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Second economic reform support programme (ERSP II)

PN10269 | Project Completion Report Review Note | 05-Sep-2010





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Lesson(s)
 
1) The programme’s design called for a high number of measures (55) for a fourteen-month implementation period, and with no regard for the country’s limited institutional capacity

2) The weak coherence of reform measures in the logical framework can undermine the achievement of programme objectives.

3) The weak external support coordination and monitoring system prevents optimum collection of a country’s external financing data.

4) Choosing a minimal number of strategic measures as triggers improves programme implementation performance.

5) In a fragile country context, any reform support programme must be accompanied by a suitable stakeholder capacity building action plan.

6) Programmes designed for fragile countries must be sufficiently flexible to adapt to the constraints of the generally weak institutional capacity.


Recommendation(s)
 
2) Recipient(s): Bank : Continue efforts to further improve the coordination of its actions with the other partners within the Budget Support Partnership Framework.

3) Recipient(s): Bank : Ensure better formulation of measures and logical frameworks in programme design.


Ratings

Countrie(s):
Burundi
Sector(s):
Multi-Sector
Project(s)
P-BI-K00-006




Attachment(s)  
Summary Report PN10269_SR_FR PN10269_SR_FR.pdf