As stated by the IFC, the project will work with the Ministry of Trade and Industry and other stakeholders in development and implementation of an institutional framework to underpin the effective implementation of the Control of Goods Act.
The project will be implemented within two components namely:
I. Policy review of institutional structure for COGA implementation: This component will focus on the effectiveness of the licensing regime, drawing of regional and global lessons, and reconciliation and modalities of data on exports, and the National Food Balance Sheet, respectively; and
II. Reform implementation and capacity building: This component will support the development of procedures for implementation and institutional coordination, regulatory reform, automation, awareness and public-private dialogue.
The project is expected to lead to an increase in export of maize by 10%.
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