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Putting aid on budget Synthesis report

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Contents

1. Overview
2. Key concepts and the reasons for using country budget systems
3. Issues and good practices for using country budget systems
4. How governments and donors can move forward

The purpose of the Putting Aid on Budget study was to better equip governments to lead processes for bringing aid on budget. Progress requires action by both governments and donors, with joint monitoring and mutual accountability for the underlying Paris Declaration commitments. This good practice note distils the lessons from the Putting Aid on Budget study.

Year: 2008 Theme: Transparency and accountability, Use of country systems Countries: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda Language: English

Contents

1. Overview
2. Key concepts and the reasons for using country budget systems
3. Issues and good practices for using country budget systems
4. How governments and donors can move forward

The purpose of the Putting Aid on Budget study was to better equip governments to lead processes for bringing aid on budget. Progress requires action by both governments and donors, with joint monitoring and mutual accountability for the underlying Paris Declaration commitments. This good practice note distils the lessons from the Putting Aid on Budget study.

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