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2 PORTO ALEGRE BRAZIL

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5 The State

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9 The City

10 Population Rio Grande do Sul State Metropolitan Region Porto Alegre Women Men Average Annual Growth in Porto Alegre 0,36 Demographic Density (inhab./km.²) Average Annual Growth in the State 1,04 Souce: IBGE/1996

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14 The Economy Of City

15 Economy Gross National Product (GNP) em R$ State68 bilhões Regional27 bilhões City9,9bilhões Source: Fundação de Economia e Estatística

16 Revenue Collection in Brazil

17 Revenue by Level of Government

18 CITY HALL OF PORTO ALEGRE STRUCTURE AND DUTIES

19 GENERAL STRUCTURE

20 THE CITY HALL é 26 thousand public workers é active: 21,830 retired: 5, 326 é Population of 1, inhabitants é Area of 50,000 hectares.

21 City Financing

22 I P T U (Tax on Urban Properties) òUnpaid: before the OP: 20 % today: 12 % òParticipation on Collecting: before the OP: 6 % today: 13 %

23 Impact of PB on Own Source Revenue in constant 1998 R$ millions YEAR TOTAL , , , , , ,7

24 Participative Budget 4 Geografic and Thematic Base 4 Dynamics of Process 4 Financial Results

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30 PUBLIC BUDGET

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32 Participative Budget GEOGRAPHIC BASE GEOGRAPHIC BASE The city is divided in 16 Regions THEMATIC BASE THEMATIC BASE Thematic Meetings(5) *Public Transport and Traffic *Health Care and Social Assistance * Education, Culture and Leisure * Economic Development and Taxation * City Organization and Urban Development

33 Participative Budget(PB) Participative Budget(PB) DYNAMICS OF PROCESS 1st Meeting 1st Meeting ê Investment Feedback êInvestment Plan Presentation ê Criterion and Method For PB ê Community Representantive Election

34 Participative Budget Dynamic and Working Process Intermediate Meeting INTERMEDIATE MEETINGS êGovernmental Organs provide technical information ê discussion and selection of thematic priorities and regional works ê Priorities of services, sectoral policies and works ê Election of community representatives 2nd MEETING êElection of the Budget Council ê Presentation of the receipt and expense estimates ê The 16 regions and 5 thematic meeting hand in the priorities and works

35 PARTICIPATIVE BUDGET DYNAMICS AND WORKING PROCESS PROPOSAL ELABORATION êInauguration of new Participative Budget Council ê Course on Public Budget with the COP ê Seminar on Public Budget with the community representatives ê Reconciliation of regional and thematic priorities according to budget constraints ê Discussion and Elaboration of Budget Proposal ê Hand over of Budget Proposal to Municipal Council ê Discussion and elaboration of Investment Plan

36 PARTICIPATIVE BUDGET ARRANGEMENT 2 Councils per city region = 32 titular members 2 Understudy Councils per city region = 32 understudy members 2 Thematic Plenary Councils = 10 titular members 2 Understudy Councils /Thematic Plenary = 10 understudy members 1 Community representative from Porto Alegre’s Inhabitantes Association 1 Representative from the Union of Municipal Public Workers 2 Members from the government with no-voting rights

37 REGIONS AND THEMES DEFINE PRIORITIES First priority Grade 4 Second priorityGrade 3 Third priorityGrade 2 Fourth priorityGrade 1

38 SERVICE NEEDS AND INFRA- STRUCTURE Relative value 3 Up to 25% grade 1 From 26% to 50% ….grade 2 De 51% a 75% grade 3 De 76% on ….grade 4

39 POPULATION OF EACH REGION Relative value 2 Up to ……… …grade 1 From to …….……......…grade 2 From to …………...grade 3 Over …… ……….....…grade 4

40 THEMATIC PRIORITY OF REGION Relative value 3 From the fourth priority on nota 1 Terceira prioridad nota 2 Segunda prioridad nota 3 Primera prioridad nota 4

41 Investments

42 Community Participation and Redistributive Public Expense Redistributive Public Expense Participatory Budget: changes in investment priorities since 1989 ê Water System: from 83% to 98% coverage ê Sewer System: from 46% to 85% coverage ê Paving : from 4 to Km/year ê Doubled number of school enrollments ê Reconstruction of 80 health care units

43 Investment Plan for 1999 Settled Priorities by the PB  Sanitation  Street Paving  Popular Housing  Education  Health

44 Principal Infrastructure Works   Programa de Desenvolvimento Municipal – III Perimetral   Projeto Corredor Norte e Nordeste   Ampliação de Avenidas Estruturais   Projetos Saneamento e Habitação

45 Multi-year investments in R$ 1,000

46 1999 Budget Total Budget : R$ 1,1 billon Investments: R$ 174,0 millons Source: City Hall of Porto Alegre

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49 The Quality Of Life

50 Porto Alegre Brazil Life Expectancy 70,3 yrs. 61,8 yrs. Education 97% 84% Garbage Collection 100% 64,5% Sewer Coverage 83% 42% Treated Sewer 44% n/d Water Supply 99% 73,4% Electric Power 98% 87,8% Childhood Death p/ 1,000 inhab ,5 Source: IBGE, SSMA/RS, PMPA and CEEE

51 Budgeting Balance 1998 Budget Surplus: R$ 24 million Source: City Hall of Porto Alegre

52 Human Development Rating: The Metropolis with the Best Quality Of Life in Brazil 7º - Porto Alegre / RS 18º - Curitiba / PR 47º - Rio de Janeiro / RJ

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