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Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper

 

 

Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers

Nationally-owned Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) are the basis of all concessional lending by the World Bank.

Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSP) describe a country's macroeconomic, structural and social policies and programs to promote growth and reduce poverty, as well as associated external financing needs. PRSPs are prepared by national governments through a participatory process involving civil society and development partners, including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

World Bank and IMF Joint Staff Assessments (JSAs) evaluate the soundness of PRSPs and thereby assist the Boards of the World Bank and IMF in judging whether PRSP provides a sound basis for assistance and debt relief.

 

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The first Tajikistan PRSP  was approved by the Parliament of Tajikistan in June 2002. The World Bank provides assistance in the form of advice, analytical background and training for PRSP preparation process and during implementation phase. In addition, the Grant of Multi-Donor Trust Fund for Capacity Building for Poverty Reduction Strategy in the amount of US$404,880 was approved to provide technical assistance to strengthen prioritization of sector expenditure, monitoring and evaluation of the PRSP implementation, and to improve dissemination and feedback to the PRSP. 

 

Download Tajikistan PRSP in English:

 

Tajikistan PRSP 2007-2009

Download the Russian Version:

PRSP(PDF 855 KB)

Resolution 
(PDF 87 KB)

Matrix(PDF 307 KB)

Map 
(PDF 68 KB)

Diagram(Excel 21 KB)

Table(Excel 22 KB)

Download PRSP Progress Reports and JSAs:

Joint IDA-IMF Staff Assessment of Tajikistan PRSP, November 2002

PRSP First Progress Report, March 2004

Joint IDA-IMF Staff Assessment of PRSP First Progress Report, June 2004

PRSP Second Progress Report, June 2005

Joint IDA-IMF Staff Advisory Note on PRSP Second Progress Report, November 2005

 


 



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