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UK_Nepal_1   UK        Nepal                     1           2007 No                     2011




UK_Nepal_10 UK         Nepal                    10           2007           100




UK_Nepal_10
old         UK         Nepal       10old                     2007      10865051          2011




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UK_Nepal_11 UK   Nepal              11                  7   2011
UK_Nepal_11
old         UK   Nepal   11old                   10865051   2011




UK_Nepal_12 UK   Nepal              12            6056220   2011


UK_Nepal_13 UK   Nepal              13    2007          1   2011




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UK_Nepal_14 UK   Nepal      14    2007 Yes    2011




UK_Nepal_15 UK   Nepal      15    2007 Yes    2011




UK_Nepal_16 UK   Nepal      16    2007 None   2011

UK_Nepal_17 UK   Nepal      17                2011

UK_Nepal_18 UK   Nepal      18                2011




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UK_Nepal_19 UK   Nepal      19




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UK_Nepal_2   UK   Nepal       2    2007   10865051   2011




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UK_Nepal_21 UK   Nepal      21    2007      4808831


UK_Nepal_22 UK   Nepal      22    2007            0




UK_Nepal_23 UK   Nepal      23    2007   15786152.77




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UK_Nepal_3   UK   Nepal       3           6056220   2011




UK_Nepal_4   UK   Nepal       4    2007   4808832   2011




UK_Nepal_5   UK   Nepal       5           4808832   2011




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UK_Nepal_6   UK   Nepal       6    2007   10865051   2011




UK_Nepal_7   UK   Nepal       7            6056220   2011




UK_Nepal_8   UK   Nepal       8           10865051   2011
UK_Nepal_9   UK   Nepal       9                      2011




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UK_Burundi_
1           UK   Burundi       1    2007 No             2011




UK_Burundi_
10          UK   Burundi      10    2007      2074915   2011




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UK_Burundi_
10old         UK   Burundi   10old             2007          2011
UK_Burundi_
11            UK   Burundi               11              0   2011
UK_Burundi_
11old         UK   Burundi   11old                           2011
UK_Burundi_
12            UK   Burundi               12              0   2011
UK_Burundi_
13            UK   Burundi               13    2007      0   2011




UK_Burundi_
14          UK     Burundi               14    2007 No       2011



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UK_Burundi_
15            UK   Burundi       15    2007 No     2011
UK_Burundi_
16            UK   Burundi       16    2007 None   2011
UK_Burundi_
17            UK   Burundi       17                2011
UK_Burundi_
18            UK   Burundi       18                2011




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                                            First JAR
UK_Burundi_                                 held in Oct
19          UK   Burundi       19           2007




UK_Burundi_
2           UK   Burundi        2    2007         2074915   2011
UK_Burundi_
21          UK   Burundi       21    2007         1227083




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UK_Burundi_
22          UK   Burundi       22    2007         0
UK_Burundi_
23          UK   Burundi       23    2007         0
UK_Burundi_
3           UK   Burundi        3                 0   2011




UK_Burundi_
4           UK   Burundi        4    2007   2074915   2011
UK_Burundi_
5           UK   Burundi        5                 0   2011




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UK_Burundi_
6             UK   Burundi         6    2007      2819765   2011
UK_Burundi_
7             UK   Burundi         7                    0   2011
UK_Burundi_
8             UK   Burundi         8              2819765   2011
UK_Burundi_
9             UK   Burundi         9                        2011



UK_Ethiopia_
1            UK    Ethiopia        1    2007 No             2011




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UK_Ethiopia_
10             UK   Ethiopia               10    2007         1817900    2011
UK_Ethiopia_
10old          UK   Ethiopia   10old             2007         2508702    2011
UK_Ethiopia_
11             UK   Ethiopia               11                        0   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
11old          UK   Ethiopia   11old                          2508702    2011


UK_Ethiopia_
12             UK   Ethiopia               12                15761193    2011
UK_Ethiopia_
13             UK   Ethiopia               13    2007                0   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
14             UK   Ethiopia               14    2007 Yes                2011
UK_Ethiopia_
15             UK   Ethiopia               15    2007 No                 2011
UK_Ethiopia_
16             UK   Ethiopia               16    2007 Yes                2011
UK_Ethiopia_
17             UK   Ethiopia               17                            2011
UK_Ethiopia_
18             UK   Ethiopia               18                            2011

