Who benefits from public education spending in Malawi?: results from the recent education reform, Parts 63-350
World Bank Technical Paper No. 333. Draws on the methodology of World Development Report 1993: Investing in Health to analyze the burden of disease and the cost-effectiveness of health care interventions. The analysis presents a framework for the activities of the government of Guinea in prioritizing health care services.
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Africa allocation of public area of residence Bangladesh Benefit Incidence Analysis children enrolled College of Distance Distance Education distribution of public education in Malawi education sector enrolled in primary Enrollment Rates Gross Female Male Female GDP deflator Gender disparities Grameen Bank gross enrollment rates HESSEA inequality Khandker Madagascar Malawi College Male Female Male MKwachas never attended old population percent percentage share poor poorest income quintile primary education spending primary enrollment rates primary student Primary Teacher Training primary-level enrollments pro-poor public education resources public education spending public primary public recurrent spending public resources public spending Rates Gross Enrollment rates in primary rates in Standards Region Rural Urban richest income quintile rural Center rural South school as percentage secondary education secondary school Shahidur share of public socioeconomic groups spending in education spending on education spending per capita spending per student student spending Sub-Saharan Africa surge in enrollments tertiary level World Bank