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Rwanda :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper

This paper focuses on Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) 2013–2018 for Rwanda. Ownership of the EDPRS by a wide range of stakeholders at national level has been a key factor of success. The EDPRS 2 has integrated inclusiveness and sustainability as driving factors in elaborating the strategy. Community-based solutions, working closely with the population, have made possible fast-track and cost-effective implementation and increased demand for accountability, in education with the 9YBE construction of classrooms, the Crop Intensification Program in agriculture, and community-based health care programs
Table Of Contents
Cover; TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACRONYMS AND GLOSSARY; FOREWORD; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; 1. SHAPING RWANDA'S FUTURE; Introduction; The Context for EDPRS 2; The Changing Face of Poverty Reduction Strategies; Tables; Table 1.1 Key Vision 2020 Targets; Achievements under EDPRS 1; Table 1.2 Output and Growth Rates 2008 to 2012; Figures; Figure 1.1 Sector Output and Shares of GDP; Figure 1.2 Domestic and Foreign Investment as a Percentage of GDP; Table 1.3 Targets and Achievements of EDPRS1; Emerging Challenges for EDPRS 2; Table 1.4 Poverty & Extreme Poverty Headcount (EICV 3)
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