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Madagascar - Public expenditure review education and health : Madagascar - Examen des dépenses publiques de l’éducation et de la santé (French)

This paper includes the following headings: status of education sector, policy implications; financing and governance of the education sector, key findings; allocative efficiency, key findings; distributional analysis of public expenditure, key findings; status of health sector, policy implications; financing and governance of the health sector, key findings; allocative efficiency, key findings; and distributional analysis of public health expenditure, key findings. ... See More +

Public Expenditure Review 98183 MAR 01, 2016

English Disclosed

Madagascar - 2015 review of public expenditure in social sectors : executive summary : Madagascar - Revue des dépenses publiques relatives aux secteurs sociaux : résumé exécutif (French)

Madagascar’s economic growth has been slow at 1 percent annually in the last five years and far inferior to sub-Saharan region’s average. Income per capita in 2014 fell to around USD 400 (2005 constant USD), losing about 20 percent from 1970 when per capita income reached the highest point since independence. ... See More +

Working Paper 98187 JAN 01, 2016

English Disclosed

Madagascar - Public expenditure review 2015 : education (English)

Management of the primary education system in Madagascar follows a centralized model, supported by de-concentrated services. Education is divided into (a) preschool, (b) 5 years of primary education, (c) 4 years of lower secondary, (d) 3 years of upper secondary, and (e) higher education. ... See More +

Working Paper 98186 JUN 24, 2015

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Madagascar - Public expenditure review 2014 : health sector background paper (English)

Since the crisis, the health sector has suffered from a lack of strategic leadership. From 2009 to 2014, there were four Ministers of Health appointed, The objectives of the National Health Strategy, which ended in 2011, was informally extended with no interim strategy put in place. ... See More +

Working Paper 98188 JUN 22, 2015

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Madagascar - 2015 review of public expenditure in social sectors : executive summary (English)

Madagascar’s economic growth has been slow at 1 percent annually in the last five years and far inferior to sub-Saharan region’s average. Income per capita in 2014 fell to around USD 400 (2005 constant USD), losing about 20 percent from 1970 when per capita income reached the highest point since independence. ... See More +

Working Paper 98187 JAN 01, 2015

French Disclosed

Madagascar - Public expenditure review education and health (English)

This paper includes the following headings: status of education sector, policy implications; financing and governance of the education sector, key findings; allocative efficiency, key findings; distributional analysis of public expenditure, key findings; status of health sector, policy implications; financing and governance of the health sector, key findings; allocative efficiency, key findings; and distributional analysis of public health expenditure, key findings. ... See More +

Public Expenditure Review 98183 JAN 01, 2015

French Disclosed