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Mali: Poverty Reduction and Strategy Paper—2009 Progress Report

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International Monetary Fund
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February 2011
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RESULTS OF THE 2009 REVIEW OF THE PRGSP

ResultsIndicators
IndicatorsType2015 MDG

target
Reference

value
ExecutionQuantified PRGSP ObjectiveMeans of

verification
Data

collection

method
FrequencyResponsible unit(s)
2006200720082009200920102011CollectionAnalysis
Poverty and Food Security
Promote accelerated, sustained growth and significantly reduce poverty
Poverty
The poverty rate has declined1. Incidence of povertyI34.40%47.40%--43.70%43.80%42.60%41.40%ODHD/INSTATSurveysFive yearsODHD/INSTATODHD/INSTAT
Food security
Every citizen is assured food security
Fewer persons are facing serious food insecurity2. Proportion of persons facing food insecurity who receive benefitsR-1.170000.60.410.22SAP report on food and nutritional situationReportingAnnualSAPSAP
National grain stocks have increased3. National grain stocks, consisting of the National Security Stock and the State Intervention Stock (cereal banks) in tonsA--59,60076,94446,77779,80089,900100,000OPAM/SAPReportingAnnualCSACSA
The food situation of children under five has improved4. Rate of acute infantile malnutrition (%)I-14.40%10%6.10%6.20%12%Results of EVSS conducted by the SAP, in cooperation with UNICEF, PAM, INSTAT, INRSP, FEWS Net, and the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture Planning and Statistics Units (CPS)Survey by samplingAnnualSAPSAP
Macroeconomic and budgetary framework
Accelerated, sustained growth
Growth, financial stability, public financial management
GDP growth averages 7 percent5. Real GDP growth (%)R5.85.34.35.04.56.57.87.1INSTAT/DNPDReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualINSTAT/DNPDINSTAT/DNPD
6. Ratio of outstanding debt/GDPR-21%20.4%22.6%25.3%26.7%21.1%18.2%DNPD/DGDPReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualDGDPDGDP/CPM
Promote strong, sustained growth and significantly reduce poverty7. Total real expenditures in proportion to budget initially approvedRAABAAaDGBPEFA methodEvery 3 yearsDGBDGB
Public financial management meets Community standards8. Tax rate (%)I17.214.714.213.314.7171717INSTAT / DNPDReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualINSTAT / DNPDINSTAT / DNPD
9. Average annual rate of inflation (%)I0.21.51.59.22.21.41.51.6INSTAT / DNPDReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualINSTAT / DNPDINSTAT / DNPD
10. Percentage of investment expenditures domestically financed (%)r22.525.822.523.524.422.522.522.5DGB/DNTCPFlow-of-Funds Table (TOFE)AnnualDGB/DNTCPDGB/DNTCP
Developing basic Infrastructure and the productive sectors
Rural development
Grain production has increased11. Total grain production (thousands of tons)R-3.6933,8854815509014,6855,2625,683CPS SDR/DNAAgriculture market surveysAnnualCPS SDR/DNACPS SDR/DNA
Access to irrigated farming has improved12. Additional fully irrigated areas developed (hectares)R12,00010,1663,3143414434310,00010,00010,000CPS SDR/DNGRPGA data and inventory of improved sitesQuarterlyDRGR, PGA Coordinati onDRGR, PGA Coordination
Production of cotton (main export crop) has increased13. Production of cotton seed (tons)R620,000414,965242,233202,397236,000550,000570,000578,000CPS SDR / CMDTInventory of areas and production estimateAnnualCMDT (DPA)DPA/CMDT
14. Production of cotton fiber (tons)R266,600175,797100,94185,65485,171231,000239,400242,800CPS SDR / CMDTEstimate based on agricultural productionAnnualCMDT (DPI)DPI / CMDT
Livestock production has increased15. Head of cattle
CattleR10,233,9137,843,4428,141,0008,385,7008,896,3008,570,7418,827,8639,092,699DNPIA/Annual reportsAnnual growth rates applied to data from 1991 national censusAnnualDRPIADSEI
Sheep (head)R13,761,4228,870,7359,761,00010,249,60011,300,20010,268,98510,782,43411,321,556
Goats (head)R19,620,36812,647,46413,593,00014,272,70015,735,60014,641,02115,373,07216,141,725
Dairy and meat production are developedMilk (T)R2,267,4091,815,5791,798,5021,187,9921,944,2021,974,3012,033,5302,094,536DNPIA/2006 Annual ReportEstimated production based on bio-economic parametersAnnualDRPIADSEI
