The implementation rate of the Annual Development Programme (ADP) during the July-October period of the current fiscal year (FY18) reached 14.51 percent with an expenditure of Tk 23,815 crore.
The ADP implementation rate during the July-October period of the last fiscal year, however, was 13.60 percent with an overall expenditure of Tk 16,772 crore.
According to the latest statistics provided by the Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED) of the Planning Ministry, of the overall expenditure of Tk 23,815 crore for the July-October period of the current fiscal year, Tk 11,555 crore were spent from the GoB fund with an implementation rate of 12.10 percent, Tk 11,119 crore were spent from project assistance with an implementation rate of 18.40 percent while the rest of Tk 1,142 crore were spent from the organization's own fund with an implementation rate of 14 percent.
The IMED figures showed that out of the overall expenditure of Tk 16,772 crore during the period of the last fiscal year, Tk 10,124 crore were spent from the GoB portion (14.32 percent) followed by expenditure of Tk 4,861 crore (12.15 percent) from project assistance while the rest of the expenditure of Tk 1,788 crore (14.14 percent) from the organization's own fund.
Among the highest allocated top 10 Ministries and Divisions, the Local Government Division made an expenditure of Tk 4,807.95 crore (22.67 percent) during this period followed by Power Division with an expenditure of Tk 8,082.88 crore (35.95 percent), Road Transport and Highways Division with Tk 3,248.77 crore (19.65 percent), Ministry of Railways with an expenditure of Tk 1,026.82 crore (8.29 percent), Bridges Division with an expenditure of Tk 407.52 crore (5.12 percent), Ministry of Primary and Mass Education with Tk 384.30 crore (5.65 percent), Ministry of Housing and Public Works with Tk 577.69 crore (9 percent), Secondary and Higher Education Division with Tk 645.37 crore (11.35 percent), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare with Tk 686.97 crore (9.32 percent) and Ministry of Science and Technology with Tk 21.77 crore (0.21 percent).
During the July-October period, the Cabinet Division achieved the highest implementation rate of 40.14 percent while the Bangladesh Public Service Commission is yet to open their account.
Earlier in May this year, The National Economic Council (NEC) approved a Tk 153,331.25 crore original Annual Development Programme (ADP) for the current fiscal year (FY18) giving highest Tk 18,845.27 crore allocation for the Local Government Division.
The overall size of the ADP, including that of the organisations’ self-financed projects, however reached Tk 164,084.83 crore. Out of the original ADP size, Tk 96,331 crore will come from the local sources while the rest of Tk 57,000 crore from the foreign sources in the form of project assistance. UNB