|Country||ESAF Arrangement2||Policy Measure||Conditionality||Type of|
|Armenia||ESAF. 3 (1998)||Develop and approve a three-year strategic plan for the health sector by end-September 1999.||Benchmark||Review pending|
|Côte d’lvoire||ESAF. 1 (1998)||Adopt a national plan to fight poverty.||Prior action||Met|
|Georgia||ESAF. 1 (1996)||Reduce number of budgetary positions, primarily in education, by 10,000 by September 1996.||Benchmark||Met|
|ESAF. 2 (1997)||Minimum amount of health expenditures of the republican government cumulative from January 1, 1997.||Benchmark||Not met|
|ESAF.3 (1998)||Minimum amount of health expenditures of the republican government.||Benchmark||Not met|
|Ghana||ESAF. 2 (1995)||Complete medium-term expenditure framework (MTEF) for priority sectors of education, health, and roads.||Performance criteria||Met|
|Kyrgyz Republic||ESAF. 1 (1998)||Cumulative floor on budgetary expenditures separately on health and education beginning April 1998.3||Performance criteria||Waived4|
|Mozambique||ESAF.3 (1998)||Complete National Poverty Assessment and Poverty Action Plan by end-1998.||Benchmark||Met|
|Uganda||ESAF. 1 (1997)||Minimum amount of nonwage expenditures on priority program areas in health and education.||Benchmark||Met|
|ESAF. 2(1998)||Minimum amount of nonwage expenditures on priority program areas including universal primary education component of domestic development expenditures.||Performance criteria||Met|
Social policy conditionalities were used in only 7 of the II ESAF countries.
Year of program approval shown in parentheses; suffix indicates the program year (1 to 3).
Program targets are set in terms of expenditures as a percent of GDP.
Prior actions on the level of spending in the quarter following the test date were set as conditions for completing the midterm review, of which that on health was met. In addition, measures to strengthen overall expenditure management were to be introduced and the authorities undertook to ensure that spending on education and health care would be kept at least constant in real terms throughout 1999.