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Adequate provisiono f public nfrastructure

IntegratedFramework for Trade Transport Sector and Growth ESW Urban Analysis ESW

Theme: DevelopingHuman Resources

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    PRSP Pillar 2: Develop

human resources and improve access to quality basic services

' Expandaccess to and quality of social service delivery .Maintainor increaseratio o f :xpenditures in health and :ducation sectors to GDP (or :xpenditure inpriority sectors as a rhare o f total expenditures). .Develop and/or strengthen MTEF For priority social sectors. .HIV/AIDS: preventive and :ounseling services in place and a nationwide IEC campaign underway.

EducationSector Project PRODEC- fully pooled Health Sector Project PRODESS Multi-SectoralHIV/AIDS Project PRSC 1 Rural Community-BasedDev't Proj. EducationSector Strategy ESW EducationFor All Initiative Health Sector Issues ESW Poverty Assessment

Theme: Public Finance Management and Governance

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    PRSP Pillar 1: Promote

institutionaldevelopment while improvinggovernance and participation

.Implementaction plan o f the HIPC Expenditure Tracking Assessment

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    Update 1998 CPAR and

implement recommendations

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    Implement action plan o f the

2003 CFAA

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    Significantlyincreasedshare o f

Government procurement subject to competitive bidding

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    Developmento f MTEF as a tool

for annualbudget formulation, progressively integrating key sectors

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    Greater involvement o f

communities, NGOs and other developmentpartners inthe PRSP and poverty reductionprograms

SAC-4 PRSC 1 Rural Community-BasedDev't Proj. Global Distance Learning Center EducationSector Strategy ESW EducationFor All Initiative HealthSector Issues ESW CEM CPAR CFAA PER Poverty Assessment Trust Fund for Statistical Capacity Bldg. PSIA in Cotton Sector JSDF support to NGOs IDF Support to Ministry o f Women

  • VII.

    CONCLUDING REMARKS

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      Mali's PRSP, together with its good track record on economic management and

structural reforms, have laid a solid foundation for the Bank's CAS. It i s expected that Mali's commitment to the objectives o f the PRSP and its strong partnershipwith the World Bank will result in satisfactory implementation o f the PRSP and the CAS. The Bank i s committed to working closely with the Malian authorities and all development partners to reach this goal.

James D. Wolfensohn President by Shengman Zhang

Washington, D.C. July 7,2003

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