                                                        One of a
                                                        number of
                                                        mechanisms
UK_Ethiopia_                                            for
19           UK     Ethiopia               19           accountability




UK_Ethiopia_
2            UK     Ethiopia                2    2007        17633093    2011
UK_Ethiopia_
21           UK     Ethiopia               21    2007         9089500



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UK_Ethiopia_
22           UK     Ethiopia         22    2007      154521500
UK_Ethiopia_
23           UK     Ethiopia         23    2005              0
UK_Ethiopia_
3            UK     Ethiopia          3               15761193   2011




UK_Ethiopia_
4              UK   Ethiopia          4    2007              0   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
5              UK   Ethiopia          5                      0   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
6              UK   Ethiopia          6    2007       18269895   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
7              UK   Ethiopia          7               15761193   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
8              UK   Ethiopia          8                1817900   2011
UK_Ethiopia_
9              UK   Ethiopia          9                          2011




UK_Mozambi
que_1      UK       Mozambique        1    2007 No               2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_10     UK     Mozambique               10    2007       100
UK_Mozambi
que_10old  UK     Mozambique   10old             2007   11289970   2011




UK_Mozambi
que_11       UK   Mozambique               11                60    2011
UK_Mozambi
que_11old    UK   Mozambique   11old                    11268586   2011
UK_Mozambi
que_12       UK   Mozambique               12           12616226   2011
UK_Mozambi
que_13       UK   Mozambique               13    2007          0   2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_14     UK   Mozambique       14    2007 Yes   2011




UK_Mozambi
que_15     UK   Mozambique       15    2007 No    2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_16     UK   Mozambique       16    2007 None   2011
UK_Mozambi
que_17     UK   Mozambique       17                2011
UK_Mozambi
que_18     UK   Mozambique       18                2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_19     UK   Mozambique       19




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UK_Mozambi
que_2        UK   Mozambique        2    2007   12635216   2011
UK_Mozambi
que_21       UK   Mozambique       21    2007     901309
UK_Mozambi
que_22       UK   Mozambique       22    2007   65444400
UK_Mozambi
que_23       UK   Mozambique       23    2005    6544440




UK_Mozambi
que_3      UK     Mozambique        3           12616226   2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_4      UK   Mozambique        4    2007   4563740   2011
UK_Mozambi
que_5      UK   Mozambique        5           4563740   2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_6      UK   Mozambique        6    2007   17179966   2011




UK_Mozambi
que_7      UK   Mozambique        7           12616226   2011




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UK_Mozambi
que_8      UK   Mozambique        8    11289970   2011




UK_Mozambi
que_9      UK   Mozambique        9               2011




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UK_Nigeria_1 UK   Nigeria                1    2007 No              2011



UK_Nigeria_1
0            UK   Nigeria               10    2007      53724757   2011
UK_Nigeria_1
0old         UK   Nigeria   10old             2007      53724757   2011
UK_Nigeria_1
1            UK   Nigeria               11                     0   2011




UK_Nigeria_1
1old         UK   Nigeria   11old                              0   2011
UK_Nigeria_1
2            UK   Nigeria               12                     0   2011




UK_Nigeria_1
3            UK   Nigeria               13    2007           22    2011




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UK_Nigeria_1
4            UK     Nigeria       14    2007        2011




UK_Nigeria_1
5              UK   Nigeria       15    2007 No     2011
UK_Nigeria_1
6              UK   Nigeria       16    2007 None   2011
UK_Nigeria_1
7              UK   Nigeria       17                2011
UK_Nigeria_1
8              UK   Nigeria       18                2011


UK_Nigeria_1
9            UK     Nigeria       19




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UK_Nigeria_2   UK   Nigeria        2    2007   53724757   2011
UK_Nigeria_2
1              UK   Nigeria       21    2007    2011372
UK_Nigeria_2
2              UK   Nigeria       22    2007          0
UK_Nigeria_2
3              UK   Nigeria       23    2007          0

UK_Nigeria_3 UK     Nigeria        3                  0   2011




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UK_Nigeria_4 UK   Nigeria                4    2007       6300042   2011

