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Bulgaria - First Social Sector Institutional Reform Development Policy (Inglês)

The proposed loan for Bulgaria first social sectors institutional reform project is intended to support the Government of Bulgaria to meet some of the challenges of European Union accession and integration. In particular the DPL will support the adoption and implementation of policies to (i) improve the institutional framework in the labor and social sectors to more closely align their policies with EU standards; and (ii) improve the efficiency of the health, education, and social protection systems to maintain a fiscally sustainable expenditure framework and improve access to basic social services.


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    Bulgaria - First Social Sector Institutional Reform Development Policy

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