USAID's Investments for Economic Development in South Sudan - Dollars to Results
FY 2011 $109.7 M
FY 2012 $39.5 M
FY 2013 $40.1 M
FY 2014 $55.2 M
Twenty years of civil war prior to independence, followed by internal conflicts like the current crisis that began in December 2013, has destroyed much of South Sudan's infrastructure and displaced large numbers of people, setting the country back in its economic growth.
USAID's Economic Growth program in South Sudan aims to promote recovery by:
- Building necessary infrastructure;
- Building a strong agricultural sector;
- Supporting core public financial management functions;
- Promoting private sector competitiveness; and
- Promoting livelihoods and economic opportunity.
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Investments and results for fiscal year 2011 include USAID non-humanitarian development activities in Sudan as whole, the majority of which was focused in South Sudan.