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It’s time to #PressForProgress for Sri Lanka’s women!

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Starting today, March 8, we at the World Bank are embarking on a year-long effort to rally the government, our development partners, the private sector and the public to see how we can really deliver results for Sri Lanka’s women.
Starting today, March 8, we at the World Bank are embarking on a year-long effort to rally the government, our development partners, the private sector and the public to see how we can really deliver results for Sri Lanka’s women.    

International Women’s Day is always an important marker in my calendar and this year’s theme #PressForProgress couldn’t be more exciting.
 
Starting today, March 8, we at the World Bank are embarking on a year-long effort to rally the government, our development partners, the private sector and the public to see how we can really deliver results for Sri Lanka’s women.    
 
What’s the urgency?
 
Simply put, Sri Lanka is trailing behind many countries in its development bracket when it comes to working women. 
 
Did you know that 214,298 women over the age of 15 are unemployed in Sri Lanka today?  Sri Lanka’s female labor force participation or FLFP rate has stubbornly remained in the mid-thirties for the last two decades; out of an estimated 7.3 million people who are considered ‘economically inactive’ 73.8 percent are women, while just 26.2 percent are men.
 
It is clear this challenge is too great for any ministry, development partner or corporate office.
 
But why do Sri Lankan women need to get to work?
 
Because this country’s prosperity depends on it!  Sri Lanka is getting older before getting rich. Without a labor force the country cannot be competitive nor can it deliver on basic services that require revenue to be generated.
 
So, the question is, what will it take to really deliver change for Sri Lanka’s women? What are the challenges? How can we help motivate those able to energize change that will benefit women?    
 
The World Bank is ready to join the government, private sector, development partners and the citizens of Sri Lanka in supporting tangible initiatives which address the realities on the ground. We are going to advocate widely.
 
So, let’s start with a few important announcements. We want to learn from you. Tell us where we should start, and what specific issues need attention. We want to know what your challenges are, and who inspires you most.

இலங்கையில் பெண்களின் முன்னேற்றத்திற்காக உழைப்பதற்கான காலம் இது!

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Also available in: English | සිංහල
 
Starting today, March 8, we at the World Bank are embarking on a year-long effort to rally the government, our development partners, the private sector and the public to see how we can really deliver results for Sri Lanka’s women.
இன்று மார்ச் 8ம் திகதி தொடக்கம் உலக வங்கியைச் சேர்ந்த நாம் ஆரம்பித்துள்ள இந்த வேலைத்திட்டத்தினூடாக  நாட்டின் அரசாங்கம், அபிவிருத்திப் பங்காளர்கள், தனியார் துறையினர் மற்றும் பொதுமக்களையும் இணைத்துக் கொண்டு எங்ஙனம் இலங்கைப் பெண்களின் நிலையை முன்னேற்றும் விடயத்தில் சாதகமான பெறுபேறுகளை உண்மையாகவே அடையமுடியும் எனப் பார்க்கின்றோம்.

சர்வதேசப் பெண்கள் தினம் ,எனது நாட்காட்டியில் எப்போதுமே முக்கியத்துவம் மிகுந்த நாளாகும். அந்தவகையில் 'முன்னேற்றத்திற்காக பணியாற்றுவோம்' #PressForProgress என்ற இவ்வருடத்திற்கான தொனிப்பொருள் பெரும் உற்சாகத்தைத் தருவதாக அமைந்துள்ளது என்றால் மிகையாகாது.
 
இன்று மார்ச் 8ம் திகதி தொடக்கம் உலக வங்கியைச் சேர்ந்த நாம் ஆரம்பித்துள்ள இந்த வேலைத்திட்டத்தினூடாக  நாட்டின் அரசாங்கம், அபிவிருத்திப் பங்காளர்கள், தனியார் துறையினர் மற்றும் பொதுமக்களையும் இணைத்துக் கொண்டு எங்ஙனம் இலங்கைப் பெண்களின் நிலையை முன்னேற்றும் விடயத்தில் சாதகமான பெறுபேறுகளை உண்மையாகவே அடையமுடியும் எனப் பார்க்கின்றோம்.
 
