Support to Public Financial Management

Member of the Aweil Finance and Public Accounts Committee reviews the Unified Tax Schedule for State Government of South Sudan in Aweil on 1 February 2017. Photo: ©UNDP



The shrinking oil revenues as a result of petroleum price volatility, fiscal stresses and extreme economic austerity have posed serious budgetary constraints on the economy. Resultantly, non-oil revenue diversification is emerging as a priority area for the nation's development. 

The ability of government to sustainably expand the domestic resource base and efficiently allocate these resources in a transparent and equitable manner for service delivery will constitute the foundation for building public trust and confidence in government. This will contribute to sustainable peace and social cohesion.



Project start date:

January 2015

Estimated end date:

December 2021

Focus area:

  • build resilience to shocks and crisis
  • Project office:

    UNDP in South Sudan, Republic of

    Implementing partner:

    United Nations Development Programme

    Full project information  

    Funding Support by

    Donor name

  • Government Of Japan
  • United Nations Development Pro
  • African Development Bank
  • Un High Commissioner For Refugees (unhcr)
  • Canadian International Development Agency
  • European Commission
  • Mptfo - Joint Sdg Fund (previously Known As The Joint Fund For The 2030 Agenda)
  • Amount contributed


    Delivery in previous fiscal year

    2021 $337,893

    2020 $362,358

    2019 $1,359,562

    2018 $1,211,526

    2017 $829,593

    2016 $566,178

    2015 $610,590

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