Good Governance and Civil Society
Period: 01.2017- 06.2019
After many years of peaceful and democratic development since the end of the armed conflict from 1992 to 2015, nowadays the framework conditions are shaped by interplay of far-reaching and interrelated problematic areas: a political-military conflict, an extremely tense macro-economic and fiscal situation and recurrent droughts and flooding meet widespread corruption, nepotism and abuse of office on all government levels.
Within this context, the establishment of a decentralized system of public finance requires Human Capacity Development for coordinated action on all levels of involved government entities and the strengthening of oversight and accountability.
The project contributes to two different GIZ Projects and thus to two objectives:
The project advises the ministries responsible for public administration, finance and infrastructure as well as the court of auditors on establishing a framework for better financial governance in the districts and municipalities. In three priority provinces, it provides advice and training to support local authorities in performing their tasks.
The focuses of intervention are:
Additionally, the Court of Auditors’ internal procedures is being optimized.
Long-term technical, political and procedural advisory services on municipal, district and central government level by a team of resident international and national experts.
Advisory services regarding objective 1:
Advisory services regarding objective 2:
Complementary short-term consultancies by a pool of specialized international, regional and national experts on demand.