Sri Lanka's country context has evolved and changed in recent years. A 26 year long armed conflict ended in 2009. Since then, Sri Lanka has seen high growth at around 8% annually and 6.4% in 2012 driven by strong private sector demand, both in consumption and investment, and the public sector contributing through large infrastructure projects. Sustaining this level of growth will largely depend on fostering private sector development and private investment. Sri Lanka is now a middle-income country. Its demographics and health profile are changing. With an aging population, the share of the population at working age is reducing and, as in other MIC's, non-communicable diseases are on the rise, such as diabetes. In recognition of its growth and economic stability, Sri Lanka has acquired access to International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) financing as of FY12, allowing for significantly increased financial support from the World Bank during the coming years.