Commitment to Action

Developing Frameworks for Resource Mobilization

Commitment by

Institute for State Effectiveness

In 2007, the Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) committed to (1) create and implement frameworks which unlock hidden sources of wealth and revenue; (2) introduce new mechanisms for accountability and transparency in public financial management; (3) develop National Programs to guarantee effective, efficient, and sustainable expenditure; and (4) link new sources of finance to energy, transportation, water, and housing efforts in developing countries.
As of April 2010, this commitment's work has been applied with success in five fragile contexts. ISE's frameworks for public finance and National Programs have also been adopted by the Fragile States Council of the World Economic Forum as guiding principles for international engagement. Moreover, the partnerships formed have leveraged existing assets and generated significant new revenues for sustainable development.

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Commitment

Developing Frameworks for Resource Mobilization

Launched

2007

Est. Duration

3 Years

Estimated Total Value

$40,000,000

Region

Asia, Africa, Europe

Countries

AFGHANISTAN, Guinea-Bissau, Kosovo, NEPAL, PAKISTAN, SIERRA LEONE, SUDAN

Commitment by

Institute for State Effectiveness