Sri Lanka Budget Briefs 2019

Briefs covering budget cycle and processes and education, health and WASH sectors

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UNICEF Sri Lanka / Earl Jayasuriya

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Sri Lanka Budget Briefs 2019 - Cycle and processes; Education; Health; and WASH

 

BUDGET BRIEF: CYCLE & PROCESSES

This brief on Sri Lanka’s Budget Cycle and Processes informs readers of the various stages, components, policies and procedures within Sri Lanka’s annual budget process. The brief aims to provide the general public and UNICEF’s key partners in the policy space with the necessary knowledge to navigate the complexities of the budgetary process. This piece also sets out important insights, which would enable stakeholders to lobby for change to ensure that child-related allocations remain relevant, prioritized, and protected.

 

BUDGET BRIEF: EDUCATION SECTOR

This brief, on Sri Lanka’s education sector budget and expenditure, informs readers of trends in spending on these services in recent years. The analysis includes underlying policy goals and the functional and regional distribution of budget allocations. The main objective of the brief is to function as an informative piece on the education sector budget. As such, the brief summarizes budget information in a manner that would be easily understood by different stakeholders, including civil society and the broader population, who may lack technical knowledge on the subject.

 

BUDGET BRIEF: HEALTH SECTOR

This brief, on Sri Lanka’s health sector budget and expenditure, informs readers of trends in spending on these services in recent years. This analysis includes the underlying policy goals and the functional and regional distribution of budget allocations. The main objective of the brief is to function as an informative piece on the health sector budget. As such, the brief summarizes budget information in a manner that would be easily understood by different stakeholders, including civil society and the broader population who may lack technical knowledge on the subject.

 

BUDGET BRIEF: WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE (WASH) SECTOR

This brief, on Sri Lanka’s WASH sector budget and expenditure, informs readers of trends in spending on these services in recent years. The analysis includes underlying policy goals and the functional and regional distribution of budget allocations. The main objective of the brief is to function as an informative piece on the WASH sector budget. As such, the brief summarizes budget information in a manner that would be easily understood by different stakeholders, including civil society and the broad population, who may lack technical knowledge on the subject.

 

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