Chad: rural policy note
The Chad Rural Policy Note builds on the findings of a rural sector stocktaking exercise. An initial draft of the note was prepared as a just-in-time study designed to contribute to the preparation of the Chad Interim Strategy Note. This finalized version of the note intended mainly to establish a knowledge baseline. In that context, the objectives of the note are to summarize existing information about the rural sector in Chad, identify knowledge gaps, and highlight key policy issues around which the dialogue in the rural sector might focus, with the objective of improving rural growth prospects and reducing poverty.
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