|Approval Date||18 Oct 2000|
|Signature Date||26 Mar 2001|
|Planned Completion Date||28 Feb 2005|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Aug 2005|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||15124|
The present project concerns the Aid and Debt Management and Governance Grant. It aims to strengthen aid and debt management and governance in Malawi. The project should contribute to promote good governance, in the area of accountability, transparency and decentralization, which is one of the main elements required for better utilization and more efficient allocation of donors fund. This should be realized by assisting the Government in formulating a comprehensive national aid and debt policy, and strengthening the capacities of all its ministries and agencies involved in aid and debt management. The capacity building includes training, technical assistance, information technology and other logistics. The project’s main components and sub components are outlined below: i) Program Implementation Unit, ii) Integrated Aid and Debt Management System, iii) Capacity Building, and iv) Project Implementation and Monitoring Unit.
The ultimate aim of the project is to reduce poverty, create employment opportunities, and achieve greater economic and social development through enhancing the co-ordination, allocation and utilization of external aid.
The project beneficiaries are institutions that manage aid policy, resource mobilisation and coordination, and debt servicing: Ministry of Finance, the Reserve Bank Malawi, line ministries responsible for preparing, implementing and monitoring debt and aid (such as the Ministries of Agriculture, Transport, Education, Water Department), those responsible for accountability, transparency and decentralisation (Accountant General), the National Audit Office, the Department of District and Local Government Administration (DDLDA), and finally representatives of the civil society, including the private sector.
African Development Fund
Government Of Malawi
GOVERNMENT OF MALAWI
|Last Update||19 Jan 2021|