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The Philippines: From Performance to Programs in the Health Budget

November 2018 | by Jason Lakin, Ph.D., International Budget Partnership

The Philippines presents a somewhat unique case of program budgeting. The introduction of programs came after nearly a decade of challenges arising from performance-oriented budget reforms. Program budgeting was introduced in 2015 in part to address the accountability challenges of performance measures at the ministry level, but it was not fully implemented until 2018.

Though it is too early draw conclusions about how well program budgeting is working in the Philippines, this case study presents insights we can glean from the process used to set up program structures in the health budget.

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IBP’s work on program budgets, in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), examines global practices related to budget program structure in health to shed light on how governments define program objectives as part of their broader quest to shift budgeting toward results that matter to citizens. The following publications are also part of this project:

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case study health budget programs in the philippines ibp 2018.pdf

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case study health budget programs in the philippines ibp 2018.pdf

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case study health budget programs in the philippines ibp 2018.pdf

pdf, 0.32 MB

case study health budget programs in the philippines ibp 2018.pdf

pdf, 0.32 MB
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