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Ongoing dialogue between the World Bank Group and stakeholders—government, civil society, media, academia, the private sector and others—is a critical aspect of our work. Tapping into a broad range of perspectives strengthens the outcomes and accountability of our engagement and helps build enduring partnerships. It is through this dialogue that we can help implement more effective solutions to local, regional and global development challenges. This website is a platform to inform and consult with interested and affected parties on select areas of our work, such as new policies or changes to regulations, Country Partnership Strategies, and global thematic studies and programs. Below is a list of consultations currently being held in various countries on different topics. Additional consultations may take place through face-to-face engagements and other digital channels.

Myanmar Systematic Country Diagnostic Consultations

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Myanmar Systematic Country Diagnostic Consultations

The World Bank Group has started the preparation of the Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) for Myanmar.  To make it relevant in highlighting pathways to achieving poverty reduction and shared prosperity, we welcome views and contributions from civil society organizations, the academic community, think tanks, the private sector and citizens.

To inform the SCD, the World Bank Group will undertake public consultations to discuss the most binding constraints that Myanmar faces in achieving the twin goals of extreme poverty reduction and shared prosperity, and the main opportunities it can embrace in doing so.

Consultations will take place over January 2019 - February 2019.

The SCD team will meet with a wide range of stakeholders, including government counterparts (national and sub-national), development partners, private sector representatives, and civil society.
In addition to face-to-face consultation, online avenues will allow people to submit questions and comments.

Consultation Phase:
January 25, 2019 to February 06, 2019
  • January 25, 2019

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