« Home | New caribbean exam gets local endorsement But teac... » | Stretching the Lines of Cooperation for the CARICO... » | CSME and its Roll-out: Matters of Public Education... » | Agriculture and Poverty Reduction: Closing the Gap... » | Preliminary Overviews of Latin America and the Car... » | December, 17 - 10:12 AM Social security for domes... » | Social Exclusion and Political Participation: The ... » | The Growing Pain of HIV/AIDs and its Impacts on Ec... » | True education is a life-long process, says PM Car... » | Competitiveness and Regional Integration: Where ... » 

Monday, February 12, 2007 

In the Dominican Republic (DR): What Kinda Growth, and Where to?
The concerns raised by some stakeholders in the Dominican Republic (DR) vis-à-vis the current process of growth have been inflaming the debates about the government’s policies in its growth strategy.

As some issues liaised in the macro-economic framework have leveled serious inquiries about the relevance of targeted strategies to tackle poverty reduction; the implicit implications and outcomes embodied through concessional financing, and the integration of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) have been knocking on some doors, with the needs to depart from such an approach.
Thus, an overhaul of the current policies with the aims to better address and take into consideration reforms to design pro-poor policies, within the realms of income generation and reduction in inequality to benefit the poor, see here.

Links to this post

Create a Link

About me

  • I'm Em Asomba
  • From United States
My profile
Skype Me™!

Poverty & Social Development: A Caribbean Perspective is powered by Blogspot and Gecko & Fly.
No part of the content or the blog may be reproduced without prior written permission.
Join the Google Adsense program and learn how to make money online.