Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Mar 16, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Feb 6, 2020
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According to bank documents, the project aims to "improve the performance of public service providers through the development and institutionalization of national and sub-national government systems for improved transparency, strengthened citizen engagement and responsive action."
The project main components include "the annual cycle of social accountability activities: (1) Transparency and access to information; (2) Citizen monitoring; and (3) Implementation of Joint Accountability Action Plans (JAAPs). Components (4) Training and capacity development, and (5) National and subnational coordination and partnership support, provide overarching support to building the capacity required to implement the planned activities and sustain them beyond the duration of this project."
Cambodia Social Accountabilty and Service Delivery US$ 1.72 million
Erik Caldwell Johnson
Senior Social Development Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Hem Vanndy, Undersecretary of State
National Committee for Subnational Democratic Development Secretariat (NCDDS)
Ngan Chamroeun, Secretary of State
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