The objective of the First Multi-Sectoral Structural Reform Development Policy Financing Project is to support Government’s efforts in: (i) strengthening governance and management to reduce costs, improve reliability and facilitate equitable access in the energy sector; and (ii) enhancing the legal and regulatory framework to promote competition, investment and equitable access in the ICT sector. Growth and poverty reduction have been sluggish in Senegal over the past 25 years, but more recently growth accelerated and poverty reduction may be following.
Contact: Alioune Ndong
Title: Conseiller Technique
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