Beyond the Numbers : Understanding the Institutions for Monitoring Poverty Reduction Strategies
AbstractThis volume provides lessons on the design and functioning of such monitoring systems, based on the experience of twelve Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) countries (Albania, Bolivia, Guyana, Honduras, the Kyrgyz Republic, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Nicaragua, Niger, Tanzania, and Uganda). The focus is on the institutional arrangements of PRS monitoring systems - the rules and processes which bring the various actors and monitoring activities together in a coherent diagnostic tool - and a summary of the situation in these twelve PRS countries.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by The World Bank in its series World Bank Publications with number 7125 and published in 2006.
Technology Industry Environment - Environmental Governance Environment - Biodiversity Poverty Monitoring and Analysis Social Development - Children and Youth Industry Poverty Reduction;
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