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Mozambique PFM for Results Program : Technical Assessment

ABSENTEEISM ACCESS TO RESOURCES ACCESS TO TRAINING ACCOUNTABILITY FOR PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR RESOURCES ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS ACCOUNTING ACTION PLANS AGGREGATE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ALLOCATION AVAILABILITY OF SCHOOLS BUDGET CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET PREPARATION BURNS CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL AUTHORITIES CHART OF ACCOUNTS CLASSROOM COMMODITIES COMMODITY CONTROL SYSTEM COST EFFECTIVENESS COST-EFFECTIVENESS CUSTOMS CUSTOMS CLEARANCE DATA COLLECTION DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DECISION-MAKING DELIVERY SYSTEM DELIVERY SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DONOR ASSISTANCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION STRATEGY EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES EDUCATIONAL QUALITY EFFICIENCY OF EXPENDITURE EFFICIENCY OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING EFFICIENT ALLOCATION ENROLMENT RATES ENROLMENT RATES FOR GIRLS EXPENDITURE AREAS EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE EXTERNAL CONSULTANTS EXTERNAL FINANCING FAMILY PLANNING FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FINANCIAL FLOW FINANCIAL RESOURCE FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION GENDER PARITY GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT POLICIES GOVERNMENT REVENUES GOVERNMENT SPENDING GOVERNMENT SUPPLY GROWTH POTENTIAL HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH UNITS HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION FLOW INFORMATION FLOWS INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INNOVATION INTERFACE INTERMEDIARIES INTERNAL AUDIT INTERNAL CONTROL INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERVENTION INVENTORY INVENTORY MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE SHARING LABOR FORCE LEARNING LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES LESSON LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MEDICINES MINISTERIAL COORDINATION MINISTRY OF FINANCE MORBIDITY MORTALITY NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCES NUMBER OF SCHOOLS ORGANIZATIONAL INCENTIVES ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE PATIENT PERFORMANCE CULTURE PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT PERFORMANCE MONITORING PERFORMANCE TARGETS PERSONAL COMMUNICATION POLICY FRAMEWORKS POVERTY REDUCTION PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION EXPENDITURES PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLETION PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLETION RATES PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL SECTOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PROBLEM SOLVING PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT PROCESSES PROCUREMENT SYSTEMS PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM DESIGN PROGRAM EVALUATION PROGRAM EXPENDITURE PROGRAM FINANCING PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAMS PROTOCOL PROVINCIAL LEVEL PROVINCIAL LEVELS PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGERS PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS PUPIL NUMBERS QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY EDUCATION RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REFORM PROCESSES REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS RESOURCE FLOWS RESULT RESULTS RETENTION SCHOOL BUDGETS SCHOOL COUNCIL SCHOOL COUNCILS SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN SCHOOL DIRECTORS SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL PERFORMANCE SECONDARY EDUCATION SECTOR MINISTRIES SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SITES STATE BUDGET STORAGE FACILITIES STUDENT PERFORMANCE SUPERVISION SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION SUPPLY CHAIN STRUCTURE TAX POLICY TEACHER TEACHER ABSENTEEISM TEACHER SALARIES TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING RESOURCES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TEXT BOOKS TRANSLATION TRANSPARENCY VERIFICATION VOCATIONAL TRAINING WASTE WORKING CONDITIONS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Mozambique
2014-09-11T14:57:56Z | 2014-09-11T14:57:56Z | 2014-01

The discovery of large natural resource reserves in Mozambique has raised expectations of increased economic growth, improved public services and poverty reduction. However, the majority of the population has benefited little from growth in recent years, and may be skeptical that the potential for increased government revenues will translate into improved services. The development potential of future natural resource revenues will partially depend on stronger PFM systems, as well as political commitment to broad based social and economic development. A gap between political rhetoric and improvements in the everyday lives of the population may fuel potential for social unrest. Similarly, changing development partner circumstances (both funding constraints and changing modalities) and perceptions of Mozambique s development trajectory may lead to a drop in the levels of assistance, in advance of actual increases in revenue (it is still some years before natural resources will reach market). The Government needs to respond to both popular expectations and a changing partner environment. This creates a window of opportunity to increase government focus on the effective management of public resources and improved service delivery.

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