UK_Nigeria_5 UK   Nigeria                5               6300042   2011




UK_Nigeria_6 UK   Nigeria                6    2007      53724757   2011

UK_Nigeria_7 UK   Nigeria                7                     0   2011

UK_Nigeria_8 UK   Nigeria                8              53724757   2011

UK_Nigeria_9 UK   Nigeria                9                         2011




UK_Rwanda_
1          UK     Rwanda                 1    2007 no              2011
UK_Rwanda_
10         UK     Rwanda                10
UK_Rwanda_
10old      UK     Rwanda    10old             2007             0   2011



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UK_Rwanda_
11         UK     Rwanda               11                          2011
UK_Rwanda_
11old      UK     Rwanda   11old             2007              0   2011
UK_Rwanda_
12         UK     Rwanda               12    2007              0   2011




UK_Rwanda_
13         UK     Rwanda               13    2007              0   2011



UK_Rwanda_
14         UK     Rwanda               14    2007 no               2011




UK_Rwanda_
15         UK     Rwanda               15    2007 yes              2011




UK_Rwanda_
16           UK   Rwanda               16           None           2011
UK_Rwanda_
17           UK   Rwanda               17    2007       66039600   2011
UK_Rwanda_
18           UK   Rwanda               18    2007              0   2011
UK_Rwanda_
2            UK   Rwanda                2    2007              0   2011



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UK_Rwanda_
3          UK      Rwanda                      3    2007      0   2011
UK_Rwanda_
4          UK      Rwanda                      4    2007      0   2011




UK_Rwanda_
5          UK      Rwanda                      5    2007      0   2011
UK_Rwanda_
6          UK      Rwanda                      6    2007      0   2011
UK_Rwanda_
7          UK      Rwanda                      7    2007      0   2011




UK_Rwanda_
8          UK      Rwanda                      8    2007      0   2011



UK_Rwanda_
9          UK      Rwanda                      9    2007      0   2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_1    UK      Sierra Leone                1    2007 no       2011




UK_Sierra
Leone_10      UK   Sierra Leone               10                  2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_10old   UK   Sierra Leone   10old                           2011



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UK_Sierra
Leone_11      UK   Sierra Leone               11    2007              0   2011



UK_Sierra
Leone_11old   UK   Sierra Leone   11old             2007              0   2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_12      UK   Sierra Leone               12    2007        1821092   2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_13      UK   Sierra Leone               13    2007              0   2011




UK_Sierra
Leone_14      UK   Sierra Leone               14    2007 yes              2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_15      UK   Sierra Leone               15    2007 yes              2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_16      UK   Sierra Leone               16    2007 yes              2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_17      UK   Sierra Leone               17    2007       26015600   2011




UK_Sierra
Leone_18      UK   Sierra Leone               18    2007              0   2011




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UK_Sierra
Leone_2     UK   Sierra Leone        2    2007      1821092    2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_3     UK   Sierra Leone        3    2007      1821092    2011




UK_Sierra
Leone_4     UK   Sierra Leone        4                         2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_5     UK   Sierra Leone        5                         2011



UK_Sierra
Leone_6     UK   Sierra Leone        6    2007   2461283.885   2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_7     UK   Sierra Leone        7    2007      1821092    2011




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UK_Sierra
Leone_8     UK   Sierra Leone                8    2007   2461283.885   2011
UK_Sierra
Leone_9     UK   Sierra Leone                9    2007   640191.8848   2011




UK_Uganda_
1          UK    Uganda                      1                         2011
UK_Uganda_
10         UK    Uganda                     10                         2011




UK_Uganda_
10old      UK    Uganda         10old                                  2011
UK_Uganda_
11         UK    Uganda                     11                         2011




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UK_Uganda_
11old      UK   Uganda   11old             2011
UK_Uganda_
12         UK   Uganda               12    2011




UK_Uganda_
13         UK   Uganda               13    2011




UK_Uganda_
14         UK   Uganda               14    2011
UK_Uganda_
15         UK   Uganda               15    2011




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UK_Uganda_
16         UK   Uganda       16    None   2011




UK_Uganda_
17         UK   Uganda       17           2011




UK_Uganda_
18         UK   Uganda       18           2011




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UK_Uganda_
2          UK   Uganda        2    2011
UK_Uganda_
3          UK   Uganda        3    2011




UK_Uganda_
4          UK   Uganda        4    2011
UK_Uganda_
5          UK   Uganda        5    2011




