As Nigeria looks to lift 100 million people out of poverty in the next 10 years, the World Bank Group (WBG) and the Government of Nigeria are preparing a new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) which will outline the WBG’s support to the country’s development priorities through 2025.

With input from a wide range of stakeholders, the WBG prepared a Systematic Country Diagnostic report (SCD) which analyzes the binding constraints of Nigeria’s journey towards achieving full economic growth.

From now through April 2020, we are expanding our reach to include feedback and views from all Nigerian citizens, as well as civil society organizations, development partners, the academic community and the private sector on the planned CPF for Nigeria.

Here are some questions to consider in your feedback:

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* 1. Are the CPF proposed areas of interventions appropriate? If not, what areas should we focus on?

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* 2. How should the WBG support Nigeria’s Development Agenda?

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* 3. In your opinion, what are the most important reforms that the government should put in place to achieve the objective of lifting 100 million people out of poverty?

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