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ADP implementation reaches lowest point in three years from July to April

Government Agencies Fail to Implement Half of Planned Development Works in FY 2023-24: IMED Data

Are you frustrated with the slow pace of development projects in your country? Do you wonder why government agencies seem to struggle to implement their planned works efficiently? Well, you’re not alone. According to recent data from the Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED), government agencies have only achieved 49.26% of their revised Annual Development Programme (RADP) target in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year.

This marks the lowest development project execution in three years for the July-April period, highlighting a concerning trend of underperformance in project implementation. Despite warnings from the Prime Minister and the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC), ministries and agencies have not shown significant improvement in their capacity to execute development projects.

Key ministries and agencies, such as the health division, shipping ministry, Prime Minister’s Office, and Ministry of Housing and Public Works, have particularly struggled to meet their project execution targets. This lack of progress has led to a downward revision of the current fiscal year’s ADP budget, indicating a need for greater efficiency and accountability in project implementation.

It is disappointing to see major government offices consistently falling short of their annual project execution targets, contributing to the persistently low ADP implementation rate. As a concerned citizen, it is important to hold government agencies accountable for their performance and demand greater transparency and effectiveness in the execution of development projects.

If you are passionate about driving positive change and improving the efficiency of government agencies, now is the time to speak up and demand accountability. Together, we can work towards a more effective and responsive government that delivers on its promises for the betterment of our society. Let’s hold our leaders accountable and strive for a brighter future for all.

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