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Implementing the Agenda of the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism : A Rapid Country Environmental Analysis with a Public Expenditure Review for Aligning Policy, Institutional and Financing Priorities

ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING SYSTEM ACTION PLAN ACTIVE PARTICIPATION ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ANIMALS ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL REPORTS APPROPRIATIONS BENEFIT SHARING BIODIVERSITY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BLACK RHINOS BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET ENVELOPE BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET PLANNING BUDGET PREPARATION BUDGET REQUIREMENT BUDGETARY ALLOCATION BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS CAPACITY BUILDING CASH FLOWS CASH PAYMENTS CENTRAL BUDGET CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM CLEAN WATER CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE VARIABILITY COASTAL MANAGEMENT COASTAL ZONE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT COLLECTED REVENUES COMMUNAL LANDS COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY FORESTRY CONSERVANCY CONSERVATION CONSERVATION AREAS CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES CULTURAL DIVERSITY DATA ANALYSIS DATA RELIABILITY DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS DECENTRALIZATION PROGRAM DECENTRALIZATION STRATEGY DEFORESTATION DIAMOND MINING DONOR AGENCIES DONOR ASSISTANCE DONOR FUNDING ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEMS EFFICIENCY GAINS ELEPHANT ENCROACHMENT ENDANGERED SPECIES ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS EXCHANGE RATES EXPOSURE FIELD STUDY FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISH FISHERIES FISHING FOOD SECURITY FOREST FOREST MANAGEMENT FORESTRY GAME RESERVES GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH POTENTIAL HABITATS HUNTING INCOME INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT LAND DEGRADATION LAND TENURE LAND USE LAND USE PLANNING LAND USES LEGISLATION LIVESTOCK LOCAL AUTHORITIES MANAGEMENT OF PARKS MARINE RESOURCES MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MEDIUM-TERM PLAN MIGRATION MINES MINISTRY OF FINANCE MUNICIPALITIES NATIONAL ACCOUNTS NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN NATIONAL ECONOMY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL INCOME NATIONAL PARK NATIONAL PARK MANAGEMENT NATIONAL PARKS NATIONAL PLANNING NATIONAL POLICY NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE BASE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES NATURE CONSERVATION NATURE RESERVES OVERGRAZING PARK MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE AGREEMENTS PERIODIC REVIEW PLANT PLANT HARVESTING POACHING POLICY FORMULATION POLITICIANS POLLUTION POLLUTION CONTROL POPULATION DENSITY POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAM DESIGN PROGRAM OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDING PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SPENDING QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY OF LIFE RAINFALL REFORM AGENDA REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FUNCTION REGULATORY ROLE RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESTAURANTS REVENUE PLANNING REVENUE SOURCES RURAL COMMUNITIES SAFARI SECTOR EXPENDITURE SECTOR MINISTRIES SECTORAL POLICIES SERVICE DELIVERY SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUES TOTAL SPENDING TOURISM TOURISM ACTIVITIES TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TOURISM ENTERPRISES TOURISM INDUSTRY TOURISM PROMOTION TRANSPARENCY URBAN CENTERS VEGETATION WASTE MANAGEMENT WILDLIFE WILDLIFE CONSUMPTION WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT WILDLIFE POPULATIONS WILDLIFE RESOURCES WOODLAND
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Washington, DC
Africa | Southern Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Namibia
2012-06-12T18:26:30Z | 2012-06-12T18:26:30Z | 2008-12

This report is organized around three thematic chapters. Chapter one looks at the contribution of the environment and tourism sector to the Namibian economy as well as at some key achievements and challenges. Chapter two describes the policy and legislative framework, and the institutional analysis of the environment and tourism sector. Chapter three examines the financing of the sector and some key budget management issues. And finally in chapter four of volume one, a set of recommendations and short- and medium-term actions are proposed that aim to assist the Ministry in the implementation of its up-coming work programs as well as the strategic plan. Chapter four of volume two includes the assessment of the financing of the sector at the local level using the example of the Erongo Region.

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