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Análisis Comparativo de Sistemas de Monitoreo y Evaluación: El Caso de Nicaragua

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    Este documento fue comisionado por la Red de Reducción de la Pobreza y Protección Social del Diálogo Regional de Política para la VII Reunión Hemisférica celebrada los días 11 y 12 de noviembre de 2004. Nicaragua elaboró una propuesta de Política Nacional de Protección Social-PNPS (Gobierno de Nicaragua, 2003a) y su estrategia de operacionalización es conocida como OPNPS (Gobierno de Nicaragua, 2003b). El objetivo general de ésta política es "contribuir a la inclusión social de las personas, hogares y comunidades en condición de vulnerabilidad para que participen de forma sostenible, de los beneficios del desarrollo "(Gobierno de Nicaragua, 2003a). Se pretende: fortalecer el capital humano, económico, productivo y social de los grupos vulnerables a través de la generación de empleo y de un acceso oportuno, subsidiado y con calidad aceptable a un nivel mínimo de servicios públicos sociales para una vida digna; incrementar la eficiencia, eficacia y el manejo transparente de programas y acciones de protección social a través de una doble focalización de las inversiones según vulnerabilidad y dinamismo económico (alto, mediano, bajo) y área geográfica3, promoviendo un proceso de fortalecimiento de la familia (la mujer como pilar fundamental) y de descentralización con participación; conformar una red de programas flexibles que garantice la coordinación y articulación de la demanda local, así como la oferta sectorial y la complementariedad de acciones; y reducir el número de poblaciones afectadas por desastres naturales y crisis socioeconómicas y/o mitigar sus efectos.

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    Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 8841.

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    Keywords: Estadísticas demográficas y sistemas de información; Seguridad ciudadana y prevención de la delincuencia; Pobreza; Desarrollo social; Monitoreo y Evaluación de Programas de Protección Social Monitoring and Evaluating Social Protection Programs;

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