the country achieve its development goals.

Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey below so your views can be heard.

The on-line consultations are ongoing and are expected to continue through the end of the face-to-face consultation meetings.

Questions

1. The World Bank Group's goals are to help countries end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity. To contribute to these goals in Cambodia, in which three priority areas should the Bank focus its attention and resources in the next two years? (Please choose three)

2. We are proposing to build the new ISN around three main pillars or focus areas:

  • Supporting inclusive growth and job creation,
  • Targeting the poor and vulnerable, and
  • Improving government effectiveness. 

In your view, do these three areas reflect Cambodia’s most pressing needs?

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