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					                    BUDGET PERFORMANCE MONITORING TEMPLATE:
                     TRACKING NEEDS AND SEEDS IMPLEMENTATION

1.       Location /State……             Cross River State

2.       Period of Assessment ………January – December 2006

3.       State Annual budget
         a) Recurrent expenditure ……N21, 171, 671, 470

         b) Capital expenditure……… N23, 605, 097, 180

         c) Total budget (a + b) ……… N44, 776, 768, 650

4.       Percentage of each sector budget in the overall state budget
Sector       Recurrent          Capital expenditure   Total Budget          % in total   Remark
             expenditure                                                    State
                                                                            annual
                                                                            budget
Education 3, 526, 921, 790      434, 618, 870         3, 961,540,660        8.85%

Health       1, 165, 017, 400   234, 442, 400         1, 399,459, 800       3.13%

Water           63, 872, 390    140, 000, 000          203, 872, 390        0.46%

Sanitation      62, 989, 110    155, 000, 000          217, 989, 110        0.49%        Sewage,
                                                                                         Drainage &
                                                                                         Refuse
                                                                                         Disposal
Women’          35, 593, 300    (96, 491, 685)         132, 084, 985        0.29%




5      Sectoral targets, activities and budgets
Sector      SEEDS Target(s) (to be lifted from the        Budget (to be          Remarks
            policy document)                              lifted from the
                                                          annual budget)
Health         1.
               2.
               3.
               4.

Education      1.
               2.
               3.
               4.
Water &        1.
Sanitation     2.
               3.
               4.




Women          1.
               2.
               3.
               4.




6.        Total amount released for all sectors within the period of assessment
          (Total B) N42,222,387,490.95

Sector                 Amount released      % of A of B           Remark
                       for the period (A)
Education              3,817,210,125.39     9.04%
Health                 1,389,031,362.86     3.29%
Water                    190,188,389.63     0.45%
Sanitation               155,000,000.00     0.37%
Women                    131,951,511.80     0.31%


Total =                5,683,381,389.68     Total (B)


7.        Expenditure Tracking

Sector        Amount              Amount spent          Balance        Due process Remarks
              received for the                                         compliance
              period
Health    1,389,031,362.86 1,389,031,362.86 0                               yes
Education 3,817,210,125.39 3,817,210,125.39 0                               yes
Water          190,188,389.63       190,188,389.63 0                      yes
Sanitation     155,000,000.00       155,000,000.00 0                      yes
Women          131,951,511.80       131,951,511.80 0                      yes
Total        5,683,381,389.68 5,683,381,389.68
Given current requirements for retiring funds disbursed, the amount received is also completely
spent. However, there is some record of unretired imprest for some MDAs but it is not clear how
this information relates with ‘amount received’.

8. Summary of activities for the period of assessment

Sector           Activities      Due process       Activities        Beneficiaries of Remark
                 planned for     compliance        carried out for   Project/Activities
                 the period                        the period




Note: Due process includes authorization, procurement procedures, quality review etc

9. Describe the state due process for the following;

                    Institutions          Process/Procedure   Actors/Persons     General Remarks
Authorization       Ministry of Finance   Issue of various    Commissioner of
                                          warrants            Finance

Procurement         Tender Board and      Competitive         Secretary,
                    Due Process Unit      Bidding;            Tenders Board &
                                          Certification of    Due Process Unit
                                          Contract Award
Release of Funds    Accountant-           Accounting for      Accountant-
                    General [Treasury     Budgeted Receipts   General
                    Department]           & Expenditure for
                                          Audit
Quality Review      Office of the         Conducting a post   Auditor-General
                    Auditor-General       audit of the
                                          Transactions of
                                          each MDA
                    Public Accounts                           State House of
                    Committee-State       Reviewing the       Assembly
                    House of              Auditor-General’s
                    Assembly              report

10. Disbursement Process
Periodic      Amount              Date of      Means of               Recipient of      Planned
                                  Disbursement Disbursement           Disbursement      Activities
11. Harmonization of relevant sectoral policies to SEEDS
                SEEDS           Policy          SEEDS         Policy         SEEDS      Policy
                Objectives Objectives Targets                 Targets        Strategies Strategies
Education
Health
Water
Sanitation


12. How gender sensitive or responsive is the SEEDS and the relevant sectoral policies?
                 Project         Targets Group/ Project                  Remark
                 Objectives      Beneficiaries     Implementation
                                                   Strategies
SEEDS
Education
Health
Water
Sanitation

