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2016

Economic Governance and Citizen Engagement Project, Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso

Titre : Economic Governance and Citizen Engagement Project, Burkina Faso

Numéro de projet : P155121

Date d’approbation : 18 février 2016

Date de clôture : 31 décembre 2021

Pays : Burkina Faso

Emprunteur  : GOVERNMENT OF BURKINA FASO

Mise en œuvre : MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE

Présentation
The main objective of the 5-year project is to assist the government of Burkina Faso (GoBF) in improving core areas of economic governance and citizen engagement, including (a) developing mechanisms for social accountability, transparency, and access to information on the management of public funds, including strengthening capacities of audit institutions, the judiciary, and civil society to fight fraud and corruption ; (b) increasing fiscal space through the modernization of tax and customs systems and the improvement of revenue collection capacities ; and (c) strengthening public expenditure management, including the procurement system efficiency and predictability and control in budget execution.
By strengthening civil society participation and monitoring of public services, the first component will facilitate and foster transparency in improving public sector service delivery outcomes and consolidating accountability mechanisms and the capacity to fight fraud and corruption. The second component aims at addressing shortcomings in government effectiveness by increasing fiscal space and domestic revenues collection and streamlining budget management systems and procurement processes. In addition, the introduction of a customercare approach through a simplification of tax and customs clearance procedures will create conditions for a more accessible tax administration to citizens and better tax compliance.

Montant total du projet : USD 30.00 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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