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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 – Egypt: Country Partnership Framework 2015-2019

The World Bank Group is preparing a Country Partnership Framework (CPF) to guide the support to Egypt’s development over the next years (2015-2019). We want to hear your views on Egypt’s challenges and the role of the World Bank Group as Egypt’s development partner. The Country Partnership Framework website has background information on previous and current engagement, and details for the consultations. The online consultations are ongoing and are expected to continue through the end of the face-to-face consultation meetings. Please take a look, fill out this short survey and be a part of developing the framework.

Here are a number of questions that will help us understand the main challenges facing Egypt as well as the areas where the World Bank Group can help. We have listed some of the issues, but we want to you to share your opinion of issues that are missing. Please read the questions carefully and indicate your position on the scale provided.

Very low Low Medium High Very High
Reducing unemployment
Expanding youth opportunities
Developing lagging regions
Making cities better to live in
Making social safety nets reach the most marginalized
Decreasing corruption and increasing the voice of citizens
Increasing women’s role in society
Making health services better
Getting good education to the people
Encouraging investments and private sector development
Improving the agricultural sector
Improving water and sanitation related issues
Promoting renewable energy and energy management
Improving transport
Improving urban development and the living situation for the most marginalized groups
Inclusion of people with special needs
Other*
Not Optimistic Less Optimistic Somewhat Optimistic Optimistic Very Optimistic
Reducing unemployment
Expanding youth opportunities
Developing lagging regions
Making cities better to live in
Making social safety nets reach the most marginalized
Decreasing corruption and increasing the voice of citizens
Increasing women’s role in society
Making health services better
Getting good education to the people
Encouraging investments and private sector development
Improving the agricultural sector
Improving water and sanitation related issues
Promoting renewable energy and energy management
Improving transport
Improving urban development and the living situation for the most marginalized groups
Inclusion of people with special needs
Other*
Very low Low Medium High Very High
Reducing unemployment
Expanding youth opportunities
Developing lagging regions
Making cities better to live in
Making social safety nets reach the most marginalized
Decreasing corruption and increasing the voice of citizens
Increasing women’s role in society
Making health services better
Getting good education to the people
Encouraging investments and private sector development
Improving the agricultural sector
Improving water and sanitation related issues
Promoting renewable energy and energy management
Improving transport
Improving urban development and the living situation for the most marginalized groups
Inclusion of people with special needs
Other*

4. How should the World Bank Group support Egypt in overcoming these challenges?

5. How can WBG best listen to the Egyptian people and engage citizens in the work program?

6. Any additional comments?

7. Voluntary Background Information

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