Georgia: Country Partnership Strategy (2014-2018)

Institutional Document | December 2014
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The Country Partnership Strategy for 2014–2018 is aligned with ADB's midterm review of Strategy 2020 and its comparative strengths, and the government’s Socio-economic Development Strategy of Georgia (Georgia 2020). The new strategy also complements efforts by other development partners.

The CPS seeks to foster inclusive economic growth, while enhancing regional connectivity and ensuring environmentally sustainable growth. Its priority sectors (transport, water supply and sanitation, energy, public sector management, and finance) are within ADB’s core areas of operations. Common drivers of change in Georgia 2020 and the CPS include private sector development, governance and capacity development, and knowledge solutions.

Contents

  • Country at a Glance
  • Development Trends and Issues
  • The Country Strategy
  • Strategy Implementation
  • Results Management
  • Appendixes

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Countries
  • Georgia

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