Burkina Faso

Date of publication
August 2014

The authors present evidence that in
Burkina Faso, certain high-performing local institutions
contribute to equitable economic development. They link

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
August 2012

More than 90 percent of the population
in the Sahel lives on agriculture. The fact that crop
production has not kept up with population growth during the

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
June 2012

Linking growth and poverty is a crucial element for evaluating the effectiveness of government policies under the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) process.

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
June 2012

The objective of the Diagnostic Trade
Integration Study (DTIS) is to build the foundation for
accelerated growth by enhancing the integration of its

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
February 2013

The main conclusion of Country Economic
Memorandum is that the previous model of extensive growth

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

Burkina Faso is one of the priority
countries of the World Bank's Disaster Risk Management
(DRM) team for 2009 to 2011. this country note on Disaster

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
June 2014

This economy profile presents the Doing
Business indicators for Burkina Faso. In a series of annual
reports, Doing Business assesses regulations affecting

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2013

The Government of Burkina Faso (GoBF)
has indicated that it wishes to relocate the current
international airport of Ouagadougou, which lies close to

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
August 2015

The rural sector, defined here as the
economic sector that falls under the scope of the Ministry
of Agriculture and Water (MAH), the Ministry of Animal

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
October 2013

Burkina Faso's Poverty Reduction
Strategies (PRS) of the 2000s, which were implemented as
annually rolled-over Priority Action Programs, focused on

Publisher
World Bank Group

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