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A Sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies (2 Vol. Set) by Jeni Klugman

By Jeni Klugman

'A Sourcebook for Poverty aid innovations' is a consultant meant to aid low-income nations with the advance and strengthening in their poverty relief innovations. This ebook has been designed as a source for research and discourse on poverty relief guidelines and courses on the state point. each one bankruptcy adopts a layered technique, with a brief precis offering total help on concerns, a close advisor delivering techniques to research and coverage improvement in addition to aiding fabrics together with kingdom case stories, technical notes, and suggestions for extra interpreting. 'A Sourcebook for Poverty aid concepts' is equipped into volumes. 'Volume One' specializes in center strategies together with poverty size and research, and tracking and assessment. Cross-Cutting concerns, resembling participation, governance, and gender, also are mentioned in 'Volume One'. 'Volume ' concentrates on Macroeconomic and Sectoral methods.

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23. Poverty Groups by Socioeconomic Groups (Madagascar 1994) ............................................................ 36 Some Characteristics of the Poor in Ecuador (1994) ................................................................................ 37 Socioeconomic Differences in Health (Senegal 1997) .............................................................................. 37 Poverty Incidence Among Various Household Groups in Malawi (1997/98) .................................... 38 Geographic Poverty Profile for Bangladesh (1995–96) and Madagascar (1994) ..................................

5_x_11 / Full Signature Overview How will we know we are getting there? Effective outcome monitoring will enable the assessment of progress made toward poverty reduction goals. Thus transparent and systematic monitoring is a critical element of a sound PRS. Many countries already collect poverty outcome data on a regular basis, and the approach adopted with respect to the PRS will build largely on existing systems. 2. Some key features include the following: • Critical role of participatory approaches.

23. Poverty Groups by Socioeconomic Groups (Madagascar 1994) ............................................................ 36 Some Characteristics of the Poor in Ecuador (1994) ................................................................................ 37 Socioeconomic Differences in Health (Senegal 1997) .............................................................................. 37 Poverty Incidence Among Various Household Groups in Malawi (1997/98) .................................... 38 Geographic Poverty Profile for Bangladesh (1995–96) and Madagascar (1994) ..................................

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