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2012

Somaliland Development Fund aligned to the priorities of National Development Plan (Somalia)

Somalia

Department for International Development UKAID

Titre : Somaliland Development Fund aligned to the priorities of National Development Plan (Somalia)

Pays : Somalia

Durée : Start11 Dec 2012 End12 Aug 2017

Contexte
Somaliland declared its independence from Somalia in May 1991. However, despite establishing itself as an island of relative stability in the volatile Horn of Africa and winning international plaudits for its democratic transfer of power in 2010, it remains unrecognised as an independent sovereign state. Significant and deep levels of poverty persist as shown by a range of human development indicators. Assistance is needed to promote long-term stability that will help transform the lives of Somalilanders. Failure to improve governance, accountability and public service delivery in Somaliland will compromise DFID’s other investments in justice and security, private sector investment and social and economic reform, and runs the risk of compromising stability in the wider region.

Résultats attendus
The expected impact of the intervention will be a more stable and prosperous Somaliland and the expected outcome improved and better resourced basic services for the people of Somaliland. Core state functions include those on the expenditure side, e.g. service delivery and infrastructure, and those on the revenue and budgeting side. This will be achieved on the one hand with support for the prioritisation and implementation of the National Development Plan, and on the other through increased Somaliland resources, incentivising better PFM and revenue generation and facilitating private sector engagement.

Project budget : £22,449,997( The Somaliland Development Fund (SDF) will be jointly funded initially by DFID and Danida. Danida has committed £12.4 million ($20 million) over three years (2012 to 2015) and can spend resources in the early years. DFID has committed £20 million ($32 million) between 2012 and 2016.)

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