Finalised in April 2018, Sudan’s preliminary development finance assessment (DFA) looks at how the country can make better use of existing financial resources, while not losing site of the need to mobilise additional resources.

The Government of Sudan is committed to implementing policy frameworks that will contribute to increased mobilisation of public resources and unlock the potential of the private sector and civil society to finance development. 

In line with this commitment, the Government of Sudan initiated the development of a preliminary DFA in November 2017. The objective of the preliminary DFA was to assess the country’s financing landscape, looking across a range of public and private, domestic and external sources of finance.

The assessment provided insights into how existing policies and institutional arrangements may need to be reviewed to reflect the increasingly complex financing landscape. The assessment also advocates for maximising opportunities for additional resource mobilisation in view of the constraints facing international official development assistance at the global level.

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