Development co-operation policy:
Lesotho aims to implement the Lesotho Partnership Policy, identify and implement measures to improve resource mobilisation, improve absorptive capacity of development projects and improve project planning and appraisal process
Aid Information Management System (AIMS):
Implemented by Synergy - has become dysfunctional but planned to be resuscitated in the NSDPII
Development co-operation reports:
Provide statistics related to progress, investments and resource allocation in terms of job creation, growth, gender, social security and rule of law, social development and infrastructure.
Development cooperation mechanisms:
Level and actors
Objectives and related policies
Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC)
The LNDC is the main parastatal of the GoL charged with the implementation of the country’s industrial development policies. The goal is to promote Lesotho as an attractive investment location for both foreign and indigenous investors.
Private Sector Foundation of Lesotho (PSFL).
the private sector
Works as an apex body of the private sector and represents unified efforts and initiatives of the sector and advocates for its needs and aspirations. Overall, the objective of the elaborate structure is to develop a mechanism of ensuring dialogue within the private sector, an attribute that is still highly required, and between them and government by enhancing their participation through formal organization, capacity building and advocacy.
High-Level Oversight Committee for NSDP II
- Governments (Chaired by the right Honorable the Prime Minister)
- National Assembly, private sector organisations, Academia, Labour Trade Union, NGOs, CSOs
There is a National Sustainable Development Coordination Structures which is indicated in the document of National Strategic Development Plan II (2018/19 - 2022/23) with relevant stakeholders.
Technical Committee for NSDP II
- Governments (Chaired by the PS MDP)
- NGOs, CSOs,