Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Feb 27, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Jul 31, 2017
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The aim of Liberia Rising 2030 is to transform Liberia into a more prosperous and inclusive society and to achie ve middle income country status by 2030. Liberia’s primary development challenges relate to sustaining the peace, achieving economic transformation, human development and improving governance and public institutions.
Specifically, the objectives of the PRSDPO-IV are to:
(i) strengthen governance with particular emphasis on transparency and accountability as well as budget execution and oversight;
(ii) address key constraints to growth, including electricity; and
(iii) improve human capital development parti cularly through improved access to education and health. The objectives of the proposed operation remain relevant in the wake of the Ebola and commodity price crises and in fact proposed reforms are intended to build resilience to such shocks in the future.
Contact: Alvin Attah
Title: Deputy Minister for Economic Management
Tel: + 231088699222
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