Kenya : Poverty Reduction Strategy Annual Progress Report: 2004/2005

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Release Date: © May, 2007
ISBN : 978-1-45182-116-1
Stock #: 1KENEA2007002
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This paper examines Kenya’s Poverty Reduction Strategy annual progress report. The Investment Program for the Economic Recovery Strategy is Kenya’s medium-term strategy to foster economic growth and reduce poverty. Poverty is defined as the inability to command resources and is a multidimensional phenomenon, a characteristic that makes those afflicted face multiple deprivations owing to interactions of economic, political, and social processes. The government envisages strengthening the macroeconomic framework, a more responsible fiscal policy stance, and the unleashing of private sector participation and investment.

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Economic development , Economic sectors , Investment , Public sector




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