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Reducing poverty on a global scale: learning and innovating for development
 
Author:Moreno-Dodson, Blanca [editor]; Country:Lao People's Democratic Republic; China;
Date Stored:2005/09/28Document Date:2005/01/01
Document Type:PublicationISBN:0-8213-6362-x
Language:EnglishRel. Proj ID:CN-China'S Experience In Developing Capacity -- -- P098505;LA-Distilling Lessons From Nam Theun 2 -- -- P098657;CN-China'S Experience In Capacity Development -- -- P105801;
Region:East Asia and PacificReport Number:33686
SubTopics:Poverty Assessment, Rural Poverty Reduction, Poverty Monitoring & Analysis, Environmental Economics & Policies, Pro-Poor GrowthVolume No:1 of 1

Summary: Capturing the findings from the Shanghai Global Learning Initiative, Reducing Poverty on a Global Scale attempts to contribute to the broader existing knowledge on poverty reduction and the effectiveness of aid. The objective is to enlighten development practitioners about observed achievements towards reducing poverty and the factors behind them. Each of the chapters extracts implementation lessons learnt from a subset of case studies prepared along different poverty dimensions, focusing on such factors as the role of commitment and leadership, institutional innovation, learning and experimentation, and external catalysts. Instead of recommending particular solutions or best practices, the book distills key findings from the strategically selected examples and weaves them into a topical narrative.

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