Subnational Investment in Human Capital

Delivering on the global commitment to leave no one behind means development thinking must undergo a transformational shift to address inequalities within countries, as well as between countries.

This report, jointly prepared with Development Initiatives, reviews how well public finance is targeted at the subnational level. It covers investment in human capital, spending on health and education, by both government and donors in all of the 82 poorest countries – that is all low- and lower-middle-income countries and least developed countries.


Source: Overseas Development Institute

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