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publication October 31, 2023

Kyrgyz Republic Country Partnership Framework 2024-2028

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The Country Partnership Framework (CPF) is a strategic document that will guide the World Bank Group's support to the Kyrgyz Republic during the period 2024-2028.

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The World Bank Group’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for the Kyrgyz Republic 2024-2028 sets out the institution’s strategy for supporting the country’s efforts to build a more resilient and sustainable future for all.

This CPF responds to the Kyrgyz Republic’s National Development Strategy to 2040, elaborated through the National Development Program for 2022-2026, and is based on the World Bank’s extensive analytical work including the recent Systematic Country Diagnostic Update, continuous discussions with the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic, and through consultations with various stakeholders countrywide.

Over the coming five-year period, the World Bank Group will focus its program of support on three high-level outcomes:

  1. Increased Private Sector Led Job Creation: Activities in this area will include strengthening fiscal and state-owned enterprise management, enhancing conditions for business creation and growth, and promoting financial sector deepening and inclusion.
  2. Improved Access to Sustainably Managed Natural Resources: Activities in this area will include increasing access and efficiency in the water and agricultural sectors, enhancing sustainability in the energy sector, and strengthening the resilience of infrastructure against climate and disaster risks.
  3. Enhanced Human Capital and Empowerment of Vulnerable Populations: Activities in this area will include improving service delivery for human capital development and enhancing economic empowerment and voice of vulnerable groups.

The CPF ensures continuity with the previous program but introduces important shifts in focus and approach. There is greater selectivity in the program that focuses World Bank Group financing on energy, water, and agriculture—with an emphasis on attracting private investment and enhancing climate resilience. Overall, the World Bank Group will take a pragmatic and flexible approach to the delivery of the CPF program, enhancing its ambition, and particularly support to drive key reforms.