WB providing the proposed additional financing of US$6 Million, which will cover funding for the parent project’s financing gap from cost overruns (approximately US$0.3 million), and scale-up existing activities (US$5.7 million). The development objective of the project is to improve effectiveness, control and accountability of public expenditure of the Republic of Tajikistan.The additional financing will provide for adequate financing to the implementation of the TFMIS that now faces a funding gap. The revisions to the components and costs will primarily focus project activities to critical and good-performing activities for scale-up.
The existing project activities will be focused on:
(i) delivering a more comprehensive Public Accounting Reform,
(ii) implementing Strategic Planning Law;
(iii) extending functionalities of human resources/payroll information system and an integrated financial accounting and reporting system;
(iv) strengthening SOE monitoring and reporting (through gradual improvements in performance management and qualify of financial information)
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Ministry of Finance
Minister of Finance