The Public Investment Program is one of the most important planning instruments of the Nicaraguan government, since it allows the implementation of government policies, plans and programs, in order to achieve the medium and long term objectives and goals proposed for the country. To ensure a high quality of public investment, the General Directorate of Public Investment as the governing body promotes and supports in a continuous process, the professional and technical teams of the SNIP in the ministries, public institutions and local governments that perform public investment functions, in order to develop together and effectively the strategic tasks entrusted to it.

The Public Investment Program is prepared by the General Directorate of Public Investment, in accordance with the provisions of Law 550. This document is incorporated as an annex to the Nicaraguan Budget Law.

The Multiannual programming from 2023 to 2026 lists the projects by institution and the amounts allocated for each year. In addition, for the year 2023, each project is detailed with its associated works, by institution, sector, department and municipality according to funding sources for both internal and external resources.

Latest update: december 20, 2022


List of projects

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


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.


All projects in the investment program were previously considered as prioritized. In 2023, the Public Investment Policy will be focused on increasing the efficiency, performance and impact of public investment on economic growth and poverty reduction, incorporating investment initiatives with criteria for disaster risk reduction and sustainable and inclusive adaptation to climate variability and climate change.