An important segment of the donor coordination structure is the coordination at the sector level, through Sector Working Groups (SWGs). There are 10 SWG on broad themes. For more information about each of the SWGs, visit the links below.


(1) Environment (2) Land and Agriculture

(1) Energy; (2) Transport; (3) Water and Sanitation; (4) Spatial Planning; (5) Property rights

Business & Investment (Economy); Finance & Social insurance

(1) Social Protection & Inclusion; (2) Gender Equality & Domestic Violence; (3) Employment & Migration; (4) Education; (5) VET; (6) Health

(1) Witness Protection; (2) Community Policing/Crime Prevention; (3) Integrated Border Management; (4) Police & Organized Crime; (5) Legal Reform; (6) Information Management&Technology; (7) Training and Equipment Assistance

(1) Public Administration; (2) Statistics; (3) ICT; (4) Anti-Corruption




2011 Survey on Monitoring Paris Declaration
The third round of Monitoring the Paris Declaration will begin in October 2010 and will be completed by March 2011....  

Government-Donor Roundtable 3 December 2010
The regular Government-Donor Roundtable took place on 3 December 2010...  

Government-Donor Dialogue September and October 2010
Issues No. 42 and 43 of the Government-Donor Dialogue Newsletter with news from the months of September and October 2010 have been...  

Public launch of Policy and Strategy Sector Reform
On 1 June 2010, the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Telecommunication launched the Policy and Strategy Document for the Wa...  

Conference on Effective Support for Enlargement, 19 October 2009
On 19 October 2009, the European Commission and the Swedish EU Presidency held a joint conference on Effective Support for Enlarge...  

The 9th meeting of the IPS Support Group 29 May 2009
On 29 May 2009, the IPS Support Group held its ninth meeting to review progress and achievements of the IPS and the IPS Multi-Don...  

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