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Addis Ababa City : Public Expenditure Review

ACCESS INDICATORS ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE AGGREGATE EXPENDITURE AGGREGATE REVENUE ANNUAL AVERAGE RATE ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGETING ANNUAL PLANS ANNUAL RATE ANNUAL REPORTS ANTENATAL CARE ATTITUDINAL CHANGE BENEFICIARIES BOND BONDS BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET CONSTRAINT BUDGET DEFICIT BUDGET DEFICITS BUDGET FRAMEWORK BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION BUDGET PERFORMANCE BUDGET PLANNING BUDGET PREPARATION BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET PROPOSALS BUDGET YEAR BUDGETING PROCESS CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL BUDGET CAPITAL COSTS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CAPITAL GAINS CAPITAL OUTLAY CAPITAL OUTLAYS CAPITAL PROJECTS CAPITAL SPENDING CHILD DEVELOPMENT CITY ADMINISTRATION CLINICS COLLECTED REVENUES COMMERCIAL BANK COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION OF SERVICE DELIVERY DECISION-MAKING DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DOMESTIC REVENUE DONOR FUNDING DONOR FUNDS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC STABILITY EDUCATION BUDGET EDUCATION LEVEL ENROLLMENT ENROLMENT RATES EXPENDITURE ASSIGNMENT EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT EXPENDITURES EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE EXTERNAL GRANTS FAMILIES FAMILY PLANNING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL RESOURCE FINANCIAL RESOURCES FISCAL DATA FISCAL SOVEREIGNTY FOREIGN GRANTS GENDER GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLDS HOUSING IMMUNIZATION INCOME GROWTH INCOME TAX INDICATORS OF ACCESS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INTERNAL AUDITS LAND USE LAWS LOAN LOAN REPAYMENT LOAN REPAYMENTS MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MICRO ENTERPRISE MICRO ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT MICRO-ENTERPRISE MINISTRY OF FINANCE MUNICIPAL SERVICES MUNICIPAL TAXES NATURAL RESOURCES NEEDS ASSESSMENT NURSES OVERHEAD COSTS PATIENTS PERFORMANCE REPORTS PHYSICIANS POLICY FORMULATION POVERTY PROFILE PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC FACILITIES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC GOODS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC REVENUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SERVICES RECURRENT EXPENDITURE REPAYMENT RESOURCE ALLOCATION REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE ESTIMATES REVENUE PLANNING REVENUE PROJECTIONS REVENUE SOURCES REVOLVING FUND ROAD CONSTRUCTION ROAD FUND ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD NETWORK ROADS SANITATION SECONDARY SCHOOLS SECTOR BUDGET SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVISION SETTLEMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL WELFARE STAMP DUTY TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX COLLECTION TAX ON PROPERTY TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUES TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOTAL EXPENDITURE TOTAL SPENDING TRANSPARENCY TREASURY TURNOVER UNCERTAINTY UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN SERVICES VACCINATION WASTE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2013-02-13T20:16:28Z | 2013-02-13T20:16:28Z | 2010-07

This study on Addis Ababa is part of the national Public Expenditure Review (PFR-2010) study and the report is one of the four regional PER-2010 reports. The objective of the study is to review the institutional arrangements for managing public finances in Addis Ababa city administration, to assess the level, trend, and composition of public revenue, spending and financing as well as to review the planning and budgeting process. The study has also tried to evaluate the city administration's service delivery outcomes in education and health sectors as well as road and housing development which are the two most prioritized sectors in terms of their share from the total capital outlay. The report has reviewed different studies, plans and performance reports of the various sectors in the city administration. The analysis is largely based on information and data obtained from different bureaus of the city administration especially Addis Ababa bureau of finance and economic development.

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