Support to Inclusive and Sustainable Planning

What is the project about?

SISP
Bangladesh's economic growth has been considerable in the past decade. UNDP works with the government to ensure it can trickle down to enable disadvantaged populations to climb out of poverty. Photo: UNDP Bangladesh

The objective of SISP is to strengthen policy and technical capacity within key Government agencies in Bangladesh. The project has a definitive focus on inclusive, pro-poor economic policy, and aims to build government capacity for sustainable environmental planning to secure a balanced and equitable future. The MDG monitoring and evaluation component of SISP is a continuation of the previous evaluation program in Bangladesh, and will accelerate its progress towards the MDGs up to and beyond 2015.

What have we accomplished so far?

The SISP project is in the early stages, having secured buy-in from Government agencies and development partners – including key budget commitments. SISP is now moving into the implementation stage with strong support at the national and international level.

Who finances it?



Donor    Amount
UNDP         $ 2.2 million           
United Nations Department of Economicand Social Affairs (UN DESA)         $ 0.3 million    
Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI) of UNDP and the United Nations Environment Programme         $ 0.2 million
Unfunded         $  2 million
Project Overview
Status
Active
Project start date
01 June 2013
Estimated end date
31 December 2016
Geographic coverage
Country wide
Focus Area
Poverty Reduction, Human Development
MDG
Goals 1 through 8
Partners
UNDESA, UNEP, General Economics Division (GED), Ministry of Finance (MoF), Bangladesh Bank (BB), Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS)