The World Bank is set to unveil a series of ‘Policy Notes’ on Tuesday, presenting critical policy shifts aimed at shaping Pakistan’s future. These policy recommendations cover key areas crucial for the nation’s development, with a focus on achieving fiscal sustainability, fostering private sector growth, addressing energy challenges, combating stunting and learning poverty, promoting agricultural development, and addressing climate change concerns.

Compiled after extensive months of dialogue, these policy notes are part of the initiative titled “Reforms for a Brighter Future: Time to Decide.” The comprehensive approach is designed to steer Pakistan towards a path of sustainable, resilient, and healthy growth.

The launch event will not only reveal the findings derived from outreach and engagements conducted throughout the country but will also contribute to the ongoing public policy dialogue. This discussion aims to guide Pakistan in making informed decisions to ensure productivity, sustainability, and resilience in the face of economic and environmental challenges.

The event is expected to feature opening remarks from the World Bank Country Director for Pakistan, Najy Benhassine, offering valuable insights. Additionally, the audience will benefit from a keynote address by the World Bank Regional Vice President for South Asia, Martin Raiser. The agenda also includes focused discussion sessions on two critical issues: Pakistan’s human capital crisis and addressing macro-fiscal challenges faced by the country.

As Pakistan looks towards a brighter future, these policy notes and discussions are poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the nation’s trajectory for years to come.


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