According to the Bank's website, this project aims to support fiscal sustainability and inclusion, enhance fiscal and financial resilience against climate and natural disaster risks, and improve the investment climate necessary for sustainable growth. According to the Bank, this will be achieved by: (i) stregthening the institutional mechanisms that underpin fiscal responsibility, attenuates fiscal risks associated with public bodies and improves effectiveness of the social protection system within a sustainable fiscal envelope; (ii) supporting reforms to help ensure that budget planning adequately accounts for contingent liabilities from climate and natural disaster related risks, and that fiscal and monetary resources are sufficient to cope with disaster-related macroeconomic shocks; and (iii) supporting the government's economic growth ageda involving the application of a modern building code, reforms of the development and building applications approval process, trade facilitation and land titling.
Borrower / Client / Recipient
Ministry of Finance and the Public Service: Rose Lemonius-Stewart, Economic Management Division email@example.com
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