Created in 2005, the External Finance Unit is the key Government entry point of external financing. The External Finance Unit provides development partners with a centralised interface; and, it offers guidance and leadership on how Development Partners can better align their support to Government priorities.
The EFU's key responsibilities are:
.Mobilizing External Financing from traditional partners and non-traditional partners to complement domestic revenues in the National Budget. This financing includes;
1) Official Development Assistance (Grants & Concessional Loans)
2) Commercial loans to finance Government priorities (Sovereign Bonds)
.Mobilizing financing for the private sector from International financial institutions.
.Coordination of Development Partners through various forums.
Development Assistance Data Base (DAD)
FINAL STRATEGY REPORT-PHILANTHROPY