Public expenditure tracking and quantitative service delivery survey in Gauteng Province, South Africa
As part of the dialogue on improving public expenditure management and spending for results in South Africa, the World Bank is coordinating a PETS-QSDS study in the Gauteng Province of South Africa for HIV and AIDS spending. The main objectives of the study are to follow the flow of resources from the source (Government of South Africa/National Treasury) to the final destination (core frontline service delivery facilities); to assess the volume and types of HIV programs that these funds provide to target populations; to determine alignment of interventions funded to priority interventions; and to determine unit costs of service delivery (as a measure of efficiency of programming). Key outputs included provision of technical assistance in the development of survey instruments, qualitative and quantitative analysis and the development of a report for the World Bank.
To help finalise the survey instruments and sampling procedure to assess how allocated funds for HIV and AIDS services are being utilised, and to conduct the PETS-QSDS survey (data collection, entry, and analysis) to assess how allocated funds for HIV and AIDS services are being utilised.