ஏன் இந்த அவசரம்
 
எளிமையாகக் கூறுவதென்றால், தொழில்புரியும் பெண்களைப் பொறுத்தமட்டில் இலங்கை அதனையொத்த அபிவிருத்தி வீச்சிற்குள் இருக்கின்ற பல நாடுகளுடன் நோக்குகையில்  பின்தங்கிய நிலையில் காணப்படுகின்றது. இலங்கையிலுள்ள 15 வயதிற்கு மேற்பட்ட பெண்களில் 214, 298 பெண்கள் தொழிலற்றவர்களாக இருக்கின்றனர் என்பது உங்களுக்குத் தெரியுமா? 
 
இலங்கையின் தொழிற்படையில் பெண்களின் பங்கேற்பு வீதமானது கடந்த இருதசாப்தங்களில் 30களின் மத்தியிலேயே முன்னேற்றமின்றிக் காணப்படுகின்றது.  பொருளாதார ரீதியாக வினைத்திறன் அற்றவர்கள் எனக் கருதப்படுபவர்களாக கணிப்பிடப்பட்டுள்ள 7.3 மில்லியன் மக்களில் 73.8 சதவீதமானவர்கள் பெண்களாக காணப்படும் அதேவேளை ஆண்களின் எண்ணிக்கை 26.2 சதவீதமாகக் காணப்படுகின்றது.  

ම‍ෙය ශ්‍රී ලාංකික කාන්තාවට “දියුණුව පි‍ණිස වැඩ කිරීමට“ කාලයයි.

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Starting today, March 8, we at the World Bank are embarking on a year-long effort to rally the government, our development partners, the private sector and the public to see how we can really deliver results for Sri Lanka’s women.
මාර්තු 8වන දින, එනම් අද දින පටන් ලෝක බැංකු වේ අප සැම රජය, අපගේ සංවර්ධන හවුල්කරුවන්, පුද්ගලික අංශය සහ මහජනතාව හා එක්ව, වසරක් මුළුල්ලේ කර්තව්‍යයන් ප‍ෙළ ගස්වමින් ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය කාන්තාව වෙත සැබැවින්ම ප්‍ර‍තිඵල හිමිකර ද‍ෙන්නේ ක‍ෙසේ දැයි විමසා බලන්න‍ෙමු.  

ජාත්‍යන්තර කාන්තා දිනය සෑම කලකම මාගේ දින දසුන‍ෙහි සුවිශේෂී සලකුණකි. ම‍ෙවර එහි තේමාව වන ‘#දියුණුව පිණිස වැඩ කරමු’ යන්න උද්යෝගය දනවන්නක් නොවේ ද?
මාර්තු 8වන දින, එනම් අද දින පටන් අප ලෝක බැංකුව‍ මගින් සමාරම්භය ලබන මෙම වැඩසටහන, රජය, අපගේ සංවර්ධන හවුල්කරුවන්, පුද්ගලික අංශය සහ මහජනතාව හා එක්ව, වසරක් මුළුල්ලේ කර්තව්‍යයන් ප‍ෙළ ගස්වමින් ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය කාන්තාව වෙත සැබැවින්ම ප්‍ර‍තිඵල හිමිකර ද‍ෙන්නේ ක‍ෙසේ දැයි විමසා බලන්න‍ෙමු.

කඩිනම් අවශ්‍යතාවය කුමක් ද?

සරලව ගත් කල, සේවා නියුක්තික කාන්තාවන් අංශයෙන් ශ්‍රී ලංකාව ගමන් කරන්නේ එහි සංවර්ධන කලාපයේ අන‍ෙකුත් රටවලට පසුපසිණි.

ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ වයස අවුරුදු 15ට වැඩි කාන්තාවන් අතුරින් 214,298 ප්‍ර‍මාණයක් විරැකියාව‍ෙන් පසුවන බව ඔබ දන්නවා ද? පසුගිය දශක දෙක මුළුල්ලේ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ කාන්තා ශ්‍ර‍ම බලකා සහභාගීත්වය සියයට තිස් ගණන්වල පවතින්නේ ගණනය කර ඇති “ආර්ථික වශයෙන් අක්‍රීය“ මිලියන 7.3ක ජන සංඛ්‍යාවක් අතුරින් 73.8% ප්‍ර‍මාණයක් කාන්තාවන් බව වාර්තා වන පසුබිමක ය. පුරුෂයන් විෂයෙයහි එය යන්තමින් 26.2%ක අගයකි.

