The Public Investment Program is one of the Nicaraguan government’s planning instruments, prepared by the General Public Investment Directorate, as established in Law 550. This document is included as an annex into the Nicaraguan Budget Law and helps to put the government policies, plans and programs into practice, in order to reach the medium and long-term goals and targets the country has set. The list of investment projects outlines the name of the responsible institution, the name of the project, annual investment amounts broken down per financing soured (own resources, treasury resources, donations and loans).

Latest update: June 16, 2021

Characterization

List of projects

The list shows the name of the project, entity responsible, source of financing and the budget programmed for each of the years of the program.

Project cost

The program outlines the individual cost of the investment projects.

Assigned budget

The investment program provides for the budget assigned for the first year and projected for the following years.

Territorialization

The projects and their investment amount are shown by department and municipality.

Product and/or Result Indicators

The investment plan does not include product and/or result indicators.

Prioritization

The project list does not include a preferential order and/or prioritization criteria.