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Contents

Summary
1. GFS Summary
2. Revenue Summary
3. Revenue Monthly
4. Revenue by Province
5. Expenditure Summary
6. Expenditure on Operations
7. Expenditure by Ministry
8. Expenditure by COFOG
9. Expenditure by Province
10. Expenditure by ANDS Sector
11. Financing
1395

3% 2%
9%

7%
4% 46%

13%

11% 5%

Inner Chart is 1394

Overall Revenue Performance to T


500000
450000
Revenue 1395
400000
350000 Revenue 1394
300000
Target 1395
250000
200000
150000
100000
50000
0
Jad Dal Hou Ham Saw Jaw Sar Asa

AFMIS Download: 03 November 2016


Year To Date Spending

Security
Governance, Rule of Law and Human Rights
Infrastructure and Natural Resources
% Education
Health
Agriculture and Rural Development
Social Protection
Economic Governance and Private Sector
Development
Unclassified

rformance to Target Month


120000

100000

80000
1394
60000

40000

20000

0
aw Sar Asa Sun Miz Aqr Qaw Wages G+S Inte

Macro-Fiscal Performance Ge
Domestic Revenue Raised YTD

Afs 91.9 bn
Change on Last Year

29.8%

Month 8 Report

1394 YTD

Expediture Performance YTD

Wages G+S Interest Social Capital


Transfers

acro-Fiscal Performance Gender Directorate (MFPD)


91.9
29.8%
Month 8 Report

1394 Y 1395 YTD


Wages 96391 101688.36
G+S 46094 48397.795
Interest 397.59 343.57373
Social Trans 12738 16674.153
Capital 26919 28699.081

Revenue 1394
Revenue 1395
Target 1395
50000
45000
40000
35000
30000
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Overall Revenue Performance to Target


Afs Millions
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450000
400000
350000
300000
250000
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150000
100000
50000
0
Jad Dal Hou Ham Saw Jaw Sar Asa Sun
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Customs Revenue Performance to Target


Afs Millions
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REVENUE CHARTS
Figures in Millions of Afs

Revenue Analysis
Afs Millions

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

rmance to Target
ons
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Tax Revenue Performance to Target


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Revenue t Revenue t-1

Non-Tax Revenue Performance to Target


Afs Millions
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0
Not including miscellaneous or social security revenue
0

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Not including miscellaneous or social security revenue

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rget 200000

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140000
59
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80000

60000

eous or social security revenue 40000


140000
59
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Sun Miz Aqr Qaw
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Compensa

Top Executing Ministries -

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Ten Largest Ministries - Op

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2
3
4
5
6
7
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EXPENDITURE CH
Figures in Millions of A

Expenditure Performance Each Month

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Current Year Last Year

Expenditure on Operations

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Current Year Last Year

200000
1394 YTD 1395 YT
180000

160000

140000
59.0% 35.8% 35.5%
120000

100000

80000

60000

40000
140000
59.0% 35.8% 35.5%
120000

100000

80000

60000

40000

20000

0
Compensation of Employees Use of Goods and Services Interest

op Executing Ministries - Operational Spending


Rate
Ministry of Finance 75.7%
Ministry of Martyrs, Disabled and Social Affairs 74.2%
General Directorate of National Security 73.5%
Ministry of Commerce 73.1%
National Assembly Wolesi Jirga 70.3%
Office of Disaster Preparedness 69.8%
Ministry of Foreign Affairs 65.5%
Ministry of Energy and Water 63.6%
Geodesy and Cartography Office 63.4%
Science Academy 63.1%

en Largest Ministries - Operational Spending (Execution Rates)


Rate
Ministry of Defence 40.2%
Ministry of Interior 49.9%
Ministry of Education 57.0%
Ministry of Martyrs, Disabled and Social Affairs 74.2%
General Directorate of National Security 73.5%
Ministry of Finance 75.7%
Ministry of Foreign Affairs 65.5%
Ministry of Higher Education 53.8%
Ministry of Public Health 61.8%
Supreme Court 57.3%
Expected Execution 66.7%

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ENDITURE CHARTS
Figures in Millions of Afs

Cumulative Expenditure Performance


500000
450000
400000
350000
300000
250000
200000
150000
100000
50000
0
11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
Current Year Last Year

Expenditure on Development
200000
180000
160000
140000
120000
100000
80000
60000
40000
20000
0
11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Current Year Last Year

1394 YTD 1395 YTD 1395 Budget


Portion of Budget Spent

35.5% 71.9% 22.9%


35.5% 71.9% 22.9%

Interest Social Transfers Gross Acquisition of Nonfinanci


Assets

Top Executing Ministries - Development Spending

1 Ministry of State and Parliamentart Affairs


2 Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development
3 Ministry of Women Affairs
4 Ministry of Urban Development
5 Presidential Protective Service
6 Ministry of Interior
7 Ministry of Agriculture
8 Ministry of Public Health
9 Geodesy and Cartography Office
10 IARCSC

Ten Largest Ministries - Development Spending (Execution Rates)

1 Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development


2 Da Brishna Shirkat
3 Ministry of Public Works
4 Ministry of Public Health
5 Ministry of Agriculture
6 Ministry of Education
7 Ministry of Energy and Water
8 Ministry of Urban Development
9 Ministry of Finance
10 Ministry of Higher Education
Expected Execution
re Performance

7 8 9 10 11 12
Last Year

velopment

7 8 9 10 11 12
Last Year

22.9%
22.9%

oss Acquisition of Nonfinancial


sets

Rate
64.9%
Development 56.9%
50.0%
50.0%
45.4%
40.1%
38.5%
36.6%
35.6%
32.8%

ding (Execution Rates)


Rate
Development 56.9%
21.0%
18.9%
36.6%
38.5%
21.6%
28.2%
50.0%
26.1%
28.5%
66.7%

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Sources and Uses of Funds Table 1394
In millions of Afs Month 8 YTD

Revenue 183199
Tax Revenue 53857
Fixed Taxes 6519
Taxes on Income and Profits 13178
Taxes on Property 560
Taxes on Goods and Services 11538
Taxes on International Trade 19448
Other Taxes 2615
Grants 112422
Foreign Governments 112422
International Organisation 0
Other Revenue 14185
Property Income 1390
Sales of Goods and Services 2166
Fines & Penalties 8485
Extractive Industry - Royalties & Fees 513
Others 1631
Social Contributions 2735

Expenditure 155621
Compensation of Employees 96391
Uses of Goods and Services 46094
Consumption of Fixed Capital 0
Interest 398
Subsidies 597
Grants 119
Social Benefits 12022
Other Expense 0

Net Operating Balance 27578

Net Acquistion of Non-Financial Assets 26899


Fixed Assets 26662
Acquisition of Fixed Assets 26682
Sale of Fixed Assets (-) -20
Change in Inventories 0
Valuables 0
Non-Produced Assets 236