Revenue Profile
13. What is the budgeted (forecast) Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) for the year 2006?
N2, 616, 209, 000

14. What were the actual IGR for the previous 3 years?

              2003          2004                  2005                     Current Year-2006 Remarks
Actual IGR    Not           1, 897, 882, 141.16   2, 978, 175, 115.37      2, 797, 990, 390.30
              available
Forecast      -do-          2, 271, 397, 599      6, 703, 788, 720         2, 616, 209, 000
Difference    -do-          (373, 515, 407.84)    (3, 725, 613, 604.63)    (181, 790, 396.30)

15. What are the other sources of funds available to the state? (List)

(a) Statutory Allocations                              (d) Value Added Tax (VAT)

(b) Revenue from Solid Minerals                        (e) Donor grants

(c) Excess Crude Revenue                               (f) Taxes, Duties
(g) Bank loans (Internal & External)




16. Does the state keep record of all funds from development partners? Yes [ X ] No [ ]



17. Which institution coordinates the state’s Overseas Development Assistance (ODA)?
        State Planning Commission

18. List the amount of ODA for the last 3 years and the current year

Information on ODA received for previous 3 years not currently available.

18a. Amount of ODA received for the period under review [Jan – Dec 2006]

N2,361,893,479.48

This figure represents all ODA and subventions received by the state government in 2005. This
includes ODA from World Bank and grants from the Federal Government.

19. Is the state currently indebted /servicing any debt? Yes [ X ] No [ ]

                International     Purpose          Local             Sector          Remarks
                                                                     Breakdown of
                                                                     Debt
Current Debt    114,636,612.00    WB Loan for       1,000,000,000.00 External Bank
(in Naira)                        Urban Water                        Loans
                 37,180,629.58    WB Loan for       5,482,882,000.00 Development
                                  Capacity                           Bond Stock
                                  Building
                334,818,570.24    Foreign Loan     83,643,773,767.55 Contractual
                                  Refund                             Liabilities
Last Date of
Payment
Next Date of
Payment
Total Debt
paid
The information on payments made will be provided by the Debt Management Office
20. Does the state have a functional database for planning, monitoring and evaluation of
government development efforts? Yes [ ] No [ X ]




21. If yes, describe the database;

                          Yes         No        Remarks
Computerized
Easily accessible                     X
Regularly updated
Integrated into NBS*                  X
Wide Scope
Well maintained
Infrastructure
Regular periodic          X                     Through MOFINEWS, a publication of the Ministry
publication of data                             of Finance. Some ministries also publish regular
                                                reports on their development efforts and activities.
* National Bureau of Statistics

22. Budget Performance Summary

Period Of Assessment: [eg Jan – March, 2006]

Sector       SEEDS       Annual Actual        Activities/ Activities      Beneficiaries Remarks
             Target(s)   Budget amount        programmes carried
                                released      proposed    out
                                by Min.
                                of
                                Finance
E.g          1.
Health
          2.
          3.
          4.
Education 1.
          2.
          3.
4.
5.
25. State the general view of the state representative (SEEDS Focal Person or Central
 Economic Planning unit), regarding the budget and SEEDS performance for the period
 under review. Quote verbatim if possible.
State Representative               Name of Officer:               Designation:



Comments
There is overall fiscal discipline and efficiency of allocation of funds in the operations of all the
state’s transactions. The Executive Governor of the State – Mr Donald Duke - is transparent in his
financial dealings.



Signature……………………..                                 Date………………………….


Name of Reviewer                   Designation:                       Institutional Affiliation:
Christine Imaobong Edet            State Project Coordinator          ABGREMO for Development


Comments




Signature…                                        Date………Aug 2007…….
HANDBOOK ON USING THE CDD BUDGET TRACKING TEMPLATE

       SECTION 1: BACKGROUND TO THE TEMPLATE

Understanding the Budget Process: An Overview

•   Introduction to Budgeting
•   Development Planning in Nigeria: NEEDS/SEEDS and MDGs Linkages
•   Gender-Responsive Budgeting
•   Public Participation in Monitoring Governance: Budget Tracking a First Step
•   Budget Tracking: a Citizen Responsibility
•    Budget Advocacy: The need for Budget Analysis


       SECTION 2: GUIDE TO USING THE TEMPLATE

Understanding and Using the CDD/EU Nigeria Budget Monitoring Template

•   Objectives/Rationale for the Template
•   Structure of the template
•   Explanation of CDD Template
•   Using the Monitoring Template: The Challenges and Suggestions
•   Reviewer’s assessment: Additional Issues to consider

				
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