ඕනෑම එක් අමාත්‍යංශයකට, සංවර්ධන හවුල්කරුවකුට හෝ කලාපීය කාර්යාලයකට මෙය අභිමුඛ විය නොහැකි අභියෝගයක් බවට අටුවා ටීකා අනවශ්‍ය ය.

නමුත් ශ්‍රී ලාංකික කාන්තාවන් සේවයට එක් විය යුත්තේ ඇයි?

ඒ රටෙහි සෞභාග්‍යය ඒ මත පදනම් වන නිසා ය. ශ්‍රී ලංකාව පොහොසත් වීමට ප්‍ර‍ථමය‍ෙන් වියපත් වන රටකි. නිසි ශ්‍ර‍ම බලකායක් නොමැතිව රටට තරඟකාරී විය නොහැකි අතරම අපේක්ෂිත ආදායම ජනනය කිරීමට අවශ්‍ය මූලික සේවාවන් ලබා දීමට ද නොහැකි ය.

එසේ නම් ගැටළු වනුයේ, ශ්‍රී ලාංකික කාන්තාවන්ට ව‍ෙනසක් ළඟා කරලනු පිණිස කුමක් අවශ්‍ය වේ ද? අභියෝගයන් කවරේ ද? කාන්තාවන්ට ප්‍ර‍තිලාභ හිමි වන අන්දමේ ව‍ෙනසකට ශක්තියක් වීමට හැකියාව සහිතව උද්යෝගීමත්ව සිටින්නන්ට අපගේ සහය ලබා දිය හැක්කේ ක‍ෙසේ ද?

ලෝක බැංකුව, රජය, පුද්ගලික අංශය, සංවර්ධන හවුල්කරුවන්, සහ ශ්‍රී ලාංකික පුරවැසියන් සමග අත්වැල් බැඳ ගනිමින් මිහිපිට සත්‍යයට ආමන්ත්‍ර‍ණය ක‍ෙර‍ෙන සැබෑ ප්‍රාරම්භයන්ට සහය වීමට සූදානමින් පසු වෙයි. අපි පුළුල් ලෙස උපදෙස් සැපයීමට බලාපොරොත්තු වෙමු.

ඉතින්, වැදගත් දැනුම් දීම් කිහිපයකින් පටන් ගනිමු. අපට ඔබග‍ෙන් ඉගනගැනීමට අවශ්‍යව ඇත. කියන්න, අප ආරම්භ කළ යුත්තේ කොතැනින් ද සහ කවර සුවිශේෂී  කරුණු කෙරෙහි අවධානයක් යොමු කළ යුතු ද කියා. ඔබට ඇති අභියෝග මෙන්ම ඔබව වැඩි වශයෙන්ම දිරි ගැන්වූයේ කවුරුන් ද යන්නත් අපට දැන ගැනීමට අවශ්‍යව ඇත.
 

Sri Lanka at 70: Looking back and forward

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A view from the Independence day parade.At 70, Sri Lanka has accomplished a lot in its seven decades as an independent nation.
A view from the 2018 Independence Day parade. At 70, Sri Lanka has accomplished a lot in its seven decades as an independent nation. Credit: World Bank

Like many Sri Lankans across the country, I joined Sri Lanka’s 70th Independence Day festivities earlier this month. This was undoubtedly a joyful moment, and proof of the country’s dynamism and stability. At 70, Sri Lanka has accomplished a lot in its seven decades as an independent nation.
 
The country’s social indicators, a measure of the well-being of individuals and communities, rank among the highest in South Asia and compare favorably with those in middle-income countries. In the last half-century, better healthcare for mothers and their children has reduced maternal and infant mortality to very low levels.
 
Sri Lanka’s achievements in education have also been impressive. Close to 95 percent of children now complete primary school with an equal proportion of girls and boys enrolled in primary education and a slightly higher number of girls than boys in secondary education.
 
The World Bank has been supporting Sri Lanka’s development for more than six decades. In 1954, our first project, Aberdeen-Laxapana Power Project, which financed the construction of a dam, a power station, and transmissions lines, was instrumental in helping the young nation meet its growing energy demands, boost its trade and develop light industries in Colombo, and provide much-needed power to tea factories and rubber plantations. In post-colonial Sri Lanka, this extensive electrical transmission and distribution project aimed to serve new and existing markets and improve a still fragile national economy.
 
