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The South Africa Agriculture Public Expenditure Review

SKILLS VETERINARY SERVICES AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH FINANCIAL SERVICES MINISTRIES OF AGRICULTURE FISH BUDGET MANAGEMENT LAND REFORM ECONOMIC GROWTH EQUIPMENT RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN ANIMAL PRODUCTS ACCOUNTING PRODUCTION FOREST MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SOIL CONSERVATION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PUBLIC SECTOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GOVERNMENT SPENDING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT DATA COLLECTION FINANCIAL RESOURCES RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROGRAMS INFORMATION SERVICES PUBLIC SERVICES NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOUSING EXPENDITURE BUDGET AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION HEALTH PROVINCIAL LEVELS AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS HUNGER FUNDS INCOME TAX INFLATION TOTAL PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BUDGET KNOWLEDGE ANIMAL HEALTH DATA COLLECTION PROCESS PLANTS TOTAL EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURE PROCESS DISEASES ANIMAL DISEASES ENERGY SOURCES APPROPRIATION AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY PERSONAL INCOME BUDGET ALLOCATION AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS EXPENDITURE ISSUES PRODUCTS BUDGET EXECUTION LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS MARKETING DRAINAGE SERVICE PROVIDER PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE DIAGNOSTIC RESEARCH ACCOUNTING SYSTEM LIVESTOCK EXTENSION HISTORY FARMERS PROVINCIAL LEVEL SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW ANIMAL PRODUCTION BUDGET PLANNING GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT FOOD PRODUCTS EXPENDITURE DATA CROPS ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES FOREIGN CURRENCY AGGREGATE EXPENDITURE FOOD PRODUCTION EXPENDITURE R&D NATIONAL BUDGETS FARMERS’ ORGANIZATIONS ACCOUNTABILITY PROVINCIAL EXPENDITURE PESTS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE BUDGET PROCESS EXTENSION SERVICES BUDGET DATA GENDER AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING BUDGETS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURES AGRICULTURAL MARKETING GOVERNMENT REVENUE INCOMES BUDGET ALLOCATION PROCESS AGRICULTURE EXPENDITURES AGENCIES NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRIVATE SECTOR NUTRITION ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION EXPENDITURE TRACKING ECONOMICS TAX REVENUE MANAGEMENT NATIONAL EXPENDITURE PROGRAM STRUCTURE FISHERIES PERSONAL INCOME TAX PUBLIC RESOURCES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS LOW INCOME AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES LAND EDUCATION GROWTH RATE BIOTECHNOLOGY BUDGET SYSTEM FARMS REFORM PROCESS ALLOCATION ECOLOGY FEED BUDGETARY CONSTRAINTS AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION DECENTRALIZATION FUNDING LIVELIHOODS ANNUAL RATE ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION SERVICES AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT BUDGETING PROCESS WOMEN AGRICULTURAL BUDGET REVIEW DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS PUBLIC SPENDING TECHNOLOGIES PUBLIC SERVICE OUTCOMES RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL R&D EXPENDITURE PROGRAMS UNIVERSITIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | South Africa
2016-08-04T14:41:49Z | 2016-08-04T14:41:49Z | 2015-01

This South African Agricultural Public Expenditure Review (AgPer) is one of a series of similar studies undertaken in several countries in Sub-Saharan Africa under the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP) of the African Union’s (AU) New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) which encourages governments and development partners (DPs) to target public expenditure on the agriculture sector as the most effective way of stimulating growth. The overall purpose of the budget tracking and public expenditure review is to provide recommendations to address budgetary planning, budget execution, and accountability in the agricultural sector, the creation of a reliable data base, and more effective intra- and inter-sectoral coordination. It is also aimed at stimulating increased resource allocations and to enhance the harmonization and alignment of resources around national and provincial priorities in the agricultural sector. The report aims to produce the following outputs: foundation data set for understanding reflecting the COFOG and South African nomenclature in budgeting; synthesis of the level, composition and quality of budget; and recommendations for enhancement of the budget tracking process.

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