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UNICEF pursues a human rights approach to poverty reduction because it re-sponds to poverty’s multifaceted nature. This approach can be distinguished from a welfare approach in terms of the relationship between the State, on the one hand, and local communities and individuals, on the other. he Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) Ini-tiative is a major effort by the World Bank and IMF to make aid more effective in re-ducing poverty. Introduced in , it has re-sulted in first-generation strategy documents and important process changes in more than 35 . Poverty is not fixed but rather a dynamic process, therefore people can move out of, or into, poverty. 7. Recommendations Agriculture alone cannot end poverty in developing countries, therefore more strategies, policies and approaches needs to be formulated in order to fight poverty. effective Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs). financing is linked should be those which Governments have embraced in poverty strategies). This will be a process of evolution, but support for endorsed PRSPs should Commission officials, and the other donors in the future preparation of effective PRSPs.
The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not support a country-led process of poverty reduction, (ii) align assistance with the national poverty reduction strategy, (iii) assist developing member countries (DMCs) achieve the MDGs and other national poverty reduction . Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSP) Last updated: Wednesday, Decem Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSP) are prepared by the member countries through a participatory process involving domestic stakeholders as well as eng development partners, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. A sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies: Core techniques and cross-cutting issues (English). Fast Track Initiative, poverty reduction strategies, Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s), etc.) and their influence on the approaches, instruments, and processes for the development of educational planning. Expected learning outcomes: Upon completion of Module 1 you should be able to.
What is a Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper? A Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) is a national document that analyses the causes for poverty in a country and sets out a strategy to overcome them. A Poverty Reduction Strategy is meant to be a national process steered by the government and involving domestic stakeholders as well as external. - the inadequacy of the data and the analysis of poverty: the evaluation of the poverty situation and identification of its causes is the starting point of any poverty reduction strategy. This is a prerequisite for determining the priority intervention areas, setting the objectives and, to some extent, the vision itself. was sidelined by heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC) process. Qualifying for debt relief under HIPC required the preparation of poverty reduction strategy papers (PRSPs), which focused on delivery of social sectors Subsequent acceptance of the importance of “growth” as . What can be expected of specific interventions by government? How is the concept of citizenship incorporated in poverty reduction programmes? The book provides an up-to-date information on poverty in Southern and Central Africa and the strategies and programmes by governments, aids and international institutions to tackle it.