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The political dimensions of poverty reduction - the case of Zambia

Selected papers from a recent conference


Conference on Zambia's PRSP

Hosted by the Department of Development Studies at the University of Zambia and University of Duisberg-Essen

Mulungushi Conference Centre, Lusaka, 9-11 March 2005

SARPN gratefully acknowledges permission from the organisers of the conference to post these presentations.
Revised versions will be published in book form later this year.
More details on the conference and the planned proceedings can be obtained from Dr Walter Eberlei at e-mail: walter.eberlei@uni-duisburg.de

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  • Good governance and poverty reduction: the African experience
    - Fantu Cheru
    View paper - 288Kb ~ 2 min


  • The same old wine in the same old bottles? Content, process and donor conditionalities of the PRSP
    - Venkatesh Seshamani
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  • Donor politics in Zambia: promoting poverty reduction or fuelling neopatrimonialism?
    - Walter Eberlei, University of Duisburg-Essen
    View paper - 129Kb ~ 1 min (8 pages)


  • The nexus between public resources management reforms and neo-patrimonial politics
    - Fred Mutesa, University of Zambia
    View paper - 81Kb < 1min (23 pages)


  • The creation of an enabling environment for poverty reduction - can Zambia's political system deliver the goods?
    - Peter Meyns, University of Duisburg-Essen
    View paper - 79Kb < 1min (24 pages)


  • Political participation of civil society organisations: a vehicle for fighting poverty and challenging neopatrimonial practices?
    - Dr. Bruce Imboela, University of Zambia and Dr. Beatrix Waldenhof, University of Duisburg-Essen
    View paper - 34Kb < 1min


  • Implementing the PRSP in agriculture: the FSP and poverty reduction in Kaoma district
    - Dr. Bruce Imboela, University of Zambia
    View paper - 33Kb < 1min


  • Tourism and poverty reduction in the context of PRSP in Zambia
    - Crispin Matenga, University of Zambia
    View paper - 26Kb < 1min


  • Politics and the PRS approach in Southern Africa
    - Benjamin Roberts, HSRC/SARPN
    View paper - 466Kb ~ 3 min


  • The politics of revising the PEAP/PRSP in Uganda
    - Richard Ssewakiryanga, Ministry of Finance, Uganda
    View paper - 140Kb ~ 1 min


  • The politics of targetting the poor: poverty and safety nets in the Zambian PRSP process
    - Neo Simutanyi, University of Zambia
    View paper - 58Kb < 1min


  • Some summary findings and questions
    - Benjamin Roberts, HSRC/SARPN
    View paper - 116Kb ~ 1 min




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