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Participation in Poverty Assessments

ANALYTICAL SKILLS ANALYTICAL WORK BENEFICIARY ASSESSMENT CIVIL SOCIETY COLLABORATION COMMUNITY LEVEL CONSULTATION CONVENTIONAL ANALYSIS COUNTRY POVERTY ASSESSMENTS DATA GATHERING DECISIONMAKING DEVELOPMENT WORKERS DONOR AGENCIES EMPLOYMENT EXERCISES FIELD WORK FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOOD INSECURITY GROUP INTERVIEWS HOUSEHOLD LEVEL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSEHOLD SURVEY RESULTS HOUSING IN-COUNTRY CAPACITY INCOME INCOME GENERATION INFORMAL SAFETY INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT LENDING PROGRAM LIVELIHOODS LOCAL RESEARCHERS MANAGEMENT TRAINING MANAGERS MARKETING NATIONAL SCALE NGO NUTRITION PARTICIPATORY METHODS PARTICIPATORY POVERTY PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENTS POLICY ANALYSIS POLICY CHANGE POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY DOCUMENT POLICY IMPACT POLICY IMPLICATIONS POLICY RELEVANCE POOR HOUSEHOLDS POSITIVE FEEDBACK POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY ASSESSMENT POVERTY ASSESSMENTS POVERTY ISSUES POVERTY LINE POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY REDUCTION PPA PRIORITY AREAS PROGRAMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC POLICY QUALITATIVE INFORMATION QUALITATIVE RESEARCH QUANTITATIVE DATA REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE RESEARCH AGENDA RESEARCH INSTITUTES RESEARCH RESULTS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SCHOOLS SERVICE PROVIDERS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL GROUPS SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL SCIENTISTS STATISTICAL ANALYSIS STATISTICAL OFFICE TARGETED INTERVENTIONS TEAM MEMBERS WATER SUPPLY WORKERS POVERTY ASSESSMENTS POVERTY MITIGATION POVERTY REDUCTION STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION STATISTICAL ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY BENEFICIARY ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION BY BANK RESEARCH DESIGN PARTICIPATORY METHODS
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Washington, DC
Latin America & Caribbean | Africa | Peru | Cameroon | Zambia | Kenya | Kenya
2012-08-13T15:40:21Z | 2012-08-13T15:40:21Z | 1995-06

The Bank ' s approach to country poverty assessments (PAs) is increasingly stressing the involvement of stakeholder groups, with the aim of building in-country capacity to address the problems of the poor. The participation of government and other institutional stakeholders in all aspects of the work increases sensitivity to poverty issues, enhances analytical skills, and builds allegiance to the measures proposed for poverty reduction. In addition, conventional statistical analysis is complemented by qualitative information from participatory social assessments, known as " PPAs, " which reveal the concerns voiced by the poor. Some early lessons for task managers have already emerged from this experience.

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