This study is the third in a series of stocktakes of PFM diagnostic tools undertaken by the PEFA Program. The study is intended to be a foundation for discussion and further elaboration in a dialogue between the PEFA secretariat, custodians of other PFM diagnostic tools and other development partners. The aim of this dialogue is to increase knowledge on the capabilities and usefulness of the various tools, individually and collectively.
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