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Public Expenditure Review
Sethi Geeta, Zoratto Laura, Calvo-Gonzalez Oscar, Vinuela Lorena, Biletska Nataliya, Razafimandimby Luc, Djiofack Calvin Zebaze, Carias David, Medvedev Denis, Miranda Gustavo Ezequiel, Ramirez Karina, Caballero Nuria Tolsa, Arias Ramon, Qian RongAug 01, 2013

Fiscal consolidation remains the central challenge facing Honduras, mainly due to increasing current expenditures. The widening fiscal deficit has been driven by a significant increase in current expenditures....

Other Financial Accountability Study
Jun 12, 2013

This Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessment of the public finance management (PFM) systems of the Municipality of the Central District of Honduras (AMDC) was prepared by a World Bank ...

Jun 01, 2013

The Resilience Rapid School assessment (RES-School) was conducted by a research team at the the Francisco Morazan Pedagogical University in Honduras, with training and technical assistance from the World Bank's ...

Working Paper
Jan 01, 2013

This country report and the data presented herein are a product of the piloting of the RES-360 tool in Honduras. First, national level data was collected from government strategic plans, focus groups with ...

Cortez Rafael, Pande Aaka, Eozenou PatrickJan 01, 2013

The 14 indicators describe a country's macro-fiscal environment to identify constraints or opportunities for health systems financing. For each indicator two aspects are important: level and trend. A country with...