According to the website, the poriject's objectives is to facilitate Sudan's re-engagement with the World Bank Group and support the country's economic reform agenda through policies that support: (i) correcting macroeconomic imbalances- exchange rate liberalization and phasing out fuel subsidies; (ii) strengthening s ocial protection and financial inclusion - implementing the Sudan Family Support Program (SFSP); and (iii) improving transparency a nd accountability of the public sector – standards for publication of the budget and budget execution reports.
John Litwack, Boris Rolando Gamarra Flores (Team Leader)
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