Madhya Pradesh signs $ 35 million agreement with World Bank to streamline delivery of public services

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delivery of public servicesBhopal: An agreement for IDA credit of USD 35 million from World Bank for ‘Madhya Pradesh Citizen Access to Responsive Services Project’ was signed in New Delhi today.

This agreement will build the capacity, simplify the process and expand the ambit of delivery of public services.

Union Joint Secretary Economic Affairs Raj Kumar signed the agreement on behalf of Government of India and Onno Ruhl, Country Director, World Bank (India) on behalf of the World Bank.

The Implementing Entity Agreement was signed by Executive Director of State Agency for Public Services, Madhya Pradesh Department of Public Services Management, on behalf of the state Government and the Country Director, World Bank (India) on behalf of the World Bank.

The project size is USD 50 million, of which USD 35 million will be financed by the Bank. Remaining amount will be funded out of State Budget. The duration of the Project is 5 years.

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