Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jun 9, 2022
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According to the bank website, the project consists of a loan to the Republic of Cabo Verde to finance the E-Governance and Public Administration Modernisation Programme - Phase I (E-PAMP-I). PAMP-I is the first phase of a programme-based budget support operation covering fiscal years 2021 and 2022. E-PAMP-I presents the multi-annual framework of the programme and provides a list of measures considered as indicative triggers for phase II. The programme-based approach helps improve aid predictability and facilitates alignment with the country's development policies. The proposed E-PAMP-I is structured around two components. Component 1 focuses on E-Governance and public administration modernisation and intends to improve transparency and public service delivery through e-governance and administration modernisation. Component 2 focuses on Digital competitiveness / E-Competitiveness.
The objective of the programme is to improve digital efficiency for enhanced public service provision, administration modernisation, transparency and increased private sector investment.
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