Donors expenditure on SSR

06/04/2016 @ 21:51
by Philippine Goelen

Dear all,

I am currently looking for data/papers/analysis allowing me to track major donors (UN, UE, DFID, USAID, etc.) SSR contributions to obtain a clearer picture of external support for SSR.

Many thanks for your help,

Philippine Goelen

01/12/2017 @ 14:09
by Philippine Goelen

Dear colleagues, 

It is with great pleasure that I am sharing you today the results of my research on the difficulties encountered by consultants in the implementation of Security Sector Reform (SSR) projects.  

I would like to thank all the participants for their contribution (and enthusiasm!) which allowed for an in-depth analysis of the particular and poorly documented challenges they are experiencing on the field.

If you have any further questions or comments, I'll be delighted to hear your feedback !

Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/1866/16336

Goelen_Philippine_2016_memoire.pdf (1.1 MB)
26/07/2016 @ 14:13
by Thammy Evans

Dear Philippine,

There are several trackers of aid, such as

The UK DFID devtracker also has some stuff under Sector 22 - unallocated projects https://devtracker.dfid.gov.uk/sector/22/projects so it is worth looking there (eg the UN Peacebuilding Fund).

Would be great if people could add others that they know of - France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway etc ?

The OECD-DAC is meant to track this, but it is very incomplete - please come back to us if you want further information on some initial research and analysis that has been done on this. Otherwise you can interrogated the QWIDS database here http://stats.oecd.org/qwids/#?x=1&y=6&f=2:262,4:1,7:1,9:85,3:60,5:3,8:85&q=2:262+4:1+7:1+9:85+3:60+5:3+8:85+1:2+6:2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014 

Finally, the UN released a peace of research on their PBSO work which revealed that only 7% of their SSR funding was actually spend on governance, the remainder being spent on training, equipment and infratructure http://www.un.org/en/peacebuilding/pbso/pdf/SSR2_web.pdf 

09/04/2016 @ 09:43
by Richard NZAMBIMANA

You can go to website :www.programmedss.bi and found information what was done in sector security reform in burundi by supporting by Netherland cooperation.