26 activities 2018 with the combined value of USD 15.2 m, summarized by
The Carter Center Access to Justice 2 USD 2 683 669

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Description

The Embassy has received a request from the Carter Center for renewed support for the Access to Justice program. The Embassy agreed with the Carter Center that the draft proposal for the embassy for the new phase would include a component to support the execution of free, transparent and peaceful elections. Elections are a burning challenge for Liberia this year and Carter Center has previous experience of election support in Liberia. Consequently, the Carter Center has proposed to include and expand its electoral work in 2017, focusing on citizen and electoral education, national electoral observation and the prevention of electoral violence within the framework of this initiative. The overall objective of the support is to strengthen Liberia's peace by enhancing citizens' access to justice, strengthening the legal certainty at the county level and promoting free, transparent and safe elections. Carter Center has addressed this in four goals and associated activities: 1) Improve information dissemination and citizens involvement in and confidence in election processes 2) Increase access to justice by offering free legal information and dispute settlement services 3) Strengthen the capacity of traditional leaders to work for good governance and local law enforcement; and 4) an improved policy framework to increase opportunities for judicial review at local level. The above objectives are achieved, inter alia, through support for legal advisers, capacity building of traditional leaders and local structures, support for short and long-term national observation, policy support to harmonize the various legal systems and support for local dispute settlement mechanisms. The support aims to increase legal certainty for poor men, women, boys and girls in Liberia. The reconstruction of the formal justice system in the countryside after almost collapsing during the civil war continues; thanks to international support. Liberia has a dual legal system with both formal and customary courts. The lack of competent personnel, infrastructure and resources characterizes the formal judicial system which has a huge lag. Traditional custom is recognized by the Constitution and occurs in most parts of the country. The traditional rule of law, led by traditional leaders, is usually more accessible and effective, but risks leading to inadequate respect for human rights in general and, in particular, the enjoyment of human rights by women and other minority groups. Studies show that only a small percent of all legal cases reach the formal system. Carter Center therefore works to strengthen the mechanisms of law enforcement that de facto handle most legal cases and disputes. The Access to Justice program has for several years been working to build capacity within customary structures to contribute to increased capacity and ability to accountability, and that these structures are in line with human rights. The effort is also aimed at strengthening the link between the various legal systems. The consciousness and knowledge of the population about the formal legal process is low. Carter Center also works to inform the people about the laws and duties and rights of citizens under the country laws.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-10051A0101-LBR-15220

Forum Syd Civil Society Strengthening USD 1 795 084

Democratic participation and civil society

Description

The contribution is a support to Forum Syd for the implementation of the project Sustainable ownership: empwering communities and civil society in Liberia. The project has an objective to build capacity of civil society organizations in Liberia to strengthen local CSOs presence in rural counties in Liberia through increased capacity of rights-holders living under marginalised conditions to claim their rights and participate in locally owned initiatives and local development processes. The project will reach 26 local organizations (14 as receipients of sub-grants and 12 as receipients of seed grants) in seven of Liberia's 15 counties. The project has three years implementation cycle mid 2018-2021. A simplified environment assessment was done by Forum Syd, in additional an environment and climate review by Sida Helpdesk on environment and climate made recommendations that will informed continuous environment improvement in the project. Resources in budget and project work plan for environment and climate has been made. For gender, resources in the budget and plan has been allocated to integrate the gender perspective and Forum Syd has described in their theory of change an attention to mainstream gender. For this reason both environment and climate and gender marker are significant for the project.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124004301-LBR-15150