Meat (T)R49,51539,64844,92147 96343,42143,11444,40845,740DNPIA/2006 Annual reportStatistics of controlled slaughterAnnualDRPIADSEI
The leather and hide sectors are more competitiveExports of hides (T)R1,8061,446.001,421.009861,301.921,572.411,619.581,668.17DNPIA/Annual and monthly reportsControlled exports of peltsWeekly, monthly, and annualDRPIADSEI
Leather exports (T)R10,8088,654.512,047.0015792,133.71944.119,693.449,984.25DNPIA/Annual and monthly reportsControlled exports of leatherWeekly, monthly, and annualDRPIADSEI
Implementation of the national environmental protection policy has increased the number of forested areas16. Size of forest areas (hectares)R-7,5309,079.3710,390.016,335.110,00010,00012,000Periodic and annual reports of the DNCN and DRCNDocument analysis grid, interview guide, questionnaire, interview guide for target areaQuarterly and annualCPS SEEUD/DNCNCPS SEEUD/DNCN
17. Number of simplified management plans prepared and implementedR-15050220186302322342Available studies and dossiers, periodic and annual reports of the DNCN and DRCNDocument analysis grid, interview guide, questionnaire, interview guide for target areaQuarterly and annualCPS SEEUD/DNCNCPS SEEUD/DNCN
Purification or decontamination stations are established in principal cities to treat liquid, solid, and gaseous waste from industrial and artisanal production units18. Percentage of the population with adequate access to sanitation systems (%)R5019212324293335DNACPN, Municipalities, ProjectsCensusAnnualCPS SEEUD/DNACPNCPS SEEUD/DNACPN
19. Reduction of watercourse infestation by proliferating aquatic plants (%)R100---203040ABFN, IER, ON documents, draftsReportingAnnualRegional branchABFN
Transportation infrastructure
The road network size and quality of management have improved road transportation20.a. Kilometers of paved roads maintainedA7,3013,7733,7733,5693,6193,8294,3764,601CPS/MET-DNR-SDRReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MET-DNR-SDRCPS/MET-DNR-SDR
20.b. Kilometers of dirt roads maintainedA9,4205,8258,7008,9415,7726,2776,2776,960CPS/MET-DNR-SDRReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MET-DNR-SDRCPS/MET-DNR-SDR
21.a. Kilometers of paved roads in good conditionA4,4131,6752,7932,8803,6192,3482,5552,781CPS/METReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MET-DNR-SDRCPS/MET-DNR-SDR
21.b. Kilometers of dirt roads in good conditionA3,7691,6755,22035955,7721,8152,0962,425CPS/METReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MET-DNR-SDRCPS/MET-DNR-SDR
22. Kilometers of lanes constructedA1,800-263 0.3876718.945CPS/MET-DNR-SDRReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MET-DNR-SDRCPS/MET-DNR-SDR
Communication infrastructure
Citizens have increased access to telephone service23. Percentage of communes with telephone service (fixed and mobile)R70-455365404550CPS-MET/CRT, SOTELMA, ORANGEReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS-MET/CRT, SOTELMA, ORANGECPS-MET/CRT, SOTELMA, ORANGE
Energy and Mines
Citizens have improved access to electricity24. Rate of access to electricity by category:RNational: 64,6% Urban: 86.90% Rural: 55.00%National: 16,9% Urban: 52.90% Rural: 1.30%National: 22,53% Urban: 55.58% Rural: 8.23%National: 25.41% Urban: 58.19%.% rural: 11.23%National: 25,27% Urban: 53.00% Rural%National: 25,80% Urban: 62.40% Rural: 10.00%National: 28,30% Urban: 65.90% Rural: 12.00%National: 31,50% Urban: 69.70% Rural: 15.00%CPS/MEME compilation of statisticsReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MECPS/ME
The mining sector has improved and gold production is maintained at a satisfactory level25. Industrial gold exports (tons)R4762.02456.752.853.72655.247.947.9CPS/ME compilation of statisticsReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/MECPS/ME
Industry and Commerce
The business environment has improved26. Number of procedures required to create a companyR-131111711“Doing Business” reportSurveys and pollsAnnualDoing Business team (World Bank Group)Doing Business team (World Bank Group)
27. Number of days required to create a companyr-422626326“Doing Business” reportSurveys and pollsAnnualDoing Business team (World Bank Group)Doing Business team (World Bank Group)
