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Uruguay - Social Program Development Policy Loan Project (Английский)

Ratings for the Social Program Development Policy Loan Project in Uruguay were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was low or negligible, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the borrower performance was satisfactory. Lessons learned were as follows: (1) In Middle-Income Countries with highly skilled government staff, it is critical to adopt a social participatory and consultative process in the preparation of the operations. Continuous dialogue with official counterparts and independent analysts simplified the team's work during preparation, as the main sectors and policies to be supported were clearly identified; (2) the institutional restrictions of a new administration must be taken into account when preparing an operation. The context in which policy reforms are designed and implemented at the time a new government takes office necessarily generates additional restrictions that must be taken in consideration when designing an operation; and (3) a one-tranche DPL can be an effective instrument for the Bank to provide continuity to reform efforts and lay the foundations for programmatic sector dialogue when a new administration takes office.

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    Uruguay - Social Program Development Policy Loan Project

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