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Burkina Faso - Public Expenditures Review : Rural Water and Sanitation Sector

ABSORPTION ABSORPTION CAPACITY ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY ACCESS TO DRINKING WATER ACCESS TO POTABLE WATER ACCESS TO SANITATION ACCOUNTABILITY ADEQUATE SANITATION ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGETS AQUIFERS BASINS BOARD OF MANAGEMENT BOREHOLES BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET PLAN BUDGET RESOURCES BUDGETARY ALLOCATION BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS BUDGETARY EXPENDITURE BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES BUDGETARY RESOURCES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CHANNEL CIVIL SOCIETY COMMUNITY HEALTH COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION COUNTERPART FUNDS DATA COLLECTION DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS DISEASES DISTRIBUTION OF WATER DRAINAGE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES DRINKING WATER SUPPLY ECONOMIES OF SCALE EXCHANGE RATE EXCRETA EXTERNAL FINANCING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FUELS GAS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HAND PUMP HAND PUMPS HEALTH CENTERS HOUSEHOLDS HYDRAULIC INFRASTRUCTURES HYDRAULICS HYGIENE HYGIENE PROMOTION INFORMATION EXCHANGE INITIAL INVESTMENT INTERNAL BUDGET INTERVENTION INVESTMENT COST LARGE CITIES LATRINE LATRINES LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL COMMUNITIES MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS MAINTENANCE COST MAINTENANCE COSTS MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES MAINTENANCE OF WATER MANAGEMENT OF WATER MANAGING WATER RESOURCES MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MINISTRY OF FINANCE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL POLICY NATIONAL STRATEGIC POLICY NATIONAL STRATEGY NUMBER OF WATER OPERATING COSTS OPERATING EXPENDITURES OPERATING EXPENSES ORGANIC POLLUTANTS POLLUTION POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POTABLE WATER POTABLE WATER SUPPLY PRICE OF WATER PRIVATE COMPANIES PRIVATE OPERATOR PRIVATE OPERATORS PRIVATE SECTOR PROCUREMENT PROCESS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FUNDING PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC LATRINES PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC UTILITY PUMPING PUMPING SYSTEMS QUALITY OF SERVICE QUALITY OF WATER REAL GROWTH REFORM PROGRAM REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS RESOURCE ALLOCATION ROADS RUNNING COSTS RURAL WATER RWS SAHEL SANITATION ACCESS SANITATION COVERAGE SANITATION EQUIPMENT SANITATION FACILITIES SANITATION INVESTMENTS SANITATION LEGISLATION SANITATION POLICY SANITATION PROGRAMS SANITATION SECTOR SANITATION SERVICE SANITATION SERVICES SANITATION STRATEGY SEA SECTOR BUDGET SOLAR PANELS SOLID WASTE STABILIZATION STATE BUDGET STRATEGIC PLANS SUD SUMPS SUSTAINABLE WATER SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE WATER SERVICE TAX POLICY TOTAL EXPENDITURE TOTAL EXPENDITURES TOXIC WASTE TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY UNIT COST URBAN AREA URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS WATER CONSUMPTION WATER CONVEYANCE WATER COVERAGE WATER FACILITIES WATER PIPES WATER POINT WATER POINTS WATER POLICIES WATER POLICY WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCES WATER SECTOR WATER SERVICE WATER SERVICES WATER SOURCE WATER SUPPLIES WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES WATER USERS WATER UTILITY WATER WELLS WEAK BUDGET EXECUTION WELLS
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Washington, DC
Africa | West Africa | Sahel | Sub-Saharan Africa | Burkina Faso
2012-06-14T14:01:38Z | 2012-06-14T14:01:38Z | 2008-03

The review aims at supporting efforts of the government in water and sanitation sector in rural and semi-urban areas. It carries out analysis of sector expenditures evolution during the period 2001-2006 and proposes recommendations likely to help better cope with the current and future challenges. The present review covers only public expenditures of the Ministry of Agriculture, Hydraulics, and Halieutics Resources (MAHRH) to the profit of Rural Water and Sanitation Supply (RWSS). Expenditures of other ministries (education, and health), as well as projects of local development, from Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), and private individuals, for whom data are not available, are excluded. The review of public expenditure in RWSS shows that RWSS sector has experienced dramatic development and that performance in terms of creation of water points is relatively satisfactory during the 2001-2006 periods in Burkina Faso. The annual volume of new water points is about 1.950 points. Facilities realized during this period theoretically made it possible to supply more than three million Burkinabe and the rate of access of populations to drinking water was 60 percent in 2006, according to official sources. RWSS analysis highlights several challenges. These challenges concern primarily: the availability of coherent data, obstacles slowing down the capacity of absorption and negatively affecting efficiency of expenditures, problems related to the sustainability of investments and equipments, huge gap between ambitions and reality on the ground with regard to devolution, decentralization and harmonization of interventions of main technical and financial partners which deserves to be reinforced.

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