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Funding District Education Plans

Yoshihito NAKAYAMA
Education Planning Adviser
Ministry of Education, Science &
Technology, Malawi
The Purpose of the Presentation
 To understand the character of
DEPs
 To raise the issues for funding
DEPs
 To propose the way forward
Key Words of the Presentation
 Diversity
 Decentralisation
 Comprehensive Demand-Base
Funding Mechanism
 Transparency
 Information Management
 Ideal Marriage of Ownership with
Partnership
Background of DEPs
 The National School Mapping and
Micro-Planning Project (Oct. 2000-
Aug.2002)
 Capacity Building in the areas of
planning and implementing
education development plans at
the local level
 6 Pilot Districts
 Development Plans fro 2002-2005
Priority - Primary Education
North Central East

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South East
Central West

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Shire Highlands
South West

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Priority - Secondary Education
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South East South West Shire Highlands

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Findings (1)
 In both primary and secondary
education sub-sectors, improving
the QUALITY and ACCESS is the
top priority in every division
 The demands for development
education in each division and
district slightly differ from each
other
How much Districts demand
for Primary education ?
Priority Total Estimates by
Division Quality Access Equity Management Relevance Finance Planning
District District

Chitipa 18,012,900 136,551,270 13,357,000 1,174,030 34,980 3,830,950 1,354,000 174,315,130


Karonga 163,251,990 123,522,870 547,888 293,944 6,000 113,944 1,210,000 288,946,636
Ruphi 172,112,150 32,330,400 814,685 361,460 639,520 9,153,500 2,510,800 217,922,515
Nkhata Bay 139,823,370 93,486,964 33,104,228 2,875,528 124,228 34,528 595,208 270,044,054
North
Mzimba North 111,238,410 132,866,280 157,867,660 - 141,000 941,000 881,500 403,935,850
Mzimba South 156,731,660 - 151,923,000 1,167,000 579,600 - 2,227,000 312,628,260
Mzuzu City 32,637,660 73,111,310 6,000 377,165 56,510 4,765,020 480,000 111,433,665
Likoma 95,873,889 158,478,390 58,694,580 1,532,520 4,111,260 234,620 153,650 319,078,909
Kasungu 12,927,369 93,288,390 58,694,580 1,532,520 4,111,260 234,620 153,650 170,942,389
Nkhotakota 59,568,705 13,328,792 275,863,940 826,320 294,500 11,310 441,950 350,335,517
Central East Ntchisi 70,325,200 285,200 7,625,640 2,454,020 422,450 14,004,088 759,332 95,875,930
Dowa 58,712,680 7,533,200 29,513,080 2,414,080 - 2,140,470 1,493,424 101,806,934
Salima 48,800,000 53,200,000 2,684,500 1,725,430 1,618,040 422,110 2,018,040 110,468,120
Lilongwe Urban 75,072,673 238,809,200 29,782,800 656,652 - 10,308,000 1,659,112 356,288,437
LilongweRural East 8,169,076 111,944,820 605,860 596,400 1,340,945 657,900 3,903,000 127,218,001
LilongweRural West 5,130,496,900 53,509,488 980,640 3,682,642 - 2,233,560 1,922,260 5,192,825,490
Central West
Mchinji 102,037,840 113,473,400 4,661,400 11,788,080 - 657,900 896,000 233,514,620
Dedza 987,518 105,143,300 3,493,815 12,054,825 2,117,933 - - 123,797,391
Ntcheu 75,551,764 784,576,380 210,788,680 25,026,815 23,000 153,825 5,845,000 1,101,965,464
Mangochi 1,197,620 77,634,049 537,600 8,800 - 8,800 47,005 79,433,874
Machinga 1,965,896,600 3,143,000 17,218,000 208,000 - 63,000 563,000 1,987,091,600
South East Balaka 124,608,600 20,493,040 1,996,840 50,497,680 241,800 5,656,800 6,600 203,501,360
Zomba Urban 18,814,750 121,636,000 608,000 2,735,145 - 2,311,615 171,220 146,276,730
Zomba Rural 139,043,700 33,821,500 39,600 116,200 - 2,627,100 - 175,648,100
Blantyre City 74,829,380 141,955,870 - 456,000 83,085 38,205,300 416,190 255,945,825
Blantyre Rural 35,583,950 42,044,600 15,000 80,000 - - - 77,723,550
South West Mwanza 140,180,645 18,532,710 8,105,335 21,500,383 3,635,145 861,420 3,478,610 196,294,248
Chikwawa 3,741,800 102,138,100 151,400 399,400 352,000 52,400 751,000 107,586,100
Nsanje 22,669,610 10,311,588 16,993,877 240,100 379,888 277,164 353,644 51,225,871
Chiradzulu 45,125,200 34,263,500 22,788,000 600,000 - - - 102,776,700
Shire Thyolo 72,062,040 119,905 137,280 751,157,790 - - - 823,477,015
Highlands Mulanje 88,688,450 88,513,680 814,940 634,175 286,470 - 702,600 179,640,315
Phalombe 29,317,900 96,754,000 4,538,440 624,570 1,084,620 - 1,563,860 133,883,390
9,294,091,999 3,116,801,196 1,114,954,288 899,797,674 21,684,234 99,960,944 36,557,655 14,583,847,990
How much Districts demand

