PRSP PROGRESS REPORT

Well-targeted anti-poverty outlays and social safety transfers are essential ingredients of a comprehensive poverty reduction strategy. While anti-poverty public expenditures are essential for improving human capabilities, reducing income inequalities, and ensuring greater participation of the poor in the process of economic development, social safety transfers are necessary for creating an environment in which the most vulnerable segments of society are protected from the social and political costs of economic and structural reforms. The effectiveness of such outlays relies not only upon their levels but also their quality. Therefore, pro-poor public expenditures must be regularly monitored to improve their efficiency and impact.

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Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Draft Annual Progress Report 2005-06
06-02-2007
Progress Report for the Third Quarter of Year 2005-06
04-08-2006
Progress Report for the Second Quarter of Year 2005-06
27-04-2006
First Quarter Progress Report, FY 2005-06
05-01-2006
Annual Progress Report, FY 2004-05
20-10-2005
Third Quarter Progress Report, FY 2004-05
05-07-2005
Second Quarter Progress Report, FY 2004-05
08-04-2005
First Quarter Progress Report, FY 2004-05
31-12-2004
Fourth Quarter Progress Report, FY 2003-04 (Full Year Progress Report)
30-09-2004
Third Quarter Progress Report, FY 2003-04
30-09-2004
Second Quarter Progress Report, FY 2003-04
30-06-2004
First Quarter Progress Report, FY 2003-04
31-12-2003
Fourth Quarter Progress Report, FY 2003 (Full Year Progress Report)
30-09-2003
First Report on Intermediate Social Outcomes
17-07-2003
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