Budget Strengthening Initiative USD 1 772 761

Public sector policy and administrative management

Description

The overarching objective of the four-year project is to build capacities of the government in strengthening budget comprehensiveness, establishing a credible State budget while striving for a fair and accountable distribution of public services to Liberian citizens. The main thrust of the project is to contribute to the implementation of the 2017 – 2020 National PFM Strategy and Action Plan, and in particular thematic area two of the Strategy “Enhanced budget credibility to support service delivery”. Thus, the project will build capacities of government to strengthen budget comprehensiveness and budget credibility to support service delivery in the key areas of: a) Strengthening the budget process by establishing a more coherent link between strategic planning and budgeting and strengthening the relationship between MFDP and service delivery entities, thereby ensuring that government commitments are turned into time-bound resource allocations; b) Strengthening financial reporting, cash management, and accounting procedures to enable the better use of information to improve budget execution; c) Improving revenue forecasting and enhance domestic resources for financing the National Budget by strengthening the revenue and tax policy function; d) Incorporating aid projects into the National Budget, thereby contributing to improved aid effectiveness through a more efficient allocation of public resources in Liberia; e) Improving capital project implementation to improve service delivery for Liberian citizens; and f) Strengthening debt analysis and debt management, thereby contributing to improved macroeconomic forecasting, budgeting, and cash planning in Liberia. The intended way of structuring project work is as follows: - Project activities focusing e.g. on on-the-job training or introduction of new forms and procedures in the budget process will be measured through a number of outputs, i.e. project activities such as training occasions, introduction of new forms or instructions, etc. - These ouputs will eventually make it possible to have access to more accurate and comprehensive information that is important for the budget process. This will result in outcomes such as more accurate prioritizations in the State Budget or increased transparency of the information in the State Budget, impacting on control over public resources and possibilities to present accurate budget information to citizens. - In combination with a technically improved system for budget execution and continued fiscal decentralisation, these outcomes will eventually directly impact on the possibilities to reduce poverty and strengthen poor people’s rights. The intended changes following the project are: a correctly structured State Budget, made possible through access to correct and comprehensive information, well operating support systems in the budget process, well defined procedures and political decision making at the right level and the right time. These changes will make it possible to direct more public resources to actual poverty reduction. With a new government in place with newly appointed staff since January 2018, there is a dire need to build capacities of government officials in the State Budget planning process. This support would be delivered at a crucial time for the government and the country, and thus build on the fruitful cooperation and trust that has been established between BSI and the Liberian government over the past seven years, aimed at addressing the real needs and problems identified by the MFDP.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-11394A0101-LBR-15110

Enhancing Women's Rights and Empowerment 2016-2020 - Kvinna till Kvinna Gender Empowerment Program USD 1 265 765

Womens equality org. & inst.

Description

Kvinna till Kvinna has submitted an application to Sida for funding of 51 437 307 million SEK to carry out the programme, Enhancing Women's Rights and Empowerment in Liberia, during the period September 2016 - December 2020. The intervention is a continuation of Kvinna till Kvinna’s (KtK) long term work, supporting local Liberian women organizations to strengthen the Liberian women’s right movement and by so doing enhance gender equality and women’s voices in the country. Kvinna till Kvinna works with capacity development of partner organizations and sub grants funds to partner organizations to implement activities that empower women and promote women’s rights. Kvinna till Kvinna focus during the ensuing years will be on women’s participation in decision making and peace building, prevention of gender-based violence, women´s economic empowerment (from year 2) and increased institutional networking, advocacy and thematic capacity of women’s rights organizations.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124002801-LBR-15170

UN Women Strategic Note and SGBV joint programme 2016-2019 - SGBV Joint Programme phase III USD 1 150 695

Ending violence against women and girls

Description

The decision means the support of "The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women" (UN Women) in Liberia. The decision includes support for two of the Liberian UN Women programs and for this comes two separate agreements to be concluded between Sida and UN Women under contract structure described in more detail below. Sida from 2016 a new planning model designed to accommodate various types of financing. This action covers two agreements which are now made possible by the new planning model of intervention holds the highest level. The first program is the UN Women of Liberia "Strategic Note", which is their strategic business plan with a view to contributing to greater gender equality in Libiera. The second program is a UN joint program where UN Women Liberia is administratively responsible, this program aims to combat and prevent sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and is titulerat "Government of Liberia / UN Joint Programme Against Sexual and Gender Based Violence and harmful Traditional Practices in Liberia ", hereinafter referred to as" SGBV "program. Strategic Note (Program 1) focuses on three key areas deemed central to gender equality in Liberia: (1) women's political participation; (2) women's economic empowerment; and (3) the role of women in peace, security and humanitarian efforts (including SGBV). SGBV program (Program 2) implemented in cooperation with other UN agencies, aims to contribute to the focus area (3) in Liberia, UN Women Strategic Note namely "Women's role in peace, security and humanitarian efforts (including SGBV)".

