According to the bank website, "The present intervention concerns the Guinea Project for Digitisation of Government Payments in the Mano River Union (DIGIGOV_MRU) countries. This project is implemented in three countries, namely: Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. It aims is to create within the targeted countries a digital payments ecosystem that will ensure public resource management transparency, security and optimisation."
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