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Pakistan [electronic resource] : Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2004.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 04/24.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 04/24
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (152 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to health care.
Access to reproductive health services.
Access to services.
Adolescent girls.
Adult literacy.
Availability of contraceptives.
Availability of water.
Birth.
Birth attendants.
Birth weight.
Births.
Child care.
Child health.
Child malnutrition.
Child mortality.
Childhood education.
Civil service reforms.
Classroom construction.
Community development.
Completion rate.
Completion rates.
Compulsory education.
Compulsory primary education.
Contraception.
Contraceptive.
Contraceptive prevalence.
Contraceptive prevalence rate.
Contraceptives.
Crisis centers.
Curricula.
Disabled persons.
Disadvantaged groups.
Distance education.
Dropout rates.
Early childhood education.
Early intervention.
Education sector.
Educational facilities.
Elementary education.
Enrollment rate.
Enrollment rates.
Enrolment rate.
Enrolment rates.
Enrolment ratio.
Entrepreneurial skills.
Family life.
Family planning.
Family planning methods.
Family planning services.
Family planning survey.
Family welfare.
Fee waivers.
Female teachers.
Fertility.
Fertility rate.
Formal basic education.
Formal education.
Free textbooks.
Gender disparity.
Gender equality in education.
Gender inequalities.
Gender inequality.
Gender issues.
Gender mainstreaming.
Gross enrollment.
Gross enrollment rates.
Gross enrolment.
Gross enrolment ratio.
Gross primary enrolment.
Health care.
Health education.
Health policy.
Health service.
Health services.
Health status.
Hiv.
Hiv/aids.
Immunization program.
Infant mortality.
Infant mortality rate.
Learning achievements.
Libraries.
Literacy centers.
Literacy programs.
Live births.
Living standards.
Married women.
Maternal death.
Maternal health.
Maternal health care.
Maternal mortality.
Maternal mortality rate.
Maternal mortality ratio.
Midwife.
Midwives.
Mortality rate.
Mortality rates.
Mother.
Mothers.
National education.
Needs assessment.
Net enrolment ratio.
New entrants.
Non-formal education.
Number of children.
Old age.
Population growth.
Population growth rate.
Population growth rates.
Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers.
Pregnancies.
Pregnancy.
Pregnancy complications.
Pregnant women.
Prenatal care.
Preventive health care.
Primary completion.
Primary completion rate.
Primary education.
Primary enrollment.
Primary enrollment rates.
Primary gross enrollment.
Primary gross enrollment rate.
Primary health care.
Primary levels.
Primary school.
Primary school age.
Primary school enrollment.
Primary schooling.
Primary schools.
Primary teacher.
Primary teacher certificate.
Private partnerships.
Private schooling.
Public expenditure.
Public health.
Public institutions.
Pupil-teachers.
Quality of infrastructure.
Ratio of girls to boys in primary.
Reducing illiteracy.
Replacement level.
Reproductive behavior.
Reproductive health.
Reproductive health programs.
Reproductive health service.
Reproductive health services.
Reproductive services.
Risk taking.
School curriculum.
School enrollment.
School improvement program.
School teachers.
Service delivery.
Service delivery improvement.
Service providers.
Service users.
Sexually transmitted infections.
Special education.
Special needs.
Stis.
Student assessment.
Student dropout.
Student learning.
Supply of contraceptives.
Surgery.
Teacher absenteeism.
Teacher education.
Teacher training.
Teaching materials.
Technical education.
Total fertility rate.
Training centers.
Training programs.
Twin.
Universal primary completion.
Universal primary education.
Unwanted pregnancies.
Violence against women.
Vocational rehabilitation.
Vocational skills.
Vocational training.
Pakistan.
Summary:
To stimulate private sector credit expansions in Pakistan, the monetary policy has been accommodative while financial sector reforms have brought about a lowering of intermediation costs and bank spreads. Consequently, the weighted average lending rates have declined from 14.6 percent in June 1999 to 7.58 percent in June 2003. Likewise, the weighted average 6-month T-bills yield has declined from 10.60 percent in June 1999 to 1.66 percent in June 2003. Considerable progress has been made in terms of creating a legal and institutional framework.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1451830467:
9781451830460
ISSN:
1934-7685
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451830460.002
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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