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PARPA/PRSP AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN MOZAMBIQUE:
Challenges to national and international agents


Paper presented at the Conference on Poverty Reduction Strategy in Africa - a new imposed conditionality or a chance for a meaningful development policy?

Lusaka, Zambia (17/18th June, 2002)

CР№sar Palha de Sousa, Cruzeiro do Sul, 12/06/02

E-mail: csousaus@yahoo.com

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Table of Contents
 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.   Introduction
2.   Poverty in Mozambique
3.   PARPA as a PRSP for Mozambique
4.   How PARPA reflects focus on poverty reduction?
5.   How PARPA embodies the concept of national owned and a rolling plan?
6.   How is PARPA delivering?
7.   Is PARPA an imposed conditionality or an opportunity for development?
8.   Concluding remarks
9.   References


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