Water and education: Public spending under the microscope

The review, which will be carried out by the World Bank in collaboration with sector experts and various stakeholders, aims to ensure efficient use of resources and optimize investments in these crucial areas, the Ministry of Economy and Finance said on its website.     
 The results of the review will be examined and evaluated by the government, with the aim of taking measures to improve the quality and efficiency of public spending in these sectors.     
 In the water sector, the government has identified priority areas for investment such as extending drinking water supply networks, upgrading existing infrastructure, reducing water losses and improving water quality.     
 Measures have also been taken to strengthen water resource management and stakeholder participation in decision-making. In this context, knowing the real cost of water, the flow of funds, and the organizational governance of the sector should provide valuable insights into integrated water resources management strategies.     
 In the education sector, the government has identified as priority actions the need to invest in teacher training, improving school infrastructure and expanding access to education.     
 Measures have also been taken to improve the quality of education and to encourage the participation of civil society in educational governance. Within this framework, it will be essential to measure the degree of alignment of resource allocation and policy priorities in order to combat spending inefficiencies.     
 A Steering Committee chaired by the Minister Delegate in charge of the Budget will be set up to monitor and support the work of this project.      
The meeting was attended by representatives of ministerial departments and public agencies, as well as the directors general and directors of the Ministry of the Economy and Finance.

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