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Tunisia - Governance, Financial Sector and Local Governments Trust Fund Project (English)

The development objective of Governance, Financial Sector and Local Governments Trust Fund Project for Tunisia is to strengthen the operational capacity of the relevant central and local authorities responsible for moving forward the decentralization agenda. This project has a single component. 1) Strengthening of operational capacities through provision of basic equipment, aims to finance the provision of basic equipment supplies, like desks, computers, telephones and fax, heating and air-conditioning, for Ministry of Local Affairs and Environment (MALE), Municipal Development Fund (CPSCL), Public Services Controling Agency (CGSP), Court of Auditors (CDC), and local governments. It is expected that the supplied basic equipment will provide the beneficiaries with the physical ability to perform their function and to provide expected services to citizens.

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Details

  • Document Date

    2019/03/04

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    PP2776

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Tunisia,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/01/13

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Tunisia - Governance, Financial Sector and Local Governments Trust Fund Project

  • Keywords

    central bank of tunisia; financial information management system; basic equipment; financial management procedure; operational capacity; retroactive financing; Municipalities; tool for procurement; financial reporting system; acquisition of equipment; types of service; local government activity; financial management arrangement; access to health-care; Check and Balances; Public Sector Governance; contract award information; allocation of responsibility; representative political system; principle of transparency; grievance redress mechanism; human resource management; central government entity; improving service delivery; international experiences show; Public Financial Management; competitive procurement; municipal system; institutional context; Revenue Management; purchasing contracts; rural area; procurement process; social contract; safeguard issue; national procurement; contractual remedy; coastal region; increasing transparency; complaints mechanism; procurement experience; direct contracting; competitive bidding; central agencies; decentralization effort; decentralization process; result indicator; accountability mechanism; physical ability; decentralized system; disbursement procedure; financial resource; budget deficit; eligible equipment; eligible materials; national market; procurement procedure; development partner; rural population; constitutional requirement; local election; procurement opportunity; core principle; institutional mean; international cooperation; social safeguard; separate account; results framework; beneficiary selection; Gender Gap; project plan; gender tag; Institutional data; constitutional reform; financial statement; statutory auditor; Fiduciary procedure; institutional framework; municipal institution; civil works; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; affected communities; procurement rule; capacity assessment; participatory democracy; procurement function; entire contract; archive documents; governance framework; democratic transition; procurement management

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Tunisia - Governance, Financial Sector and Local Governments Trust Fund Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/587151578948980519/Tunisia-Governance-Financial-Sector-and-Local-Governments-Trust-Fund-Project