Monitoring and Diagnostics

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IFC’s impact assessment and results-measurement system begins with country and sector diagnostics and identification of priorities and potential projects. We have recently introduced a new tool—Country Private Sector Diagnostics (CPSDs)—to identify constraints to private sector investment, pinpoint sectors that have the greatest potential for private sector engagement, and recommend specific activities to drive developmental priorities. This approach enables the World Bank Group, governments, and partners to define development challenges and take concrete actions to address them. It is aligned with the World Bank Group’s Maximizing Finance for Development (MFD) approach, which looks to private sector solutions to reach the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

Working closely with the World Bank, MIGA, and external partners, IFC has completed CPSDs for Ghana and Kazakhstan and have started work in other countries across the globe.