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Reform and Governance Support Programme (PARG)

PN10346 | Project Completion Report Review Note | 02-Aug-2011

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3) Implementing, in an extremely limited period of two (2) years, numerous and ambitious reforms poses a major risk for the effective implementation of the reform programme.

5) Avoid, to the extent possible, combining highly diversified reforms in the same programme with limited implementation timeframe and always back the reform programmes with institutional support to guarantee maximum success of its implementation

6) Ideally, any balance of payments or budgetary support programme should be systematically followed by an institutional support programme, and not the opposite, in order to have the means of supporting the Government in the effective implementation of reforms undertaken under the programme.

1) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : Avoid combining diversified reforms in the same programme with a very limited implementation time.

2) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : Support or follow up with an institutional capacity-building project, any reform support programme financed by balance of payment support or budget support, with a view to giving Government the resources to effectively implement them.

3) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : Make appropriate arrangements to consolidate PARG’s results, with subsequent support from the country’s various TFPs, as soon as possible.



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