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124002302-LBR-15180

UNDP/OHCHR RoL Joint Programme USD 1 150 695

Legal and judicial development

Description

The UNDP/UNMIL Joint Rule of Law Programme aims at ensuring a more joined-up approach to rule of law, UNDP and UNMIL intend to develop a joint rule of law, justice and security (ROLJS) programme aimed at successfully implementing UNMIL's mandated tasks and facilitating a seamless transition to more appropriate forms of assistance in the longer term by the UNCT.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124004201-LBR-15130

UN Women Strategic Note and SGBV joint programme 2016-2019 - Strategic Note 2016-2018 USD 1 150 695

Ending violence against women and girls

Description

The decision means the support of "The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women" (UN Women) in Liberia. The decision includes support for two of the Liberian UN Women programs and for this comes two separate agreements to be concluded between Sida and UN Women under contract structure described in more detail below. Sida from 2016 a new planning model designed to accommodate various types of financing. This action covers two agreements which are now made possible by the new planning model of intervention holds the highest level. The first program is the UN Women of Liberia "Strategic Note", which is their strategic business plan with a view to contributing to greater gender equality in Libiera. The second program is a UN joint program where UN Women Liberia is administratively responsible, this program aims to combat and prevent sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and is titulerat "Government of Liberia / UN Joint Programme Against Sexual and Gender Based Violence and harmful Traditional Practices in Liberia ", hereinafter referred to as" SGBV "program. Strategic Note (Program 1) focuses on three key areas deemed central to gender equality in Liberia: (1) women's political participation; (2) women's economic empowerment; and (3) the role of women in peace, security and humanitarian efforts (including SGBV). SGBV program (Program 2) implemented in cooperation with other UN agencies, aims to contribute to the focus area (3) in Liberia, UN Women Strategic Note namely "Women's role in peace, security and humanitarian efforts (including SGBV)".

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124002301-LBR-15180

Support to the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights in Liberia USD 1 150 695

Human rights

Description

The proposed intervention will support the protection of the rights of citizens and residents of Liberia and address the structural and systemic gaps in policies, practices and legislation that escalate human rights violations. The justice and security system in Liberia has received increased criticism for its lack of compliance with human rights standards including the police, courts and correction services. The Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR) of Liberia was established in 2005 for the promotion and protection of human rights in Liberia, as a result of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2003. INCHR was set up in line with the Paris Principles as a national HR institution. Although established in 2005, the Commission was not functional until 2010. The support to the INCHR will enable the institution to investigate human rights violations, promote human rights education and support preventive mechanisms. OHCHR is the lead UN entity on human rights. In 1993, the General Assembly entrusted both the High Commissioner for Human Rights and OHCHR with a unique mandate to promote and protect all human rights for all people. Through the Human Rights and Protection Service (HRPS) section of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), OHCHR has been engaged in the integration and institutionalization of human rights in Liberia since 2003. In anticipation of the closure of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) in March 2019, the OHCHR Liberia stand-alone country office was established to contribute to the consolidation of achievements made after UNMIL and to ensure sustained peace, reconciliation and conflict prevention. OHCHR signed its host country agreement with the Government of Liberia on 1 April 2018. OHCHR is the only UN entity in the country with a comprehensive mandate to monitor human rights, report on its findings, and provide technical assistance to State institutions and civil society organizations based on its findings. The overall objective of the proposed intervention is “enhancing human rights protection to promote sustainable peace in Liberia”. In line with the Paris Principles for National Human Rights Institutions, the INCHR needs to become an independent and credible institutions in the eyes of the population. To this end, the proposed intervention will strengthen the internal institutional systems of the INCHR with the view to achieving organisational efficiency, effectiveness and accountability. The capacity of the INCHR to train, deploy, equip and supervise human rights monitors in all 15 counties of Liberia will be enhanced to ensure its presence outside Monrovia, necessary to achieve credible human rights monitoring, documentation and reporting that meets minimal standard of professionalism. In addition, the independent monitoring of the human rights situation in Liberia by the OHCHR separately as well as in conjunction with the INCHR is expected to enhance the improvement of the respect of human rights of persons in detention and of persons coming into contact with the security and justice system. Well-functioning redress mechanisms and access to remedies for persons who feel aggrieved by the State and its institutions will enhance confidence in the State at both national and local levels. Thus, the following five outcomes are expected to be achieved: - To increase the capacity of the Independent National Commission on Human Rights to fulfil its mandate to monitor and report human rights and to enhance the accountability of duty-bearers and access to remedy for rights-holders. - To enhance INCHR’s capacity to engage and collaborate with CSOs so that the voices of marginalised and discriminated groups are heard. - To increase INCHR’s county level presence with qualified, trained and well-resourced field staff to ensure the protection of human rights across the country. - To increase INCHR’s capacity to mainstream gender and ensure greater visibility to the righ

