Nicaragua: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper

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International Monetary Fund, Jan 3, 2006 - Business & Economics - 189 pages
This Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper for Nicaragua reports that the most pressing demand for the majority of Nicaraguans is employment generation and economic growth. The National Development Plan (NDP) gives priority to actions that improve the investment climate and promote productive development—considering the competitive potential of the territories—giving a better position to Nicaragua in the trading world through increased foreign investment. The NDP establishes a more effective regulatory framework, and promotes competition and a legal framework that guarantees property rights and lowers domestic transaction costs.
 

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Contents

Acronyms and Abbreviations
Executive Summary
Introduction
Citizen Participation
Evolution of Poverty and NDP Goals
Economic Growth for Poverty Reduction
Development of Human Capital and Social Protection
Public Investments for the Productive Development of Human Capital
Fiscal Indicators
Poverty Spending and Financing50
Use of HIPC relief
Progress in the Implementation of Policies and Programs
Regulatory framework and paperwork procedures
Financial services
Rural development
Investment in Human Capital

Water sanitation health and education
Housing
Governance and State Reform
Macroeconomic Program
Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation
Annex 1
Annex 2 Redefinition of Poverty Spending
2 Analysis
3 Redefinition
32 New approach
33 Main criteria
Direct impact
Institutional strengthening
34 Projections
Annex 3 The Poverty Map Social Marginality and Territorial Economic Potential41
policies based on the Poverty Map
The map of migration
Situation reflected in the 7th Population Census of 1995
The Index for Social Marginalization
Composition of the ISM
Territorial distribution of economic activities
Mechanisms for territorial economic promotion
Annex 4 III Progress Report for the SGPRS
Policy and Reforms 48
Health and nutrition
Water and sanitation
Protection of Vulnerable Groups
Governance
Transparency
Citizen participation
Crosscutting Themes
Environment and ecological vulnerability
Intermediate Indicators
Education
Health
Water and Sanitation
Supplementary Social Fund FSS
National System for Public Investments SNIP
Integrated System for Financial Management and Auditing SIGFA
National System for FollowUp to Development Indicators SINASID
Evaluation of Programs and Projects
Evaluation of the Automatic Passing Policy
Health
Evaluation of the health policy 19972001
Social Protection
Poverty Social Impact Analysis PSIA
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