Planning and Resource Management for Inclusive Growth

What is the project about

Building on the progress achieved since the introduction of the Programme Based Budgeting (PBB), UNDP will support government’s efforts to strengthen the integration of the planning, budgeting and execution framework to improve public sector efficiency and achieve inclusive growth. UNDP’s intervention will focus on four specific areas. First, UNDP will support the formulation of a 10-year Economic and Social Transformation Plan and the 3-year PBB Strategic Plans which will improve strategic allocation of public resources, leading to a higher HDI ranking. Second, UNDP will aim at enhancing internal and external accountability with respect to PBB implementation and public service delivery. Third, UNDP will contribute to strengthen the capacities and competencies of public officers in public finance and public sector management through innovative e-learning solutions. Fourth, to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of social spending, UNDP will provide technical assistance to replace by 2016 the current assessment mechanisms for social programmes by an alternative tool that better targets the most vulnerable and addresses gender disparities.

Expected Outputs

1.      A strategic planning framework operational with allocation of public resources linked to a10-year Economic and Social Transformation Plan (ESTP) and to 3-year Programme Based Budgeting (PBB) Strategic Plans;

2.      PBB internal and external accountability framework strengthened;

3.      Capacities of public officials in PFM and public sector management developed through e-learning;

4.      Social Register of Mauritius (SRM) and Proxy Means Test (PMT) updated and extended to new and existing social schemes to improve efficiency and effectiveness of social spending

Project Finance



Total Resource Allocated US$ 1,527,000
Regular          (TRAC1) US$ 950,000
UNDP (TRAC2) US$ 40,000
Cost Sharing MOFED US$ 400,000
Cost Sharing MSS US$ 50,000
France (National Assembly) US$ 12,000
UNDP Regional Centre Dakar US$ 75,000

Delivery in Previous Years

Year
Delivery Rate (%)
2013 (as at November)
65.1