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Political economy analysis

UNICEF country offices in Eastern and Southern Africa conduct political economy analysis to uncover the political and economic incentives that underlie policy and budgeting processes.

Some of these exercises complement fiscal space analyses to help UNICEF identify specific entry points for advocating for more and better investments in child-focused sectors, while others are more general in nature to inform the overall strategic direction of UNICEF programmes.
 

Resources

Angola
Overview of the Political Economy of Angola [2017, PDF]

Botswana
Overview of the Political Economy of Botswana [2017, PDF]

Burundi
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Burundi [2017, PDF]
The Local Economy of Burundi [French, 2017, PDF]
Overview of the Political Economy of Burundi [French, 2016, PDF]

Eritrea
Overview of the Political Economy of Eritrea [2016, PDF]

Ethiopia
Overview of the Political Economy of Ethiopia [2016, PDF]

Kenya
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Kenya [2017, PDF]
Overview of the Political Economy of Kenya [2016, PDF]

Lesotho
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Lesotho [2017, PDF]

Madagascar
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Madagascar [2017, PDF]

Rwanda
Overview of the Political Economy of Rwanda [2016, PDF]

South Africa
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in South Africa [2017, PDF]

South Sudan
Political and Economic Scenarios for South Sudan [2017, PDF]
Overview of the Political Economy of South Sudan [2016, PDF]

Swaziland
Overview of the Political Economy of Swaziland [2017, PDF]

Tanzania
Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Tanzania [2017, PDF]
Overview of the Political Economy of Tanzania [2016, PDF]

Zambia
Political Economy and Fiscal Space Analysis in Zambia [2016, PDF]

Zimbabwe
Overview of the Political Economy of Zimbabwe [2017, PDF]

 

 
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