According to bank documents, the project objective is to strengthen public service delivery capacity at the municipal level and support the reconstruction of key urban
infrastructure in targeted areas.
The following four components are proposed for a duration of five years:
Project Management. (US$ 10m). This component will finance both the overall project management costs of the project as well as the capacity building of the project and municipal staff who will implement and manage the project. Specifically, this component will finance costs related to staffing of a Project Coordination Unit (PCU) located in a federal level line ministry such as the Ministry of Public Works as well as the PIUs at the municipal level in al target cities.
Zishan Faiza Karim, Makiko Watanabe
Sr Urban Spec.
Ministry of Finance
Benadir Regional Administration/Mogadishu Municipality
Abdirahman Omar Osman
Baidoa Municipality/South West State
Abdullahi Ali Watiin
Ibrahim Mohamed Yusuf
Ahmed Said Muse
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