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Burundi :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper II

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Burundi :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper II
Language
eng
Abstract
The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper II (PRSP-II) examines the major development challenges faced by Burundi. The paper identifies achievements in areas such as security and governance, but draws attention to the below-par performance in overall economic growth and development. The primary reasons for the lack of development have been cited in the report. The four major strategic pillars of the PRSP-II provide a road-map for achieving the goals and objectives enunciated to put Burundi on the path toward sustainable development
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international or intergovernmental publication
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Burundi :
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
IMF Staff Country Reports
Sub title
Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper II
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; ABBREVIATIONS; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1: PRSP I OUTCOMES, GENERAL CONTEXT, AND METHODOLOGY USED TO PREPARE THE PRSP-II; 1.1. Outcomes of the First PRSP; 1.1.1. Governance and security; LIST OF FIGURES; FIGURE 1: EVOLUTION OF STANDARD INDICATORS OF OVERALL ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE; 1.1.2. Sustainable, equitable economic growth; 1.1.3. Developing human capital; 1.1.4. Combating HIV/AIDS; 1.2. Context for Preparation of the PRSP-II; 1.2.1. Political, economic, and social context; 1.2.2. Constraints, obstacles and challenges; List of TablesTABLE 1: EMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, AND UNDEREMPLOYMENT, 2006 AND 2009TABLE 2: AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION DURING IMPLEMENTATION OF PRSP I; TABLE 3: REAL GDP GROWTH (AVERAGE FOR THE PERIOD) AND THE END OF ARMED CONFLICT; FIGURE 2: ENERGY PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION; 1.3. Recent Poverty Trends; 1.3.1. Near stagnant economy since 2006; 1.3.2. Lack of opportunities for stable, long-term employment; TABLE 4: URBAN AND RURAL SECTORS OF EMPLOYMENT, 2006-2009; FIGURE 3: FORMAL SECTOR JOB DURATION; 1.3.3. Poverty and job quality: a correlation addressed by PRSP I programsTABLE 5: SECTORS OF EMPLOYMENT BY QUANTILE OF WELFARE SCORES, 20091.3.4. Estimated poverty trend in Burundi since 2006; FIGURE 4: MONTHS WORKED DURING 12 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS BY POVERTY STATUS; FIGURE 5: DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD WELFARE SCORE, 2005 AND 2009; 1.4. Methodological Approach and Participatory Consultations; 1.4.1. Preliminary reflections on national priorities; 1.4.2. Participatory consultations; 1.5. PRSP-II Pillars: Presentation and scope; CHAPTER 2: STRENGTHENING THE RULE OF LAW, CONSOLIDATING GOOD GOVERNANCE, AND PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY2.1. Strengthening Justice and the Rule of Law2.1.1. Rehabilitating the justice system; TABLE 6: MONITORING INDICATORS, 2005-2010; 2.1.2. Implementing the transitional justice system; 2.1.3. Promoting human rights; 2.1.4. Strengthening the integrity and capacities of defense and security forces; 2.1.5. Socioeconomic reintegration of persons affected by the conflict; 2.2. Consolidating Good Governance and Institutional Performance; 2.2.1. Consolidating democracy; 2.2.2. Intensifying efforts against bribery, embezzlement, and other forms of corruption2.2.3. Improving performance in public institutions'2.3. Fiscal Management Reforms; 2.3.1. Budget preparation; 2.3.2. Budget execution; 2.3.3. Cash flow and public debt management; 2.3.4. Public contracting; 2.3.5. Internal and external controls; 2.3.6. User involvement; 2.4. Promoting Gender Equality; FIGURE 6: LITERACY TRENDS BY AGE AND GENDER; CHAPTER 3: TRANSFORMING BURUNDI'S ECONOMY TO PRODUCE SUSTAINABLE, JOB-CREATING GROWTH; 3.1. Increasing Productivity in Sectors with Growth Potential; 3.1.1. Improving agricultural, livestock, and fisheries productionFIGURE 7: PER CAPITA FOOD CROP PRODUCTION, 2001-2010
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