4 edition of Linking participatory poverty assessments to policy and policymaking found in the catalog.
Linking participatory poverty assessments to policy and policymaking
2001 by World Bank, East Asia and Pacific Region, Hanoi Country Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2526, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2526.|
|Contributions||World Bank. Vietnam Country Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002616106|
In it the Pope underscored the importance of justice, peace, and development by declaring that "development is the new name of peace". There was also a widening of the income gap between the poorer three northern provinces, and that of the richest around Ho Chi Minh City. There maybe a pocket-full of empirical evidence on gender and sustainable energy available for research consumption in the past years but most remained undigested and the structured framework to identify links between the two remains weak. The paper presents the conceptual rationale for considering "gender" as a critical dimension of development and discusses the limitations of an analytical and policy framework in which gender is not explicitly addressed. CBMS can help reduce that time and fill in gaps.
It is therefore not surprising that CBMS has developed into an indispensable tool for local government planners and policymakers. The final research framework covered the following areas of investigation In countries where women have a significant voice in the national process and can bring pressure regarding issues of essential services, community security etc. Later, women were perceived by these energy sectors as consumers of their services whose views began to be significant for two primary reasons: 1 to extract new ideas from pertaining to new energy sources, and 2 to ascertain a definite market who could be both consumers and promoters of their new energy innovations such as improved stoves or other renewable energy technologies. Energy policy frameworks and approaches fail to be applicable in gender theories and the Millennium Development Goals.
The advent of communication sciences in the s included recognition of the field as an academic discipline, led by Daniel LernerWilbur Schramm and Everett Rogers. International commitments to meeting the Millennium Development Goals MDGs has made it imperative that countries collect reliable and timely information to monitor progress and develop comprehensive strategies and programs to meet these goals. Flor, Ph. This institutional complexity of civil society — the consultative process is healthy, but is still at an early governance environment — which while still stage, and its real impact will not be measurable for dominated by structures tied to the Party and some time. The Poverty Working Group now supports the government in drafting its poverty reduction strategy. His research interests include public policy, institutional economics, and poverty analysis.
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The pilot also enabled the team to evaluate the indicators and validate the information collected and processed by other agencies. The movements also drew on local traditions of poetry, theater and music.
The gains are time. So-called Public Information Campaigns were government-sponsored public fairs in remote areas that presented entertainment along with information on social and developmental schemes. This method was developed by the World Bank We propose that by paying attention to these aspects of policy making, we will be able to better understand, influence, and predict policy making in contexts outside of Europe and North America.
What was different about those PPAs that led their findings to be brought into local, and national policy debates, as previous findings had not been? Table 1. Globalization and the permeability of national frontiers by multinational media limited the impact of policy in most countries.
Women need what any producers need, but factor and product markets may operate more imperfectly for women. These are just a few examples of what can be achieved when communities and governments have current, accurate data on which to base their planning — data provided by implementing the Community-Based Monitoring System CBMS described in this book.
The data provided by the surveys has also enabled local governments to obtain resources from donors for development projects. Consequently, they were not institutionalized into more sustainable local systems within government. I imagined various configurations in these moments — using raw OCR, including the entirety of articles for users to sift through, using only imagery to preserve nuances of the material — but ultimately our impetus to craft the right user experience for our perceived audience reigned supreme, and we made more than a few quick and dirty shortcuts to get to a presentable prototype.
The difference seems to be a matter of semantics and not ideology since the end goals of these global organizations are almost identical to each other.
This to the poverty reduction strategy by providing trend is likely to accelerate as the government seeks significant funding this work.
But despite efforts to measure, describe, and analyze poverty, understanding it through the eyes of the poor continues to elude many policymakers and planners. As a next step, I hope to share my learnings with my peers and encourage other budding data scientists to spend time with the collections and imagine their own new and exciting applications of our Library.
Broadcasts adopted indigenous languages to reach larger audiences. The team designed a simple Household Profile Questionnaire that used minimum basic needs indicators already present in many of the existing survey forms, but also included other key poverty indicators.
A concept note outlining the main The central theme was poverty with Vietnam: messages of the CAS formed the basis of this Attacking Poverty as the main documentand how to consultation, and the final CAS was published Some of the most mass organisationsor a settled view of the status important input to the seminal report Vietnam — and role of such bodies within Vietnamese society.
Descriptions of how the system has been adapted in different countries point to its flexibility and to the various purposes it can and does serve.
They pioneered participatory and educational approaches to empowering the marginalised.
Television and radio played a complementary role in the dissemination of literacy training programs. Quebral  gave a succinct characterization: They understand the process of development, the process of communication, and the environment in which the two processes interact.Phase 5, intervention alignment and administrative and policy assessment, involves "intervention matching, mapping, and patching" to determine which program components and activities are needed to target the factors identified in the previous stages and determining whether or not the program has the policy, organizational and administrative.
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Box 4 Monitoring in Tanzania: Use of Participatory Poverty Assessments. The Research and Analysis Working Group is undertaking in-depth research studies to identify the trends behind the statistics.
A core element of their work takes the form of successive rounds of Participatory Poverty Assessments (PPAs) in 30 different localities. Development communication policy science take off from development theory that which it says that policy recommendation becomes an engine to the process of social change (Servaes, ).
The concept of development communication policy science has reference to the following: a) Diffusion model which enunciates that 'that the role of. Linking participatory poverty assessments to policy and policymaking experience from Vietnam / Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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