Fast forward a few decades and Sri Lanka in 2018 is a far more prosperous and sophisticated country than it was in 1954 and, in many ways, has been a development success story. Yet, the island nation still faces some critical challenges as it strives to transition to another stage of its development and become a competitive upper middle-income country.
 
Notably, the current overreliance on the public-sector as the main engine for growth and investment, from infrastructure to healthcare, is reaching its limits.  With one of the world’s lowest tax to gross domestic product (GDP) ratios -- 12% in 2016, down from 24% in 1978 —Sri Lanka’s public sector is now facing serious budget constraints and the country needs to look for additional sources of finance to boost and sustain its growth.
 
As outlined in its Vision 2025, the current government has kickstarted an ambitious reform agenda to help the country move from a public investment to a more private investment growth model to enhance competitiveness and lift all Sri Lankans’ standards of living.
 
Now is the time to steer this vision into action. This is urgent as Sri Lanka is one of the world’s most protectionist countries and one of the hardest to start and run a business. As it happens, private foreign investment is much lower than in comparable economies and trade as a proportion of GDP has decreased from 88% in 2000 to 50% in 2016. Reversing this downward trend is critical for Sri Lanka to meet its development aspirations and overcome the risk of falling into a permanent “middle-income trap.”

What does risk management have to do with Sri Lankan families?

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While the number of Sri Lankans living under the poverty line has decreased tremendously, many still live right above it and can fall back into extreme poverty if they experience a shock such as a natural disaster. Photo Credit: Lakshman Nadaraja 


Imagine there is a small fire in your house: someone forgot to put out a cigarette stub and accidentally set your rubbish bin on fire. You will need just one bucket of water to put it out.
 
But up the ante, and it is no longer possible for an individual to handle it. For instance, if your entire house was on fire, you would need to call your local fire station for help.
 
Now, go up one more level. You live in a thickly wooded part of a district like Badulla, and a forest fire covering hundreds of acres is threatening homes and businesses—then it would take the resources of the country, and maybe even aid and support from international allies, to battle the fire and help people recover.
 
I am telling you this story to illustrate how there are levels of risks—and responses—to consider when discussing a subject like integrated risk management.
 
As part of our work on the recently released Sri Lanka Development Update (SLDU) we considered the risks and opportunities facing Sri Lanka, beginning from the smallest unit of the household and building up to the country, as represented by the public sector.
 
There’s been a lot of talk about the macro-economy and national level reforms and policy initiatives. However, in this blog I wanted to focus on your families. What does integrated risk management mean for households?
 
The poorest Sri Lankan families are vulnerable to shocks

استخدام کارمندان مجرب و متخصص باعث تقویت تلاش ها و گسترش روند اصلاحات در عرصه تدارکات میگردد

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With support from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, the Afghan government is taking steps to professionalize procurement and improve capability in ministries and other government institutions.
با حمایت صندوق بازسازی افغانستان، دولت افغانستان اقدامات لازم را بخاطر ارتقای ظرفیت کارمندان تدارکاتی ادارات و وزارتخانه ها رویدست گرفته است. عکس: اداره تداکارت ملی/ بانک جهانی

پروسۀ استخدام اشخاص واجد شرایط به اساس مهارت های مسلکی (تحصیل، تجربه و سایر مشخصات کاری) در عرصه های مختلف محیط کاری به مثابۀ یک اصل عمده در راستای عملی ساختن برنامۀ استخدام کتلوی دولت به منظور ارائۀ خدمات ملکی محسوب میشود. تطبیق این پروسه در حال حاضر به مثابۀ یک بخشی از برنامۀ اصلاحات خدمات ملکی و تدارکات دولتی به منظور تقویت ظرفیت سازی در وزارتخانه ها و ادارات دولتی جریان دارد. توقوع میرود که در نخستین مرحلۀ تطبیق این برنامه، حدود ۷۰۰ تن زنان و مردان واجد شرایط الی ختم سال ۲۰۱۷ میلادی استخدام شوند.

پروسۀ کنونی استخدام، که توسط کمیسیون مستقل اصلاحات اداری و خدمات ملکی، پیش برده میشود، در مطابقت و هماهنگی کامل با تلاش های دولت در راستای استخدام حرفوی و بهبود ارتقای ظرفیت وزارتخانه ها و دیگر ادارات دولتی میباشد.

