Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys (PETS) in Uganda

Authors: 
World Bank
Organisation(s): 
World Bank
Imprint: World Bank, 1995

This study led in Uganda revealed that only 13 percent of public non-wage education spending reached the schools in 1991, and only 22 percent in 1995. These dismal findings stimulated the central government to begin publishing information on monetary transfers to districts via newspapers and radio broadcasts, and to insist that this information be posted at school and district headquarters. A replication of the school surveys in 2000 showed that schools now receive more than 90 percent of the non-wage spending transferred from the central government.

Primary education
Access to information, Open data, Press, Diagnostic tools / surveys, Public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS), Educational management, Central administration, Finance, Allocation of funds
Africa
Uganda