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    This paper examines Moldova’s Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (EGPRSP) covering 2004–06. The EGPRSP has the potential to become an effective tool for continuous strategic planning, and for providing for the prioritization of strategic objectives and the implementation of related actions. It is also a tool for efficient and transparent allocation of available resources, and for the harmonization of medium- and long-term objectives. The EGPRSP also represents a framework for the coordination of sectoral strategies, directing them toward the accomplishment of the higher-level EGPRSP objectives.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 04/395.

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    Length: 213
    Date of creation: 08 Dec 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:04/395

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    Keywords: Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers; social insurance; public administration; social protection; civil society; social assistance; unemployment; social services; young people; disabled; social benefits; international standards; social transfers; social insurance system; unemployment rate; elderly; educational institutions; social insurance contributions; living conditions; human rights; youth policy; youth employment; negotiations; disabled people; youth unemployment; disabilities; international cooperation; dependency; disabled persons; public officials; social assistance system; social assistance budget; public awareness; social problems; social protection system; infant mortality rate; international organizations; infant mortality; medical care; social insurance benefits; services for children; child mortality; integration of children; state institutions; sexually transmitted diseases; child care; child poverty; constructive dialogue; community organizations; social service; governmental policies; aging; child health; disability; household welfare; social insurance payments; social insurance fund; nongovernmental organizations; disabled children; social assistance program; old people; social assistance programs; social insurance contribution; youth centers; institutional arrangements; old age; social issues; foster families; programs for children; social protection mechanisms; entitlements; social assistance systems; poor children; social security; special needs; child mortality rates; youth research; basic needs; social rehabilitation; hearing; social insurance deductions; child care facilities; press conferences; welfare level; welfare benefits; social insurance coverage; social assistance expenditures; family welfare; supervision systems; material welfare; loss of jobs; social assistance policies; victims; youth violence; child population; abandoned children; medical information; social insurance legislation; protecting children; institutionalized children; dependency burden; ageing; eligibility criteria; handicapped; criminal activities; popular participation; international norms; handicapped people; welfare indicator; social expenditures;


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    Cited by:
    1. Dennis Görlich & Christoph Trebesch, 2008. "Seasonal Migration and Networks—Evidence on Moldova’s Labour Exodus," Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), Springer, Springer, vol. 144(1), pages 107-133, April.


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