According to bank documents, the project aims to support the Government’s program of reforms to sustain rapid growth, and ensure greater inclusion, job creation and resilience by: i) strengthening economic management through improving the efficiency of public resource use and ii) enhancing competitiveness through introducing evidence-based policy making, promoting more competitive markets, diversifying the financial sector, improving teacher deployment and remuneration with a view toward ensuring a more qualified workforce over the long term, and strengthening investment promotion.
The World Bank has classified this project as having Substantial environmental and social risks.
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