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Jordan Poverty Reduction Strategy

The Government of Jordan adopted its first Poverty Alleviation Strategy in 2002 recognizing poverty as a key development problem requiring a comprehensive policy for improving the lives of the poor and socially excluded, increasing their human capabilities, providing them with economic more

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Le RDAD 2011: profil et strategies de lutte contre la pauvrete au Maroc etat des lieux

In Morocco, there is many forms poverty like other countries, but the rate of poverty is reducing but it is still high. In this document, there is a presentation and analysis of a strategy that is built on theories and it shows how to reduce poverty in Morocco. more

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Lebanon: Economic and Social Impact Assessment of the Syrian Conflict

At the request of the Government of Lebanon, the World Bank, in collaboration with the UN, the EU, and the IMF, has undertaken a rapid Economic and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) of the Syrian conflict on Lebanon for the 2012-2014 period. The report’s current (first) phase is limited to more

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MACROECONOMICS POLICIES FOR POVERTY REDUCTION: THE CASE OF SYRIA

The case study will examine two major aspects: 1) how to make macroeconomic policies more pro-poor (the entry point and focus) and 2) how to enhance the impact of these macro-level policies by augmenting the entitlements of the poor (the complementary theme). ‘Macroeconomics’ here is defined fairly more

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MACROECONOMICS POLICIES FOR POVERTY REDUCTION: THE CASE OF Sudan

The general objective of the report is to come out with realistic policy options and alternatives that broaden the national dialogue of such choices. Specifically, this study is intended to assist the development of more pro-policies, in the past era, by taking into consideration all policy trade more

OUR WORK - Poverty Reduction

UNDP is committed to initiating and implementing poverty reduction projects and building capacity at the national level in the Arab Region. Such initiatives to tackle poverty are implemented within the framework of the strategies of Country Offices, and in collaboration with national and international partners including governments, civil society, and other United Nations agencies.

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