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Budget reform seminar Case studies

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Contents

1. Botswana: getting the basics right
2. Kenya: integrating expenditure towards policy priorities
3. Malawi: lessons learnt from first reforms lead to new approach
4. Mauritius: forward results-based budgeting for better economic management
5. Mozambique: better budget machinery – first focus of reforms
6. Namibia: public finance reforms – successful fiscal policy through medium-term planning
7. South Africa: transition to democracy offers opportunity for whole system reform
8. Tanzania: aiming reforms at better economic management
9. Uganda: a decade of budget reform and poverty reduction

The case studies contained in this booklet formed the basis of the discussions at the 1st Annual CABRI Seminar. The studies highlight aspects of countries’ budgeting practices and procedures, and consider successes achieved and obstacles that still need to be overcome from a senior budget official’s perspective.

Year: 2004 Theme: CABRI Conference, CABRI 1st Annual Seminar Countries: Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda Language: English

Contents

1. Botswana: getting the basics right
2. Kenya: integrating expenditure towards policy priorities
3. Malawi: lessons learnt from first reforms lead to new approach
4. Mauritius: forward results-based budgeting for better economic management
5. Mozambique: better budget machinery – first focus of reforms
6. Namibia: public finance reforms – successful fiscal policy through medium-term planning
7. South Africa: transition to democracy offers opportunity for whole system reform
8. Tanzania: aiming reforms at better economic management
9. Uganda: a decade of budget reform and poverty reduction 

The case studies contained in this booklet formed the basis of the discussions at the 1st Annual CABRI Seminar. The studies highlight aspects of countries’ budgeting practices and procedures, and consider successes achieved and obstacles that still need to be overcome from a senior budget official’s perspective.

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