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Evaluation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (Prsp) Process and Arrangements under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (Prgf)

By The World Bank

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Title: Evaluation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (Prsp) Process and Arrangements under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (Prgf)  
Author: The World Bank
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
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Bank, T. W. (n.d.). Evaluation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (Prsp) Process and Arrangements under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (Prgf). Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Economics

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In Mozambique, poverty reduction as a key objective of government policy predates the introduction of the PRSP approach by the IMF and the World Bank. PARPA? Mozambique?s PRSP?drew heavily on existing sectoral policies and programs, but it also put more firmly on the public agenda issues related to participation in domestic policy processes (including the role of parliament and political parties), and has brought greater attention to implementation constraints through a focus on monitoring results. It has become the common point of reference on poverty reduction policies within government?across line ministries and between central and provincial levels of government?and for dialogue between the government, other national stakeholders, and international development partners. The principal objective in the PARPA is reduction in the incidence of poverty from 70 percent in 1997 to less than 60 percent in 2005, and to less than 50 percent by 2010. Six priority, and 11 complementary, areas are identified to promote human development and create a favorable environment for rapid, inclusive and broad-based growth. The priority areas are: (i) education; (ii) health; (iii) agriculture and rural development; (iv) basic infrastructure; (v) governance; and (vi) macroeconomic and financial policies.

 

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