UK_Uganda_
6          UK   Uganda        6    2011
UK_Uganda_
7          UK   Uganda        7    2011




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UK_Uganda_
8          UK   Uganda        8    2011




UK_Uganda_
9          UK   Uganda        9    2011




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Latest Value       Comments
                 Signed on
                 February
yes              2009. unable
                 We are
               to report the
               absolute
               amount of our
               programme
               funding that
               uses national
               procurement
               systems, since
               GoN does not
               report the
               overall value
               of
               procurements
               (and since the
               term
               'procurement'
               is loosely
               defined - for
               example, does
               it include
               utilities bills?)
               But we can
               say that 100%
               of
               procurement
               carried out
               with NHSP1
               pooled
               financial aid
               used national
               systems, and
               There is no
               difference
               between our
               answer here
               and our
               answer to Q
               2DPa. All aid
               has been
               disbursed in
               the same
               government
               financial year
               as it was
      18448300 scheduled.




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           We provide
           sector budget
           support
           without any
           ear-marking
           for
           procurement.
           So essentially
           100%
           procurement
           are done
           through
           national
           systems.
           However, we
           are unable to
           provide exact
           figures as
           government
           does not
           report the
           overall value
           of
           procurement.
           we can not
           give figures
           for this.

18448300


         This amount
         was provided
         through sector
         budget
         support, and
         hence
         managed
         through
         public
         financial
         management
         systems.
         However, TC
         (health and
         HIV) were
         managed
         outside this
11229400 system.
         For HIV,
         through
       1 UNDP.




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                 We use the
                 NHSP2
                 Results
                 Framework
                 for
                 monitoring
                 and use
                 national and
                 joint
                 processes for
yes              assessment.

                 This is done
                 through the
                 Joint Annual
                 Review (JAR)
                 of the health
                 sector - the
                 last one
                 conducted in
yes              January 2012..
                 DFID Nepal
                 does not
                 provide
                 general
                 budget
yes              support.

             0

      11229400




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Low
effectiveness.
In order for
the JAR's
effectiveness
as an
accountability
mechanism to
improve, it
needs to: - be
more aligned
with the
government's
national
health sector
review (a
donor
responsibility);
 - be more
carefully
planned (a
joint
government /
donor
responsibility);
 and - have
more
evaluation
inputs and
routine
reporting of
physical as




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         We interpret
         this as
         financial aid
         excluding
         technical
         cooperation.
         It includes
         NHSP1
         pooled
         funding,
         SSMP
         programme
         funding and
         funding for
         HIV services
         through
         UNDP. This
         latter will be
         classified as
         TC in ARIES,
         but is
         programme
         funding for
         implementatio
         n of services.
         The
         proportion on
         budget has
         dropped from
         75% to 67%
         (NOTE:
18448300 DFID




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We have
provided
funding for
several years
through
UNDP for
provision of
HIV services
to high-risk
groups. The
amounts are
shown to the
left. This
funding is
now ceased,
and provision
of HIV
services will
be contracted
through
MoHP / DHS
using pooled
funds from
GoN and
donors.
DFID Nepal
does not
provide GBS.

This includes
education
(EFA) and
health. Note,
no education
disbursements
were made in
2009.




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         Total health
         sector aid
         included
         sector budget
         support
         (financial
         cooperation)
         7,000,000,
         technical
         cooperation
         (TC)
         3,500,000 for
         health sector
         and TC
         1,000,000
         through
         UNDP for
         HIV services
11229400 delivery.


         This includes
         TC provided
         in support of
         NHSP1, and
         TC within the
         SSMP housed
         in Family
         Health
 7218900 Division.
         3,500,000 in
         health and
         1,000,000 in
         HIV are in
         line with
         Government
         of Nepal's
         second five-
         year national
         health sector
         programme
         (NHSP2)
 7218900 2010-2015.




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         There is no
         difference
         between our
         answer here
         and our
         answer to Q
         2DPa. All our
         financial aid
         (note,
         excluding
         TC) is in
         support of the
         government
         sector and is
         programme,
         not project
18448300 based.



         1,000,000 in
         HIV was
         spent through
         project
         implmented
         by UNDP,
         rest was spent
         on the health
         SWAp guided
16844100 by NHSP2.

