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2001-2010 - Burkina Faso-Ghana-Malawi - Evaluation of Public Financial Management Reform - Final Synthesis Report
The evaluation of public financial management reform is one of several joint evaluations, undertaken under the umbrella of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee, which are focused on issues identified as key for using country systems and where looking at donor assistance collectively makes more sense than trying to attribute results to a single actor.
The evaluation involved three main components, a literature review (published in 2009) a quantitative study (published in 2011) and finally three country case studies. It is through the three cases – Burkina Faso, Ghana and Malawi – that the evaluation has been able to look in detail at the context and mechanisms that make PFM reforms successful.