Senegal’s INFF is helping to ensure that national development priorities are at the heart of all financing policies.

Senegal’s national development plan, the Senegal Emergent Plan (PSE), integrates the SDGs and is based on a resource mobilisation framework. Although relatively detailed, this framework is fragmented, particularly in its approach to public finance, public-private partnerships and the private sector. 

The INFF process is enhancing integration of planning and financing functions, processes and systems to better mobilise and spend required resources. It has catalysed a national dialogue on financing priorities and  given additional impetus to key ongoing reforms and policies to establish and integrate planning and financing systems that respect gender equality and women's empowerment and mobilise different types of financing adapted to Senegal's specific characteristics and risks.  

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