A review of World Bank participatory poverty assessments : consultations with the poor

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A review of participatory poverty assessment made by the World Bank. Poverty is discussed from the perspective of the poor, followed by a study of poor people's experience with the state, and their interaction with civil society. The household as a key social instiution is examined and gender issues are also considered. Social fragementation is considered specifically relating to widows and also to the policy. The report concludes with policy recommendations.

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Prepared for the Global Synthesis Workshop, September 22 - 23, 1999, Poverty Group, PREM, World Bank
226 p.
World Bank
Patti Petesch, PRMPO, The World Bank, MC4-590, 1818 H Street, NW, Washington, DC 20433, USA
Washington, DC
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D : Poverty 3665