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Friday, September 01, 2006 

Beyond the Numbers: Understanding the Institutions for Monitoring Poverty Reduction Strategies

In this publication by the World Bank, researchers examine the process of M&E in Poverty Reduction Strategies by stressing an emphasis upon the institutional arrangements behind PRS monitoring systems.

As a comprehensive approach for M&E in poverty reduction planning, this book is very informative for practitioners and compiles lessons, guidance, diagnostic tools and also comparative analyses for twelve country cases in their PRS approaches.

Author(s): Tara Bedi; Aline Coudouel; Marcus Cox; Markus Goldstein; Nigel Thornton

Year: 2006

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