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Control Institutions Support Project (PAIC)

PN10353 | Project Completion Report Review Note | 16-Aug-2011

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1) The relevance of the approach chosen, which made it possible to provide a comprehensive response to specific challenges confronting the budgetary control function in Benin.

2) Difficulties in implementing certain reforms, particularly those related to the audit of public finances, given their complexity and the political dimension.

3) The particularly weak capacity in procurements, where risk was not sufficiently analyzed and the inadequate mitigative measures

4) It is difficult to collect indicators in the absence of an indicator monitoring plan. This also hampers the implementation of results-based programmes.

5) Inadequate distinction between objectives and outcomes in the short, medium and long term can lead to setting unrealistic targets.

2) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : The Bank and the Borrower must specify the short, medium and long-term objectives of a public finance and control reform project, to avoid setting unrealistic short and medium-term objectives.

3) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : The Borrower, with the Bank’s support, must retain monitoring indicators that can be provided by the structures, and adopt an explicit plan for their implementation and monitoring with the necessary resources.

4) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : The Borrower should also strengthen its own capacity to motivate and retain its staff and ensure the maintenance of property procured under the project. Better internal resource mobilization is crucial in that regard. The Bank could provide support especi

5) Recipient(s): Beneficiary : Prepare a procurement plan and procurement files before actual project commencement or from commencement.



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