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Sudan State-Level Public Expenditure Review : Meeting the Challenges of Poverty Reduction and Basic Service Delivery, Volume 2. Background Papers

TAX INCENTIVES WASTE SUB-NATIONAL ENTITIES REVENUE PERFORMANCE RISKS SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS REVENUE SHORTFALLS SUB- NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES POLICY REFORMS MINISTRIES OF HEALTH VACCINATION REVENUE MOBILIZATION CITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL SYSTEMS TOTAL PUBLIC EXPENDITURES LAWS FISCAL TRANSFERS REVENUE PER CAPITA LOCAL GOVERNMENTS COMMUNITY HEALTH LOCAL REVENUE RESOURCE ALLOCATION TAX COLLECTION STATE EXPENDITURES CENTRAL BUDGET HEALTH CARE REVENUES POLITICAL DECENTRALIZATION REVENUE MANAGEMENT EXPENDITURES PER CAPITA HEALTH MACROECONOMIC CONDITIONS REVENUE ASSIGNMENT SYSTEM TAX SYSTEMS PRISONS TAX MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION EXPENDITURES ON HEALTH FISCAL FEDERALISM BUDGET FORMULATION TOTAL PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVENUE SOURCES PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION PUBLIC HEALTH LIFE EXPECTANCY REVENUE-GENERATING CAPACITY REVENUE ASSIGNMENT SUB- NATIONAL GOVERNMENT KNOWLEDGE DISABILITIES BUDGET ALLOCATIONS MACROECONOMIC CONTEXT MACROECONOMIC STABILITY SUB- NATIONAL MINISTRY EXERCISES TOTAL EXPENDITURE MINISTRY OF HEALTH REVENUE CAPACITY REVENUE BASE COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES INTERVENTION SECONDARY SCHOOLS REVENUE SOURCE HEALTH INDICATORS FEDERAL TRANSFERS TO STATES REDISTRIBUTION CENTRAL TRANSFERS TAX EXEMPTIONS BUDGET EXECUTION MIGRATION TRANSFERS MINISTRIES OBSERVATION MARKETING TAX BASE EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT BUDGET DEFICIT CAPITAL EXPENDITURE TAX REVENUES TAX COLLECTIONS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW INTERVIEW MORTALITY ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES SOCIAL SUPPORT TAX POLICIES PUBLIC INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE TAXES NUTRITIONAL STATUS FISCAL DEFICIT PRIMARY SCHOOLS EXPENDITURE UNEMPLOYMENT SUB-NATIONAL EQUITY FISCAL PERFORMANCE STATE MINISTRY STATE EXPENDITURE WORKERS FEDERAL REVENUE SURGERY EMERGENCY FUND CENTRAL CONTROL SOCIAL SERVICES STATE GOVERNMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE FEDERAL TRANSFERS BUDGET PROCESS DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURES HEALTH POLICY MEDICAL SPECIALISTS STATE ENTERPRISES EXPENDITURE NEED HEALTH OUTCOMES FEDERAL GRANTS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES CENTRAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FEDERAL MINISTRY STRESS EXPENDITURES TAX BASIS INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL TRANSFERS CITY TRANSPORTATION EFFICIENCY IN SERVICE DELIVERY WORKSHOPS EXPENDITURE TRACKING TAX SHARING QUALITY CONTROL STATE BUDGET PRIMARY HEALTH CARE TAX REVENUE REVENUE COLLECTION TAXATION REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FISCAL ADJUSTMENT WEIGHT FISCAL SPACE MACROECONOMIC IMBALANCES PREGNANT WOMEN TAX REVENUE MOBILIZATION MUNICIPALITY CHILDREN CLINICS OUTSTANDING DEBT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT FEDERAL FUNDING MINISTRY OF FINANCE FEDERAL SPENDING POVERTY MINISTRIES OF FINANCE REDISTRIBUTIVE IMPACT BIRTH ATTENDANTS STATE GOVERNORS TOTAL EXPENDITURES TAXPAYERS SECTOR EXPENDITURES FISCAL BALANCE FEDERALISM DECENTRALIZATION FEDERAL TRANSFER REVENUE TAX POLICY FEDERAL EXPENDITURE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER LIVING CONDITIONS CAPITAL EXPENDITURES GOVERNORS POVERTY RATE COMMUNITY STRATEGY TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE REGISTRATION FAMILIES MEDICINES HOSPITALS INTERMEDIARIES FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION STATE MINISTRIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2015-12-23T15:34:08Z | 2015-12-23T15:34:08Z | 2014-05

Sudan has the potential to become a dynamic economy and a bread basket for the Arab world and East-Central Africa. However, resource endowment is not sufficient to bring about sustainable growth and prosperity. Sudans macroeconomic conditions remain weak since the secession of South Sudan in 2011, despite some improvements. The repercussions of the secession of South Sudan present enormous challenges for Sudan with respect to managing the macro-fiscal adjustment and promoting a structural re-orientation of the economy. The signing in March 2013 of the implementation matrix of the agreement between Sudan and South Sudan provides some fresh financial relief to Sudan and creates a great opportunity for further policy reforms to address the post-secession challenges. Sudans growth strategy should involve policies aimed at improving the investment climate and broadening private sector-led growth, and diversifying the economy toward non-oil sectors such as agriculture, industry, export, and local trade.

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