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-11735A0101-LBR-15160

Bilateral development cooperation within the field of peace and security USD 1 003 431

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Description

Since 2015, the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA) has been assigned to implement parts of Sweden's bilateral and regional development cooperation strategies. When doing so, FBA brings together different tools (training, mentorship etc), methods and competenc

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Folke Bernadotte Academy

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-20-445-2017-251-15220

Police Cooperation Liberia 2016 - 2019 - Policecooperation Liberia 2016 - 2019 USD 808 226

Security system management and reform

Description

Policecooperation 2016 - 2019.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209007601-LBR-15210

ECOWAS Radio Liberia USD 773 267

Media & free flow of info

Description

ECOWAS has applied to The Embassy of Sweden for funding of 11,2 million SEK to carry out the “Transitional Support to the ECOWAS Regional Radio” during July 2018 to September 2019. The main objective of the intervention is to provide transitional support to the ECOWAS radio that will contribute to the promotion of local peacebuilding initiatives in Liberia, while building the capacity of the radio to guarantee a smooth expansion to cover the 15 countries in the West African sub-region. Two main outcomes are expected to be achieved by the intervention: - ECOWAS solidifies its operational capability to maintain broadcast of its radio station while developing its capacity to expand its radio facilities to all 15 countries in West Africa; and -ECOWAS Utilizes radio programming to establish strategic partnerships with civil society organizations, other media/communication institutions, and the public so as to create a reliable platform for the promotion of peace and development in Liberia.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-12540A0101-LBR-15153

ZOA Community-based social therapy - ZOA Community based social therapy USD 460 278

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Description

Sweden's Embassy in Monrovia has received a request from ZOA for support for the project "Peacebuilding and Reconciliation through Community Dialogues: Strengthening Social Cohesion and Civic Trust in Five Counties, Liberia" for the period 2017-2020. The contribution includes carrying out the evidence-based method "Community- based social therapy " which is a form of social group therapy for communities. The aim of these social group therapy sessions is to build trust among the participants and to communicate tools for dealing with difficult memories and traumatic experiences from the war, as well as proving tools for conflict resolution and communication. There are positive results from, for example Rwanda, where this apporach was first introduced. ZOA also trains local civil servants and civil society leaders in the CBS method and facilitates platforms for dialogue for community residents and local leaders, both formal and traditional. A part of the project also includes engaging teachers and schoolchildren in so-called "peace clubs". The overall goal of the contribution is to contribute to reconciliation and peace building through community dialogues. To achieve this, ZOA works at four different levels: i) individual level: improved individual psychosocial health and well-being; ii) family level: improved family dynamics, including increased gender equality; iii) social level: strengthened and improved social dynamics from grassroots level, within and between target groups; iv) civic participation and trust: increased involvement of citizens as well as improved relationships between citizens and local authorities. The project has undergone a pilot phase that has been evaluated and shows that these four levels contribute to conflict resolutionand reconciliation at local and national level.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5124003201-LBR-15220

