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Mozambique : Public Expenditure Review, Phase 2. Sectoral Expenditures

ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURE BORROWING BUDGET EXECUTION CASH MANAGEMENT CLEAN WATER CPI DECENTRALIZATION DIPHTHERIA DISEASES DOMESTIC BORROWING ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC EFFECTS ECONOMICS EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EXTENSION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL MANAGEMENT GENDER GIRLS GOVERNMENT SPENDING GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH STATUS HYGIENE INCOME INCOMES INFLATION INTERVENTION LIFE EXPECTANCY MALARIA MALNUTRITION MARKET LIBERALIZATION MUNICIPALITIES PALLIATIVE CARE PARASITES PATIENTS PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR COMPENSATION PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS QUALITY CONTROL REVENUE GROWTH ROADS SAVINGS SCHOOLS SERVICE DELIVERY TERTIARY EDUCATION TRANSPARENCY TREASURY VICTIMS WATER SUPPLY WORKERS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FOR EDUCATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FOR HEALTH PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FOR PUBLIC WORKS GOVERNMENT SPENDING POLICY CIVIL SERVICE REFORMS PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY FISCAL MANAGEMENT ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES DISASTER RECOVERY PUBLIC REVENUES BUDGET MONITORING INFORMATION GAPS BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION WATER MANAGEMENT SERVICE QUALITY PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES DECENTRALIZATION IN GOVERNMENT STAFF TRAINING ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME ACCESS TO EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL EFFICIENCY EDUCATIONAL FEES QUALITY OF EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION HEALTH CARE QUALITY USER FEES ROAD CONSTRUCTION ROAD MAINTENANCE & REPAIR PRIVATIZATION ROAD FINANCE FEEDER ROADS WATER SUPPLY FINANCE ACCESS TO WATER SANITATION SERVICES HEALTH POLICY
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Washington, DC
Africa | Mozambique
2013-07-29T19:33:37Z | 2013-07-29T19:33:37Z | 2003-09-22

This is the second (and final) phase of the Public Expenditure Review (PER) for Mozambique. The first phase, initiated in 2000 and completed in 2001 , and termed the Public Expenditure Management Review (PEMR), dealt with the financial management system (see report no. 22985). It developed a large agenda for reform in all of the parts of the expenditure cycle: budgeting, execution, accounting, and auditing. Jointly with the Mozambican authorities, a final report was produced which included a time-bound action plan. This, the second phase of the PER, covers aspects of sectoral spending in four major sectors: education, health, roads and water. These sectors were selected because they account for 51 percent of government spending and for 56 percent of the civil service, and are among the six "fundamental areas of action" in the Action Plan for the Reduction of Absolute Poverty (termed PARPA, viz. Mozambique's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper-report no. 22664). This second phase of the PER also provides an update about progress with the action plan of the first phase, the PEMR. Finally, it reports briefly on a pilot expenditure tracking exercise carried out in the specific case of health, the Expenditure Tracking and Service Delivery Survey'. The PER is a joint product of the Government and the Bank, each taking the lead in different sectors. The main objectives of the PER 2nd phase are to examine allocative efficiency and cost-effectiveness, as well as the poverty orientation of spending. Among the yardsticks used for examining the rate of service delivery are the targets set in the Government's PARPA and also the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The scope of the inquiry is limited. Agriculture is omitted. And concerning HIV/AIDS, research was done on the disease in general, on its macroeconomic impact, and on its impact in the educational sector, and some information was generated on its impact in the health sector. But a major study on HIV/AIDS and its impact on the health sector, and measures to be taken, is due to start during 2003. It was not possible to reflect the results of this study in the PER.

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