Post-Conflict Country Initiative Documents (PCC)

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Liberia - Proposal for Arrears Clearance under the Arrears Clearance Programme and Post-Conflict Country Facility
11/04/2008 00:00
Liberia - Proposal for Arrears Clearance under the Arrears Clearance Programme and Post-Conflict Country Facility
On July 19, 2004, the Boards of Directors of the Bank Group approved general policy guidelines for assisting post-conflict countries (PCCs) to clear their arrears to the Bank Group. The newly approved policy guidelines stipulate that arrears clearance programs for PCCs must: (i) create an opportunity for a sustainable normalization of relations with the Bank Group; (ii) lead to positive net transfers to the PCC; (iii) be configured on a case-by-case basis in close coordination with other International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and the Donor community; and (iv) comply with other key financial policies and practices of the Bank Group.Read more
Comoros - Proposal for Arrears Clearance under the Arrears Clearance Programme And Post-Conflict Country Facility
06/12/2007 00:00
Comoros - Proposal for Arrears Clearance under the Arrears Clearance Programme And Post-Conflict Country Facility
Following the establishment of the post-conflict country assistance programme, the Bank Group Board of Directors in July 2004 approved a general policy framework to support Post-Conflict countries (PCC) in clearing their arrears owed to the Bank Group. The guidelines for the framework require that proposals for assistance submitted entail: (i) sustainable normalization of relations with the Bank Group; (ii) positive net transfers in favor of the PCC; (iii) case–by-case approach in close collaboration with other IFI (International Finance Institutions) and the donor community; and, (iv) coherence with key Bank Group financial practices and policies. In line with these principles, this paper proposes a specific arrears clearance programme for Comoros, within the general policy framework for settlement of PCC arrears to the Bank Group.Read more

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