Seconded personel to UNDP in Liberia USD 149 590

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Description

Seconded personel to UNDP in Liberia

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish Prison and Probation Service

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-25-9100502-251-15220

UNMIL USD 140 040

Participation in international peacekeeping operations

Description

United Nations Mission in Liberia. The mandate was to assist the reform and capacity building of the Liberian National Police. The mission terminated its activities in March 2018.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

The National Police Board

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-36-UNMIL-UNPOL-251-15230

Forum Syd frame 2018-2022 USD 86 514

Democratic participation and civil society

Description

Forum Syd framework agreement 2018-2020 inkl My Right

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5403054301-LBR-15150

UN mission, seconded personell to UNMIL USD 34 521

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Description

4-7 staffmembers working within thecorrectional unit in UNMIL.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish Prison and Probation Service

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-25-9100302-251-15220

Lantmäteriet Fact Finding Mission to Liberia USD 32 098

Public sector policy and administrative management

Description

The contribution is a support to Lantmäteriet to undertake a fact finding mission in Liberia with Liberia Land Authority and key stakeholders in the land sector with the aim to develop a project proposal for long-term technical cooperation and capacity building between the Liberia Land Authority and Lantmäteriet. The main development challenge to be addressed by this contribution is severe weak capacity and weakness in wide range of systems and services relating to the land sector resulting among other things to high risks of conflict related to land. Unresolved situations of capacity weaknesses in the land sector has potential to undermine Liberia's peace and stability, economic development and the poverty reduction efforts. Liberia Land Authority is a new insitution of the Liberia established with the mandate to implement effective land management. The Embassy sees a twinning cooperation between the Liberia Land Authority and Lantmäteriet as an important step to formalise long-term institutional cooperation wherein Liberia can benefit from the technical expertise and experiences of Lantmäteriet as it takes steps to resolve the myriad challenges in the land sector.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-11993A0101-LBR-15110

Bilateral capacity building support to the supreme audit institution of Liberia USD 27 022

Public finance management

Description

Support development of the capacity to carry out audit of government activities and public funds in compliance with international auditing principles and standards.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish National Audit Office

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-27-4-1-1-2018-1174-251-15111

Liberia utvecklingskonferens USD 21 214

Democratic participation and civil society

Description

To co-sponsor Liberia Development Conference 1-2 February 2017 and to specifically finance the aspect relating to the publication of the conference anthology in April/May 2017 is part of the Swedish contribution to the conference and its follow up. Due to delay in the editing of the conference papers, the printing of the Anthology is expected to occur in October 2017. The Embassy of Sweden in collaboration with USAID and the University of Liberia have co-hosted a conference and will support the dissemination of the learning outcome from the conference. The conference brought together practitioners, policymakers, and change agents from the Liberian development arena to identify and discuss those challenges and options on the way forward for sustainable development in Liberia. The Liberia Development Conference aims at taking advantage of the upcoming elections in 2017 to disseminate information about the key problems and potential solutions to Liberia's complex development challenges. The Embassy of Sweden assess the partnership with the University of Liberia as highly relevant and important, as the academic institution fulfilled an important role in bringing evidence based thinking and analyses to the key questions of Liberia's main development challenges and solutions. The Embassy recognises that the thinking and conclusions made by academia, practitioners, policy makers and other important stakeholders to Liberia's main development discourse can have greater benefit for wider use if they are documented, presented and followed up properly. The publication of the anthology of the conference papers is by the Embassy seen as an important step towards this objective. The publication of the conference papers will include a simplified version of 80 pages and the main version of the compilation of all the papers of 400 pages. Following the conclusion of the final editing of the various conference papers the main Anthology comprises of 571 pages and the simplified version comprises 105 pages.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-10511A0101-LBR-15150

