According to bank documents, the proposed project aims "To expand access to the internet, promote private sector investment in climate resilient digital services, and establish the critical foundations for digital government services and the digital economy in the Recipient’s territory."
James L. Neumann, Natasha Beschorner
Republic of theMarshall Islands
Ministry of Finance
Alfred Alfred, Jr.
Minister of Finance, Banking and Postal Service
Malie Tarbwillin, Director of DIDA
Ministry of Transport and Communication
Phil Phillipo, Secretary
Marshall Islands National Telecommunications Authority
Tommy Kijiner, President & CEO
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