|Approval Date||21 Sep 2005|
|Signature Date||21 Oct 2005|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2007|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Dec 2007|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11330|
The Fifth Structural Adjustment Program (SAP V) is an extension of SAP IV, which is supported by the African Development Bank Group. At the end of SAP IV’s implementation, it seemed not only that some structural measures such as the privatization of state-owned enterprises and the financial sector reform had been delayed, but more generally, that the large number of measures to be taken exceeded the country’s institutional capacity. This program aims to contribute to sustainable and sustained economic growth for poverty reduction and to promote sustainable development in Niger. The reform measures and the relating performance indicators were defined on the basis of the programme’s two components, namely: (i) improvement of public finance management; and (ii) promoting good governance as well as strengthening monitoring-evaluation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy and the Programme. The first component aims at intensifying domestic resource mobilization and improving the efficacy and efficiency of public expenditure and enhancing the public expenditure programmes aimed at poverty reduction. The second component aims at promoting good governance, strengthening the decentralization and improving monitoring-evaluation of the programmes and the Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS).
The Overall Programme Goal is to contribute to achieving sustainable economic growth with a view to reducing poverty. The specific programme objectives are: (i) Improvement of public financial management; (ii) Mobilization of resources; (iii) Greater efficacy and efficiency of public expenditure; and (iv) Improvement of the expenditure programmes designed for poverty reduction.
The project should benefit the entire Nigerien economic system as well as the population.
African Development Fund
Ministry of Finance and Economy supported by the Economic Management Support Group
|Last Update||21 Jan 2021|