Net Lending/Borrowing 679

Transactions in Financial Assets -679


Net Acquisition of Financial Assets -223
Domestic -223
Foreign 0
Net Incurrence of Liabilities -456
Domestic -562
Foreign 106

Discrepancy 0
1394 1395 Growth
Month 8 Budget Month 8 YTD Month 8 Month

16819 429938 216650 9314 -44.6%


6735 99210 62730 8028 19.2%
859 13585 6724 880 2.4%
1951 21870 15502 2318 18.8%
53 915 270 29 -44.2%
956 26772 18182 2153 125.3%
2662 30004 19181 2254 -15.3%
254 6065 2872 394 54.9%
7601 297233 124790 7928 4.3%
7601 124790 7928 4.3%
0 0 0 -
2163 28903 26305 -6964 -421.9%
95 2582 1137 351 267.9%
300 5348 4067 836 179.1%
1658 18150 16219 2184 31.7%
41 1795 781 28 -30.9%
69 1029 4102 -10364 -15063.1%
320 4591 2825 322 0.7%

21463 308679 167104 21457 0.0%


12586 172357 101688 11917 -5.3%
6571 135355 48398 6438 -2.0%
0 0 0 0 -
21 967 344 50 140.3%
0 0 1050 0 -
11 0 147 15 45.6%
2274 0 15477 3036 33.5%
0 0 0 0 -

-4644 121259 49546 -12143 161.5%

4152 125478 27606 7580 82.5%


4144 27049 7563 82.5%
4145 28142 7564 82.5%
-1 -1093 -1 10.5%
0 0 0 -
0 1 0 -
8 556 17 100.3%

-8796 -4220 21940 -19723 124.2%

8796 4220 -34338 7325 -16.7%


8090 -34506 7326 -9.4%
8090 -34506 7326 -9.4%
0 0 0 -
706 168 0 -100.0%
752 378 -74 -109.8%
-46 -210 74 -260.3%

0 0 -12398 -12398 -
Growth Overview:
YTD
This sheet overviews the whole financial
18% operations of the Government, and how they
were paid for.
16%
3% Notes:
18%
-52% - On year to data, collections from property
58% taxes has fallen as a result of reduced business
-1% activity during the year.
10% - Collection from Sales taxes have increased,
11% reflecting an improvement in retail activity from
11% the low base last year.
- - Similarly, collection from taxes on goods and
85% services has increased, due to more revenue
collection.
-18%
- The balance is positive in month 8 reflecting
88% more revenue collection. than spending.
91% Glossary:
52%
151% YTD: Year to Date, the total collection since the
3% start of the year, up to the current point.

Net Operating Balance: revenues minus non-


7% capital expenditures (noted in this table as just
5% expenditures)
5%
- Net Lending/Borrowing: the net operating
-14% balance, minus net acquisition of non-financial
assets
76%
24%
29%
-

80%

3%
1%
5%
5427%
-
-
135%

3131%

4956%
15352%
15352%
-
-137%
-167%
-298%

-
Afs Millions 1394 1395
Month 8 YTD

Total Revenues 183198.6 216650.0


Domestic Revenues 70777.0 91860.5

Tax Revenues 53857.4 62730.1


Fixed Taxes 6519.2 6723.6
Income Taxes 13178.0 15502.2
Property Taxes 559.5 270.0
Sales Taxes 11537.6 18181.5
Other Taxes 2614.9 2872.1
Tax Penalties and Fines 0.0 0.0
Customs Duty, Import Taxes 19448.2 19180.6

Non Tax Revenue 16919.6 29130.4


Income from Capital Property 1389.7 1136.7
Sales of Goods and Services 2165.8 4067.3
Administrative Fees 7960.1 15468.7
Royalties 115.0 119.0
Non Tax Fines and Penalties 524.8 750.1
Extractive Industry 397.8 661.8
Miscellaneous Revenue 1631.3 4101.7
Social Contributions 2734.9 2825.0

Grants 112421.6 124789.5


Foreign Governments 112421.6 124789.5
Foreign Governments - Current 83298.4 91168.7
Foreign Governments - Capital 29123.2 33620.8
International Organisation 0.0 0.0
International Organisation - Current 0.0 0.0
International Organisation - Capital 0.0 0.0
Other Government Units 0.0 0.0
Other Government Units - Current 0.0 0.0
Other Government Units - Capital 0.0 0.0
Source: Ministry of Finance, Fiscal Policy Directorate and AFMIS

Memorandum Items
Income from Sale of Assets 19.8 1093.5
Income from Loans from I.O.s 427.0 238.3
Income from Loans from Foreign Govt. 0.0 0.0
Income from Domestic Loans 0.0 0.0
1394 1395 1395 1395 Difference Y-o-Y
Month 8 Budget YTD Target from Target YTD

16819.3 9314.1 429937.8 38305.1 -75.7% 18.3%


9218.1 1385.7 132704.6 11058.7 -87.5% 29.8%

6734.9 8028.1 99210.1 8267.5 -2.9% 16.5%


859.1 879.7 13584.8 1132.1 -22.3% 3.1%
1951.3 2318.4 21869.7 1822.5 27.2% 17.6%
52.6 29.3 915.1 76.3 -61.5% -51.7%
955.8 2153.2 26771.6 2231.0 -3.5% 57.6%
254.3 393.9 6064.9 505.4 -22.1% 9.8%
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 - -
2661.9 2253.5 30003.9 2500.3 -9.9% -1.4%

2483.2 -6642.3 33494.6 2791.2 -338.0% 72.2%


95.4 351.2 2582.3 215.2 63.2% -18.2%
299.5 836.2 5347.9 445.7 87.6% 87.8%
1595.4 2138.6 16921.4 1410.1 51.7% 94.3%
6.2 8.9 676.6 56.4 -84.2% 3.4%
62.8 45.3 1228.4 102.4 -55.8% 42.9%
34.7 19.4 1118.1 93.2 -79.2% 66.4%
69.3 -10364.0 1028.6 85.7 -12190.8% 151.4%
319.8 322.2 4591.3 382.6 -15.8% 3.3%

7601.2 7928.4 297233.2 27246.4 -0.7 11.0%


7601.2 7928.4 11.0%
4694.6 2011.0 9.4%
2906.6 5917.3 15.4%
0.0 0.0 -
0.0 0.0 -
0.0 0.0 -
0.0 0.0 -
0.0 0.0 -
0.0 0.0 -

1.0 1.1
0.0 139.7
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
Y-o-Y Overview:
Month This sheet shows the Summary of the Revenue collection by all
major categories of revenue.
-45%
Notes:
-85%
Revenue for the month has:
19%
2% - Major growing line: Administrative fees, salese taxes, followed
19% by income taxes, sales of goods and services.
- Major falling line: Property taxes, income from capital property
-44%
have fallen down. However ,classifying the large miscellanious
125% revenue may change various revenue categories's compositon.
55%
- Glossary:
-15%
Domestic Revenues: the total revenues collected by the
Government, without including donor support.
-367%
268% Y-O-Y: Year-on-Year, the growth in something on last year.
179%
34% Grants: Funds received from donors. Often the money can only be
44% spent on a certain project or activities, but sometimes can be spent
-28% at the discretion of the recipient Government
-44%
-15063%
1%

