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Bridging the gap From policies to budget

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Contents

1. Setting the policy agenda
2. Translating political objectives into sound policy proposals
3. Designing programmes to achieve sound policy objectives
4. The politics of the budget process
5. Challenging the budget
6. Developing systems and instruments for monitoring and evaluation

The third post-seminar Publication is based on the acknowledgement that both policy-making and budgeting, while technical operations, are also important political processes. The seminar explored the politics of the budget process and how this interfaces with technical aspects of budgeting, national systems for setting policy agendas, the translation of these agendas into policies, the design of spending programmes, the budget challenge function and programme performance, as well as monitoring and evaluation systems.

Year: 2006 Theme: CABRI Conference, CABRI 3rd Annual Seminar Countries: Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Namibia, Zambia Language: English

Contents

1. Setting the policy agenda
2. Translating political objectives into sound policy proposals
3. Designing programmes to achieve sound policy objectives
4. The politics of the budget process
5. Challenging the budget
6. Developing systems and instruments for monitoring and evaluation

The third post-seminar Publication is based on the acknowledgement that both policy-making and budgeting, while technical operations, are also important political processes. The seminar explored the politics of the budget process and how this interfaces with technical aspects of budgeting, national systems for setting policy agendas, the translation of these agendas into policies, the design of spending programmes, the budget challenge function and programme performance, as well as monitoring and evaluation systems.

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