A Manual for Evaluating the Impact of Targeted Poverty Reduction Programmes
United Nations Publications, 2004 - Business & Economics - 68 pages
Targeted poverty reduction programmes provide income generation and employment opportunities for the poor. This manual was prepared for evaluating the impact of targeted poverty reduction programmes at local level and build capacities of local-level officials of government and NGOs for undertaking this task. It contains achievement indicators for income change, targeting, poverty reduction, efficiency in programme delivery, and financial sustainability of the programme. Using these achievement indicators, the manual provides guidelines on how to evaluate the impact of income and employment generating poverty reduction programmes.
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Selfemployment programmes and public works
Issues in evaluation
Development of achievement indicators
Percentage distribution of respondents
Income calculation from a buffalo
Income change indicator selfemployment
Aggregation of scores with multiple objectives
achievement indicators additional income additional tax revenue assets created Bangladesh base year income baseline survey beneficiary households cent computed consumer price index discounted income Efficiency in programme empowerment equation evaluate the impact evaluation of targeted example expenditure on PWP Financial sustainability index Foregone income gross income group indicator NIGI HCR0 headcount ratio impact evaluation income change indicator income gain income related group Indonesia IRGI joining the programme local-level officials Manual Microcredit national workshops net income non-income related group non-poor group number of beneficiaries operating cost poor group poverty line Poverty reduction indicator poverty reduction programmes price index programme delivery programme SEP public works programmes PWP asset quality index reference period related group indicator self-employment programmes SEPs and PWPs skill formation success in targeting targeted poverty reduction targeted programmes targeting the poor total household income Total number transaction costs user charges variable wage employment wage rate weighted average