Chad’s AMP Goes Public // La PGA du Tchad est maintenant accessible au public

July 19, 2016
Fabrice Musoni
Aid Effectiveness & Management, En Français, News/Events, Open Data

Last month, Chad became the second country in Francophone Africa and eleventh worldwide to make its Aid Management Platform (AMP) public and accessible to its citizens and Internet users.

The launch of the public portal was one of the key highlights of a workshop hosted in N’Djamena by the Ministry of Planning in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the theme “meeting the challenges of country ownership and sustainability,” to mark the start of the third year of implementing the Aid Management Program.

The workshop convened over 30 staff from line ministries, bilateral and multilateral institutions to learn about the AMP and explore ways features of the platform such as the Geographic Information System (GIS) module, which maps data on official development assistance, can promote planning, coordination and decision making on development activities.

“Sustainability and national ownership of the tool is a challenge that can only be met with strong collaboration among ministries and between the government and its development partners,” noted Ms. Ildjima Badda Mallot, Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Planning in her closing remarks.

Development Gateway looks forward to continuing its partnership with the Government of Chad in implementing activities planned for the third year. These include strengthening capacities of the AMP team and focal points of key stakeholders, pursuing the geocoding process, and providing technical assistance as well as advisory services aimed at promoting sustainability and national ownership of the AMP.


Le Tchad est devenue le deuxième pays en Afrique francophone et onzième dans le monde à rendre publique les données sur les interventions de ses partenaires au développement.

Le lancement du portail public a eu lieu lors d’un atelier de vulgarisation de la plateforme de gestion de l’aide (PGA), organiser par le Ministère du Plan et de la Prospective (MPP) en collaboration avec le Programme des Nations Unies de Développement (PNUD) à N’Djamena le moi dernier.

Organiser sous le thème « répondre aux défis liés à l’appropriation nationale et à la pérennisation » de la PGA, l’atelier a convoqué plus d’une trentaine des cadres ministériels et représentants des organisations bilatérales et multilatérales.

Après la démonstration du logiciel, les participants ont mis l’accent sur le module de cartographie et qui peuvent faciliter la programmation, la coordination et prise de décisions dans le cadre de la gestion de l’aide publique au développement.

« Nous ne pouvons pas surmonter les défis liés à l’appropriation nationale de l’outil et sa pérennisation sans une collaboration plus étroite parmi les ministères et entre le gouvernement et ses partenaires », à noter Ildjima Badda Malot, Directrice Générale Adjointe du MPP pour clôturer l’atelier qui marquait le début la troisième année de mise en place de la plateforme.

Development Gateway tiens à poursuivre son partenariat avec le Gouvernement Tchadien afin de mener les activités qui vont promouvoir la pérennisation et l’appropriation national de la PGA. Il s’agit ici de renforcer les capacités de l’équipe PGA, poursuivre l’exercice de la géolocalisation et fournir le soutien technique.

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