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Niger - Public Expenditure Tracking Survey : Education and Health - Survey Questionnaire

ACADEMIC YEAR ACADEMIC YEARS ACCESS TO BOOKS ACCESS TO LEARNING ACCESS TO TEXTBOOKS ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS ANNUAL RATE AVAILABILITY OF TEXTBOOKS AVERAGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS BACKGROUND PAPERS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC EDUCATION PROJECT BASIC SERVICES BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION BULLETIN BOARDS CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CLINICS COMPLETION RATE COMPLETION RATES COST EFFECTIVENESS COST RECOVERY DATA COLLECTION DELIVERY OF SERVICES DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS DISTRICT EDUCATION ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION BUDGET EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION OFFICES EDUCATION OUTCOMES EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EFFECTIVENESS OF GOVERNMENT EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC SPENDING EFFICIENCY GAINS EFFICIENCY OF EDUCATION SYSTEMS ENROLLMENT RATE ENROLLMENT RATES EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE BUDGET EXPENDITURE TRACKING SURVEYS EXPENDITURES FINANCIAL FLOWS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT SPENDING GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH RATE HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER HEALTH CARE SYSTEM HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH MINISTRY HEALTH OUTCOME HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPENDING HOSPITALS HUMAN RESOURCES IMMUNIZATION IMMUNODEFICIENCY INFORMATION FLOWS INTENDED BENEFICIARIES LEARNING LEARNING MATERIAL LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES MEASLES MEDICINES MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF ECONOMY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF FINANCE MORTALITY NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL EDUCATION NATIONAL STATISTICS NER NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEXTBOOKS PATIENT PATIENTS PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION OBJECTIVES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION SPENDING PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY ENROLLMENT RATE PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN PRIMARY SCHOOLS PROGRAMS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE EFFICIENCY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE POLICY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE TRACKING PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF SERVICES RADIO REFORM PROGRAM REGIONAL EDUCATION REGIONAL EDUCATION OFFICE RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION RESOURCE FLOWS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SCHOOL CALENDARS SCHOOL DIRECTORS SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL HEADMASTERS SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SCHOOL SUPPLY SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOL YEARS SECTOR MINISTRY SECTOR POLICIES SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL SERVICES TEACHER TEXT BOOKS TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOK PROCUREMENT TEXTBOOKS TRANSPARENCY VACCINATION WASTE
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World Bank
Africa | West Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Sahel | Niger
2012-03-19T17:26:30Z | 2012-03-19T17:26:30Z | 2009-11-18

The objective of the first Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS) for Niger is to increase understanding of the link between public spending and service delivery at the facility level in order to contribute to improving the effectiveness and accountability in the use of public funds. Specifically, this PETS focuses on identifying the discrepancies, inefficiencies and delays in public spending execution for selected expenditures in the education and health sectors. The medium to long term goal of these PETS is to launch a process aimed at continuous improvements in public expenditure efficiency and equity by focusing on capacity building in this area in the ministries of education and health and in the Institute of National Statistics (INS). The main challenge faced by a tracking survey in a country like Niger is the availability and accuracy of records keeping. The Niger PETS highlights a general lack of systematic information recording. The quality of records in the education sector is low and data often incomplete. This is especially a problem when a higher level agency distributes resources to lower level agencies. The absence of downstream records indicates a lack of systems for downward accountability and can facilitate the diversion of resources. This compares unfavorably with a country such as Ghana, where the quality of record is good between the central agency and district offices.

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