Basket funds allow a bundle of activities to be financed by a range of donors through pooled funding aiming towards a strategic plan.
This has significant benefits: it allows great flexibility to financing activities as and when they are needed; it maximizes coordination of activities within the sector and it is much easier to align to Government public financial and economic management.
Basket funds have played a big role in financing core public reform programmes and development activities at the sector level.
Baskets in Tanzania
|Agriculture Sector Development Programme (ASDP)||World Bank||Dr Zainab Semgalawe (email@example.com)|
|Water Basket||Germany||Katrin Brandes (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Health Basket||-||Leticia K. Rweyemamu (email@example.com)/DPG Health Secretariat|
|Public Financial Management Reform Programme (PFMRP)||DFID/Denmark||Vivek Misra (firstname.lastname@example.org)/Mette Melson (email@example.com)|
|Tanzania Statistical Master Plan (TSMP)||World Bank||Elizabeth Ann Talbert (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Business Environment Strengthening in Tanzania-Advocacy Component (www.best-ac.org)||Danida||Hans Determeyer (email@example.com)|