4%
4%
-57%
104%
-
-
-
-
-
-
by all

followed

property
ious
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n only be
be spent
Year: 1394 1394
Month: 1 2

Total Revenues 31940.7 10327.6


Domestic Revenues 7921.7 7514.3

Tax Revenues 6345.6 5608.7


Fixed Taxes 725.5 792.9
Income Taxes 1189.3 1408.2
Property Taxes 73.6 64.4
Sales Taxes 2048.9 875.6
Other Taxes 189.3 156.1
Tax Penalties and Fines
Customs Duty, Import Taxes 2119.1 2311.4

Non Tax Revenue 1576.0 1905.7


Income from Capital Property 96.6 115.2
Sales of Goods and Services 523.1 187.9
Administrative Fees 701.2 945.4
Royalties 49.1 21.5
Non Tax Fines and Penalties 29.4 104.1
Extractive Industry 16.3 119.3
Miscellaneous Revenue 155.2 71.7
Social Contributions 5.2 340.5

Grants 24019.0 2813.3


Foreign Governments 24019.0 2813.3
Foreign Governments - Current 22183.0 571.3
Foreign Governments - Capital 1836.0 2242.1
International Organisation
International Organisation - Current
International Organisation - Capital
Other Government Units
Other Government Units - Current
Other Government Units - Capital

Source: Ministry of Finance, Fiscal Policy Directorate and AFMIS


1394 1394 1394 1394 1394
3 4 5 6 7

28989.8 24551.8 24668.9 27572.1 18328.4


8893.0 10290.8 9168.4 8681.1 9089.7

6949.7 7887.1 7030.5 6090.0 7210.9


888.1 834.3 930.6 778.3 710.3
1888.4 1820.7 1794.2 1411.7 1714.3
94.7 65.3 76.3 77.1 55.6
1167.8 2182.5 1107.6 922.8 2276.6
454.9 443.4 428.8 428.2 259.9

2455.9 2540.8 2693.2 2471.8 2194.1

1943.3 2403.7 2137.8 2591.1 1878.8


88.6 369.2 88.6 92.1 444.1
253.5 293.8 238.1 203.6 166.2
851.0 1030.1 1167.2 1004.1 665.8
14.8 6.3 7.5 5.6 4.1
80.1 104.5 54.6 50.4 38.9
20.0 26.9 83.4 45.5 51.7
92.1 143.4 104.2 912.6 82.7
543.2 429.4 394.3 277.1 425.4

20096.8 14261.0 15500.5 18891.0 9238.8


20096.8 14261.0 15500.5 18891.0 9238.8
15993.4 10273.8 13400.8 11561.9 4619.6
4103.4 3987.2 2099.7 7329.1 4619.2
1394 1395 1395 1395 1395
8 1 2 3 4

16819.3 32490.2 15217.3 26708.1 28347.8


9218.1 10454.5 10169.2 11619.6 11813.8

6734.9 7888.0 7153.9 8051.9 8962.4


859.1 806.0 859.0 963.3 807.6
1951.3 1402.7 1620.9 1947.3 2080.6
52.6 54.9 42.0 33.8 29.3
955.8 2957.3 1916.0 1899.0 3133.5
254.3 155.3 169.1 502.9 391.3

2661.9 2511.9 2546.9 2705.7 2520.1

2483.2 2566.4 3015.3 3567.7 2851.4


95.4 120.0 103.6 108.1 108.2
299.5 282.7 550.1 595.6 261.0
1595.4 1920.9 1760.6 2226.2 1786.3
6.2 8.4 28.1 13.8 37.9
62.8 115.9 58.0 80.9 83.1
34.7 25.6 4.4 27.6 26.0
69.3 64.0 129.1 66.3 73.5
319.8 29.0 381.3 449.2 475.4

7601.2 22035.8 5048.1 15088.5 16533.9


7601.2 22035.8 5048.1 15088.5 16533.9
4694.6 18758.2 2418.1 10829.7 12436.1
2906.6 3277.5 2630.0 4258.8 4097.8
1395 1395 1395 1395
5 6 7 8

37855.1 45552.8 21164.6 9314.1


11468.8 23424.8 11524.0 1385.7

7561.9 7123.4 7960.5 8028.1


827.9 813.1 767.2 879.7
1764.4 1793.3 2574.6 2318.4
32.2 28.7 19.8 29.3
1955.7 1773.7 2393.0 2153.2
570.1 429.1 260.3 393.9

2411.6 2285.4 1945.5 2253.5

3907.0 16301.4 3563.5 -6642.3


99.5 144.2 101.9 351.2
285.1 1016.3 240.3 836.2
2428.6 1713.1 1494.4 2138.6
6.6 7.2 8.1 8.9
96.1 127.6 143.3 45.3
20.6 2.3 535.9 19.4
558.1 12937.8 637.0 -10364.0
412.4 352.9 402.7 322.2