         This is part of
         the five year
         commitment
         to support
16844100 NHSP2.
18448300




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        DFID signed
        an MoU with
        Gov and 15
        other DPs in
        Feb 2008.
        Burundi does
        not have a
        fully-fledged
        compact. It
        was decided
        to wait until
        finalisation of
        the new sector
        strategy
        (2011-2015)
        to develop
yes     one.
        DFID
        approved in
        2009 a new
        financial aid
        programme
        shifting to use
        of
        Government
        procurement
        systems. First
        tranche was
        disbursed in
        Jan 2010, and
        in 2010 over
        70% of
        DFID's aid for
        the
        Government
        sector will
        have been
        disbursed
        using national
        procurement
        systems. The
        systems were
        assessed as
        too weak (low
        capacity and
        prone to
        corruption) up
        until 2008.
      0 DFID




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             Q10: 2007 -
             $2,819,765;
             2009 -
             $2,834,048.
             Could not get
             the details.
             We should
             have
             disbursed
             £2,210,000 of
             financial aid
             in 2009 which
             got pushed
 1430011.151 back to 2010.

           0

 1430011.151

     802100

           0 A unified
             results
             framework for
             the health
             sector was
             developed in
             2009 and
             used for first
             time at Sector
             Review in
             Nov 2009 to
             assess
             progress. This
             was a massive
             step forward
             but very early
             days. The
             purpose
             indicators of
             our bilateral
             programme
             are drawn
             from the
             unified M&E
             framework.
             We have our
             own
             indicators to
             measure
             progress
             against our
no           bilateral



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          Though
          partial. Some
          indicators of
          aid
          effectiveness
          included in
          unified
          resulsst
          framework
          but all MoU
          commitments
          not routinely
          assessed.
          There is a
          plan to revise
          the MoU
          (upgrade it
          into a 'proper'
          compact in
          support of the
          new sector
          strategy) in
          the first
          semester of
          2011. This
          will include a
          revision of aid
          effectiveness
          commitements
           and a
          discussion of
yes       mutual

no

      0

      0




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            First
            structured
            attempt to
            monitor Aid
            Effectiveness
            commitment
            at JAR 2008
            revealed some
            indicators of
            the MoU were
            difficult to
            measure. At
            the JAR 2009,
            discussion
            focussed on
            ongoing
            reform and
            there was
            little
            discussion of
            Aid
            Effectiveness
            We provided
            information to
            Government
            for first time
            in 2009 (on
            planned 2010
            disbursements
            ). As lead
            donor, we
            encouraged
            others to do
            the same so
            that it could
            be reported in
            2010 budget.
            That
            information
            was however
            not used by
1430011.151 Government.




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              DFID does
              not provide
              budget
              support in
              Burundi.
              Fiduicary
              risks are
              considered
              too high.



 622606.062

            All our TA in
            2009 was
            fully aligned
            to and
            coordinated
            through a
            priority
            reform action
            plan
            developed by
            Government
627911.1514 in Q12009.

627911.1514




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             There are no
             PBAs in the
             health sector
             in Burundi
             yet, although
             DFID has
             been working
             with other
             donors to
             move towards
             one. i) It had
             been decided
             in 2009 that
             the
             development
             of the new
             sector plan
             2010-15
             would provide
             the basis for a
             PBA, but the
             process for
             developing
             the plan
             slipped. It is
             now
             underway,
             due to be
             finished by
             mid 2011 to
             coincide with
 1430011.151 the start of the

            0

            0

 1430011.151
                Country
                compact was
                ready for
                signing in
yes             2008




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                In 2007,
                funding
                channelled
                through
                World Bank
                for
                procurement
                (GBP
                5million)
                which wasn't
                through GoE
                procurement
       96252000 systems

 114519477.8

       96252000 MDG PF

 114519477.8
                MDG PF and
                PBS
                contribution
      114491754 to health

              0

yes

yes

no                MDG PF

              0

       96252000




             Most of
             health sector
             in 2007 and
             some in 2009
             was
             channelled
             through other
             donors e.g.
             World Bank
             before it went
 114519477.8 to the GoE.




