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PETS-QSDS in Sub-Saharan Africa : A Stocktaking Study

ABSENTEEISM ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING SYSTEM ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE ALLOCATION ALLOCATION OF FUNDS ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION BASELINE DATA BASIC HEALTH SERVICES BASIC SERVICES BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET ESTIMATES BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET INFORMATION BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET SUPPORT BUDGET TRANSFERS BUDGETARY ALLOCATION BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS BUDGETARY INFORMATION BUDGETARY RESOURCES BUDGETING PROCESS CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CAPITATION CAPITATION GRANT CASH TRANSFERS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES CLINICS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DATA COLLECTION DATA ENTRY DATA QUALITY DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION POLICIES DEFICIENT ACCOUNTING DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE DISCRETIONARY EXPENDITURES DISCRETIONARY FUNDS DISPENSARIES DISTRICT DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIONS DISTRICT BUDGET DISTRICT EDUCATION DISTRICT HEALTH DISTRICT LEVEL DISTRICT OFFICES DISTRICT OFFICIAL DISTRICT OFFICIALS DISTRICTS DONOR FUNDING ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION SYSTEM EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC SPENDING EFFICIENCY OF PUBLIC SPENDING EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE DELIVERY ENTITLEMENTS EXPENDITURE ALLOCATION EXPENDITURE ALLOCATIONS EXPENDITURE DATA FINANCIAL CAPACITY FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS FINANCIAL FLOWS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SUPPORT FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS FINANCIAL TRANSFERS FISCAL YEARS GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GRANT PROGRAM HEALTH ADMINISTRATION HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES HEALTH CARE SYSTEM HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH CLINICS HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICE HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPENDING HEALTH UNITS HEALTH WORKERS HIV/AIDS HOSPITALS IMMUNIZATION IMPACT EVALUATIONS INFORMATION ASYMMETRY INFORMATION FLOW INFORMATION FLOWS INTENDED BENEFICIARIES INVESTMENT BUDGET LEVEL OF PUBLIC SPENDING LIFE EXPECTANCY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEDICAL PRODUCTS MEDICAL SUPPLIES MEDICINES MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH MISMANAGEMENT MORAL HAZARD MORTALITY MULTILATERAL DONORS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES OUTCOME INDICATORS PATIENT PATIENTS PERFORMANCE OF GOVERNMENT POLICY MAKERS POLICY REFORM POLICY REFORMS POLICY-MAKERS POLITICIANS POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION OBJECTIVES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRINCIPAL-AGENT PROCUREMENT PROCESS PROGRAMS PROVINCE PROVINCES PROVINCIAL LEVELS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURE TRACKING PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDING PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH CARE PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM PUBLIC MANAGEMENT PUBLIC OFFICIALS PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SERVICES QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF HEALTH QUALITY OF SERVICES QUANTITATIVE DATA QUANTITATIVE SERVICE DELIVERY RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REFORM AGENDA REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION RESOURCE FLOWS SALARY PAYMENTS SANITATION SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL SYSTEMS SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM SERVICE FACILITIES SERVICE FACILITY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SERVICE QUALITY SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL PROGRAMS SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL WELFARE SUB-NATIONAL TRANSPARENCY WAGE EXPENDITURE WAGE EXPENDITURES WORKERS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
2017-08-10T20:04:29Z | 2017-08-10T20:04:29Z | 2010-07

This study examines Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS) and Quantitative Service Delivery Survey (QSDS) carried out in Africa with the objective of assessing their approaches, main findings, and contributions. Section 2 investigates the context, motivations, and objectives of PETS and QSDS that have been carried out in Sub-Saharan Africa. Section 3 examines the institutional arrangements for resource allocation and service delivery in social sectors. Section 4 presents some of the main findings of tracking surveys. Section 5 analyzes methodological approaches used in previous tracking surveys in order to identify factors that could explain the difference in past surveys' success, and identify potential methodological harmonization. Section 6 presents a series of good practice principles that arise from past experience, and discusses how they could be implemented. Section 7 proposes potential future surveys and endeavors.

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