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Tajikistan - Public Sector Reform Project : restructuring (English)

The objective of the Public Sector Reform Project for Tajikistan is to establish legal and organizational prerequisites for improved public sector management, improve public access to legislation, and strengthen regulatory framework in selected areas. The changes will amend the Project Development Objective (PDO) and modify the main indicators to realistically reflect: (i) expected project outcomes, (ii) revised project implementation arrangements, and (iii) revised disbursement schedule. These changes are based on the evaluation of progress during the project mid-term review (May 27, 2009) and prevailing project implementation environment.


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    Tajikistan - Public Sector Reform Project : restructuring

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Tajikistan - Public Sector Reform Project : restructuring (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.