                               Page 52
                                Sheet1




 114519477.8

             In 2009
             channelled to
             TA pool fund
             managed for
             MOH by
 749613.7844 UNICEF

 749613.7844

 114519477.8

 114519477.8

 114519477.8

 114519477.8
               A compact
               was signed in
               2008 by 14
               health
               partners.
               Those that
               could not sign
               like the
               United States
               and the
               Global Fund
               to fight AIDS,
               TB and
               Malaria sent
               letters of
               support for
               the spirit of
yes            the IHP.




                                Page 53
                              Sheet1
             Funding
             through
             PROSAUDE
             is not
             earmarked,
             and therefore
             it is not
             possible to
             say how much
             is used on
             procurement,
             other than
             attribution of
             a proportion
             of the funding
             corresponding
             to the
             proportion
             MISAU
             spends on
             procurement.
             Procurement
             through
             PROSAUDE
             uses
             government
             systems.
             (NOTE:
             HAVE
             AMENDED
             FIGURES TO
             REFLECT

 11229400

             2400000 did
             not because of
             qualified
             sector audit.
             Therefore
             85.7% used
             govt systems.

21618199.2

19211099.2

        0




                              Page 54
                        Sheet1
      There is a
      single
      national
      performance
      assessment
      framework
      which is our
      sole tool for
      montoring
      sector
      performance
yes   (both years)
      A framework
      for
      monitoring
      MOU
      commitments
      has been
      developed
      (2010) and
      will be used
      to monitor
      MOU (and
      IHP)
      compliance
      on an annual
      basis - as part
      of the Annual
      Joint
      Evaluation
yes   process.




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                                 Sheet1
                Civil society
                has 2 seats
                (Naima a
                network of
                international
                NGOs and
                MONASO a
                network of
                national
                NGOs, are
                members fo
                the health
                partner group.
                Naima joints
                the monthly
                donor meeting
                with the
                MOH. Many
                civil society
                organisations
                are invited to
                the twice
                yearly
                government
                and donor
                policy
                dialogue.
                CSO support
                is the funding
                of the Malaria
                consortium
no              (an INGO,

     77001600

     14437000




                                 Page 56
                  Sheet1



Joint annual
review
considered 36
indicators of
performance,
with 4
indicators
looking at
donor
performance.
The review
includes a
data
verification
exercise and
the results are
presented and
discussed at a
public
meeting
chaired by the
Minister of
Health - with
active civil
society
participation.




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                             Sheet1
           2007: This
           includes
           £3.7m
           through the
           common
           fund, £11k
           TA and
           £2.5m
           Malaria
           project. 2009
           includes £7m
           common
           fund, £243k
           TA and 2.4m
           Malaria
           project. DFID
           also provides
           GBS support,
           this was £36m
           in 2007 (of
           which 13% of
           govt budget
           went to health
           and £42m in
           2009, of
           which 10% of
           govt budget
           went to health
           - however this
           funding has
           not been
19211099.2 included in




           DFID
           provided an
           additional
           $3.2million to
           the Ministry
           of Health for
           bed net
           distribution in
           February
           2011. This
           was done
           through
19211099.2 PROSAUDE.




                             Page 58
                          Sheet1
        This includes
        funding for
        Malaria
        Consortium
        project, plus
        TA budget for
        Prosaude. In
        terms of
        disbursement
        through
        cordinated
        programmes,
        the Malaria
        consortium
        project works
        closely with
        the Ministry
        of Health and
        has been
        providing
        private sector
        distribution of
        free nets,
        therefore
        although this
        is project
        funded, it is
        coordinated
        with national
        programmes.
        The TA
2406300 budget has

2406300




                          Page 59
                             Sheet1
           This includes
           Prosaude
           common
           fund, the
           Common fund
           TA budget
           line, and
           Malaria
           consortium
           project. We
           also provided
           funding for
           HIV/AIDS -
           but this is not
           health sector
           specific. The
           funding
           through
           Prosaude is
           considered
           programme
           based
           funding. By
           2009 over
           66% of
           funding is
           through
           programme
           based
           approaches.
           In 2010 our
21618199.2 funding for
           The Ministry
           of Health
           does not
           currently use
           programme
           based
           budgeting
           although they
           are
           developing it.
           The 48,000
           was for
           technical
           assistance to
           support
           programme
           based
 4822099.2 approaches.




