The Basic Services Fund was established in 2005 by the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom (DFID) with the goal to support the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) in expanding education, water and sanitation services in Southern Sudan.
The approach of BSF towards the above mentioned goal and purpose is to directly finance NGOs to deliver basic services, and to help to build capacity among local communities and national NGOs for the management and maintenance of basic services. Therefore, the purpose of the BSF is furthermore to strengthen GoSS capacity to plan, monitor and co-ordinate non-state service delivery in the education, health and water and sanitation sectors.
Project Memorandums: Phase 1, Phase 2 and Interim Arrangement (BSF-IA from 1st July 2010 - 31st December 2011).
|Project Memorandum Phase 1.doc||248 KB|
|Project Memorandum Phase 2.doc||125 KB|
|Project Memorandum Phase IA.pdf||99.6 KB|