The development objectives of Domestic Resource Mobilization and Management Project for Chad is to improve performance, processes, and transparency in key government entities for revenue mobilization. This project has three components. 1) The first component, Results-based Financing to Support Change Management in Customs and Tax administrations. The second component, Technical Assistance to Strengthen Revenue Agencies, aims to provide specialized TA, including technical experts for each area of intervention, to improve transparency, and increase accountability of the tax and customs administrations, petroleum, and telecom for revenue mobilization and management. The third component, Project Management and Coordination, aims to support the ST-PAMFIP—a dedicated Project Implementation Unit embedded in the MoFB—to undertake project management, in accordance with the World Bank’s fiduciary and other guidelines, including incremental operating costs, equipment, training on fiduciary and project management issues.
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