The World Bank will allocate $20 million to Moldova for the public services modernization
The head of the World Bank in Moldova, Anna Akhalkatsi, said that the modernization project contributed to increasing public confidence in the state structures, diversifying the opportunities of citizens, especially those who are informally isolated, for example, people with disabilities, pensioners, and those who live in rural areas.
The project will develop a model for the provision of public services, aimed at citizens, which will improve the quality and access to them. To this end, the Moldovan authorities will receive technical assistance to develop a simplified scheme of interaction between citizens and the state apparatus, as well as development of online platforms for public services.
Since 1992, the World Bank has allocated more than $1 billion to Moldova. Currently, the organization conducts nine active projects in the field of public administration, business, education, tax system, infrastructure, health, agriculture, the total amount of obligations is $358.5 million, the World Bank press release said.
Published: 14:42 23/08/2017
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