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The World Bank approved a $60 million International Development Association (IDA) grant to Burkina Faso for the Local Government Support Project (Programme d’appui aux collectivités territoriales--PACT). The grant is an additional financing of the original project

, which seeks to strengthen the national capacity for decentralization, the institutional capacities of communes in all regions and to increase citizen participation in local governance.

PACT responds to government priorities to reform public institutions. It will help increase opportunities for improving the quality of service delivery at the local government level. The project contributes to decentralized service delivery and improved local governance, which serve as a critical pathway to improving services to citizens in Burkina Faso.

 

This additional financing would support the government’s objectives for decentralization by improving the enabling environment and operational effectiveness of local governments, so that decentralization can be rolled out more effectively, in line with the objectives of the national economic and social development plan - PNDES - especially the third strategic objective on decentralization and good local governance. The additional resources will support not only an enhanced delivery of public services, but will also promote inclusive development outcomes in Burkina Faso,” said Cheick Kanté, World Bank Country Manager for Burkina Faso.

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