The TA outcome will be a raion budget funding and expenditure system that reflects expressed priorities of local citizens. The expected impact is that additional raions will choose to shift to this improved budgeting system, incorporating successful output-based submissions, public consultation, and reporting to the public on budget requests, approvals and utilization.
The TA will result in MOF accepting a higher percentages of submitted budgets in the target raions (taking into account that budget submissions will be formulated on the basis of greater realism and a sounder analytical basis); a jointly determined budget based on CBO and local government collaborative processes; higher citizen awareness of and agreement with budget priorities, expenditure levels, and local budget uses; and a model that MOF and the target raions successfully share with other raions for implementation.
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