Mali BOOST Public Expenditure Database

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The Open Budgets Portal is the first effort to create a one-stop shop for budget data worldwide with the hope of bringing visibility to countries’ efforts in this field, facilitating access and promoting use of spending data, and motivating other countries into action. The purpose of the BOOST project is to enhance the transparency and efficiency of public spending across the globe by improving access to government expenditure data and linking spending to relevant results. The BOOST team has collected and processed detailed government expenditure data from more than a dozen countries, creating easy-to-use databases that have been employed by World Bank researchers on a variety of projects.

Type: 
Time Series
Topics: 
Public Sector Management
Economy Coverage: 
Low Income
Languages Supported: 
English
Number of Economies: 
1
Geographical Coverage: 
Mali
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Commercial use of these datasets is prohibited. Dissemination must cite "BOOST Public Expenditure Database, World Bank Group" and must state that commercial use of the data is prohibited.

Temporal Coverage: 
2004 - 2015
Release Date: 
March 15, 2018

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
March 28, 2018
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BOOST country page for Mali

Mali is the fourth francophone country in Africa to release budget and expenditure data to the public using BOOST. The Mali BOOST database provides disaggregated budget data available from 2004 onwards. The development of the database was a joint endeavor of the World Bank and the Malian Government. The Mali BOOST database includes the allocated budget and executed figures by different agencies of the central and local government. The data is disaggregated by administrative, economic, geographic and functional classification.
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Mali BOOST Public Expenditure Database, World Bank Group

The Open Budgets Portal is the first effort to create a one-stop shop for budget data worldwide with the hope of bringing visibility to countries’ efforts in this field, facilitating access and promoting use of spending data, and motivating other countries into action. The purpose of the BOOST project is to enhance the transparency and efficiency of public spending across the globe by improving access to government expenditure data and linking spending to relevant results. The BOOST team has collected and processed detailed government expenditure data from more than a dozen countries, creating easy-to-use databases that have been employed by World Bank researchers on a variety of projects.

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2004 - 2015

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Languages Supported: 
Economy Coverage: 
Number of Economies: 
1
Custom License Information: 

Commercial use of these datasets is prohibited. Dissemination must cite "BOOST Public Expenditure Database, World Bank Group" and must state that commercial use of the data is prohibited.

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Start Date: 
Thursday, January 1, 2004
End Date: 
Thursday, December 31, 2015
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Release Date: 
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Last Updated Date: 
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
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Mali BOOST Public Expenditure Database, World Bank Group
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