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EPAR Technical Report #341
Publication Date: 08/03/2017
Data on public expenditures on agriculture are not systematically collected in any one database. Rather, a variety of sources collect and publish data on certain aspects of agricultural public expenditures. These sources vary in their data collection methods, their frequency of data collection, and the specific expenditures they report on. We collected data on agricultural public expenditures and conducted preliminary analyses for four countries: India (with a focus on Bihar, Odisha, and Uttar Pradesh), Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania. The data are disaggregated in a variety of ways depending on the source, but we include disaggregated data where available comparing planned or budgeted vs. actual spending, government vs. donor spending, soending by activity or funding area, and spending by commodity or value chain activity. Our goals are to facilitate further analysis of trends in agricultural public expenditures across countries and over time, and to highlight gaps and differences in data sources.
Slide Deck - Agricultural Public Expenditure Data Sources, Results Coding - Agricultural Public Expenditure Data Sources, Results Coding - MAFAP Agricultural Expenditures Data for Ethiopia and Tanzania, Results Coding - Aggregated Public Agriculture Expenditure Data, Slide Deck - Agricultural Public Expenditures Cross-Country Analysis, Slide Deck - Agricultural Public Expenditures Comparison Across Sources