Senegal : poverty reduction strategy paper /

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Corporate author / creator:International Monetary Fund, author.
Imprint:Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, [2013]
©2013
Description:1 online resource (84 pages).
Language:English
Series:IMF country reports ; 13/194
IMF country report ; no. 13/194.
Subject:Poverty -- Senegal.
Economic history.
Economic policy.
Poverty.
Senegal -- Economic policy.
Senegal -- Economic conditions.
Senegal.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12502162
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ISBN:9781475558500
1475558503
9781475541762
ISSN:2227-8907
Notes:Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed September 28, 2013).
Summary:This paper on Senegal's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper discusses the economic, social, and environmental performance of policies, the political and institutional environment, and the constraints weighing on its growth as well as the challenges to be addressed. The shortage of basic infrastructure, especially in the rural areas, is due to elevated costs and low investments. This is compounded by the high cost of individual sanitation infrastructure, the poverty of households, and the limited resources of local communities. The investment rate that sometimes reaches interesting levels remained constant at an average of around 22 percent, in real terms.
Other form:Print Version: 9781475558500
Standard no.:10.5089/9781475558500.002
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Contents; Introduction: General economic and social policy context; Chapter I: Economic and social diagnosis; 1.1. Population and access to basic social services; 1.1.1 Demographic trend and factors of social exclusion; 1.1.2. Inadequate access to basic social services; 1.2. Growth and monetary poverty; 1.2.1. Economic growth profile; 1.2.2. Incidence of poverty; 1.3 Institutions and roles of actors; 1.4 Structural constraints; 1.4.1. Low productivity; 1.4.2. Underdeveloped human capital; 1.4.3. Insufficient access to financing; 1.5 Major challenges.
  • 1.5.1. Good Governance and Rule of Law1.5.2. Preservation and restoration of natural resources; 1.5.3. Profile of entrepreneurship and jobcreation; Chapter II : Strategy for Economic and Social Development 2013-2017; 2.1. Challenges; 2.1.1. Public policy efficiency; 2.1.2. Viability of the macroeconomic framework; 2.1.3. Demographic window of opportunity; 2.2 Vision and intervention strategy for the 2013-2017 period; 2.3 Strategic objectives; 2.3.1. PILLAR 1 : Growth, productivity and wealth creation; 2.3.2. PILLAR 2: Human capital, social protection and sustainable development.
  • 2.3.3. PILLAR 3: Governance, institutions, peace and securityChapter III. Implementing and monitoring-evaluation; 3.1 Financing the Strategy; 3.1.1. Financial planning and linkage with the national budget; 3.1.2. Mobilization of financial resources; 3.2 Monitoring and evaluation of public policies; 3.2.1 Mechanism to monitor and evaluate the Strategy; 3.2.2 Actors, appropriation and mutual responsibility; 3.2.3 Monitoring and evaluation indicators; 3.3 Risks linked to the implementation of the NSESD.