Tajikistan—Support to Parliamentary Oversight of the Public Financial Management Process in the Tajikistan Parliament

Client: U.K. Department for International Development

Duration: 2015-2020

Region: Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Country: Tajikistan

Solutions: Governance

DAI manages a local team partly comprised of the Parliament’s Economics and Finance Committee Secretariat, and will be based in Dushanbe. DAI’s project is a component of a wider programme of support by the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID) and the World Bank to the Government of Tajikistan for improved public financial management (PFM), which includes technical assistance to ministries, the Parliament, and civil society. Our team strengthens Parliament’s analysis and review of budgetary information; the availability of high-quality, evidence-based research on PFM; and engagement between Parliament and its constituents.

Sample Activities

  • Support access by parliamentarians and their staff to high-quality training and evidence-based research.
  • Raise awareness on public finance management and develop mechanisms for parliamentary outreach.
  • Support broader engagement by DFID and the World Bank with the Tajik government on financial oversight and revenue management.
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