Benin: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper—2005 Progress Report
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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Abomey-Calavi achieved advance payment schemes Alibori amounted to CFAF Atacora Atlantique Benin Beninese billion at end-December billion in 2004 Borgou budget allocations Budget execution rate capital CFA Francs child trafficking Commitment rate compared with CFAF Cotonou Couffo current expenditures debt service decline deﬁned departments Donga end-December 2005 enrolment rate execution rate commitment FCFA ﬁght ﬁnanced gender girls govemment growth rate health centers HIPC households impact IMPLEMENTED IN 2005 improve increase of budget indicators investment expenditures latrines literacy Malaria malnutrition METFP MMEH money supply municipalities non-wage nutrition center Oueme Parakou Plateau policies implemented Porto-Novo poverty reduction primary school priority ministries priority social sector PRSP pupils rate commitment basis Rate of execution Rate of increase ratio recruited reduce reﬂects reproductive health revenue sector ministries MEPS signiﬁcant social sector ministries Source staff stood at CFAF strategy Table target teachers Total Trends Value Value women