Supporting Administrative Reform of Social Security in Vietnam
The government of Vietnam (GOV) wanted to reform its inadequate and corrupt social security administration in favor of a modern, fair, and transparent system. Although the government had outlined a strategy, it felt that the country did not have the institutional capacity to implement it, and so it looked to the World Bank for help.
Providing country: Latvia, Bulgaria, Turkey
Receiving country: Vietnam
Strengthening the Public Internal Control System and the Internal Audit Function in Brazil
The economic recession in 2015 in Brazil was exacerbated by a weak public sector internal control system (PIC), which was not strong enough to curb corruption. Brazil, whose democratic constitution stemmed only from 1988, needed to learn to how to approach strengthening PIC.
Providing country: Bulgaria, Croatia
Receiving country: Brazil