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A stocktaking of PRSPs in fragile states (English)

In 1999, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) introduced poverty reduction strategy papers (PRSPs) as a condition for highly indebted countries to receive debt relief under the HIPC initiative. Since then, PRSPs have become a condition for aid to International Development Association (IDA) countries, for which they are considered instrumental in refocusing attention on poverty, democratizing policy making, and improving donor coordination. While PRSPs may play that role in many IDA countries, their usefulness in fragile states, including those just emerging from conflict, has been questioned. Increased donor attention to the specific problems of such states was the impetus for a Poverty Reduction Group (PRMPR) stocktaking of PRSPs in fragile environments.

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Dudwick, Nora; Nelsson, Adam;

A stocktaking of PRSPs in fragile states (English). PREM Notes ; no. 127. Poverty Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/729241468140969624/A-stocktaking-of-PRSPs-in-fragile-states