Pro-employment budgeting in the United Republic of Tanzania: A country study
This case study tells the story of the Government of Tanzania’s implementation of proemployment budgeting. It describes the approach and instruments used, the actors involved, the challenges faced, and the achievements to date. Pro-employment budgeting is about integrating, or mainstreaming, an employment perspective in the planning and budgeting process of a country’s government. The approach aims to ensure, firstly, that policies of all relevant government agencies take employment concerns into account. Secondly, it aims to ensure that the agencies then allocate and spend funds in a way that allows effective implementation of the pro-employment policy.