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Burkina Faso - eBurkina Project (英语)

The objective of the eBurkina Project is to improve capacity and use of ICTs by the public administrations and agencies for (i) the provision of information and public e-services and (ii) to foster entrepreneurship in the digital economy, with a specific focus on agriculture and rural areas. There are four components to the project, the first component being enabling environment for e-Government, including policy, legal and regulatory frameworks. The aim of this component is to create an enabling environment conducive to a successful implementation of e-Government projects. This component will include: (i) review and upgrade the e-Government strategy, including a stocktaking of public websites and e-Services; (ii) a feasibility study of the digitization of administrative procedures; (iii) policy and regulatory support and advice on legal framework to enable the development and use of e-services; and (iv) support to the establishment of a dedicated governance and institutional framework for e-Government. The second component is the data management and digital platform for e-service delivery. The direct outputs of this component will be a shared digital platform to be used by government units, key public information, open data, a central government portal, as well as targeted e-Services. Information and e-services will be designed to serve an inclusive audience, including women and young girls. The third component is the foster local skills and entrepreneurship in the digital economy. This component will include conducting detailed feasibility studies for each incubator to finalize the concept and preparing a study aimed at creating the governance structure and sustainable business model of the incubator. Finally, the fourth component is the project management, monitoring and evaluation. This component will support ANPTIC in project management as the implementing agency and will also cover training, office equipment, operating costs, audits, sensitization and communications as well as monitoring and evaluation. ANPTIC will be responsible for project implementation and execution with initial support on financial management and procurement from the already established Permanent Secretariat of the Transport Sector Program (SP-PST).


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    Burkina Faso - eBurkina Project

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