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The countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA) are strengthening how they monitor environmental expenditure in order to ensure that funds are used as cost-effectively as possible.
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The program MIP (Multiyear Investment Plan) is a computer application designed to facilitate muli-year investment planning in municipalities.
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Multi-Year Investment Plan in Ukraine
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The Report on the Demonstration Project MYIP Lutsk Ukraine, written in English, constitutes a report of work conducted for development of a Multi-Year Financial Plan for the City of Lutsk, Ukraine. It presents the entire range of elements implemented as well as a background to the project.
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Report on the Demonstration project MYIP Lutsk Ukraine_Ukranian
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This report presents the main findings of a capacity screening of oblast environmental funds in Ukraine.
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In 1999, Sida and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs published: “Investing for Future Generations, Sweden’s International Response to HIV/AIDS”. Five years later, Sida/UTV commissioned an evaluation to assess implementation of this strategy in Sida.
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Environmental Permitting in Ukraine - Case Study in English
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The purpose of this evaluation is to examine technical assistance (TA) provided by the IMF to its member countries and to derive operational recommendations that can enhance the contribution of TA to the overall IMF mandate. The stated objectives of IMF TA were defined in the most recent policy statement on the subject. “In accord with the IMF's first Article of Agreement, the objective of the IMF's TA program is to contribute to the
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Ukraine has made good progress across a broad front of legal and regulatory issues concerning the general business climate, but the country still needs to address major challenges. From the perspective of investors and legal analysts, a lack in consistency and coherence of legislation can affect investment decisions. Another issue is the institutional capacity of Ukrainian authorities and the judiciary to implement the legislation.