Budget advocacy in Tanzania has helped to increase prioritization of health in the government’s annual budget; unfortunately, budgeting does not always translate into actual expenditure because potential obstacles in the fund disbursement process may contribute to underperformance in budget execution.
HP+ assessed the government of Tanzania’s budget release and execution performance during 2016/17 for allocations related to HIV and the procurement and delivery of essential medicines and commodities. HP+ also identified bottlenecks and weaknesses in the process and provided recommendations for practices to help improve the likelihood that funds will be disbursed on time.
Lee, B., K. Tarimo, and A. Dutta. 2017. Budget Execution for HIV-Related Allocations in Tanzania: Review of Performance for Fiscal Year 2016/17. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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