26386.2 22128.0 9640.6 7928.4


26386.2 22128.0 9640.6 7928.4
20569.1 18064.3 6082.1 2011.0
5817.1 4063.7 3558.5 5917.3
1394 1395 1395 1394 1395
Month 8 YTD Month 7 Month 8
Kabul 1839.2 1764.8 157.3 216.6 210.1
Kapisa 121.7 111.5 16.1 13.9 16.5
Parwan 143.4 182.9 28.2 24.3 24.6
Wardak 118.3 141.5 16.5 14.2 19.7
Logar 103.0 160.3 75.8 13.0 15.0
Nangarhar 8378.6 8994.1 1098.5 1098.0 1226.7
Laghman 119.5 139.8 17.8 13.9 21.1
Pangsher 74.2 62.1 7.2 7.1 8.5
Baghlan 190.2 210.9 31.8 19.7 29.3
Bamyan 67.4 88.8 14.5 10.2 12.0
Ghazni 253.0 256.5 28.2 26.9 32.0
Paktika 311.4 175.1 19.1 29.9 13.1
Paktiya 881.0 840.0 99.2 109.3 119.2
Khost 451.3 394.4 19.6 63.0 18.8
Kunar 137.9 130.9 13.7 16.6 19.7
Nuristan 30.8 28.8 3.0 6.3 5.8
Badakhshan 162.8 217.5 24.3 8.3 33.7
Takhar 241.2 227.9 33.6 25.9 34.9
Kunduz 422.5 486.5 42.7 63.6 66.9
Samangan 90.9 105.1 19.0 11.4 15.4
Balkh 4803.8 7765.9 878.8 510.5 890.9
Saripul 79.9 97.2 13.6 9.5 19.2
Ghor 79.5 98.7 16.5 10.8 10.9
Dikondy 44.9 69.9 14.9 2.4 13.0
Uruzgan 48.8 35.8 4.3 2.7 8.1
Zabul 46.1 55.7 8.9 5.0 7.2
Kandahar 3064.3 4243.5 533.8 346.8 561.8
Jawzjan 162.3 180.0 19.8 18.3 28.4
Faryab 1123.0 1031.8 121.7 96.9 144.7
Helmand 352.3 393.5 89.4 13.4 41.8
Badghis 62.6 72.1 10.4 12.7 10.2
Herat 10355.7 12695.4 1512.3 1433.7 1636.7
Farah 2531.6 3011.1 286.8 348.0 373.8
Nimroz 5124.4 7395.3 547.1 816.1 861.6
Central Ministries 28759.2 52392.7 5699.7 3799.5 7232.1
Offshore Payments 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL 70777.0 104258.3 11524.0 9218.1 13783.6
1395 YTD % % Growth Month Overview:
Target Target M-o-M Y-o-Y
2852.1 61.9% 33.6% -3.0% This sheet shows the revenue collected by each
provinces, and the central Ministries.
135.2 82.5% 2.5% 18.8%
251.8 72.6% -12.9% 1.3%
198.1 71.4% 19.6% 39.4% Notes:
160.0 100.2% -80.2% 15.3%
13451.8 66.9% 11.7% 11.7% - Typically those on the border will have higher c
166.4 84.0% 18.7% 51.7% customs revenue generated there.
86.6 71.7% 17.8% 20.3%
Glossary:
328.8 64.1% -7.7% 49.0%
117.8 75.4% -17.0% 17.8% Province: Afghanistan is broken down into 34 p
332.2 77.2% 13.4% 18.9% provinces are the primary administrative divisio
181.5 96.4% -31.2% -56.1%
794.7 105.7% 20.2% 9.0% M-o-M: Month on Month - the change since the
1398.7 28.2% -4.1% -70.1%
Y-o-Y: Year on Year - the change since the same
394.5 33.2% 44.3% 18.7%
46.2 62.4% 90.2% -8.4%
333.6 65.2% 39.0% 305.0%
352.0 64.7% 4.0% 34.8%
1485.1 32.8% 56.7% 5.3%
126.9 82.8% -18.7% 35.8%
11020.6 70.5% 1.4% 74.5%
101.7 95.5% 41.6% 103.2%
164.5 60.0% -34.0% 1.0%
79.1 88.3% -12.8% 450.1%
79.5 45.0% 89.5% 198.0%
119.3 46.7% -19.5% 44.7%
3291.4 128.9% 5.2% 62.0%
275.9 65.3% 43.5% 54.9%
4994.2 20.7% 18.9% 49.4%
714.2 55.1% -53.3% 212.1%
100.3 71.9% -2.5% -19.6%
21449.6 59.2% 8.2% 14.2%
2304.6 130.7% 30.3% 7.4%
6153.1 120.2% 57.5% 5.6%
58662.7 89.3% 26.9% 90.3%
0.0 - - -
132704.6 78.6% 19.6% 49.5%
venue collected by each of the 34
al Ministries.

border will have higher collection given the


ated there.

s broken down into 34 provinces, these


ry administrative divisions for the country.

h - the change since the last month.

change since the same month last year.


Afs Millions 1394
Month 8 YTD
Total Gross Expenditure 182539.3
o/w Contingency Funds
Total Net Expenditures 182519.5

Compensation of Employees 96391.2


of which operating budget 96391.198
Wages and Salaries 92178.0
Wages and Salaries in Cash 80469.4
Wages and Salaries in Kind 11462.6
Wages and Salary Advance 246.0
Social Benefits 1054.4
Social Benefits - in Cash 1054.4
Social Benefits - in Kind 0.0
Return of Salaries -193.2
Other Compensation 3351.9

Use of Goods and Services 46094.4


of which operating budget 26471.0
Travel 1330.9
Communications 1950.7
Contracted Services 14074.1
Repairs and Maintenance 4896.3
Utilities 2662.7
Fuel 11232.7
Other Use of Goods and Services 9946.8
Tools and materials (< 50,000) 3221.5
Other Expenses 1901.4
Advances and Return of Expenditure 4823.9

Interest 397.6
To Non-Residents 397.6

Social Transfers 12737.6


Subsidies 596.7
Grants to Government Units & Other organisations 118.9
Grants to Foreign Government - Current 0.0
Grants to Foreign Government - Capital 118.9
Grants to other Government Units - Current 0.0
Grants to other Government Units - Capital 0.0
Social Security 11871.9
Other Social Transfers 150.1
Social Assistance 0.1
Advance Subsides, Grants 150.0
Gross Acquisition of Nonfinancial Assets 26918.5
of which operating budget 3188.6
Net Acquisition of Nonfinancial Assets 26898.7
Sale of Land and Buildings -19.8
Buildings and Structures 18316.9
Machinery / Equipment (>50,000) 4837.4
Valuables 0.0
Land 236.3
Capital Advance Payments 3527.9

Memorandum Items
Contingency Funds

Source: Ministry of Finance, Fiscal Policy Directorate and AFMIS


1395 1395 1394 1395 1395 YTD %
Month 8 YTD Month 7 Month 8 Budget Budget
195803.0 32976.6 25616.1 29038.5 467809.2 41.9%
10452.8
194709.5 32976.3 25615.1 29037.4

101688.4 17194.3 12586.1 11917.5 172356.9 59.0%


101688.4 15109.329 12586.056 11917.493 172356.9 59.0%
96526.7 16435.9 12047.2 11221.6
82848.7 13671.9 9890.7 9450.4
13500.2 2704.5 2156.5 1736.8
177.7 59.4 0.0 34.3
1832.9 234.1 139.4 281.4
1832.9 234.1 139.4 281.4
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
-169.1 -26.7 -40.4 -37.0
3498.0 551.0 439.8 451.5

48397.8 8609.7 6571.4 6438.4 135354.8 35.8%


27652.2 6603.6 4464.7 3204.2 80621.5 34.3%
1659.0 286.4 121.2 174.7
1697.2 342.2 264.1 326.9
14433.0 2056.9 1215.9 2435.1
2834.7 390.5 2030.4 586.4
2316.7 275.4 592.4 327.5
14468.4 3101.1 880.3 1050.5
10988.8 2157.2 1467.2 1537.3
1941.5 377.6 592.5 475.1
2906.9 1194.8 233.5 201.5
6140.4 584.7 641.1 860.7

343.6 101.2 21.0 50.4 967.2 35.5%


343.6 101.2 21.0 50.4

16674.2 2973.4 2284.4 3051.1 23199.0 71.9%


1050.0 350.0 0.0 0.0
147.1 28.2 10.6 15.5
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
128.6 27.1 10.6 8.7
18.6 1.2 0.0 6.8
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
14710.5 2361.2 2273.8 2991.0
766.5 234.0 0.0 44.6
8.9 2.0 0.0 0.6
757.6 232.0 0.0 44.0
28699.1 4098.0 4153.3 7581.0 125478.4 22.9%
2356.9 735.0 1246.2 856.6 12015.8 19.6%
27605.6 4097.7 4152.3 7579.9
-1093.5 -0.3 -1.0 -1.1
17147.6 3070.1 3336.3 3859.6
7212.2 755.9 726.6 2155.2
0.8 0.0 0.0 0.1
556.2 69.8 8.3 16.6
3782.3 202.2 82.2 1549.5

10452.8
Overview:

This sheet shows the expenditure by economic classification, showing how much the
Government spends on items like salaries, travel, buildings etc.

