Supporting Poverty Reduction in Low-Income Developing Countries

Ahmed, Masood; Bredenkamp, Hugh
December 2000
Finance & Development;Dec2000, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p10
Academic Journal
Explains how the international community can support poverty reduction in developing countries. Focus of development cooperation on accelerated poverty reduction; Support for integrated strategies of assistance; Implementation of poverty reduction strategy papers (PRSP); Features of the PRSP approach; Challenges of strategy implementation. INSET: What's new in the Poverty reduction and Growth Facility?.


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