Share your views! Cambodia: How to End Poverty and Share Prosperity More Widely?
The World Bank Group (WBG) is undertaking engagements with stakeholders in Cambodia on the country’s development opportunities, and what can be done to end poverty and share prosperity more widely. The schedule of these meetings is posted on the World Bank Cambodia website. We are using this survey to get feedback from as many stakeholders as possible. Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey. The feedback we get will not be attributed to any individual but will be consolidated, and a summary will be posted in the website.
World Bank – Cambodia Systematic Country Diagnostic
1. Type of organization you work for:
Cambodia: Drivers of Growth and Upcoming Challenges
4. What do you think have been the main drivers of strong growth and poverty reduction in Cambodia over the past two decades? What have been the main factors?
5. Thanks to sustained economic growth, Cambodia became a lower-middle income economy in 2015. What do you think are the main challenges to sustain growth and poverty reduction Cambodia faces going forward (over the next decade or so)?
Cambodia: Areas for Development
6. In your view, what are the crucial development areas for Cambodia to focus actions aimed at ending poverty and share prosperity throughout the country over the next decade? (Please, pick up to 3 priorities)
1. Improving water resource management, protecting households that depend on fisheries
2. Improving public investment management to boost infrastructure
3. Reducing the cost to firm establishment and operation, including improving the doing business, and tackling corruption
4. Moving towards a cheaper and more reliable electricity supply
5. Facilitating domestic savings and private investment
6. Strengthening the regulation and supervision of the financial sector
7. Improving access to financial services – bank accounts, credits for individuals or firms, mobile financial services, investment products, consumer financial education
8. Improving macroeconomic management and reducing dollarization
9. Investing in infrastructure and connectivity for growth and inclusion, including roads and better logistics
10. Improving forest management to reduce/stop degradation
11. Modernizing agriculture through investing in irrigation and facilitating machinery acquisition to improve productivity
12. Public administration reform for public service delivery
13. Invest in reduction of malnutrition to unlock children’s potential and to promote growth and inclusion
14. Investing in pre-primary education
15. Fostering attainment of secondary education and above
16. Improving access to and quality of health services and to protect households from financial shocks related to health spending
17. Consolidating and expanding social protection and social safety nets
18. Putting in a place a strengthened disaster risk management to protect against the impact of floods, droughts, earthquakes, etc.
19. Equality and no discrimination among genders, including LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex people)
20. Supporting information and communication technology adoption, as well as innovation
21. Enhancing the allocation and effectiveness of public expenditure and overall fiscal and debt management
22. Investing in a well-planned urbanization process to accommodate economic transformation
7. Why are the 3 priorities you have selected critical to sustain growth and reduce poverty?
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