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Lebanon - Second Fiscal Management Reform Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Second Fiscal Management Reform Project for Lebanon were as follows: outcomes were unsatisfactory, risk to development outcome was low, Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory, and borrower performance was unsatisfactory. Some lessons learned included: One of the important lessons learned is that compartmentalized projects with limited cross-directorate or cross-ministerial involvement have the best potential for success. It is recommended that consideration of any follow-up projects or technical assistance be structured within this paradigm; The FMR2 suffered during implementation because for two-thirds of the project period, there was no project manager. In the future, strong safeguards should be included in the project design that ensure the government’s commitment to a dedicated and well-functioning project implementation arrangement; The debt management function should be further supported. In addition, activities may be added to raise awareness among the public regarding the consequences of increasing the national debt; In addition to training of personnel, support should be provided to public sector institutes responsible for training This would help these institutes to design, plan and deliver training on a regular basis as part of their annual training plans; International and local consultants have been an integral part of project implementation. In future, the project design should include incentives for staff, including training and capacity building. This will also help to reduce reliance/dependence on consultants.


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    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Lebanon - Second Fiscal Management Reform Project

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