There is a shared recognition that long-term, substantial targeted support is required to move Haiti onto a path of sustained development that delivers economic growth as well as solutions to enduring social and environmental problems. It is equally recognized that strong Haitian ownership is sine qua non for this long-term support to be effective. The IDB's country strategy identifies six priority sectors that have the potential to transform substantially and sustainably Haiti’s economy and society: education; private sector development; energy (particularly electricity); water and sanitation; agriculture and transport. The strategy anticipates the promotion of inter-sectorial coordination as well as enhanced national ownership particularly by those stakeholders outside Port-au-Prince, strengthened institutional capacity, a substantial participation of all private sector windows of the Bank and strategic donor coordination, integrated investments and partnership alliances. The Bank's country strategy calls for a technical cooperation and knowledge program consistent with the country's priorities as well as complementary to and supporting of the Bank's operations.