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Kosovo Country Partnership Strategy 2012 - 2015

Kosovo Country Partnership Strategy 2012 - 2015

May 29, 2012

Executive Summary - This Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for FY12-15 is the first to be prepared since Kosovo declared independence in February 2008 and became a member of the World Bank Group (WBG) in mid-2009. The CPS follows a series of Interim Strategy Notes (ISNs) implemented over the last decade and is closely aligned with the national development priorities set by the Government.

With high and persistent rates of poverty and unemployment (particularly among youth and women), the central development challenge confronting Kosovo today concerns how to forge an economic growth path that sustainably creates more opportunity and high-quality jobs for its growing, youthful population. Kosovo’s growth model has thus far been based largely on public investment and the availability of external sources... Read Full Report

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Results in Kosovo: Videos and Stories
Cleaning the Ash and the Chemical Waste--Legacy of Coal-BurningSupporting Youth Development in KosovoIn Kosovo: Helping Businesses and Communities Help Themselves
Cleaning the Ash and the Chemical Waste—Legacy of Coal-BurningSupporting Youth Development in KosovoIn Kosovo: Helping Businesses and Communities Help Themselves
Strengthening Kosovo's Capacity to Prevent Flu PandemicsDoing Business More Easily in Kosovo
Strengthening Kosovo's Capacity to Prevent Flu PandemicsDoing Business More Easily in Kosovo




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