The project will limit the scope of engagement to two entry points: Adopting reforms/ policies to improve the regulatory/ investment climate related to business registration and construction permits. We will use the Public Private Dialogue as a tool for supporting the reforms initiative
The project plans to focus on one components:Strenghtening the public and private dialogue and improving the investement climate.
Component 1: Strengthening client capacity to sustain reforms. Activity 1 will leverage on the existing Public Private Dialogue platform and support open platform and support open governance practices, practices by encouraging greater private sector participation for more efficient, effectives and sustainable reforms process. Activity 2 will provide Technical Assistance to the government of CAR to design, coordinate and implement investment climate reforms.
The proposed project is expected to increase public disclosure through improved transparency and dialogue between the public and private sector. PPD is an engagement mechanism which focuses on exchange and identification of reforms and policies in the business environment. If carried out successfully, PPD should enable businesses and entrepreneurs to demand improved services as well as promote greater inclusion and transparency of decision-making in government.
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