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Additions to IDA resources : Fourteenth Replenishment (IDA14) - working together to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (Inglés)

As the world's largest provider of financial resources to low-income countries, with little or no access to market-based financing, the International Development Association (IDA) is a cornerstone of the global effort to help those countries achieve their development objectives. IDA is a key supporter of the partnership between developed and developing countries around the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), helping countries make the policy improvements needed to ensure that increased donor funds, channeled through IDA and other agencies, can be used as effectively as possible. Given the time it takes to reap the benefits of investments in growth and poverty reduction, the three years of the IDA14 Replenishment Period (2005-2008), represent a critical juncture in the effort that low-income countries are making to reach these goals. The policy, operational, and financial framework that underpins IDA'S effort to reduce global poverty, builds on the guidance set out in successive replenishment documents. This report sets out the key elements of IDA's current strategic framework, and recommends that this framework continue to be implemented as IDA's basic development approach. The report also sets forth additional recommendations to strengthen IDA's effectiveness as a development agency, and as a partner to poor countries. The recommendations contained in this report center on five special themes: 1) growth in IDA countries; 2) private sector development; 3) a new system for allocating grants, designed to help IDA countries ensure debt sustainability; 4) a new results measurement system for IDA14; and, 5) improving how IDA works with development partners. Additional recommendations span all of IDA's work, relating to transparency, disclosure, the allocation of IDA resources, and finally, IDA's finances and the size of the IDA14 replenishment.


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    Additions to IDA resources : Fourteenth Replenishment (IDA14) - working together to achieve the Millennium Development Goals

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