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Supporting the Government of Madagascar to achieve inclusive and resilient growth through more job opportunities, better human capital outcomes, and resilience against shocks are key elements of the World Bank Group’s (WBG) new 2023-2027 Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Madagascar.
Madagascar: New World Bank Group Strategy Focuses on Job Opportunities, Human Capital, and Resilience