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Madagascar : Development Policy Review, Sustaining Growth for Enhanced Poverty Reduction - Technical annex

ACTIVITIES AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AIR ANNUAL CHANGE ANNUAL GROWTH ANNUAL GROWTH RATE AVERAGE GROWTH AVERAGE INCOME AVERAGE LEVEL DEPENDENT VARIABLE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT GOALS DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT POLICY DISAGGREGATED LEVEL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC DECLINE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC SECTORS ECONOMIC SITUATION ECONOMIC VALUE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS EXPENDITURES EXTREME POVERTY FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARMS FISHERIES FISHING FOOD BASKET FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD INDUSTRY FORMAL LABOR MARKET GLOBAL MARKETS GROWTH RATE GROWTH RATES HEADCOUNT INDEX HEADCOUNT RATIO HEALTH CENTER HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH SERVICES HIGH GROWTH HIGH POVERTY HOUSEHOLD HEAD IMMUNIZATION IMPORTS INCOME INCOME EFFECT INCOME LEVEL INCOME LEVELS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL SECTOR INFANT MORTALITY INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMAL SECTOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE ISOLATION LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LABOR SUPPLY LAND USE LIVING STANDARDS MANUFACTURING SECTOR MEDICINES MEDIUM TERM MIGRANTS MIGRATION MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL POVERTY PARTNERSHIP PATIENTS PER CAPITA EXPENDITURE PER CAPITA INCOME POLICY REVIEW POOR GROWTH POOR HOUSEHOLDS POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY GAP POVERTY HEADCOUNT POVERTY INDICATORS POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY LINE POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY RATE POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY TRENDS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRO-POOR PRO-POOR GROWTH PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PUPILS QUALITY OF LIFE RAPID GROWTH REDUCED POVERTY REFORM PROGRAMS RURAL AREAS RURAL ECONOMY RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL POOR RURAL POPULATION RURAL POVERTY SAFETY SCHOOLS SECTOR POLICY SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE SECTOR SKILLED WORKERS SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL SERVICES SPILLOVERS STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE UNEMPLOYMENT UNSKILLED LABOR URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN POOR URBAN POVERTY WAGE DIFFERENTIALS WAGES
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Madagascar
2012-06-20T20:35:29Z | 2012-06-20T20:35:29Z | 2005-05

The country's approach to poverty reduction is outlined in the 2003 Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper, and draws on a development approach in which growth and poverty reduction are mutually reinforcing. Three areas of focus are identified in the PRSP: (1) restoration of law and improvements in governance; (2) promotion of broad-based growth; and (3) promotion of systems for establishing human and material security. The DPR presents Madagascar's development policy agenda in an integrated framework within which issues of policy consistency, priorities, and sequencing could be addressed. This DPR focuses on growth and growth strategy. It highlights the main structural and institutional impediments to achieving sustained growth and the factors constraining the ability of the poor to participate in economic growth. Emphasis is put on issues and sectors that contribute directly to growth: private sector development issues, including the availability of credit; elements of competitiveness such as infrastructure and education; and issues in sectors considered sources of growth. While the impact of government policy on poverty i s most directly felt through public expenditure and service delivery, these are dealt with in great detail in the accompanying PER, and will only be touched upon here in the context of government's growth strategy. Finally, the DPR identifies the main sources of vulnerability of the country.

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