According to bank documents, the project's objective is "to: (i) Improve public financial management with respect to financial and physical assets; and (ii) support the prospects for inclusive growth by strengthening fisheries sector management and improving access to basic services."
Anna Elizabeth Robinson, Virginia Ann Horscroft
Republic of Kiribati
Naomi Biribo, Secretary to Cabinet, Office of the President
Ministry for Finance and Economic Development
Benjamin Tokataake, Secretary
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