انتخاب کاندیدان واجد شرایط بخش تدارکات از طریق یک پروسۀ دقیق و شفاف پس از سپری نمودن امتحان جمعی انجام میشود، که در این پروسه ۷۸۰۰ کاندید اشتراک نموده بودند. کمیسیون مستقل اصلاحات اداری و خدمات ملکی به طور همه جانبه خدمات تخنیکی را به منظور تطبیق پروسه استخدام با اداره ملی تدارکات انجام میدهد و همچنان وزارت تحصیلات عالی این اداره را در راستای تسهیل پروسه اخذ امتحان کمک مینماید.

د وړ او متخصصو کارکوونکو استخدام د تدارکاتو په برخه کې د اصلاحاتو د رامنځته کولو او د هڅو د پیاوړتیا لامل ګرځي

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With support from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, the Afghan government is taking steps to professionalize procurement and improve capability in ministries and other government institutions.
د افغانستان د بیا رغونې صندوق په ملاتړ، د افغانستان دولت په پام کې لري، څو په وزارتونو او اړوندو ادارو کې د تدارکاتو په برخه کې د  کارکوونکو د ظرفیت د پياوړي کولو لپاره د اړتیا وړ کړنې ترسره کړي.  انځور: د تدارکاتو ملي اداره/ نړیوال بانک

په بیلابیلو کاري بستونو کې د مسلکي مهارتونو ( زدکړه، تجربه او نور کاري ځانګړتیاوې) پر بنسټ، پر شرایطو برابر کسانو د ګمارنې بهیر د ملکي خدمتونو د وړاندې کولو په موخه د دولت د ډله ییزو ګمارنې پروګرام د پلي کولو لپاره یو مهم اصل ګڼل کیږي. اوسمهال دا بهیر د ملکي خدمتونو او دولتي تدارکاتو د سمون د پروګرام د یوې برخې په توګه، په وزارتونو او دولتي ادارو کې د ظرفیت جوړونې د پیاوړتیا په موخه جریان لري. تمه ده، چې د دې پروګرام د پلي کولو په لومړي پړاو کې، د ۲۰۱۷ کال تر پایه شاوخوا ۷۰۰ ښځې او نارینه، چې پر شرایطو برابر وي، په دندو وګمارل شي.

د ګمارنې اوسنۍ بهیر، چې د اداري اصلاحاتو او ملکي خدمتونو د خپلواک کمیسیون لخوا پر مخ وړل کیږي، په بشپړ ډول د دولت د هغه هڅو، چې د مسلکي ګمارنې په برخه کې یې کړي او د وزارتونو او نورو دولتي ادارو د ظرفیت لوړونې په برخه کې روانې دي؛ همغږي دي او د هغه پر بنسټ په مخ وړل کیږي. د تدارکاتو د برخې لپاره ګمارنه، پر شرایطو برابر کسان د یوې کره او رڼې پروسې له لارې د ډله ییزې ازموینې وروسته ترسره کیږي، چې په دې بهیر کې ۷۸۰۰ تنه کسانو ګډون کړی وو.

 د اداري اصلاحاتو او ملکي خدمتونو خپلواک کمیسیون د ګمارنې د پروسې د پلي کولو په موخه
د تدارکاتو له ملي ادارې سره په هر اړخیز ډول تخنیکي خدمتونه وړاندې کوي او همدارنګه د لوړو زده کړو وزارت له دې ادارې سره د آزموینې د اخیستلو په برخه کې مرسته کوي.

More qualified procurement personnel will strengthen Afghanistan’s reform efforts

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With support from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, the Afghan government is taking steps to professionalize procurement and improve capability in ministries and other government institutions.
With support from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF), the Afghan government is taking steps to professionalize procurement to improve the capability of ministries and other government institutions. Photo Credit: NPA/World Bank

Recruiting the right people for the right jobs is the drive behind the first mass recruitment carried out by the Government of Afghanistan to improve public services. The process is currently underway as part of the government’s civil service and procurement reforms to improve capacity in ministries. Almost 700 highly qualified women and men are expected to be recruited by the end of 2017.

