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Development co-operation policy:



Aid Information Management System (AIMS): 

Aid Information Management System

  • Used by the government and its international partners to track aid flows to South Sudan, and monitor their effectiveness


Development co-operation reports: 

South Sudan Annual Aid Report (2014-2015)

  • Aims to provide the government of the republic of South Sudan, the international community and the wider public with an overview of the aid landscape in South Sudan, with a specific focus on how bilateral donors and development partners contribute to various development priorities in the country


Development cooperation mechanisms: 

MechanismLevel and ActorsObjectives and Related Policies
Development Policy Forum

National level

  • Governments
  • Multi-stakeholder
The DPF provides an opportunity to discuss the fragility, government priorities, the New Deal and the Compact for South Sudan.
High-level Partnership Forum

National level

  • Government (chaired by President)
  • Development Partners
The meeting will discuss strategic development policy issues. The first meeting will launch the Revised National Development Strategy (R-NDS) and commit to its implementation with the full support of development partners. 
Quarterly Government Development Partners Forum

National level

  • Government
  • Development Partners
The Forum will serve as the central mechanism for coordination and information exchange on the implementation of the R-NDS. It will review financing, delivery efforts and bottlenecks, and endorse the delivery plan for the subsequent quarter. This meeting will review the extent of alignment of development partners' development priorities and programmes to the R-NDS
Sector Working Groups

National level

  • Government
  • UN agencies, bi-lateral organizations, international financial institutions, non-governmental organizations, CSOs etc.
The main forum for sectoral-level planning, budgeting, delivery, monitoring and reporting on the R-NDS.
Multi Donor Trust Fund (MDTF)

International level

  • Multi-stakeholder
Administered by the World Bank, the MDTF allocates funds against priority national programmes, implementation of which is contracted out of the government and UN actors, the private sector and NGOs.