Culture, Artisanal Trades, Tourism
Develop small and medium-size enterprises and industries in the Culture, Artisanal Trades, and Tourism sectors28. Number of hotel arrivalsR-200,003221,328234,490204,006235,000300,000321,000OMATHOMonitoring of hotel and accommodation statisticsMonthOMATHOOMATHO
29. Value of artisanal product exports (CFAF thousands)R-506,9701,168,352860,3153,733,886538,001548,761559,736CNPAStatistical monitoring of certificates of origin/participant records from conferences, forums, and festivalsMonthCNPACNPA
Institutional Development, Governance, and Participation
Central Government involvement in decentralization30. Percentage of national budget effectively transferred to local governments in proportion to budgeted amount (%)A--100100100100100100DGB/DNCT/CA DBReportingAnnualCDI/UECDI/UE
Local governance31. Percentage of minutes of ordinary sessions prepared and transmitted to oversight agencies (%)A-6099.1589.0899.49%80OISE/DNCT/CDI/HC CT databaseReportingAnnualDNCTDNCT
Mobilization of local government resources32. Amount of local government resources per capita (CFAF)A-892765.5810121083984OISE/DNCT/HCCT databaseReportingAnnualDNCTP/DNP/DNCT/CDIDNCTP/DN P/DNCT/CD I
Technical support to local governments33. Percentage of local governments receiving assistance (%)A-100100 (59.11 OISE base)100100100100OISE/DNCT/HCCT databaseReportingAnnualDNCT/CDI/ANICT/CNNDNCT/CDI/ANICT
Improved operations of central administration main and regional offices34. New revenue – collection centers implementedA-111199CDI/DNCTPReportingAnnualDNCTPCDI/DNCTP
35. Number of operational units automated and connected via intranetA-2430364336AGETIC/CDIReportingAnnualAGETIC/CDIAGETIC/CDI
36. Change in average time to sign DGMP contracts (days)R-129119109.6898.50110DGMPReportingAnnualDGMP/CDIDGMP/CDI
Capacity building for civil society37. Number of alternative PRGSP monitoring and evaluation reports produced by civil societyA-2457111Alternative reports produced by civil society: CNSC CONACIPAL, FOSCAO, GSB and AMDHSurveys, document reviewsAnnualCNSCCNSC
38. Number of civil society strengthening programs implemented and receiving technical and financial support from the governmentA-4432111CNSC and other civil society organizationsSurvey of civil society organizations, ministries, and TFPsAnnualCNSCCNSC
39. Number of civil society proposals and/or opinions considered by the government in the context of policies or issues of national interestA-2233111CNSC and other civil society organizationsSurvey of civil society organizations and ministriesAnnualCNSCCNSC
40. Percentage of NGO and association signatories of framework agreements with the government that have filed annual reportsA-19%39.37%19.00%49.22%22%23%24%CADB/MATCLReportingAnnualCADBCADB/MATCL
Justice41. Number of judges per capitaR-1/30,0001/25,0001/272031/336421/236891/223181/21174National Directorate of Judicial AdministrationReportingAnnualNational Directorate of Judicial AdministrationNational Directorate of Judicial Administrati on
42. Number of judiciary buildings built or rehabilitatedA251255957Ministry of Justice, DAFReportingAnnualMinistry of Justice, DAFMinistry of Justice, DAF
43. Mali’s ranking in the Corruption Perceptions IndexR-2.82.73.12.83.94.24.6TI/ODHDTransparency International reportAnnualTI/ODHDTI/ODHD
Strengthening of the social sector
Education
The primary school disparity between girls and boys is eliminated44. Gross primary school intake rate (all schools)RAnnual Statistical Report CPS/EducationReportingAnnualCPS EducationCPS Education
a. Overall gross enrollment rate (GER)91%75.0 % (G=65.1%) (B=85.1%)77.6% (G=68%) (B=87.8%)80% (G=70.7%) (B=89.5%)82% (G=73%) (B=91.2%)82.10%84.60%87.20%
b. Boy/Girl GER parity index0.760.770.790.80b. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparities
45. Gross primary school enrollment rate (all schools)RAnnual Statistical Report CPS/EducationReportingAnnualCPS EducationCPS Education
21.a. GER90%74.20% (G=67.0%) (B=81.5%)75.8% (G=68.9%) (B=82.9%,)79.4% (G=72.3%) (B=86.8%)77.7% (G=70.4%) (B=85.2%)86.10%90.00%90.00%
b. Boy/Girl GER parity index0.820.830.830.82b. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparities
