Benin: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper—2005 Progress Report

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International Monetary Fund, Apr 7, 2008 - Business & Economics - 70 pages
This Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) was developed based on a long participatory process based on an institutional mechanism involving all socioeconomic development actors in the country. The annual review of the PRSP seeks to assess the results achieved in the implementation of the poverty reduction strategy by analyzing the evolution of the performance indicators retained and the level of execution of the matrix of measures retained in the PRSP. This study is based on the reports of IMF staff's PRSP and information collected from government projects, program budget, and framework.
 

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Contents

SUMMARY TABLE OF INDICATORS
INTRODUCTION
I ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC POLICIES IN 2005
1211 The real economic growth rate
1212 Inflation rate in 2005
1214 The public debt service
1215 Balance of payments
1216 Trends in the money supply
1322 Literacy Rate
1323 Gross Rate of Admissions into Primary School GRA and percentage of girls registered in CI
1324 Teacherpupil ratio REM
1325 Number of children who have completed primary school
1326 Policies implemented to promote gender equality in education
1327 Initiative to promote actions to enroll and keep girls in school
1331 Drinking Water
1332 Latrines

1311 Maternal Mortality Rate
1312 Rate of use of health services
1314 HIV AIDS Prevalence rate among pregnant women during prenatal visits to health centers
1315 Prevalence of HIVAIDS by department and according to area of residence in 2005
1317 Trends in malnutrition15 in Benin and its impact
1318 Status of the fight against child trafficking in Benin
1321 The gross enrolment rate GER
1333 Energy
II PROGRESS REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PRSP MATRIX OF MEASURES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS IN 2005
III IMPLEMENTATION OF PRSP MONITORING AND EVALUATION MECHANISMS
V RECOMMENDATIONS
CONCLUSION
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