Consultations for Mongolia Country Partnership Framework 2019 to 2024

An Update on Mongolia Country Partnership Strategy and Performance Learning Review

The current Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for Mongolia was initially prepared for FY2013-2017 and was extended to Dec 31, 2017. The new Country Partnership Framework (CPF), which was planned to be prepared afterwards was postponed. It is now planned for FY2021 to align with political cycles in Mongolia. Meanwhile, the World Bank is preparing a Performance and Learning Review (PLR), which would update the current CPS and extend it up to Dec 31, 2020.  The decision to extend the current CPS  was made in consultation with the Mongolian authorities. The PLR has been published on our website after its Board approval in Dec 2019. We thank all stakeholders who have participated in the CPF consultation so far. Their inputs have been extremely valuable and will be taken on board when we re-start the CPF process in 2020. We also plan to consult again with stakeholders once the updated draft is available.

Consultation Phase
Closed
Face-to-face meetings: 08/30/2017 - 10/06/2017

People in Mongolia can voice their views in a series of public engagements with the World Bank Group from August to September 2017. Views are sought on Mongolia's development, challenges and priorities as well critical areas where World Bank Group support would have the biggest impact in promoting sustainable poverty reduction and shared prosperity.

The Engagement Process

The engagement process includes both face-to-face meetings and an online/web-based platform to enable participation by a wide range of stakeholders.

This engagement web page includes background materials that interested stakeholders can use to provide their input. These materials are available in Mongolian and English language.

Aside from face-to-face meetings, stakeholders can send their feedback and input by e-mail to the World Bank office in Ulaanbaatar, [email protected], or through the online questionnaire.

Completed Meetings

Date Title Location

Meeting with stakeholders from the Eastern region

Documents
Chinggis, Mongolia

Meeting with civil society organizations

Documents
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Meeting with stakeholders from the Western region

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Khovd, Mongolia

Meeting with stakeholders from the Central region

Documents
Dalanzadgad, Mongolia

Metting with International NGOs

Documents
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Meeting with Ulaanbataar city officials

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with stakeholders from the Khangai region

Documents
Erdenet, Mongolia

Meeting with stakeholders from the Central region

Documents
Darkhan, Mongolia

Meeting with development partners

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with private sector (international)

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with private sector (domestic)

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with civil society organizations

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with government (line ministries and agencies)

Documents
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Meeting with Academia, think-tanks

Documents
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Consultation Phase
Closed
12/21/2018 - 02/28/2019

Let your voice be heard!

In your view, what are the critical areas where the World Bank Group support would have the biggest impact in promoting sustainable poverty reduction and shared prosperity?

The first round of engagements to gather feedback on key opportunities and challenges to ending poverty and boosting shared prosperity in Mongolia as well as potential WBG support areas was organized in August–October 2017. More than 400 stakeholders from government, Parliament, development partners, civil society organizations and private sector in Ulaanbaatar and 4 regions shared their views through face-to-face meetings and online surveys. The analytical document on Mongolia’s development challenges and opportunities in which the feedback from previous round of engagement was considered is available at here.

The preparation of the new strategy will be informed by the conclusions of this diagnostic, feedback from the stakeholders received during the engagement meetings and online consultations, Mongolia’s development strategy, as well as analytical studies produced by the World Bank.

On the basis of all the above documents and engagements, we have identified the following focus areas of intervention: Improving Governance; Increasing Competitiveness; Strengthening Human Development and Resilience.

What do you think?

Here are a few questions to get the deliberations rolling:

1. In your view, what should the principal objective of the World Bank’s strategy in Mongolia be for the next five years?
2. Do you think that the areas of engagement identified by the World Bank are appropriate? If not, what three principal development priorities would you propose?
3. What are the main risks that are likely to impede the implementation of the World Bank’s support in Mongolia?
4. Are there areas where you think the WBG should not engage in Mongolia?

We Want to Hear From You

As part of your contribution to the future development of your country, you are invited to share your views on the questions posed above or on any other issue that you might consider more appropriate.

Please send your suggestions or comments by email to [email protected]. These consultations will continue online until February 28, 2019.

We will publish a summary of the results of these consultations on this website once they are completed.

For more information, please consult background documents, SCD and summary of the CPF available in the ‘Documents and Links’ section of this website.

Completed Meetings

Date Title Location

Meeting with donors and development partners

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Mongolia

Meeting with academia

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Mongolia

Meeting with CSOs

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Mongolia

Meeting with private sector

Documents
Mongolia
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