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Guinea - Interim poverty reduction strategy paper and joint assessment (Inglês)

This Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (I-PRSP), prepared by the Government of Guinea, contains a description of the country's poverty, a presentation of current strategic framework for changing the economic, and social environment, a statement of the government's commitment to poverty reduction, and a detailed description of the participatory process within a three-year macroeconomic framework. Although the I-PRSP analysis seems to underline the government's commitment to poverty reduction, the strategy to overcome poverty obstacles should be strengthened, which includes decentralized service delivery, a more proactive privatization program, improved public expenditure management, and governance. The full PRSP should expand on the analysis of the inter-dependencies of the determinants of poverty, to establish a link between these, and the policy priorities of the poverty reduction strategy. Moreover, within the macroeconomic framework, namely in dealing with capacity, and private sector development, the PRSP should address capacity building within the government, including through civil service reform, and, spell out intended actions on public enterprise sector, particularly major public utilities. Likewise, micro-finance institutions would benefit from a more comprehensive treatment. The joint assessment concludes this document is sound for a fully participatory PRSP, for reaching the decision point under the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative, and for concessional assistance.


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    Documento de Estratégia para a Redução da Pobreza (PRSP)

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    Guinea - Interim poverty reduction strategy paper and joint assessment

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    Poverty reduction strategies; Economic development; Social development; Government commitments; Participatory methods; Macroeconomic planning; Decentralization; Service delivery; Privatization policy; Public expenditures; Governance; Private sector development; Capacity building; Reform policy; Civil service reforms; Public sector management; Public utility regulation; Microfinancing; Heavily indebted poor countries; Concessional aid



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