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2005 - Mozambique - Country Governance Profile
In line with the Bank’s vision for sustainable African development in the 21st Century, its approach to good governance is based on mainstreaming policies to foster economic growth, promote human resource development and reduce poverty in Regional Member Countries. The Bank’s objective is to integrate “good governance” into its lending and non-lending activities and other operations to increase the overall capabilities of governments in terms of development management and institutional capacity, including legal and judiciary reforms, the strengthening of civil society and private sector participation. This will reduce corruption, strengthen accountability and improve public services, benefiting targeted and vulnerable groups by means of sustained economic development. Country Governance Profiles (CGP) are an important instrument to evaluate and strengthen the dialogue between the Bank and borrowing governments on key governance issues.