The quality of teaching in primary school has improved46. Primary school completion rate (all schools)RAnnual Statistical Report CPS/EducationReportingAnnualCPS EducationCPS Education
a. Completion rate82.50%48.50% (G=38.4%) (B=58.7%)53.2% (G=42.9%) (B=63.9%)54% (G=44.8%) (B=63.5%)55.7% (G=47.2%) (B=64.4%)60.20%63.90%67.60%
b. TA F/G parity index0.650.670.700.73b. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparitiesb. Reduction of disparities
47. Primary school pupil-teacher ratio (public and community schools)R5056555553575655Annual Statistical Report CPS/EducationReportingAnnualCPS EducationCPS Education
Health and combating HIV/AIDS
Citizens’ access to health services has improved48. Percentage of the population living within 5 kilometers of an operational health centerR58%51%58 %58%57%60%62%64%Annual Statistical Report (SLIS) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
All children under age 1 are vaccinated49.a. DTCP3 (Penta 3) vaccination rate for children under age 1R94%92%94%94%101%≥90%≥90%≥90%Annual Statistical Report (SLIS) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
49.b. Measles vaccination rate in children under age 1R-82%89%91%97%92%94%96%Annual Statistical Report (SLIS) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
Women are guaranteed qualified attendants at childbirth50. Rate of assisted births (including by ATR)R65%55%58%61%64%60%63%65%Annual Statistical Report (SLIS) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
The level of prenatal consultation (PNC) has increased51. PNC rateR80%75%78%82%90%80%83%86%Annual Statistical Report (SLIS) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
Utilization of health services has increased52. Utilization rate for curative consultationsR-0.260.290.290.330.330.350.36Annual Statistical Report (SLIS and SIH) CPS / HealthReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
Efforts against HIV/AIDS are intensified53. Prevalence of HIV/AIDS among pregnant womenI1.75%3.50%2.80%-2.70%1.80%-1.20%CPS / Health, sentinel surveillance reportReportingAnnualCPS / HealthCPS / Health
Social development and solidarity
The proportion of the population covered by social health insurance has increased54a. Percentage of the population covered by mutual associationsR-1.70%2.4%2.60%3.50%4.60%4.70%4.80%SISo reportReportingAnnualCDS/DNPSESCDS/DNPSES
54b. Percentage of the population covered by mutual health associationsR-1.50%1.71.90%3.00%3.00%3.50%4.00%SISo reportReportingAnnualCDS/DNPSESCDS/DNPSES
Coverage for the poor has improved55. Percentage of poor individuals with health coverageR-35.4%48%53%56.70%50%50%50%SISo reportReportingAnnualCDS/DNDSCDS/DNDS
Housing
Low-income persons are provided access to housing56. Number of social housing units constructed for low-income personsR12,0008801,08710271700875875875MLAFU-DAF reportReportingAnnualDAF/MLAFUDAF/MLAFU
Jobs
Creation and promotion of sustainable employment57. Number of new jobs createdR-23,01917,27728,76433,62310,00010,00010,000Annual reportCollection of data by Administrative recordsAnnualDNE/ANPE/DOEFDNE/ANPE/DOEF
Gender and equity
Promotion of gender equality and equity in the population58. Percentage of elected positions held by womenR306.46.46.48192428Data collection report/CNDIFE database on women and childrenData collection formsAnnualCNDIFE/MATCL/Consular chambersCNDIFE/MATCL/Consular chambers
59. Percentage of female agricultural operatorsR303.118.52020152025CPS Rural Development/CNDIFECensus3 yearsCPS SDR/CNDIFECPS SDR/CNDIFE
Drinking water
Citizens have improved access to drinking water60. Proportion of the population with sustainable access to improved source of water, by category:RNational: 80.4% Semi-urban and urban: 90.7% Rural: 75.9%National: 67.4% Semi-urban and urban: 76.6% Rural: 63.7%National: 70.1% Semi-urban and urban: 75.9% Rural: 67.6%National: 71.7% Semi-urban and urban 76.3% Rural: 69.9%National: 73.1% Semi-urban and urban: 77.4% 76.3% rural: 71.4%National: 72.3% 80.4% semi-urban and urban: 76.3% 76.3% rural: 71.2%National: 73.9% Semi-urban and urban: 76.5% 76.3% rural: 72.50%National: 75.4% Semi-urban and urban: 77.8% 76.3% rural: 73.8%CPS/SEEUDME compilation of statisticsReporting (Administrative data collection method)AnnualCPS/SEEUDCPS/SEEUD

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