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Burundi :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Annual Progress Report

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Burundi :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Annual Progress Report
Language
eng
Abstract
This paper discusses findings of the annual progress report on the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper for Burundi. The report reveals that a number of decisive steps have been taken to promote political governance. Training sessions organized for local elected officials and members of parliament have contributed to enhancing their management capacities. With regard to the land tenure issue, the government expects to address it in the context of social cohesion so as to impart sustainable solutions
resource.governmentPublication
international or intergovernmental publication
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Burundi :
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
444703581
Series statement
IMF Staff Country Reports
Sub title
Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Annual Progress Report
Table Of Contents
Contents; ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; APPRAISAL FINDINGS; AXIS 1: IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AND SECURITY; AXIS 2: PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE GROWTH; AXIS 3: PROMOTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL; AXIS 4: COMBATING HIV/AIDS; MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE; MONITORING AND EVALUATION MECHANISMS; INTRODUCTION; I. RECENT SOCIOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS; 1.1 POLITICAL AND SECURITY DEVELOPMENTS; 1.2 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS; Charts; Tables; 1.3 PRSP MONITORING AND EVALUATION MECHANISMS; 1.4 POVERTY PROFILE; 1.5 SECTORAL PERFORMANCE; II. IMPROVING GOVERNANCE AND SECURITY2.1 STRENGTHENING PEACE, NATIONAL RECONCILIATION, AND SECURITY2.2 PROMOTING THE RULE OF LAW, COMBATING IMPUNITY, AND PROMOTING JUSTICE FOR ALL; 2.3 RESOLVING THE RISKS OF CONFLICTS ASSOCIATED WITH LAND TENURE / SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF LAND TENURE CONFLICTS; 2.4 PROMOTING GOOD GOVERNANCE; III. PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH; 3.1 REVITALIZATION OF AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK FARMING, FISHERIES, AND FISH FARMING; 3.2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND IMPROVEMENT; 3.3 DEVELOPMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY; 3.4 RATIONAL EXPLOITATION OF MINES AND QUARRIES3.5 PROMOTION OF TOURISM AND CRAFTS3.6 INCREASED JOB AND INCOME-EARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE POOR; 3.7 DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR; 3.8 DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURES SUPPORTING PRODUCTION; 3.9 REGIONAL INTEGRATION; IV. DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN CAPITAL; 4.1 PROMOTION OF EDUCATION; 4.2 IMPROVING ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE; 4.3 IMPROVING ACCESS TO DRINKING WATER, HYGIENE, SANITATION AND DECENT HOUSING; 4.4 SUPPORT FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS; 4.5 GENDER ADVANCEMENT; V. THE FIGHT AGAINST HIV/AIDS; 5.1 STATUS OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE VIRUS IN BURUNDI IN 2005; 5.2 STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF PRIORITY PROGRAMSVI. MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCES6.1 THE REAL SECTOR; 6.2 CHANGE IN INFLATION; 6.3 EXTERNAL SECTOR; 6.4 MONETARY SURVEY; 6.5 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MONETARY AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE POLICY REFORMS; 6.6 BUDGETARY FRAMEWORK; 6.7 MACROECONOMIC PROJECTIONS; VII. PRSP MONITORING-EVALUATION SYSTEMS; 7.1 THE INSTITUTIONAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM; 7.2 STATISTICS SYSTEM; 7.3 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
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