|Approval Date||17 Dec 2014|
|Signature Date||17 Dec 2014|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2015|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Jun 2015|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||15110|
The Emergency Governance and Economic Recovery Support Programme (EGERSP) is part of a concerted effort by the international community to restore state authority, foster economic recovery and assist Mali to face the deterioration of the humanitarian situation caused by successive crises that the country has been going through since 2012. It's an emergency budget support (Budget Support in Response to Crises) whose goal is to allow Mali to move out of its transition situation and move towards progressive resilience through the improvement of governance of Public Management (Component 1) and Consolidation of Economic Recovery (Component 2). The EGERSP will be run over a period of twelve months. The implementation of the activities of the PAUGRE will be favored by the existence of the Economic Governance Support Project (PAGE), an institutional support amounting to UA 9.97 million, signed in November 2013, of which the aim is to help restore and strengthen the capacity of the public administration to provide essential services to people and economic operators. Through this operation, the Bank will be able to maintain dialogue with the country with a view to resuming reforms at the end of the transition period.
The EGERSP aims at the following specific objectives: (i) improving the quality of public expenditure; (ii) strengthening transparency mechanisms in public management; (iii) support for priority public investments; and (iv) support for the revival of private sector activities.
The direct beneficiaries comprise: (i) the public administration’s structures responsible for the promotion of public financial management transparency and efficacy (Accounts Chamber of the Supreme Court, technical committee for the selection of public investment programmes and projects); (ii) private sector development support structures (Joint Business Framework Reform Monitoring Committee); and (iii) the private sector through the actions to improve the business climate and clear central Government debt arrears owed to its suppliers. The Programme will indirectly benefit the Malian population as whole, i.e. about 15.4 million inhabitants and, in particular, the most disadvantaged segments of the population (including women) who have been deprived of basic public services as a result of the conflict. More specifically, they are people living under difficult circumstances due to the absence of basic public services in the affected areas and the congestion of public services in the areas which accepted the displaced persons.
African Development Fund
MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE ET DES FINANCES
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|