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Tanzania - Public Expenditure Review (Vol. 2 of 2) : Consolidating the Medium Term Expenditure Framework

ACCOUNTING ADJUSTMENT LENDING AGRICULTURAL SECTOR APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORITY BANK OF TANZANIA BANKING SYSTEM BASIC EDUCATION BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET PERFORMANCE BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET PROCESSES BUDGET SYSTEM CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL MARKETS CHECKING CIVIL SERVICE COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMODITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONFEDERATION COUNCILS CURRENCY UNIT DEBT DEBT RELIEF DEBT SERVICE DEPOSITS DEVELOPMENT GOALS DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS DEVELOPMENT POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT ELECTRICITY EXCHANGE RATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FISCAL FISCAL BALANCE FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISCAL MEASURES FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL POLICY FISCAL STANCE FISCAL YEAR FOOD SECURITY FOREIGN ASSETS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS FOREIGN PARTICIPATION FOREIGN RESERVES GENERAL ELECTIONS GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT FINANCE GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH RATE HEALTH SECTOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES INFLATION INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS INSTITUTIONALIZATION INSURANCE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT JUDICIARY LEGAL FRAMEWORK LIQUIDATION LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MACROECONOMICS MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL POLICY NATIONAL POLICY FRAMEWORK NATIONS NUTRITION OVERALL EXPENDITURE PARASTATAL SECTOR PARASTATALS PARTICIPATORY APPROACH POVERTY ERADICATION POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIORITY AREAS PRIVATE BANKS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PRIVATISATION PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTIVE SECTORS PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE REFORM RATIONALIZATION RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS REHABILITATION RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS REVENUE AVAILABILITY REVENUE COLLECTION ROADS RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATION SECTOR MINISTRIES SECTORAL ALLOCATIONS SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT STRUCTURAL REFORMS TASK TEAM LEADER TAX TAX SYSTEM TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TREASURY URBAN AREAS URBAN POPULATION WATER SUPPLY PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILIZATION DEBT SUSTAINABILTY BUDGETARY PROCESS BUDGET MANAGEMENT FISCAL MANAGEMENT DEFICIT FINANCING SECTORAL ALLOCATION PUBLIC SECTOR DIVESTMENT REFORM POLICY EDUCATION SECTOR PUBLIC HEALTH ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME HIV VIRUSES WATER SECTOR ROADS & HIGHWAYS AGRICULTURE SECTOR ADJUSTMENT JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION LAND TENURE LAW
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Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2013-08-29T19:29:12Z | 2013-08-29T19:29:12Z | 2001-01

This Public Expenditure Review (PER) for FY00, provided support to the Government of Tanzania in the preparation of its budget, and Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), and performed as well an external evaluation of the country's budget performance. The report contains two volumes, the Main Report (v. I) first describes the main features of the PER process, to then present the main findings emerging from a review of fiscal performance, and public expenditure management in Tanzania. A discussion of systemic fiscal issues, critical to enhancing the effectiveness of public expenditure follows, to reach a series of updated sectoral expenditure reviews, prioritizing on education, health, water, agriculture, works, land and justice. Volume II, presents the Government's MTEF for FY-01/03, in which the macroeconomic context is described, providing a cross sectoral MTEF within the priority sectors. In addition, a detailed discussion of the public sector reform program is presented, including discussions on the HIV/AIDS epidemic, identified as a key challenge to development efforts, requiring a multi-sectoral approach to contain its spread. Despite progress in consolidating the budget process, and macroeconomic policy, the transitional status of the country's economy, makes macroeconomic management particularly difficult. The report suggests rethinking the MTEF's contingency plans, within a flexible framework to further improve the linkages between prioritization, and the budgetary process.

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