The ongoing recruitment, led by the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), is in tune with the government’s efforts to professionalize procurement and improve capability in ministries and other government institutions.
 
Candidates are undergoing a rigorous selection process, including a mass examination, which saw about 7,800 people take the exam. IARCSC is working closely on this initiative with the National Procurement Authority (NPA), which is providing technical support, and the Ministry of Higher Education, which is facilitating the examination process.

New financial management technologies improve transparency and trust in Afghanistan

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Many government civil servants are now using technology to improve transparency and credibility of government offices in Kandahar Province.
Many government civil servants are now using technology to improve transparency and credibility of government offices in Kandahar Province. Photo credit: Taimani Films/World Bank

The use of technology in Afghanistan’s government offices is not yet the norm. However, in the Directorate of Ministry of Finance (Mostofiat) in Kandahar Province, a province associated more with insecurity than with technology, we have used the power of technology to improve transparency and credibility of government offices. 

Finance is the backbone of any country’s economy. Therefore, it is very important for it to be transparent and credible so that citizens as well as donors feel committed to the development process. With this in mind, we decided to implement the Afghanistan Financial Management Information System (AFMIS) and Standard Integrated Government Tax Administration System (SIGTAS), with the help of the Public Financial Management Reform (PFMR), a project implemented by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) with support from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF). SIGTAS was also supported through the ARTF Incentive Program.

Since 2007, when we started using AFMIS, we have been able to manage and execute budget-related activities, collect revenue, and pay salaries on time. A computerized system, AFMIS enables multiple users to access financial information and records, whenever and wherever they want. This was not possible with manual records.

بهبود مدیریت مالی واستفاده از تکنالوژی باعث تأمین شفافیت واعتماد سازی در افغانستان گردیده است

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Many government civil servants are now using technology to improve transparency and credibility of government offices in Kandahar Province.
اکنون بسیاری از کارکنان مُلکی دولت با استفاده از تکنالوژی قادر به تأمین شفافیت در ارایه خدمات و اعاده اعتماد بالای دفاتر دولتی در ولایت کندهار گردیده اند. تصویر: تایمنی فلم/ بانک جهانی

استفاده از تکنالوژی در شماری زیادی از دفاتر و ادارات دولتی افغانستان هنوز هم به مثابه یک معیار و نورم رایج نگردیده است. با اینحال، مستوفیت ولایت کندهار، که بیشتر به عنوان یک ولایت نا امن محسوب میشود، با این وسایل تجهیز گردیده و در حال حاضر در نتیجهء تسهیلات بوجود آمده  شفافیت و اعتماد بالای خدمات و فعالیت های دفاتر دولتی افزایش یافته است.

مالیات به مثابه بنیاد اقتصاد هر کشور محسوب میشود. روی این ملحوظ تأمین شفافیت در ساختار های مالیاتی نقش کلیدی را در راستای تأمین اعتماد مالیه دهندگان و تمویل کننده گان بین المللی بالای پروسه های انکشافی ایفا میکند. با توجه به اهمیت این موضوع، تصمیم گرفتیم، تا طرح سیستم مدیریت معلومات مالی افغانستان و سیستم اداره واحد مالیات دولتی را در تحت قیادت و رهبری وزارت مالیه به کمک پروژه اصلاحات مدیریت مالی که از سوی صندوق بازسازی افغانستان تمویل میشود، تطبیق نمائیم. قابل یاد آوریست که ایجاد سیستم اداره واحد مالیات دولتی نیز به حمایت پروگرام مشوقه های صندوق بازسازی افغانستان حمایت گردیده است.

از سال ۲۰۰۷ بدینطرف، زمانی که ما قادر به استفاده از سیستم مدیریت معلومات مالی افغانستان گردیدیم، توانستیم، تا تمام فعالیت های مربوط به مدیریت و تطبیق بودجه، جمع آوری مالیات و پرداخت معاشات را مطابق زمان بندی دقیق آن اجرا نمایم. سیستم مجهز کمپیوتری در سیستم مدیریت معلومات مالی افغانستان زمینه دسترسی کاربران متعدد را به گونه گسترده به معلومات مالی و ثبت در هر محل و هر زمان میسر میسازد. این درحالیست که دسترسی به این اطلاعات در سیستم های ثبت معلومات در اوراق ژورنال ها به گونه سنتی ممکن نبود.

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