                             Page 60
                          Sheet1
         At the request
         of the
         Ministry of
         Health an
         additional
         $2.4 million
         was given for
         indoor
         residual
         spraying in
         October 2011.
         This was not
         disbursed
         through the
         Ministry of
         Health but
         UNICEF. The
         reason for not
         using
         government
         systems at the
         time was
         because the
         health sector
         audit was
         qualified and
         was still
         undergoing a
         review.We
         could not use
         government
11229400 systems until


         DFID had
         initially
         planned to
         disburse only
         $11m as part
         of multi-year
         commitment.
         The Ministry
         of Health
         requested an
         additional
         $3.2m in early
         2011 and then
         an additional
         $2.4m in late
11229400 2011.




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                                 Sheet1

                Signed with
                Donor Partner
                Group in
                2010. Co-
                chaired by
                CIDA and
yes             WHO.

             £8,142,301
             Goods and
             services worth
 13061879.26 £36,418,940.

      101064600 TC/TA.

              0 None


             DFID Nigeria
             resources do
             not flow
             through
             government
             systems
             owing to high
             fiduciary risk.
             Other
             starategies are
             used to ensure
 93065075.43 alignment.

              0 None


                DFID places
                its project
                management
                teams as close
                as possible to
                government.
                Some
                programme
                staff work
                within
                governmant
                institutions
                some share
              9 accomodation.




                                 Page 62
                        Sheet1


       Planned but
       no review has
       taken place
       yet. One
       programme
       had a
       successful
       review with
       Government
       on HIV/AIDS
       prevention in
       2011.See
yes    below.

       Although we
       did have the
       first joint
       annual review
       of HIV/AIDS
       programme
       with World
       Bank and
yes    GoN.

yes    None

      0 None

      0 None
        First
        assessment to
        happen in
        2010.




                        Page 63
                             Sheet1


            All funds are
            TC and not
            put through
            Government
            systems. The
            Federal
            Ministry of
            Health
            conducts a
            survey among
            donors on
            what
            Technical
            Assistance
            was provided
            over the year
            to Nigeria
            Health sector.
            Total aid
            flows
            insignificant
            at
            approxamately
93065075.43 1% f GNI.




          0 None




                             Page 64
                               Sheet1

             All DFID
             funds are
             aligned with
             national
             health
             sta=rategic
             development
             plans. The
             Federal
             Ministry of
             Health and
             State
             Ministries are
             all actively
             involved in
             the
             development
             of DFID
             technical
             assistance
 93065075.43 wotk plans.

 93065075.43 None


             DFID Nigeria
             resources do
             not flow
             through
             government
             systems
             owing to high
             fiduciary risk.
             Other
             starategies are
             used to ensure
 93065075.43 alignment.

           0 None
             This is all
 93065075.43 TC/TA.

    101064600 TC/TA.
              SWAP MOU
              signed in
              October 2007
              by 12
              Development
              Partners and
yes           the MOH.



     4010500



                               Page 65
                                  Sheet1
                 No specific
                 aid is
                 provided for
                 procurement

 13531106.16

 13531106.16
               We are using
               one Single
               Implementatio
               n Unit. All
               our
               implementing
               partners are
               algined to the
               national
               strategic plan
               and report to
               the
             0 government.
               Using CPAF
               (Common
               Performace
               Assessment
yes            Framework)
               JHSR 2 times
               per year since
               2005. EDPRS
               self
               assessments,
               HSSP II end
               of line
yes            evaluation.


                 DFID
                 Rwanda's
                 overall Health
                 Sector Budget
                 Support
                 (SBS)
                 commitment/d
                 isbursements
                 over the last
                 three years
                 (2008 – 2011)
                 were £12
yes              million.

      59355400

       4010500

 13531106.16



                                  Page 66
                              Sheet1
             JHSR are
             reporting
             what they
             count on
             budget and
             what they
             count as off
             budget. UN
             support is
             counted as off
             budget.
             September
             2011 JHSR
             data used as
 13531106.16 latest data.