Notes:

- Expenditure on salaries has slightly increased on YTD on last year, while on


monthly basis it has shortly fallen .

- Likewise other elements of expenditure including: communications, repairs and


maintenance, and utilities have fallen; however the costs for fuel have risen on the
same period last year, despite falls in prices.

Glossary:

Total Gross Expenditure: the total expenditures including interest payments .

Core Budget: The operating budget plus the development budget

Recurrent Expenditure: Expenditure that is ongoing rather than one off, and does
not result in the acquisition of a fixed asset. For example payments for electricity or
fuel, the payment for salaries etc. Often equated with the operating budget, however
development budget spending contains recurrent items and vice versa

Acquisition of Non-Financial Assets: Spending on a capital asset, for example a


tractor or irrigation pump (also called Capital Expenditure)

Compensation of Employees: The total remuneration, in cash or kind, payable to


an employee for work done during the accounting period. It consists of wages,
salaries, and social contributions made on behalf of employees to social insurance
schemes. Excluded are amounts paid to contractors, self-employed outworkers, and
other workers who are not employees.

Goods and Services: Expenditure items such as electricity costs, maintenance and
repair, consultancy services and items with a purchase value below Afs 50,000

Subsidies: Payments made to State Owned Enterprises to help them cover their
costs

Transfers: Payments to a person or organization for which no service is received, for


which pension payments and subsidies

Interest Payments: The interest paid on outstanding loans

Contingency Funds: Items listed in the operating and development budgets that
may require funding. Throughout the year, funding from contingency reserve items
may be allocated to the budgets of budgetary units during the year (increasing their
original budget)
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Afs Millions 1394 1395
Month 8 YTD
Total Gross Expenditure 139185.9 148360.6
Total Net Expenditures 139166.1 147267.2

Compensation of Employees 96391.2 101688.4


Wages and Salaries 92178.0 96526.7
Wages and Salaries in Cash 80469.4 82848.7
Wages and Salaries in Kind 11462.6 13500.2
Wages and Salary Advance 246.0 177.7
Social Benefits 1054.4 1832.9
Social Benefits - in Cash 1054.4 1832.9
Social Benefits - in Kind 0.0 0.0
Return of Salaries -193.2 -169.1
Other Compensation 3351.9 3498.0

Use of Goods and Services 26471.0 27652.2


Travel 1184.8 1361.7
Communications 1950.7 1697.2
Contracted Services 550.4 889.6
Repairs and Maintenance 4896.3 2834.7
Utilities 2662.7 2316.7
Fuel 11191.7 14418.9
Other Use of Goods and Services 4034.2 4133.3
Tools and materials (< 50,000) 2111.2 1191.2
Other Expenses 1644.3 2439.9
Advances and Return of Expenditure 278.7 502.2

Interest 397.6 343.6


To Non-Residents 397.6 343.6

Social Transfers 12737.6 16319.6


Subsidies 596.7 1050.0
Grants to Government Units & Other organisations 118.9 147.1
Grants to Foreign Government - Current 0.0 0.0
Grants to Foreign Government - Capital 118.9 128.6
Grants to other Government Units - Current 0.0 18.6
Grants to other Government Units - Capital 0.0 0.0
Social Security 11871.9 14710.5
Other Social Transfers 150.1 412.0
Social Assistance 0.1 8.9
Advance Subsides, Grants 150.0 403.1

Gross Acquisition of Nonfinancial Assets 3188.6 2356.9


Net Acquisition of Nonfinancial Assets 3168.8 1263.4
Sale of Land and Buildings -19.8 -1093.5
Buildings and Structures 1799.8 1546.4
Machinery / Equipment (>50,000) 1156.0 545.3
Valuables 0.0 0.6
Land 230.1 261.8
Capital Advance Payments 2.7 2.7
Source: Ministry of Finance, Fiscal Policy Directorate and AFMIS
1395 1394 1395 1395 % YTD % Growth Month
Month 7 Month 8 Budget Budget M-o-M Y-o-Y
24449.2 20602.4 19046.5 287743.1 51.6% -22.1% -7.6%
24447.8 20601.4 19045.4 -22.1% -7.6%

15109.3 12586.1 11917.5 172356.9 59.0% -21.1% -5.3%


14283.1 12047.2 11221.6 -21.4% -6.9%
12502.9 9890.7 9450.4 -24.4% -4.5%
1770.7 2156.5 1736.8 -1.9% -19.5%
9.5 0.0 34.3 260% 85719%
290.5 139.4 281.4 -3.1% 101.9%
290.5 139.4 281.4 -3.1% 101.9%
0.0 0.0 0.0 - -
-21.4 -40.4 -37.0 72.8% -8.5%
557.1 439.8 451.5 -19.0% 2.6%

6603.6 4464.7 3204.2 80621.5 34.3% -51.5% -28.2%


251.4 108.2 137.9 -45.2% 27.4%
319.8 264.1 326.9 2.2% 23.8%
96.5 101.5 158.0 63.7% 55.7%
1247.0 2030.4 586.4 -53.0% -71.1%
626.5 592.4 327.5 -47.7% -44.7%
2845.0 875.0 1036.2 -63.6% 18.4%
1217.4 493.1 631.3 -48.1% 28.0%
1080.6 350.9 374.9 -65.3% 6.8%
122.9 140.3 174.7 42.1% 24.5%
13.9 1.8 81.7 489.0% 4368.4%

1.4 21.0 50.4 967.2 35.5% 3616.1% 140.3%


1.4 21.0 50.4 3616.1% 140.3%

1999.8 2284.4 3017.8 21781.6 74.9% 50.9% 32.1%


250.0 0.0 0.0 -100.0% -
10.2 10.6 15.5 52.3% 45.6%
0.0 0.0 0.0 - -
10.2 10.6 8.7 -14.2% -18.0%
0.0 0.0 6.8 - -
0.0 0.0 0.0 - -
1739.6 2273.8 2991.0 71.9% 31.5%
0.1 0.0 11.3 11200.0% -
0.1 0.0 0.6 500.0% -
0.0 0.0 10.7 - -

735.0 1246.2 856.6 12015.8 19.6% 16.5% -31.3%


733.6 1245.2 855.4 16.6% -31.3%
-1.4 -1.0 -1.1 -21.1% 10.5%
430.4 808.4 504.2 17.1% -37.6%
226.3 430.8 334.4 47.8% -22.4%
0.0 0.0 0.1 - -
78.2 6.8 16.5 -78.9% 143.7%
0.1 0.2 1.3 1177.8% 511%
Overview:
This sheet shows the overview of operating expenditure by type, this is
only expenditure that occurs under the operating budget.

