The implementation progress of the Annual Development Programme (ADP) except for the self-financed projects in the first five months (July-November) of current fiscal (2013-14) was 20 percent as against 25 percent during the same period of the previous fiscal.
According to the Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED), the ADP expenditure during the five-month period except for the self-financed projects was Tk 13,156 crore compared to Tk 13,574 crore during the corresponding period of fiscal 2012-13. The ADP size except for the self-financed projects in the current fiscal (FY14) is Tk 65,872 crore.
In case of the self-financed projects, the implementation rate marked 9 percent with Tk 726 crore spent during July-November of FY14.
Of the total ADP expenditure except for the self-financed projects during the five-month period, the share of project assistance was Tk 4,171 crore (17 percent) as against Tk 4,473 crore (21 percent) during the same period of the previous fiscal (FY13). The share of the local funding was Tk 8,985 crore (22 percent).
About Tk 14,090 crore, 34 percent of the allocation, was released during the July-November period. The size of the overall ADP allocation in the current fiscal is Tk 73,984 crore including Tk 8,112 crore for the self-financed projects.
The IMED figures showed that the Law and Justice Division achieved the highest implementation rate of 45 percent while the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the lowest 0 percent each during the five-month period.
The utilization of top 10 ministries and divisions during the July-November period of fiscal FY14 were Tk 10,347.61 crore in expenditure.
Among the top ministries and divisions, the Local Government Division made the highest expenditure of Tk 3,289.84 crore ( 31 percent) followed by the Power Division Tk 1151.52 crore (13 percent).
Primary and Mass Education Ministry achieved implementation progress of 30 percent (Tk 1576.99 crore); Health and Family Welfare Ministry 17 percent (Tk 589.27 crore); Ministry of Railways 25 percent (Tk 924.18 crore); Roads Division 20 percent (Tk 641.40 crore); Ministry of Education 25 percent (Tk 718.01 crore); and Energy and Mineral Resources Division 17 percent (Tk 778.07 crore).
The implementation status of other ministries and divisions for the July-November period of current fiscal were as follows:
Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (43 percent), Ministry of Religious Affairs (41 percent); Ministries of Science and Technology, and Liberation War Affairs (38 percent each); Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism (37 percent); Ministry of Commerce (36 percent); Rural Development and Cooperatives Division (34 percent); Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, and Economic Relations Division (33 percent each); Ministry of Youth and Sports (31 percent); Ministry of Post and Telecommunication, and Supreme Court (30 percent each).
The revised ADP implementation rate of last fiscal year (2012-13) except for the self-financed projects reached 96 percent as the expenditure totaled Tk 50,026 crore out of the overall ADP allocation of Tk 57,388 crore.
Of the total RADP expenditure of Tk 50,026 crore in the last fiscal, the expenditure from local fund amounted to Tk 33,217 crore, which was two percent higher than the fiscal’s implementation rate.
On the other hand, the expenditure from project assistance totalled Tk 16,809 crore which was 5 percent lower than the fiscal’s implementation rate.
The RADP implementation rate in the 2011-12 fiscal reached 93 percent with expenditure totaling Tk 38,023 crore out of the RADP allocation of Tk 41,080 crore.
ADP implementation goes down than previous FY