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Strategic Communication in Poverty Reduction Strategies & PRSPs

The PRSP process aims at fostering an open and inclusive national dialogue among stakeholders in
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order to ensure effective participation and ownership of the strategy. The strategic use of communication concepts and tools can help establish ownership and ensure accountability by stimulating public debate around PRSP through sharing and dissemination of information and knowledge at all levels of society. In addition, a comprehensive strategic communication approach would ensure a two-way flow of information, use the watchdog role of media, establish momentum and manage expectations for better PRSP outcomes.

Resources

Events

"Monitoring Poverty Reduction Strategies: Leadership, Budget Links, and the Role of Communication", Cape Town, June 21 - 22, 2007.

"Deepening Voice & Accountability to Fight Poverty: A Dialogue of Communication Implementers", OECD Headquarters, Paris, March 30-31, 2006

"Strategic Communication for Poverty Reduction: Experiences from PRSPs and Development Programs", Stockholm, March 9, 2004

"Strategic Communication in Sector Wide Approaches", Mr. Erik IIIes and Mr. Ingemar Gustafsson, Sida

Seminar on "Strategic Communication in PRSP", London, November 2002

CIS-7 Poverty Forum at Almaty, December 2002

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Last updated: 2007-12-10




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