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Reaping What You Sow: A look at underspending on irrigation in 5 countries

December 2019 | By Chloe Cho and Jason Lakin, International Budget Partnership

This paper investigates the link between underspending and performance in the irrigation sector, focusing on 5 countries. Lack of transparency makes it difficult to establish this relationship, but available evidence suggests that failure to spend budgets can impede the execution of irrigation projects, affecting SDGs.

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Reaping What You Sow: A look at underspending on irrigation in 5 countries (December 2019)

Case Studies:

Underspending on Irrigation in Albania

Underspending on Irrigation in Brazil

Underspending on Irrigation in the Dominican Republic

Underspending on Irrigation in Kenya

Underspending on Irrigation in Mozambique

 

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underspending on irrigation in 5 countries.pdf

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underspending on irrigation in 5 countries.pdf

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underspending on irrigation in 5 countries.pdf

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underspending on irrigation albania.pdf

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underspending on irrigation brazil.pdf

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underspending on irrigation dominican republic.pdf

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underspending on irrigation kenya.pdf

pdf, 0.43 MB

underspending on irrigation mozambique.pdf

pdf, 0.16 MB
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