Notes:

- Tools and materials costs less than Afs 50,000 are classified as a Goods
and Services, not a capital, expenditure.

- Operations expenditure is mainly composed of salaries, which to date


have made up 68.5% of operating expenditure.

Glossary:

Total Gross Expenditure: the total expenditures including interest


payments

Operating Budget: the Government budget is split into operating and


development. Operating is the expenditure not targeted towards
particular development projects under the NPPs.

Development Budget: The Government budget for development


projects implemented by Government agencies. It contains recurrent and
capital expenditure in Afghanistan. These projects are mainly donor
funded. The Development Budget is sometimes referred to as the Capital
Budget in other countries
COA

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## 57
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## 45
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## 25
## 62
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## 31
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## 17
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## 74
## 67

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77
Total Expenditures

Ministry of Interior
Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Presidential Protective Service
General Directorate of National Security
Total Security

Presidents Office
National Assembly Meshanro Jirga
National Assembly Wolesi Jirga
Supreme Court
Ministry of Justice
Administrative Affairs
Ministry of State and Parliamentart Affairs
Ministry of Haj and Religious Affairs
Attorney General
Election Commission
IARCSC
Independent Commission for Overseeing the Implementation of Constitution
Independent Board of new Kabul
Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission
The High office of Oversight and Anti Corruption
Independent Directorate of Local Governance
Total Governance, Rule of Law and Human Rights

Ministry of Public Works


Ministry of Transport and Aviation
Ministry of Communication
Ministry of Energy and Water
Water Supply and Canalization Corporation
Da Brishna Shirkat
Ministry of Urban Development
Independent Board of new Kabul
Ministry of Mines and Industries
Geodesy and Cartography Office
Directorate of Environment
Afghanistan High Atomic Energy Commission
Municipalities
Total Infrastructure and Natural Resources

Ministry of Education
Ministry of Higher Education
Ministry of Information and Culture
Science Academy
National Olympic Committee
Total Education

Ministry of Public Health


Total Health

Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Counter Narcotics
Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development
Total Agriculture and Rural Development

Ministry of Frontiers and Tribal Affairs


Ministry of Martyrs, Disabled and Social Affairs
Ministry of Refugees and Repatriates
Ministry of Women Affairs
Office of Disaster Preparedness
Directorate of Kochis
Total Social Protection

Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Commerce
Ministry of Economy
Control and Audit Office
Central Statistics Office
Afghanistan National Standard Authority
Total Economic Governance and Private Sector Development

Afghanistan Investment Support Agency


Micro Finance Investment Support Facility for Afghanistan
Unallocated Reserves
Unspecified
Total Unclassified
1394 1395 1394 1395 1395 % YTD
Month 8 YTD Month 8 Budget Budget
182808.3 196280.6 25653.4 29103.9 467809.2 42.0%
180091.9 192602.6 25387.5 28626.8 449523.4
38532.7 37424.8 4910.2 4798.8 75088.1 49.8%
34999.7 38861.3 6589.8 4627.9 96682.2 40.2%
2121.8 2915.1 319.3 634.3 5001.4 58.3%
689.8 899.1 88.8 108.9 1619.8 55.5%
8966.2 9321.9 2026.2 1.1 12809.0 72.8%
85310.2 89422.2 13934.3 10171.1 191200.6 46.8%

360.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -


359.1 304.1 15.2 41.8 522.9 58.2%
973.3 1044.1 27.9 63.2 1512.6 69.0%
2075.9 1977.7 261.0 189.6 3605.1 54.9%
469.2 475.0 46.4 127.9 1001.2 47.4%
2252.0 2506.0 252.6 239.0 4983.4 50.3%
74.3 104.9 21.7 8.2 170.0 61.7%
630.7 583.2 61.6 87.3 1306.3 44.6%
768.6 744.5 100.0 109.2 1432.8 52.0%
83.1 120.3 12.1 17.8 215.4 55.9%
271.2 262.4 32.5 30.3 519.3 50.5%
68.1 -
61.7 53.8 4.5 0.3 3779.5 1.4%
104.6 -
113.1 91.7 7.3 9.3 202.4 45.3%
1573.8 1581.7 155.2 239.7 3557.3 44.5%
10066.8 9849.5 998.1 1163.7 22980.9 42.9%

7704.8 8031.9 955.9 1249.2 36578.4 22.0%


156.1 157.0 19.5 18.0 387.6 40.5%
423.1 527.4 43.7 83.3 2428.5 21.7%
2661.1 2515.3 814.3 231.1 8205.6 30.7%
499.9 -
4573.1 6922.7 448.4 1892.3 33019.6 21.0%
568.5 1907.8 33.1 1174.4 3811.7 50.1%
739.5 -
1026.6 915.1 180.7 84.3 5076.2 18.0%
91.9 101.1 12.6 11.3 179.1 56.5%
142.5 122.9 17.2 18.0 270.3 45.5%
19.1 21.4 3.3 2.9 46.2 46.4%
570.4 739.2 100.8 144.1 0.0 -
17937.2 21961.9 2629.6 4909.0 91242.7 24.1%

21614.8 21180.7 2449.6 3233.8 46461.8 45.6%


3988.1 3738.4 516.4 690.0 8605.3 43.4%
364.0 342.1 32.5 51.8 874.3 39.1%
128.2 129.1 14.9 20.0 222.8 57.9%
233.0 108.9 42.8 23.6 578.5 18.8%
26328.1 25499.2 3056.3 4019.2 56742.6 44.9%

6888.4 8393.5 368.4 1198.2 20517.0 40.9%


6888.4 8393.5 368.4 1198.2 20517.0 40.9%

3346.2 4104.2 542.1 488.5 9937.1 41.3%


556.1 456.1 154.5 83.1 1929.4 23.6%
11011.6 9641.7 908.1 2711.3 16945.7 56.9%
14913.9 14201.9 1604.7 3282.9 28812.3 49.3%

267.8 255.7 37.2 41.0 612.5 41.7%


12201.7 15696.7 2221.0 3121.3 22000.9 71.3%
142.0 160.1 20.9 25.9 594.9 26.9%
127.6 133.9 15.3 16.6 237.1 56.5%
295.1 530.5 10.9 15.9 780.1 68.0%
45.1 54.7 4.4 11.3 174.1 31.4%
13079.2 16831.5 2309.6 3231.8 24399.6 69.0%

