|Approval Date||21 Oct 2013|
|Signature Date||15 May 2014|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Oct 2021|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Oct 2021|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||22013|
This project aims to improve good governance by the deployment of a modern and secure e-government broadband infrastructure. Specifically, the project interventions shall enhance coordination of public service delivery across ministries, key agencies and local governments. The Project will also strengthen existing Government data centers and portals; and improve access to e-services for state building such as automated administrative services including e-payroll; civil registration; e-health, e-procurement, e-customs; and, revenue management. Through this project the government will reform the systems through which services are delivered in a way that maximizes development and minimizes natural resource degradation. The outcome of the project will include improved internal workings of the public sector leading to reduced financial costs and transaction times; better integrated work flows and processes that would enable effective resource utilization across ministries and various public sector agencies.
The broad project objective is to foster good governance through the use of ICT. Specifically, the project will improve the country’s public service delivery through the establishment of a modern core e-Government infrastructure and services. Further, it aims at strengthening access to government shared services, including data centres and portals, and facilitation access of eApplications for government such as automated administrative services including e-payroll, civil registration, e-health, e-procurement, e-customs and revenue management.
The main beneficiaries are the all 23 government ministries and 8 key agencies which will benefit of unified data centres, government-wide ICT network, web portal equipment and shared information centres. The country’s population will also benfit of the project interventions.
Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology
Government Of Lesotho
African Development Fund
|Last Update||24 Mar 2023|
|Name||Thierno Mountaga DIARRA|
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