The State Fragility initiative has been engaged with Sudan’s transitional government since October 2019. Priority areas include macroeconomic stabilisation, domestic revenue mobilisation, and fiscal federalism.
Highlights of past work include providing input and analysis to inform fuel subsidy reform and exchange rate unification. Ongoing work focuses primarily on fiscal federalism, supporting efforts to shift Sudan to a more federal system of governance, as well as tax policy and administration.
Sudan’s reintegration into the international community, significant progress on debt forgiveness, and effective implementation of key macroeconomic reforms has made further economic reforms more feasible and the team looks forward to expanding its engagement in Sudan’s transition process.