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Madagascar - Second Integrated Growth Poles and Corridor Program (Inglês)

The objective of the Second Integrated Growth Poles and Corridors Program Project for Madagascar is to contribute to increased economic opportunities and access to enabling infrastructure services, as measured by an increase in jobs and formal firms, in targeted regions. The project has three components. (1) Strengthening the enabling environment for entrepreurship and investment component will accelerate the economic recovery process by strengthening economic governance and increasing investor and private sector confidence. The project will support: (a) an investment climate reform program to improve the enabling environment for entrepreneurship and investment; and (b) a capacity building program to strengthen the government’s ability to attract and channel private investments into productive infrastructure and improved services delivery. These activities will have a strong immediate contribution to the objective by facilitating and catalyzing new private investment and job creation. (2) Sector based growth in the Atsimo-Andrefana, Anorsy and Diana regions component is composed of mutually-reinforcing activities that are specific to each select region and that aim to promote in particular tourism and agribusiness development and improved service delivery to poor populations. (3) Project implementation, monitoring and evaluation, safeguards, impact evaluation component will finance the project implementation unit and allow it to implement the project, comply with fiduciary rules and safeguards, and fulfill monitoring and evaluation, and impact evaluation commitments.


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