3937.8 4803.3 341.3 488.1 9285.4 51.7%


720.6 718.2 79.5 38.9 1117.0 64.3%
242.0 222.4 28.2 39.3 571.4 38.9%
228.9 198.3 16.3 32.8 838.6 23.6%
109.6 98.4 14.6 13.4 239.9 41.0%
71.9 47.7 6.6 5.0 277.1 17.2%
5310.8 6088.3 486.5 617.6 12329.5 49.4%

0.0 -
257.3 354.5 0.0 33.3 1298.2 27.3%
0.0 -
2716.4 3678.0 265.8 477.1 18285.8 20.1%
2973.7 4032.6 265.8 510.4 19584.0 20.6%
% Change Overview:
YTD Month This sheet shows the expenditure that is undertaken by
7.4% 13.5% each Ministry, so you can see how much each Ministry
was budgeted, and how much they have managed to
spend to date.
-2.9% -2.3%
11.0% -29.8% Notes:
37.4% 98.7%
30.3% 22.5% - Spedning on Security sector has increased in yearly
4.0% -99.9% expenditure, this is due more spending by Minisry of
defence, and GDNS.
4.8% -27.0%
- A large increase in expenditure on infrastructure
-100.0% - reflects the priority the Government is placing on this
-15.3% 175.1% investment.
7.3% 126.8%
-4.7% -27.4% Glossary:
1.2% 175.5%
Total Gross Expenditure: the total expenditures
11.3% -5.4% including interest payments
41.3% -62.4%
-7.5% 41.8% Operating Budget: the Government budget is split
-3.1% 9.2% into operating and development. Operating is the
44.8% 47.3% expenditure not targeted towards particular
development projects under the NPPs.
-3.3% -6.8%
- -
-12.8% -92.5%
- -
-18.9% 27.4%
0.5% 54.4%
-2.2% 16.6%

4.2% 30.7%
0.6% -7.4%
24.7% 90.5%
-5.5% -71.6%
- -
51.4% 322.0%
235.6% 3452.9%
- -
-10.9% -53.3%
10.1% -10.0%
-13.7% 4.7%
12.1% -11.5%
29.6% 42.9%
22.4% 86.7%

-2.0% 32.0%
-6.3% 33.6%
-6.0% 59.3%
0.7% 34.3%
-53.2% -44.9%
-3.1% 31.5%

21.9% 225.2%
21.9% 225.2%

22.7% -9.9%
-18.0% -46.2%
-12.4% 198.6%
-4.8% 104.6%

-4.5% 10.3%
28.6% 40.5%
12.8% 23.7%
4.9% 8.6%
79.8% 46.0%
21.3% 153.7%
28.7% 39.9%

22.0% 43.0%
-0.3% -51.0%
-8.1% 39.5%
-13.4% 101.5%
-10.2% -8.3%
-33.6% -23.7%
14.6% 27.0%

- -
37.8% -
- -
35.4% 79.5%
35.6% 92.0%
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1394 1395 1394
Month 8 YTD Month 8
General Public Services 27759.0 26214.9 2728.8
Recurrent Expenditure 21934.6 17513.8 2010.4
Capital Expenditure 5824.5 8701.1 718.5
Defence 45231.6 50144.5 8762.5
Recurrent Expenditure 43652.5 49609.9 7854.6
Capital Expenditure 1579.1 534.5 907.8
Public Order and Safety 34598.7 40663.7 4635.7
Recurrent Expenditure 33640.3 39737.9 4519.5
Capital Expenditure 958.4 925.9 116.3
Economic Affairs 28496.7 26772.9 3730.4
Recurrent Expenditure 12845.8 12585.8 1598.0
Capital Expenditure 15650.9 14187.2 2132.4
Environmental Protection 190.6 447.4 33.3
Recurrent Expenditure 123.6 117.0 17.2
Capital Expenditure 67.0 330.4 16.0
Housing and Communal Amenities 735.9 2039.5 54.8
Recurrent Expenditure 282.0 376.5 33.4
Capital Expenditure 454.0 1663.0 21.4
Health 6932.3 8472.3 373.9
Recurrent Expenditure 6370.0 7613.9 324.8
Capital Expenditure 562.3 858.4 49.0
Recreation, Culture and Religion 1507.0 1301.8 203.5
Recurrent Expenditure 1200.5 1179.3 164.6
Capital Expenditure 306.5 122.5 39.0
Education 25630.0 25086.1 2966.5
Recurrent Expenditure 24144.6 23759.6 2813.9
Capital Expenditure 1485.4 1326.5 152.6
Social Protection 11702.5 15137.6 2162.1
Recurrent Expenditure 11679.4 15087.9 2161.8
Capital Expenditure 23.1 49.7 0.4

Total 182784.3 196280.6 25651.5


1395 Overview:
Month 8
4412.5 This sheet breaks down expenditure by the UN
COFOG classification, so you can see which priority
2308.7
areas received what.
2103.8
4807.3 Notes:
4790.8
16.5 - On YTD, the Government expenditure in the
5253.4 defence sector, and public order and safty has
slightly increased, where as its expenditure on
4666.3
general public service and economic affairs has
587.1 declined.
4852.6
1796.2 - Increase in capital expenditure on health sector
3056.4 and social protection reflect rising need for financing
148.9 operational cost of the existing capitals.
17.6
Glossary:
131.3
1223.6 COFOG: Classifications of the Functions of
53.0 Government, is a UN classification breaking down
1170.6 Government expenditure by key policy areas.
1218.1 Recurrent Expenditure: is expenditure on non-
capital items, typically salaries etc. These are items
1085.0
which need to be repurchased each year.
133.1 Capital Expenditure: is the expenditure on assets.
209.2
178.7
30.5
3944.2
3597.4
346.7
3034.1
3029.2
4.9