Monitoring of PFM USD 15 273

Public finance management

Description

Monitoring of results regards Liberia's agenda for public financial management, and support to the embassy to analyse the developments in the area

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209005401-LBR-15111

Budget Strengthening - bridge funding USD -17 025

Public finance management

Description

The programme will contribute to peace and state building in the country through its focus on building capacities of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MoFDP) in order to strengthen the budgeting process. The programme is a continuation of on-going support funded through Sida’s Department for Asia, North Africa and Humanitarian Assistance and is fully aligned with Sweden’s development cooperation strategy for Liberia.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-11814A0101-LBR-15111

Search for Common Ground Liberia USD -25 794

Democratic participation and civil society

Description

The project 'Strengthening the capacity of CSO to promote sustainable Governance in Liberia' aims to build the institutional, organizational and technical competency of ten Liberian civil society organizations in Liberia. In addition, the programme will support the development of regular dialogue platforms through which CSOs in Liberia can be able to constructively engage with the State,private s

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209005901-LBR-15150

The Carter Center Access to Justice - The Carter Center Access to Justice. USD -33 475

Legal and judicial development

Description

The program consist of three core components; provision of legal aid support and justice information to citizens, support to dispute resolution and good local governance and establish linkages between formal and informal justice sectors as well as between urban and rural areas.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209006701-LBR-15130

Forum Syd Liberia Inception Phase USD -57 302

Democratic participation and civil society

Description

The proposed contribution 'Forum Syd Civil Society Support to Liberia 2016-2017' is a request to the Embassy from Forum Syd Liberia for SEK 2 013 377 to fund a 12 month inception phase in Liberia. The purpose of the inception phase is to contribute to a strengthened civil society in Liberia with increased democratic influence and marginalized women and men increasingly exercising their rights more successfully. The inception phase is intended to assist Forum Syd deliver a long term proposal based on relevant, well-structured and efficient programme design based on the contextual needs of the Liberian civil society including poor and marginalized people. During this inception phase, Forum Syd plans to undertake a number of desk studies and consultative meetings with civil society organizations and CBOs in Liberia.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-10148A0101-LBR-15150

Public Finance Management Capacity Building USD -131 008

Public finance management

Description

Cooperation with Liberia's ministry of finance to build up the country's capacity for Public Financial Management, co-financed with USA.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209003201-LBR-15111

Public Financial Management (Support) IMF USD -251 743

Public finance management

Description

Support to PFM-reforms and work with anti-corruption through TA support to the Coordination office for PFM in Liberia through IMF.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5209002501-LBR-15111

Year Value (SEK) Value (USD)
2020
2019 SEK 134 m USD 14.1 m
2018 SEK 132 m USD 15.2 m
2017 SEK 121 m USD 14.2 m
2016 SEK 123 m USD 14.4 m
2015 SEK 140 m USD 16.6 m
2014 SEK 135 m USD 19.7 m
2013 SEK 100 m USD 15.4 m
2012 SEK 134 m USD 19.8 m
2011 SEK 155 m USD 23.9 m
2010 SEK 111 m USD 15.4 m
2009 SEK 85,6 m USD 11.2 m
2008 SEK 49,8 m USD 7.5 m
2007 SEK 30,7 m USD 4.6 m
2006 SEK 52,4 m USD 7.1 m
2005 SEK 28,7 m USD 3.8 m
2004 SEK 11,5 m USD 1.6 m
2003 SEK 1,8 m USD 220 k
2002 SEK 2,1 m USD 211 k
2001 SEK 1,7 m USD 161 k
2000 SEK 5,3 m USD 581 k
1999 SEK 564 t USD 68.2 k
1998 SEK 200 t USD 25.2 k

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Liberia

Human Development Index
176
(Ranking 189 countries, 2019)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
677.3
(Per capita in USD, 2018)
World's aid (ODA) as percentage of GNI
20.2 %
(ODA, 2018)
Swedish part of total aid (ODA)
11.3 %
(ODA, 2018)

Government and civil society

Government and civil society