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Liberia - Public Expenditure Review : Human Development

ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO QUALITY SCHOOLING ACCESS TO SCHOOLS ACCOUNTABILITY ADOLESCENTS APPROPRIATIONS BASIC PACKAGE BASIC SCHOOLING BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET TRANSFERS CHILD EDUCATION CHILD MALNUTRITION CIVIL SERVICE CIVIL SERVICE AGENCY CLASS SIZE CLASSROOM CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CLASSROOMS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS COMPULSORY BASIC EDUCATION COST PER STUDENT DISTRICT EDUCATION DONOR SUPPORT DROPOUT RATE EARLY CHILDHOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EDUCATION ATTAINMENT EDUCATION EXPENDITURE EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION INVESTMENTS EDUCATION MANAGEMENT EDUCATION MATERIALS EDUCATION OFFICES EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SPENDING EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES EDUCATORS ENROLLMENT OF GIRLS ENROLLMENT RATE ENROLLMENT RATES EQUAL ACCESS EQUITABLE ACCESS EXTERNAL AID FEMALE ENROLLMENT FEMALE STUDENTS FEMALE TEACHERS FINANCE MINISTRY FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FIRST GRADE FISCAL POLICY GENDER DISPARITIES GENDER EQUALITY GENDER GAP GENDER PARITY GENERAL EDUCATION GER GIRLS GIRLS IN SCHOOL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT SPENDING GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE GROSS ENROLLMENT RATES GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPENDING HIGH SCHOOL HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION QUALITY INSTRUCTION INTERVENTIONS JUNIOR SECONDARY JUNIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION JUNIOR SECONDARY LEVELS JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP LEARNING LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES LEVEL OF EDUCATION LEVEL OF PUBLIC SPENDING LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERACY MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL INCOME NATIONAL PENSION SCHEME NATIONAL SCHOOL NER NET ENROLLMENT NET ENROLLMENT RATIO NET ENROLLMENT RATIOS NUMBER OF TEACHERS NUTRITION OFFICIAL SCHOOL AGE OLDER CHILDREN OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE POST-CONFLICT SITUATION POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION BUDGET PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY GROSS ENROLLMENT PRIMARY GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY LEVELS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOLS PROGRAMS PUBLIC EDUCATION SPENDING PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES ON EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUBLIC WORKS QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF LIFE RECURRENT EXPENDITURE REPEATERS REPETITION RATES RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION RURAL AREAS SANITATION SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN SCHOOL CENSUS SCHOOL CENSUSES SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL DROPOUT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL FEEDING SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL SETTINGS SCHOOL SIZE SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SHARE OF EDUCATION BUDGET SKILLED WORKERS SKILLS TRAINING SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EQUITY SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL PROTECTION SECTOR SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL WELFARE STUDENT LEARNING STUDENT POPULATION STUDENT SCORES STUDENT TEACHER RATIO STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO STUDENT-TEACHER RATIOS TEACHER TEACHER DEVELOPMENT TEACHER TRAINING TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING QUALITY TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOKS TRAINING OF PERSONNEL TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES TRANSPARENCY UNEQUAL ACCESS UNIVERSAL PRIMARY COMPLETION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE GROUPS YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH
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Washington, DC
Africa | Liberia
2013-02-11T23:13:12Z | 2013-02-11T23:13:12Z | 2012-11

The human development sector (essentially, education, health, and social protection) plays an important role in promoting economic development and social equity, and improvement in these areas can have a salutary impact on peace and stability. This report is a compilation of three separate sector studies, covering education, health, and social protection. Notwithstanding that each study focuses on progress achieved in distinct areas, a number of cross cutting themes permeate the different chapters. The main cross-cutting threads can be summarized as follows: (i) overall public spending on human development is low given the needs of the population and is highly dependent on donor financing for a large number of activities, a situation that entails risks to sustainability and future development; (ii) intra sectoral allocation is not sufficiently pro-poor; (iii) resource allocation is inequitable; (iv) inefficiency in public expenditures, with large shares of funds going to overhead; leakage of wage funds; and low value for money; and (v) severe lack of data and capacity to monitor and analyze developments.

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