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ADB 2004-04: Strengthening Provincial and Local Planning and Expenditure Management

The Government of the Philippines (the Government), through the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to provide an advisory technical assistance (TA) for Strengthening Provincial and Local Planning and Expenditure Management. The TA is included in the 2004 country program for the Philippines. A preparatory work to investigate the problems and issues in provincial planning and expenditure management has been prepared.1 A Fact-Finding Mission was fielded 14-30 July 2004 and reached understanding with the Government on the objective, scope, cost estimate, financing and implementation arrangements of the TA. This builds on the ADB-World Bank-Government report “Public Expenditure, Procurement and Financial Management Review”, jointly conducted in 2003.

Asian Development Bank
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ADB; expenditure;
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