Welcome to the Basic Services Fund of the Government of South Sudan (BSF) website. BSF was established in 2005 with the goal to support the Government of South Sudan (GoSS) in expanding primary education, primary health, and water and sanitation services to communities recovering from conflict.
BSF receives support from International Donors and directly finances local and international NGOs to deliver basic services through primary education, primary health, water and sanitation projects in Phase 1 - Round 1 (2006-2008), Phase 1 - Round 2 (2007-2008), Phase 2 (2009-2010) and Phase IA (2010-2011). The Steering Committee granted an extension of BSF (BSF-IAe) and grants start on the 1st January 2012 and finish December 31st 2012.
The BSF website is a resource for partners (GoSS, grant recipients, donors) and stakeholders (community), to view and share information on progress and lessons learned. Progress Reports of all grant recipients, Maps, BSF Documents and Project Documents, GOSS Policies, Miscellaneous Reports and Forms & Guidelines are also available on the website.
Presentation of preliminary analysis of BSF-IAe results based on the data of quarterly reports. The presentation took place on Tuesday 26th February 2013 in the MSH Hall in the Ministry of Health in Juba. Representatives of various NGOs, DFID and BSF Secretariat attended the round table.
The 40th Steering Committee Meeting will be held on 26th March 2013 at the GATC at 10am.
The 39th Steering Committee meeting was scheduled on Thursday 31st January 2013 at 9.30am at the Juba Regency Hotel in Juba. However, the meeting did not take place and will be rescheduled till 26th March at 10am at the GATC, Juba.
Status Review of the BSF Drilling Activities between 2006-2012 - Workshop
7th December 2012 at GATC at 10am.
The results of the Status Review of the BSF Drilling Activities between 2006-2012 were presented. The Status Review was executed in the last phase of BSF was composed of a assessment of the functionality of all the boreholes that were drilled since 2006 and a questionnaire to NGOs to provide feedback on the way they have implemented their WASH component and whether they have followed the advice provided by the BSF Secretariat.