Budgeting for Effectiveness in Rwanda
From Reconstruction to ReformeBook - 2010
The overall objective of this comprehensive report is to consider Rwandaâ??s budget support in the context of its overall public expenditure and resources. The report reviews the countryâ??s general budget support relevance, rationale, and outstanding challenges by providing a historical background of budget support; assesses progress in budget support related processes and practices; reviews economic and structural reforms and budget support predictability trends; assesses the net resources available to the government of Rwanda and how these resources have been utilized; provides a review of resource allocations and spending among the governmentâ??s ministries, including its transfers to districts breaking down public expenditures according to the structure of the Organic Budget Law; summarizes in-depth studies undertaken in the agriculture, education, health, social protection, infrastructure (water and sanitation, energy and transport sectors) with the objective to provide a consolidation of data to enhance the understanding of the countryâ??s overall public expenditure, to help put each independent sector-specific analysis into the context of the overall budget allocation considerations, and to enhance the overall priority-sector analysis; provides a snapshot of non-priority sectors between 2004 and 2007; and finally addressing outstanding challenges and offering concluding remarks.
Publisher: Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2010
Copyright Date: ©2010
Branch Call Number: Electronic book
Characteristics: 1 online resource (318 pages)