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CRC/C/BGD/4

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Table 1.5

Allocation in social sectors under ADP

(Taka in million)

Sector

2001/02

2002/03

2003/04

2004/05

2005/06

2006/07

2007/08

1Education

21 710

25 520

27 110

31 410

32 970

38 650

40 765

2.Health and family welfare

14 430

15 430

16 120

21 560

22 690

20 633

26 063

3.Social welfare, women       affairs and youth development

1 730

2 270

1 690

1 800

1 880

3 765

2 113

4.Sports and culture

790

940

1 210

1 450

1 570

1 606

803

5.Labour and manpower       (employment)

180

270

570

690

710

837

940

6.Subtotal

38 840

44 420

45 179

55 290

58 128

65 491

70 684

7.As percent (%) of ADP       expenditure

24.3

26.0

22.3

25.1

23.7

25.19

26.0

8.Total ADP allocation

160 000

171 000

203 000

220 000

245 000

260 000

270 000

Source: Annual budget for 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 200708 Finance Division, Ministry of Finance; (Exchange rate of 1 US$= Taka 68.0).

D.Monitoring, data collection, implementation, reporting and international cooperation

42.The Government has decided to make the General Economic Division of the Planning Commission the coordinating body for tracking progress of national targets, as defined in the NSAPR and MDG. The tracking of the progress of World Fit For Children (WFFC), CRC and other regional instrument lies on the MoWCA which it does in cooperation with other ministries having specific role in children’s activities like education, health and protection. In each area, a set of indicators have been developed and data on each of those are being collected and published in different survey reports. Most of MDG and WFFC indicator data are available now. In most surveys, qualitative improvements in methodology and survey design have been brought in.

43.The progress of many child-related programmes is monitored regularly by Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED) under the Ministry of Planning. IMED does it in addition to project officials who have monitoring staff in field locations. Every project steering committee is monitoring overall progress of implementation on a regular basis. All projects and programmes carry out mid-term and final evaluations besides conducting other studies and surveys.

44.Impact level data and information are provided by specific surveys. The last Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) was carried out in Bangladesh in 2004 and recent Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) in 2003 and 2006. The ninth MICS, conducted jointly by Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) and UNICEF, is a mechanism for systematic collection of data on the situation of children and women. BBS now has enhanced its capacity in managing MICS. BBS conducted training of data collectors and supervisors, carried out 5 percent post enumeration check of the questionnaire, analysed data and prepared the report. MICS provides district-wise data for children and women in addition to separate data set for urban slum and tribal population since 1995. In 2006, through the adoption of a new sampling design, MICS produced data on a wider range of indicators through surveys in about 68,000 households. New data on early

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