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Budget tracking for beginners: An introductory guide

A short introduction to budget tracking and how to apply it at a local level

2014 Available in English, French and Spanish

Village savings and loans schemes in Malawi.

Village savings and loans schemes in Malawi. Photo: Geoff Crawford/Tearfund

Budget tracking helps to ensure that public funding reaches its intended beneficiaries and is not siphoned off or lost to corruption.

This guide, primarily for Tearfund partners and those who work for community-based, faith-based or civil society organisations, gives a brief overview of what budget tracking is and how it can be applied practically, particularly at a local level.

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