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BRIEFAugust 24, 2022

Consultations: Moldova’s Country Partnership Framework for 2023-27


The World Bank Group has been in the process of preparing its new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) with Moldova for the period 2023 - 2027.

The CPF lays out the main development objectives which the World Bank Group aims to help the country achieve and it proposes a selective and flexible program of interventions for this purpose. The objectives are selected to reflect the Government’s priorities and the main development constraints of the country, based on analytical foundations discussed in the WBG Systematic Country Diagnosis (SCD).

The preparation process of the CPF involves consultations with different stakeholders, including the government, international financial institutions, civil society, and private sector representatives, to exchange views on the country’s development opportunities and how the World Bank Group can help address them.

The consultation process includes both face-to-face and online consultations. The process started in spring 2022 with strategic discussions with the Government about Moldova’s development priorities and challenges.

The objective of the consultations, which will last until October 2022, is to seek broader feedback and comments from all interested parties. We expect to hear views from various groups and individuals to help finalize the CPF, and to help measure progress in achieving the country’s development objectives.

Share your views till September 15, 2022. Let us know what you think by sending your comments or suggestions to the World Bank team at Please indicate Moldova CPF Online Consultations in the subject line of your message.

Guiding Questions

·       Here are some questions to consider in your feedback:

·       What do you think are the most important development priorities for Moldova?

·       How should the World Bank Group support Moldova’s development agenda?

·       What are the most important reforms that the Government of Moldova should put in place?

·       What should the World Bank Group change to improve the effectiveness of its programs?