Short Survey on All Aboard Policy Notes
Current residence (State or Region):
Nay Pyi Taw
Civil Society Organization
Do you agree with the proposed policy options presented in the Policy Notes?
In your view, what other economic policies are important for inclusive growth in Myanmar?
From the policy options in the All Aboard series, which are the three most important in your view?
(Please select only 3 options in total from the below 6 policy notes)
Closing the gap: Expanding access to social services
Harmonizing and converging
Growing together: Reducing rural poverty in Myanmar
Boosting agricultural productivity
Increasing access to essential services
Building the evidence base to allocate resources according to needs and improve service delivery
Breaking business as usual: Fostering competitiveness and a dynamic environment for private sector growth
Establish necessary regulatory infrastructure with emphasis on transparency and predictability of investment rules and regulations
Improved connectivity with emphasis of reducing trade costs and leverage economic potentials
Strengthen policy framework to benefit from greater economic integration
Strengthen institutions responsible for reform process
Promote inclusiveness from trade and investment related projects
Financing the future: Building an open, modern, and inclusive financial system
Strengthened financial sector legal and regulatory framework
Modernized financial infrastructure
Reformed state-owned banks
Expanded the depth of the financial sector through new product development
Energizing Myanmar: Enhancing access to sustainable energy for all
Increase the rate of electrification and reach at least 500,000 connections per year by 2020
Improve transparency and competition in the electricity market, and mobilize private sector investments, while protecting vulnerable consumers
Increase efficiency through corporatization and commercialization of enterprises in the energy and power sector
Improve strategic planning capacity and mainstream principles of environmental and social sustainability in the energy and power sector planning.
Participating in change: Public sector accountability to all
A fair and transparent tax system
Enhanced transparency of public finances
Empowering local governments to meet local needs
Public engagement and feedback on policy reforms
Adopting minimum standards for public services
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