for Secondary Education?
Objectives Total Estimates by
Division Quality Access Equity Management Relevance Finance Planning
District District
Chitipa 23,212,700 35,795,370 18,673,500 595,575 114,400 136,805 106,265 78,634,615
Karonga 23,189,956 91,026,416 56,972 1,157,396 549,212 5,656,972 2,750,000 124,386,924
Ruphi 41,710,920 62,914,800 19,309,200 130,560 21,145,800 134,500 108,840 145,454,620
Nkhata Bay 46,282,540 40,820,676 28,752,028 852,736 34,528 124,228 581,208 117,447,944
North
Mzimba North 74,405,200 - 1,202,678,000 370,000 - 225,000 565,760 1,278,243,960
Mzimba South 60,458,250 32,500,000 1,690,000 3,476,000 200,000 60,000 - 98,384,250
Mzuzu City 13,404,200 11,617,040 10,000 - - - 50,000 25,081,240
Likoma 21,654,835 1,485,000 2,575,500 4,211,000 - - 223,600 30,149,935
Kasungu 50,135,000 25,548,970 1,037,500 855,900 - 382,300 283,150 78,242,820
Nkhotakota 3,821,715 11,285,070 72,808,765 68,560 224,150 113,490 - 88,321,750
Central East Ntchisi 1,350,000 7,200,000 720,000 7,610,184 347,376 3,300 1,192,586 18,423,446
Dowa 1,289,020 7,192,740 13,639,400 322,350 614,340 7,500 446,000 23,511,350
Salima - 53,200,000 282,580 117,730 - 1,718,610 104,540 55,423,460
Lilongwe Urban 48,180,900 87,783,182 7,485,530 1,255,350 - 1,664,778 6,598,870 152,968,610
LilongweRural East 10,550,000 75,390,000 28,650,700 2,073,200 - 2,232,000 3,110,525 122,006,425
LilongweRural West 23,097,888 61,842,910 186,625 5,105,170 - 623,760 3,496,620 94,352,973
Central West
Mchinji 2,736,960 78,318,960 2,396,000 1,154,680 - 657,900 413,850 85,678,350
Dedza 17,722,945 43,975,490 16,081,075 10,836,555 16,613,220 - - 105,229,285
Ntcheu 117,638,400 58,590,844 11,557,080 848,518 1,931,585 527,563 - 191,093,990
Mangochi 13,395,000 13,250,000 25,470,000 - 116,400 - - 52,231,400
Machinga 6,344,000 53,000 108,483,000 102,000 199,220 - 50,960 115,232,180
South East Balaka 22,262,707 53,445,000 10,000 30,000 18,093 6,500 188,542 75,960,842
Zomba Urban 16,042,300 7,566,450 10,500,000 2,873,070 10,000,000 30,000,000 - 76,981,820
Zomba Rural 238,700 40,270,500 - 9,600 - 13,162,500 - 53,681,300
Blantyre City - 101,480,000 840,000 - 25,596,000 101,000 430,800 128,447,800
Blantyre Rural 20,071,000 15,900,000 71,440,000 - 25,596,000 - 350,000 133,357,000
South West Mwanza 1,065,325 30,875,919 30,452,250 2,215,605 1,430,550 1,230,600 2,615,230 69,885,479
Chikwawa 4,730,000 43,662,000 6,521,600 328,000 196,000 15,334,000 751,000 71,522,600
Nsanje 24,118,900 19,001,384 20,299,300 - 9,030,900 360,000 53,819 72,864,303
Chiradzulu 35,186,700 52,472,500 3,530,600 153,200 - - - 91,343,000
Thyolo 1,829,780 90,552,940 329,830 635,530 - - - 93,348,080
Shire Highlands
Mulanje 42,772,150 26,063,700 1,210,480 495,580 295,470 - - 70,837,380
Phalombe 24,747,800 3,896,000 4,874,750 - 582,000 - - 34,100,550
793,645,791 1,284,976,861 437,769,565 36,234,882 92,791,304 67,743,501 19,803,342 4,052,829,681
Findings (2)
 Different planning capacities for
financing can be obserbed in 33
districts
 The total estimated budget to
implement DEPs for 2002-05 is
about 18 billion MK
 Funding mechanism is obscure
From Plan to Action
 To establish the Strategic
Funding Committee is highly
suggested.
 Capacity Building for
strengthening the funding system,
mechanism is required at both
national and district levels
 Flexible Funding Approaches
are required.
Thank you !