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2012 Strategy Consultations: Status

Available in: русский

During the period of August 2-9, the World Bank Group mission held a round of consultations on the new partnership Strategy with representatives of Turkmen ministries and agencies, international donor community, private sector and civil society.

The consultations were held in the format of various presentations delivered by the World Bank Group staff describing the main directions of the proposed strategy and specific sector activities, and followed by discussions, to receive comments and seek feedback from different stakeholders to enhance the focus of the specific areas to be covered under the partnership program for the period until June 30, 2014. The partnership Strategy is expected to cover such areas as: private and financial sector development, macroeconomic management and climate change adaptation and mitigation issues to support Government’s long-term socio-economic development program for the benefit of Turkmen people.

After addressing the comments and feedback obtained during the consultations, the Strategy document is expected to be presented to the World Bank Board of Executive Directors early 2013 for its consideration.

The presentations delivered during these Consultations are available for download in PDF format.

Please submit your comments and suggestions on the proposed Strategy by December 15, 2012 at

Strategy summary:

The Interim Strategy summary is available (in pdf) in the following languages: 
English / на русском / türkmençe 


1. Main presentation (English / на русском / türkmençe)

2. Economic Overview - PREM (English / на русском)

3. Private and Financial Sector Development - ECSPF (English / на русском)

4. International Finance Corporation - IFC (English / на русском)

5. Environment (English / на русском)


Related: Notification of upcoming consultations published on July 24, 2012 


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