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Guinea - Joint staff advisory note on the extended poverty reduction strategy paper 2011-12 and the 2011 progress report (Inglês)

This Joint Staff Advisory Note (JSAN) reviews Guinea's Extension of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper 2011-12 (EPRSP) and the 2011 Progress Report (PR). Implementation of the PRSP, adopted in August 2007 and covering 2007-10, was interrupted by a military coup in December 2008. In early 2011 a new democratically elected government extended the original PRSP over the period 2011-12. The progress report discusses: (a) the EPRSP and (b) developments in 2011 and 2012. The overarching objective of the EPRSP is to accelerate the nation's economic growth and progress toward the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The main pillars of the strategy are: (i) improving governance, (ii) accelerating growth and increasing employment opportunities while further stabilizing the economy, and (iii) improving access to basic services. The EPRSP attributes the disappointing implementation of the original PRSP for 2007-10 to poor governance caused by political and institutional instability. The EPRSP was prepared through extensive public consultations, particularly in the rural areas. Regional consultations were held in two major regional centers in January-February 2011. The JSAN draws conclusions that could be helpful to the ongoing preparation of the third PRSP (PRSP III) for the period 2013-15, expected to be finalized in December 2012. The JSAN has the same structure as the EPRSP and PR and concludes with staff recommendations, risks identification, and issues for discussion.


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    Documento de Estratégia para a Redução da Pobreza (PRSP)

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    Guinea - Joint staff advisory note on the extended poverty reduction strategy paper 2011-12 and the 2011 progress report

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    Mining;monitoring and evaluation system;Defense and Security Forces;water and sanitation program;Economic and Social Development Policy;liberalization of trade in goods;small and medium size enterprise;Technical and Financial Partners;Macroeconomic Stability;participation of civil society;access to basic service;education and economic growth;basic social service;access to drinking water;quality of urban water;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;public financial management reform;Demand for Good Governance;energy sector policy;job opportunity;survey results;incidence of poverty;development partner;human capacity;financial sector development;job opportunities;public investment program;public finance;basic food item;import of goods;telecommunications and postal;positive impact;distribution of resource;security of property;Promoting Private Sector;natural resource endowment;impact of adjustment;basic health care;improving governance;poverty alleviation policy;poverty profile;transmission of data;colleges and university;military spending;domestic revenue mobilization;Justice Reform;demand management policy;national housing policy;world health organization;urban development strategy;social protection policy;minimum capital requirement;urban water service;access to health;human capacity building;potable water service;economic growth rate;external public debt;construction of infrastructure;international commodity price;construction of building;Construction Building;agricultural sector investment;creating job opportunity;reducing maternal mortality;distribution of drug;Agriculture;organic budget law;volume of investment;health information system;current account balance;parallel exchange market;trade facilitation procedure;financial service industry;vulnerable population group;social protection strategy;forest management plan;safety net system;acceleration of inflation;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;government contract;Justice Systems;business environment;fighting poverty;social tension;result indicator;rice production;monetary policy;public-private partnership;fishing sector;fight corruption;budget support;agriculture sector;mining infrastructure;investment code;sustainable use;guinean franc;rural area;industrial units;cesarean section;political instability;telecommunications sector;mining development;



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