Improving Workforce Efficiency to Implement the Delta Plan: Analysts

Physical infrastructure needs to be built and labor capacity and efficiency need to be enhanced to implement the government’s Delta Plan for economic growth and climate resilience, officials said today. analysts.

Relevant authorities should review and update the plans every two to five years to ensure sustainable development, they said.

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They also urged the government to build the capacity of ministries and departments and emphasized the use of modern technologies.

The analysts spoke at a seminar titled “Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100: Engaging the Private Sector to Achieve a Safe, Climate Resilient and Prosperous Delta”.

The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) hosted the event at its auditorium in Dhaka.

The involvement of the private sector in the implementation of such large and long-term projects is not noticeable, said Md Jashim Uddin, Chairman of FBCCI.

Although the Government of Bangladesh, development partners, environment and climate related funds, public-private partnerships are considered as potential sources of public finance, there is ample opportunity for the private sector to work here, a he declared.

The Bangladesh Delta Plan (BDP) 2100 is a long-term integrated techno-economic mega plan that integrates all delta-related sectoral plans and policies, enveloping a delta vision and strategies that enable integration of sectoral plans and policies to long term. term and present achievable interventions with a roadmap for achievement.

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