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Burkina Faso - Water Supply and Sanitation Program for Results : Technical assessment (Inglês)

As part of the Program preparation, a Technical Assessment (TA) of the Program was carried out, consistent with Bank Policy and Bank Directive Program-for-Results (PforR) Financing and in accordance with the World Bank Guidance Notes for Program-for-Results Financing. The purpose of the TA is to assess the adequacy of the Program arrangements and their performance in four main areas: (a) strategic relevance and technical soundness; (b) expenditure framework; (c) results framework and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity; and, (d) economic justification. The TA concluded that the Program is strategically relevant and technically sound. A number of weaknesses have been identified which could be addressed through the adoption of key measures included in the Project Action Plan (PAP). Additional guidance is provided in this summary technical assessment with the aim of supporting implementation of the Program.


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    Program-for-Results Technical Assessment

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    Burkina Fasso,

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    Technical assessment

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