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The rate of implementation of government actions is estimated at 86.17% during the second half of the 2022/2023 financial year, according to the head of government

ByWebmaster

Oct 3, 2023

BUJUMBURA, October 3rd (ABP) – The Prime Minister, Mr. Gervais Ndirakobuca, presented, on Monday, October 2, 2023, before the two Houses of Parliament meeting in the Kigobe hemicycle, the state of achievements counting for the 2nd and last half of the 2022/2023 financial year.

Mr. Ndirakobuca acknowledged that despite good achievements recorded, some were not. Thus, he said, following unexpected circumstances, certain actions were carried out at a level of less than 50%. In that regard, he indicated that the actions in question concern, among other things, the construction of a 3-storey building home to the services of neonatology, the operating unit, the intensive care unit, hospital rooms of Kayanza hospital. He also cited the construction and equipment of a Northern health district office, the increase of new export directives, and the acquisition of laboratory equipment. Added to this list are the implementation of the rehabilitation and widening works of the RN3 Rumonge-Nyanza-Lac (over 52 km), the updating of the studies for the construction project of the Parliament House and the ministry of relations outside Gitega.

Still explaining in relation to the imperfections in the implementation of the planned actions, he indicated that following unexpected circumstances, other actions were not carried out at all. These include the implementation of the national village planning program, the construction and rehabilitation of school and academic infrastructure/computer equipment, laboratory equipment, the construction and equipment of the Gihosha health center.

Thus, as Mr. Ndirakobuca pointed out, the government carried out the actions it had planned at 86.17% and used 82.17% of the budget allocated to the various actions.