The Aid Management Patform is a web-based, e-government tool that increases transparency in aid processes between developing country governments and their donors, and reduces the transaction costs of aid tracking, reporting and coordination. The first modules have been deployed (May 2005) by the Government of Ethiopia, which also helped define what the system should address. Additional modules are underway. This has been an international, cooperative effort and the system can now be made available and tailored for the needs of other governments.
Grandes orientations du SMSI qui ont un rapport avec cette activité : Thème 3. L'accès à l'information et au savoir
Thème 4. Le renforcement des capacités
Thème 6. Créer un environnement propice
Thème 11. Coopération internationale et régionale
Thème 12. Atteindre les objectifs du SMSI (Plan d'action, Section B)
Ministry of Finance and Economic Development in Ethiopia, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (on behalf of the Government of India), OECD, UNDP, World Bank, and Ethiopia's official Donor Assistance Group