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Renewing the World Bank Strategy for Africa
Consultations

Following eight months of face-to-face and online consultations with more than 2,000 stakeholders in 36 countries--31 of them in Africa--the World Bank in March 2011 released its new strategy for the Region: Africa's Future and the World Bank's Support to It. To read more about the strategy, please visit the strategy web page. For more information about the consultations process, please see the Consultations Schedule and Documents and the News section below.

Consultations Schedule and Details
15 JUL 2010 Conakry Guinea Multistakeholder
19 JUL 2010 Washington DC USA North America
20 JUL 2010 Pretoria South Africa Country
24-26 JUL 2010 Kampala Uganda Regional Economic Communities
Input Collected So Far
Africa has a very bright future... We have abundant resources which when well harnessed, with suitable governance in place, can turn the continent into one of the wealthiest.
Eliud Akanga
Kenya
Multimedia

Towards a Renewed Strategy for Africa

Views from the Continent
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Supporting Economic Growth for Development in Africa

World Bank Africa Strategy Consultations

Renewing Our Strategy in Africa

World Bank Chief Economist for Africa Shanta Devarajan

Increasing Productivity in Rural Africa

World Bank Chief Economist for Africa Shanta Devarajan

Background Information
News
Resources
More Discussions on the World Bank in Africa
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Ongoing World Bank Consultations
Strategy Timeline
June-September
2010
September-November
2010
November-December
2010
January-March
2011
Phase 1 Consultations: Online and in-person discussions with stakeholders to gather input Review of stakeholder input and preparation of draft strategy Phase 2 Consultations: Online public comment on draft strategy Preparation of final strategy and review of strategy by the World Bank Board of Directors



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