South Africa - PDI-7 Aid disbursements on schedule and recorded by government (percent)

PDI-7 Aid disbursements on schedule and recorded by government (percent) in South Africa was reported at 93 % in 2010, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Aid disbursements on schedule and recorded by government. The objective is two-fold. First and foremost, it is to encourage disbursements of funds within the year they are scheduled. Second, it is to encourage accurate recording of disbursements by partner authorities. Both objectives require strong cooperation between donors and partner authorities. Aid is more predictable and released according to agreed schedules in annual or multi-year frameworks. Indicators 3 to 12 (but not Indictor 8) are drawn from the Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration for each respective year.


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