Nigerâ€™s new Poverty Reduction Strategy (PDES) represents its overarching reference framework for the governmentâ€™s development agenda. It also proposes changes in policy orientation and institutional arrangements to respond to recent developments in Niger and in the subregion. The PDES was developed in an inclusive participatory process. Overall, it provides a comprehensive analysis of development challenges and a plan to achieve accelerated sustainable growth, identifies key risks to the achievements of the objectives as well as mitigating measures.
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Related researchKeywords: Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers
; Economic growth
; Fiscal policy
; Fiscal consolidation
; Social safety nets
; Fiscal reforms
; Agricultural sector
; Manufacturing sector
; Health care
; HIV and AIDS
; poverty reduction strategy
; poverty reduction strategy paper
; community development
; medium-term expenditure frameworks
; public expenditures
; public expenditure review
; public financial management
; financial resources
; medium-term expenditure
; public expenditure
; living standards measurement study
; changes in policy
; expenditure management
; reform program
; poverty line
; investment expenditures
; recurrent expenditure
; capital expenditures
; annual public expenditure
; implementation mechanisms
; macroeconomic framework
; income growth
; expenditure implications
; living standards
; recurrent expenditures
; investment expenditure
; expenditure frameworks
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