COVID Brief: Transparency and Accountability of the COVID Fiscal Response in Uganda

Mar 09, 2022

Civil society partners across 120 countries worked with IBP to undertake a rapid assessment of “emergency fiscal policy packages” from March to September 2020. This resulted in new approaches to policy initiatives like the stimulus package adopted in Togo, aimed at addressing the impact of the COVID-19 emergency. The goal of this assessment is to identify how countries can improve both during and after the crisis.

COVID Brief Uganda

COVID Brief: Accountability of the COVID Fiscal Response in Zambia

Mar 09, 2022

Civil society partners across 120 countries worked with IBP to undertake a rapid assessment of “emergency fiscal policy packages” from March to September 2020. This resulted in new approaches to policy initiatives like the stimulus package adopted in Togo, aimed at addressing the impact of the COVID-19 emergency. The goal of this assessment is to identify how countries can improve both during and after the crisis.

COVID Brief Zambia

COVID Brief: Accountability of the COVID Fiscal Response in Afghanistan

Mar 09, 2022

Civil society partners across 120 countries worked with IBP to undertake a rapid assessment of “emergency fiscal policy packages” from March to September 2020. This resulted in new approaches to policy initiatives like the stimulus package adopted in Togo, aimed at addressing the impact of the COVID-19 emergency. The goal of this assessment is to identify how countries can improve both during and after the crisis.

COVID Brief Afghanistan

Promoting Transparency, Oversight and Participation in Budgeting during Emergencies

Feb 17, 2022

This paper draws on the findings of 15 case studies of COVID-19-related fiscal policy responses from around the world that were documented by IBP after it published its report in May 2021: Canada, Côte d’Ivoire, Chile, Ecuador, Indonesia, Jamaica, Malaysia, Nepal, Paraguay, Philippines, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Togo and the United Kingdom.

Promoting Transparency, Oversight and Participation in Budgeting during Emergencies

A Guide to Analyzing the Public Budget for Climate Action: A Citizen’s Proposal

Feb 08, 2022

The Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean and the International Budget Partnership present this methodological guide, which is designed to support the work of civil society and other non-governmental stakeholders, as well as governmental stakeholders from central and local governments, and legislative representatives interested in exploring the public budget’s role in tackling climate change.

A Guide to Analyzing the Public Budget for Climate Action: A Citizen’s Proposal