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gac in east asia & pacific

The World Bank’s governance work in East Asia and the Pacific can be assessed under four cross cutting key themes:

- Understanding country governance
- Reducing risk
- Being Sector Specific
- Supporting system change

About GAC in East Asia & Pacific

Three core principles guide governance work in EAP. First, improving governance requires leadership and coalition building. Second, partners outside the Bank must play the leading role in coalitions if improvements are to be sustained. Third, learning, experimentation, adaptation, and knowledge sharing are fundamental to address governance challenges.

The World Bank East Asia promotes improved governance across the region. Efforts to strengthen transparency, accountability, and efficient use of public authority feature in all our country dialogues, analytical exercises, and lending operations and we support these efforts by:

- Contributing to regional, country, sector, and project-level strategies to improve governance;

- Supporting efforts to improve governance at the country, sector, and project level;

- Strengthening relationships with key national, muli-lateral and civil society stakeholders active in governance.

The GAC Learning Events in the region characterize these efforts.

GAC in east asia & pacific Countries

EAP Countries in GAC Focus
Efforts to improve governance is a feature found in country engagement strategies across the region. Cambodia, Mongolia, Indonesia and the Philippines have been designated by the region as "pilot CGAC countries" based upon the centrality of governance issues in their overall development strategy.

These countries are pursuing innovative strategies to engage their partners and clients on governance issues. But good governance is important for all countries in the East Asia and Pacific Region. The following link documents the efforts in good governance made by each country in the region.




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