South Sudan Health Pooled Fund – Value for Money strategy

South Sudan

The Project

LAMP reviewed and updated the VfM Strategy for the Health Pooled Fund (HPF) programme in South Sudan. This is a DFID-led £120 million HPF managed by a consortium headed by Crown Agents. LAMP’s work was conducted in collaboration with the programme team in South Sudan and the implementing partners. Two workshops were conducted on-site with the staff and implementing partners to develop the understanding of VfM across the programme and to develop a tailored strategy and framework that was useful for all stakeholders.

Highlights

  • A participative approach involving a 2-day workshop in Juba with key project staff was used to develop the framework
  • LAMP built on previous work with Crown Agents to complete the assignment in a condensed timeframe

Client Testimonial

The work was helpful as it provided essential data to report to DFID. The recommendations on what partners needed to do to improve reporting were right. The recommendations were good. The flexibility in juggling work when all the data wasn’t made available on time was appreciated.

- Principal consultant, AGIARP

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