Targeted Credit Programs and Rural Poverty in Bangladesh, Parts 63-336
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 52 pages
World Bank Discussion Paper No. 347. Describes the elements of health reform in Sierra Leone as the West African nation attempts to overhaul its health system and focus it on the neediest populations. To highlight the role of key stakeholders, the study reviews the actions proposed and taken for reforming a package of health services, organizing the provision of those services, and financing the health sector. The paper also identifies factors critical for success and concludes with an assessment of future prospects for reform of this crucial sector.
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alleviate poverty Bangladesh Krishi Bank borrow BRAC participants BRDB RD-12 participants BRDB RD-12 villages consumption credit programs Total Distribution of household economic graduation estimates extreme poverty FGT index fiscal GB participants Grameen Bank participants growth head-count Headcount ratio Hossain household assets household sustainability household welfare Incidence of moderate incidence of poverty income Karen Brooks Khandker length of program loan amount loans outstanding measures of poverty moderate poverty networth non-farm activities non-participants non-program areas non-target households Non-target Target Non-target Nontarget group number of loans participants 2-4 participating households participation status Total percent poor Poverty gap index poverty line Price program depth program duration program exposure program interventions Program participation length program participation status programs Total observations rural areas rural households rural non-farm savings ratio Sector status Total observations stop taking loans Sub-Saharan Africa Table target households Target Non-target Target Target nonparticipants targeted credit programs targeted programs Various studies World Bank worth ratio