Burkina Faso [electronic resource] : Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2005.
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 05/338.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 05/338
Government document
1 online resource (133 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to drinking water.
Access to education.
Access to health services.
Access to healthcare.
Adequate nutrition.
Adult literacy.
Age groups.
Aids epidemic.
Aids orphans.
Annual inflation rate.
Balanced nutrition.
Basic education development.
Basic education services.
Basic needs.
Care centers.
Child health.
Child labor.
Child mortality.
Childhood development.
Children at risk.
Civic education.
Clean drinking water.
Community development.
Community teachers.
Completion rate.
Cultural values.
Demand for education.
Disadvantaged groups.
Domestic violence.
Early childhood.
Early childhood development.
Early learning.
Education services.
Educational attainment.
Enrollment of girls.
Enrollment ratio.
Fee waivers.
Food insecurity.
Food security.
Free textbooks.
Functional literacy.
Gender parity.
Gross enrollment.
Gross enrollment ratio.
Gross enrollment ratios.
Gross primary school enrollment.
Health care.
Higher enrollment.
Higher enrollment ratios.
Life expectancy at birth.
Literacy activities.
Literacy programs.
Literacy training.
Living conditions.
Living standards.
Net enrollment.
Net enrollment ratio.
New entrants.
Nonformal education.
Nongovernmental organizations.
Number of orphans.
Nutrition education.
Nutrition programs.
Nutritional status.
Police officers.
Police stations.
Post-primary education.
Poverty reduction interventions.
Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers.
Preschool education.
Preventive measures.
Primary education.
Primary grades.
Primary healthcare.
Primary school.
Primary school completion.
Primary school completion rate.
Primary school enrollment.
Primary school teachers.
Primary schooling.
Public expenditure.
Rehabilitation of infrastructure.
School attendance.
School enrollment.
School teachers.
Secondary education.
Sexually transmitted diseases.
Skills development.
Skills training.
Social groups.
Social mobilization.
Social protection.
Social services.
Street children.
Survival strategies.
Technical education.
Training activities.
Training centers.
Training programs.
Universal education.
Universal primary education.
Urban centers.
Vocational education.
Vocational training.
Vulnerable groups.
Young children.
Young people.
Youth groups.
Burkina Faso.
The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) on Burkina Faso explains economic growth and persistence. The government intends to strengthen the foundations of macroeconomic and financial stability, and enhance competitiveness in promising sectors. Success in meeting the expected objectives of economic growth hinges on the adoption of a competitive strategy for the national economy and a refocusing of economic policies toward better-targeted actions to guarantee a better impact on beneficiary populations. Regarding improvements to the participatory process, actions were undertaken to deepen dialogue and strengthen the coordination of interventions.
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