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Development co-operation policy: 

Social and Economic Development Plan 2022-2026 (PDES 2)

  • Overall aim: strengthen development co-operation in order to mobilize external resources
  • Key objectives:
    1. Alignment of PTF (Technical and Financial Partners) interventions with strategic orientations of the government
    2. Improvement of monitoring and performance of development projects
    3. Strengthen co-operation in order to expand projects financed by partners
    4. Optimizing the financial, fiscal and administrative incentives for investment
    5. Promotion of direct foreign investments through public-private and private-private partnerships


Aid Information Management System (AIMS): 

Integrated National Evaluation System Niger


Development co-operation reports: 



Development cooperation mechanisms: 

MechanismLevel and ActorsObjectives and Related Policies
The National Orientation Council

National level

  • Government
    • chaired by the Prime Minister
    • all members of the Government
  • Civil Society Organisations (CSOs)
  • Private Sector
  • Association of Niger Regions (ARENI)
  • Association of Niger Municipalities (AMN)
  • High Council of Nigerians Abraod
  • President of the Niger Federation of Disabled Persons (FNPH)
  • Members of the Coordination Office of the Technical and Financial Partners
The NOC is responsible for monitoring the implementation of the PDES and proposing possible new directions based on the major results observed and the international, regional and national challenges.
The technical coordination bodies

National level

Six committees:

  1. the National Technical Committee
  2. the Technical Secretariat
  3. the Sectoral Coordination Committees
  4. Regional Coordination Committees
  5. Departmental Coordination Committees
  6. Communal Coordination Committees
These committees are responsible for (i) ensuring the planning and monitoring-evaluation of development actions at the commune level; (ii) drawing up monitoring reports; (iii) serve as a framework for consultation and information for all actors at the commune level; (iv) ensuring the alignment of partners' interventions with national, regional and commune priorities.