PDI-1 Country with operational national development strategies (rating) in Nigeria was reported at 2 in 2010, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources. Nigeria - PDI-1 Country with operational national development strategies (rating) - actual values, historical data, forecasts and projections were sourced from the World Bank on August of 2020.

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Country's national development strategy is linked to medium-term expenditure framework and reflected in annual budgets. The degree to which governments take the lead in co-ordinating aid-funded activities is the subject of a specific commitment in the Paris Declaration. It is also a variable that seems to be subject to significant changes over time. Another dimension of ownership is the degree to which countries have development strategies that are clear and well operationalised, so that development efforts are effective and there is a robust basis for the alignment of aid with country policies. This is based on the World Bank's Results-Based National Development Strategies: Assessment and Challenges Ahead Report. Categorical where "A" assigned a value of 1; "B" assigned a value of 2; "C" assigned a value of 3; "D" assigned a value of 4; "E" assigned a value of 5; and "N/A" assigned a value of 6. Indicators 3 to 12 (but not Indictor 8) are drawn from the Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration for each respective year.

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