Previous TAs on enhancing project implementation and capacity building and country systems have started to build the capacity of executing and implementing agencies (EAs/IAs), in the areas of project administration, procurement and financial management, following Government's promulgation of the sub decree on Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in 2012. The TAs provided support in operationalizing the sub decree and conducted training programs. However the outreach has been rather limited and performance has been uneven; aspects relating to utilizing knowledge of good implementation practices has also been limited and will need greater attention.
According to bank documents, the Technical Assistance also builds on the implementation of the National Strategic Development Strategy (NSDP) 2014-2018 and in relation to areas of project administration, procurement and financial management, following Government's promulgation of the sub decree on Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in 2012. The previous Technical Assistance provided support in operationalizing the sub decree and conducted training programs.
Ministry of Economy and Finance
H.E. Pen Thirong, Director General of General Department of International Cooperation and Debt Management, Ministry of Economy and Finance
Street 92, Sangkat Wat Phnom Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh City Cambodia
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