           0
             DAD DPAF
             data used
             from October
             2011. NB:
             Rwandan
             definition
             differs from
             the OECD
             DAC
           0 definition

 13531106.16

 13531106.16 SBS 2,500,000
             Total
             commitment
             for the SBS
             was
             12,000,000
             over 3 years
    4010500 from 2008
             The SBS
             started in
             2008 with a
             disbursment
    4010500 of 5,000,000

yes            None

             DFID through
             implementing
             partners
             purchased
             Long lasting
             insecticidal
 1928335.027 nets primarily

 19240676.94 None



                              Page 67
                                 Sheet1

None           None

             Includes
             sector budget
             support of
 18332303.51 £2,922,749

 6292873.946 None

             0 None
               Single
               consolidated
               Logframe for
               programmes
               with
               milestones
               developed
               using the
               national
               performance
               assessment
               framework.
               DFID
               participated in
               Health Sector
yes            review

yes            None

yes            None

      16042000 None

             2011
             Ringfenced
             sector support
             for health
             workers
 4688673.946 salaries




                                 Page 68
                              Sheet1


            Includes
            funds
            channelled to
            UN agencies
            and used to
            support
            government
            sector. For the
            national
            health sector
            amount,
            actual
            disbursement
            was
            £2,922,749
            although
            £2.25M only
            was reported
            in 2012
            published
            budget. Have
            not included
            general
            budget
            support but
            sector budget
            support
16801524.53 included

    5213650 None

            DFID funds
            TA to
            government
            through an
            implementing
            agency, staff
            are embedded
            within the
            ministry and
            are short term
 2518464.06 TA

 2518464.06 None

            Includes
            sector budget
            support of
18332303.51 £2,922,749

    1604200 None




                              Page 69
                                Sheet1

 18332303.51 None

  19240676.94 None
              The Uganda
              signed
              Compact for
              Implementatio
              n of the
              Health Sector
              Strategic and
              Investment
              Plan 2010-11
              to 2014-15 is
              available on
              the IHP+
              Website -
              http://www.int
              ernationalhealt
              hpartnership.n
              et/en/documen
              ts/category/ihp
              _compacts;
              The Health
              Sector
              Strategic and
              Investment
              Plan 2010-11
              to 2014-15
              document is
              available on
              MoH/GoU
              Website -
              health.go.ug/d
              ocs/HSSIP10.
yes           pdf .

       6500000 None


             We have only
             included
             DFID Uganda
             funded
             programmes/a
    43500000 ctivities.

None           None




                                Page 70
                                 Sheet1


               We have
               included all
               DFID Uganda
               funded
               programmes.
               In addition,
               Uganda has
               many health
               interventions
               funded
               through
               DFID's global
      45348000 mechanisms.

       9848000 None


               We have
               provided
               resources
               through the
               sector budget
               support,
               UNFPA and
               UNICEF/WH
               O. These
               mechanisms
               use the
               government
               health
               system/imple
               mentation unit
               to deliver
             1 results.


               Uganda has a
               Joint Budget
               Assessment
               Framework
               which is a sub-
               set of the
               Uganda
               Health Sector
               Strategic and
               Investment
               Plan 2010-11
yes            to 2014-15.

yes            None




                                 Page 71
                                 Sheet1


                This support
                was provided
                to Civil
                Society Fund,
                Uganda to
                advocate and
                implement
                HIV
                combination
yes             prevention.



               DFID
               contribution is
               $40.9m (12%;
               including
               $8m sector
               budget
               support)
               between April
               2011 and
               March 2012
               of the total
               expected GBS
               $350m from
      24000000 all donors..

               Total sector
               budget
               support from
               all donors
               (DFID, SIDA,
               Belgian
               Development
               Corporation
               and the Bank
               between July
               2011 and
               June 2012 is
               likely to be
       8000000 $37m.




                                 Page 72
                            Sheet1

         GoU's health
         budget
         estimate for
         2011-12 (July
         2011 to June
         2012) is
         $398million;
         of which
         $169million
         (42.5%) is
         estimated to
         come from
         donors - total
         health sector
         aid from all
27348000 donors.

 9848000 None
         At least a
         third of our
         support
         through UN
         institutions (to
         GoU) has
         been used for
         providing
         technical
 5800000 support.

 5800000 None


         We have
         included all
         DFID Uganda
         funded
         programmes.
         In addition,
         Uganda has
         many health
         interventions
         funded
         through
         DFID's global
45348000 mechanisms.

45348000 None




                            Page 73
                        Sheet1
         All DFID
         Uganda
         health
         programmes
         have multi-
         year (2011-
         14)
43500000 commitments.


         We have only
         included
         DFID Uganda
         funded
         programmes/a
43500000 ctivities.




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