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Improving Basic Services for the Bottom Forty Percent : Results of the Poverty and Social Impact Assessment of Decentralized Basic Service Delivery in Ethiopia

AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AGRICULTURE ANTE-NATAL CARE ANTENATAL CARE BASIC EDUCATION BASIC SERVICES BIRTH ATTENDANT BIRTH ATTENDANTS CAPACITY BUILDING CHILD MORTALITY CHILD SURVIVAL CITIZEN CITIZENS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY HEALTH CONTRACEPTIVE ACCEPTANCE CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE CONTRACEPTIVE USE CROPS DEATH RATES DECENTRALIZATION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DISASTERS DISSEMINATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMICS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ETHNIC GROUP ETHNIC GROUPS EXTENSION EXTENSION SERVICES FAMILY PLANNING FAMILY PLANNING INFORMATION FARMERS FINANCES FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOOD SECURITY GENDER GENDER BIAS GENDER EQUALITY GENDER EQUITY GENDER INEQUALITIES GOVERNMENT CAPACITY HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUNGER IMMUNIZATION INFANT INFORMATION SYSTEMS INTERVENTION LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOW INCOME MALNUTRITION MATERNAL HEALTH MEANS OF INFORMATION MEASLES MEDICINES MIDWIFE MIDWIVES MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORTALITY MORTALITY RATE MOTHER NATIONAL LEVEL NATURAL DISASTER NATURAL DISASTERS NEWSLETTER NURSE NURSES NUTRITIONAL STATUS PHYSICIANS PLACE OF RESIDENCE POVERTY REDUCTION PRACTITIONERS PRE-NATAL CARE PREGNANCIES PREGNANT WOMAN PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE FARMERS PROGRESS PROVISION OF SERVICES PUBLIC AWARENESS PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES QUALITY IMPROVEMENT QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF SERVICES RADIO REDUCING MATERNAL MORTALITY RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE FLOWS RESOURCE USE RESPECT ROADS RURAL AREAS RURAL FINANCE RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL POPULATION SANITATION SCHOOL BUILDINGS SCHOOL STUDENTS SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SERVICE QUALITY SKILLED BIRTH ATTENDANTS SKILLED CARE SOCIAL IMPACT SUPERVISION SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TEACHER RATIO TEACHER SALARIES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TV UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION URBAN AREAS URBAN POPULATION USE OF CONTRACEPTION VACCINATION VULNERABLE GROUPS WATER MANAGEMENT WORKERS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2014-04-16T16:13:02Z | 2014-04-16T16:13:02Z | 2014-01

This report is part of a programmatic knowledge series which will include future reports which will go further on the issues covered. These reports will include among others studies based on services delivery quality in health and education based on on-going surveys as well detailed survey based impact assessment the Promotion of Basic Services (PBS) program. This program based on multi-round surveys over the next three years, an impact assessment of the social accountability component of PBS program for which baseline survey has taken place and a full report is due in two years, all of these studies will further elucidate the findings in this report. This report is structured with a section describing the PBS program and inter-government fiscal transfers underlying Ethiopia's decentralized federal structure. That section will be followed by a section on study approach and then a section on the governance and accountability framework underlying the program. After that there will be a section on the effectiveness of Ethiopia's intergovernmental transfers program (IGFT) on development results in education, health and agriculture which will be followed by a section on the equity impact of the program focusing on income equity, gender equity, spatial equity and ethnic equity. That will be followed by conclusions and annexes including an annex on methodology.

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