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Accelerating Economic Growth and Reducing Poverty: The Road Ahead

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It outlines the broad framework and the strategy for poverty reduction based on four pillars: (a) accelerating economic growth while maintaining the macroeconomic stability; (b) improving the governance; (c) investing in human capital; and (d) targeting the poor and the vulnerable. The PRSP also highlights the programs and policies of the Government under each of these pillars and proposed indicators to monitor the outcome of these policies as well as intermediate indicators for social sectors.

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  • Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan,, 2010. "Accelerating Economic Growth and Reducing Poverty: The Road Ahead," Working Papers id:3051, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3051
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    poor; vulnerable; livestock; fisheries; law; statistics; poverty; pakistan; governance; economic growth; social sectors;

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