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Expenditures for lawmaking, fiscal management, foreign affairs, public debt transactions, and other governance or regulatory services PhP1,421.5 B General Public Services 37.8%* Expenditures for the various sectors that promote economic growth, such as agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting; fuel and energy; transport; and communication PhP591.8 B Economic Affairs 15.8%* Expenditures for police and fire protection services, law courts, and maintenance of prisons PhP238.8 B Public Order and Safety 6.4%* Expenditures for hospital and outpatient services, medical equipment and products, and R&D in health PhP145.3 B Health 3.9%* Expenditures for recreational, sporting, cultural, and other community services that promote national identity PhP15.4 B Recreation, Culture, and Religion 0.4%* Note: Figures may not add up due to rounding off * Percentage share of the total budget 2019 BUDGET DIMENSIONS BY SECTOR (COFOG)
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11 DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT T o be at par with international standards in classifying the budget, the Philippines has adopted the Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG), a system developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Unlike the old sectoral classification featured in the preceding page where expenditures are grouped into five general classifications according to the spending agency, COFOG allows the budget to be split according to function, purpose, and contribution to society of the expenditure item regardless of the implementing agency. This framework helps answer the usual question of “where do my taxes go?” as it illustrates a more accurate presentation of government expenditures. PhP659.3 B Expenditures for basic (pre-primary, primary, secondary) and tertiary education, among others Education 17.5%* PhP491.7 B Expenditures for government programs and projects that protect the welfare of the people, especially the vulnerable groups Social Protection 13.1%* Defense 4.3%* Expenditures for military and civil defense, foreign military aid, research and development (R&D), and defense against cybercrime PhP163.3 B Environmental Protection 0.7%* Expenditures for waste management, pollution abatement, and protection of biodiversity and landscape PhP24.6 B Housing and Community Amenities 0.2%* PhP5.5 B Expenditures for housing and community development, including amenities such as potable water supply
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12 2019 PEOPLE’S PROPOSED BUDGET 2019 BUDGET DIMENSIONS BY EXPENSE CLASS T he 2019 Budget can be classified according to major expenditures: Personnel Services (PS), Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE), Financial Expenses (FinEx), and Capital Outlays (CO). Among these, MOOE will receive the biggest share of the 2019 Budget with PhP1,394.9 billion ; followed by Personnel Services, PhP1,185.0 billion ; Capital Outlays, PhP776.1 billion ; and FinEx, PhP401.0 billion .
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