Internally Generated Funds – How local governments in Ghana can generate their own money

In the name of capacity building towards improved and citizen-orientated service delivery the Support for Decentralisation Programme (SfDR) in Ghana, on behalf of BMZ, supports local authorities to increase their Internally Generated Funds (IGF). Sufficient local budgets enhance the autonomy of local governments, a key element for sustainable decentralization. With support from SfDR, some districts managed to multiply their IGFs by a wide margin after digitalising the properties within their administrative area and incorporating the data to the electronic management software, “Ntobua”. The video depicts a colourful overview how local authorities can increase their IGFs and what benefits they provide.

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