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Madagascar : Public Expenditure Review 2004 - The challenge of Poverty Reduction

ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM AIR ALLOCATING PUBLIC RESOURCES AUTHORITY AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BASIC EDUCATION BENEFIT INCIDENCE BORROWING BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET SYSTEM BUDGET SYSTEMS BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS BUDGETARY RESOURCES CAPACITY BUILDING CASH MANAGEMENT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CITIZENS CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SERVICE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONSULTATION PROCESS CORRUPTION DEBT DEBT RELIEF DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DECISION MAKING PROCESS DECISION-MAKING DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DEVELOPMENT POLICY DISTRICTS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION SERVICES ELECTRICITY EMPLOYMENT EXECUTING AGENCIES EXECUTION EXOGENOUS SHOCKS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL REPORTING FINANCIAL SECTOR FISCAL FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL REVENUES FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN INVESTMENT GENERAL ELECTIONS GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT EFFORTS GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE GOVERNMENT POLICIES GOVERNMENT PROGRAM GOVERNMENT SERVICES GOVERNMENT'S BUDGET GROWTH RATE HARD BUDGET CONSTRAINTS HEALTH CENTERS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME COUNTRIES INCOME LEVEL INCOME QUINTILES INFLATION INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK JUDICIARY LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK MACRO/PUBLIC FINANCE MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT CAPACITY MORTALITY NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL POVERTY NATIONS NUTRITION POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLICY REVIEW POLITICAL CRISIS POOR COUNTRIES POVERTY HEADCOUNT POVERTY INDICATORS POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR GROWTH PRODUCTIVE SECTORS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC FINANCE SYSTEM PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR PERFORMANCE PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REGIONAL DISPARITIES RESOURCE ALLOCATION REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE SHARING ROADS RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATION RURAL POVERTY SCHOOL SYSTEM SECONDARY SCHOOLS SECTOR MINISTRIES SECTORAL ALLOCATIONS SERVICE DELIVERY SHORT TERM SOCIAL IMPACT ANALYSIS SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES STATE CONTROL STATE INTERVENTION STRUCTURAL REFORMS TASK TEAM LEADER TASK TEAM LEADERS TAX TRANSPARENCY TREASURY URBAN AREAS URBAN POPULATION
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Madagascar
2012-06-20T18:33:56Z | 2012-06-20T18:33:56Z | 2005-02

This Public Expenditure Review (PER) analyzes the Government of Madagascar's efforts to meet the challenge of poverty reduction. The report first evaluates the macroeconomic and fiscal framework within which the Government is implementing its Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS). Secondly, reviews the resource allocation and current budget management process in Madagascar, and the extent to which the current budgeting, and budget management process allows the Government to effectively implement the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP). This section also deals with overall budget execution in implementing the Government policies, and the use of human resources. The final sections analyze the effective use of public resources in three priority sectors which are crucial for the implementation of the PRSP - education, transport and environment - and absorb the largest sectoral allocations. The findings of this report expand, and further deepen existing knowledge about the public finance system in Madagascar, and its contribution to the delivery of services in specific sectors. While they acknowledge Government efforts to improve the system of public finance, they confirm significant weaknesses in allocating and executing public resources at the sectoral, and cross-sectoral levels. The findings and recommendations of the report call for the development of an integrated reform program, which prioritizes intended reforms in view of the absorptive capacity of the Government machinery. At the cross-sectoral level, it is anticipated to feed the recommendations into the development of the Priority Action Plan of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Budget (MEFB) for the year 2005. At the sectoral levels the recommendations of this report will contribute to a refinement of government's interventions, aimed at improving implementation of sectoral policies, and delivery of services.

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