29103.9
1394 1395 1394 1395 YTD
Month 8 YTD Month 8 % Growth
Kabul 10998.0 12309.0 935.7 2312.9 11.9%
Kapisa 1634.8 1748.4 237.6 318.6 6.9%
Parwan 2515.5 2829.7 346.2 390.4 12.5%
Wardak 1959.1 1678.9 288.6 272.5 -14.3%
Logar 1291.8 1307.8 159.5 260.4 1.2%
Nangarhar 8762.5 10131.2 1512.7 1407.3 15.6%
Laghman 1716.5 1569.3 232.9 273.3 -8.6%
Pangsher 1033.9 1056.6 116.5 190.1 2.2%
Baghlan 3172.2 5623.7 341.1 2136.8 77.3%
Bamyan 1910.1 1414.9 504.8 244.9 -25.9%
Ghazni 3012.1 2419.3 325.6 408.8 -19.7%
Paktika 1354.3 1678.8 70.3 172.8 24.0%
Paktiya 6891.0 6837.7 906.0 939.3 -0.8%
Khost 1746.4 2295.6 288.3 707.7 31.4%
Kunar 1832.4 1778.1 213.5 275.6 -3.0%
Nuristan 1065.5 976.1 93.2 130.4 -8.4%
Badakhshan 3021.4 3764.2 537.5 659.7 24.6%
Takhar 2537.0 2825.1 452.4 284.9 11.4%
Kunduz 3461.8 3662.9 355.2 697.0 5.8%
Samangan 1391.5 1694.8 233.2 232.0 21.8%
Balkh 8987.0 9200.4 1661.0 1118.0 2.4%
Saripul 1547.8 1537.8 125.8 255.7 -0.6%
Ghor 1795.1 1936.2 199.1 356.8 7.9%
Dikondy 1034.9 1137.7 160.9 212.8 9.9%
Uruzgan 1714.7 1241.6 175.6 168.4 -27.6%
Zabul 1282.6 976.4 137.0 162.6 -23.9%
Kandahar 8842.9 8856.7 1277.4 1285.7 0.2%
Jawzjan 1749.0 2087.9 283.4 311.1 19.4%
Faryab 2311.2 2341.3 351.3 439.7 1.3%
Helmand 7786.2 6750.9 813.2 1240.0 -13.3%
Badghis 1222.0 1172.0 133.7 129.4 -4.1%
Herat 8290.7 8045.7 1127.7 1141.5 -3.0%
Farah 1917.7 1698.7 171.5 261.4 -11.4%
Nimroz 1667.9 1167.0 285.6 153.9 -30.0%
Central Ministries 70647.7 79709.0 10457.3 9314.4 12.8%
Offshore Payments 703.2 819.4 142.0 236.9 16.5%
Total 182808.3 196280.6 25653.4 29103.9 7.4%
Month Overview:
% Growth
147.2% This sheet overviews the expenditure on provinces. This does
34.1% not give a full overview of the expenditure benefits to provinces,
as some central spending impacts provincial welfare.
12.8%
-5.6% Notes:
63.2%
-7.0% - On YTD, almost all provinces have seen increase in
17.4% expenditures, where as on monthly basis, most of the border
provinces show increase in thier expenditures.
63.2%
526.5% Glossary:
-51.5%
25.5% Offshore Payments: payments received by the Government
145.8% from outside of Afghanistan, not collected by any of the Line
3.7% Ministries, or Provinces.
145.5%
29.1%
39.8%
22.7%
-37.0%
96.2%
-0.5%
-32.7%
103.3%
79.2%
32.3%
-4.1%
18.7%
0.6%
9.8%
25.2%
52.5%
-3.2%
1.2%
52.5%
-46.1%
-10.9%
66.9%
13.5%
Expenditure by AND Pillar

1394
Month 8 YTD
Security 85,310.2
Governance, Rule of Law and Human Rights 10,066.8
Infrastructure and Natural Resources 17,937.2
Education 26,328.1
Health 6,888.4
Agriculture and Rural Development 14,913.9
Social Protection 13,079.2
Economic Governance and Private Sector Development 5,310.8
Unclassified 2,973.7
1395 1394 1395 Overview:
Month 8 YTD Month 8
89,422.2 13,934.3 10,171.1 This sheet shows the expenditure by Government policy
9,849.5 998.1 1,163.7 priority area (ANDS categories), reflecting the Government
policy priorities.
21,961.9 2,629.6 4,909.0
25,499.2 3,056.3 4,019.2 Glossary:
8,393.5 368.4 1,198.2
14,201.9 1,604.7 3,282.9 ANDS Sectors: ANDS is the Afghanistan National
16,831.5 2,309.6 3,231.8 Development Strategy, the original document setting out t
development plan for Afghanistan. The sectors represent
6,088.3 486.5 617.6
budget sectors into which Ministries and Agencies can be
4,032.6 265.8 510.4 categorised. This breakdown gives an idea of where the
Government's priorities lay.
by Government policy
flecting the Government's

anistan National
al document setting out the
The sectors represent
es and Agencies can be
s an idea of where the
1394 1395
Month 8 YTD
TOTAL FINANCING (679.1) (34,338.3)

Net Acquisition of Financial Assets (223.3) (34,506.3)


Domestic (223.3) (34,506.3)
Currency and Deposits 832.1 (16,919.3)
Treasury Single Account (3,469.8) (15,047.5)
Provincial Revenue Accounts (75.2) (132.0)
Donor Accounts 4,317.7 (1,740.1)
Other Deposit Accounts 59.4 0.4
Loans 6.4 13.5
Loans 2.5 3.3
Advances 3.9 10.1
Other Accounts Receivable 100.1 57.2
Clearing Accounts 100.1 (118.9)
Other Current Assets - 176.0
Other Assets (1,161.8) (17,657.7)
Provincial Expenditure Accounts (1,161.8) (17,657.7)
Foreign - -

Net Acquisition of Financial Liabilities (455.8) 168.0


Domestic (561.9) 378.1
Accounts Payable 1,531.1 1,047.7
Accounts Payable - Suppliers 1,544.6 1,046.1
Accounts Payable - Other (13.5) 1.6
Pension Liabilities 0.3 3.1
Other Payables - -
Other Liabilities (2,093.3) (672.7)
Foreign 106.1 (210.0)
Foreign Currency - -
Loans 157.9 (239.4)
Currency Gain/Loss (51.9) 29.3

Memorandum
Deposits with Banks - -
Investments - -
1394 1395 Overview:
Month 8
8,795.8 7,325.4 This sheet shows the sources of financing for the deficit, or
uses of the surplus. The figgures in the braccket shows
negative values.
8,090.2 7,325.7
8,090.2 7,325.7 Notes:
5,279.8 1,252.4
5,120.3 2,309.7 Financing shows an overal deficit of Afs 34.3 billion upto
(17.5) - the end of month 8, while for monthly only, there was Afs 7.3
billion surplus. This shows that from the alloted money which
177.0 (1,054.5)
should have been spent in month 8, the surplus amount was
0.0 (2.7) not spent.
0.4 0.8
0.4 0.8
- ### Glossary:
17.5 (1.1)
Treasury Single Account: The main bank account of the
17.5 (1.1)
Government. In Afghanistan, the TSA consists of the Afghani
- ### account, the US dollar account, provincial revenue and
2,792.5 6,073.5 expenditure accounts, and ARTF and LOTFA accounts.
2,792.5 6,073.5
- ### Accounts Receivable: outstanding payments due to the
Government
705.6 (0.3) Accounts Payable: outstanding payments owed by the
751.6 (74.0) Government.
544.6 (237.4)
553.5 (222.8) Financial Assets: A financial claim on an asset that is
(8.9) (14.6) usually documented by some type of legal representative.
Examples include bonds and shares of stock, but not tangible
0.3 (3.2)
assets such as real estate or gold. These are included below
- ### the line as financing items
206.7 166.5
(46.0) 73.7
- ###
(37.2) 74.3
(8.8) (0.6)

- ###
- ###
the deficit, or
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