PRSP monitoring systems should enable all stakeholders to gain information on progress made with the implementation of the strategies, and to use their influence within the political process to ensure that governments follow their strategy and transform it effectively into action and public expenditures. Monitoring systems are the precondition for maintaining a partnership amongst governments, national stakeholders, and international donors.
This study was initiated by Division 310 (Poverty Reduction, Social Development) of the BMZ, and was commissioned by the GTZ Mainstreaming Poverty Reduction Project in order to investigate, on the basis of five country studies, how monitoring systems are constructed in practice, how effective they are, and how donors can use the information they provide for shaping their programmes. Furthermore, the study is to examine how donors can support the development of monitoring systems.
Band 2: Länderstudien
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