The Poverty Eradication Action Plan: A Summary Version
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, 2002 - Poor - 44 pages
The PEAP, Poverty Eradication Action Plan, is Uganda's national planning framework. It provides overall goals for government policy and programmes. The central message is pro-poor economic growth is essential for poverty eradication.
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Understanding Regulation: Theory, Strategy, and Practice
Robert Baldwin,Martin Cave,Martin Lodge
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The four pillars of PEAP and how they
Good governance and security
Increasing the ability of the poor
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accountability activities actors The key Agricultural Advisory Services Bank of Uganda benefit Budget process cent committees communities decentralisation development partners dimensions of poverty Disaster Management district donors Economic Development economic growth efficient encourage ensure ERADICATION ACTION PLAN exports farmers financial services governance and security Government will continue HSSP improve incomes increase infrastructure institutions Key actors Labour and Social land large numbers markets Medium Term Expenditure Members of Parliament Ministry of Finance Ministry of Gender monitoring needs NGOs output Parliament participate Participatory Poverty Assessment Partnership PEAP sets pillar planning and budgeting Planning and Economic Poor households poverty line poverty reduction Primary Education priorities private sector privatisation pro-poor production Public Accounts Committee quality of services reduce reform roads roles rural development rural electrification sector ministries sector plans sector programmes sector-wide Social Development spending stakeholders strengthening targets Term Expenditure Framework transparent water and sanitation