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Grenada's Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS), 2014-2018

Government of Grenada Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Grenada 1 January 2014 Policy document policy, social development

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The 2013-2018 GPRS will act as the framework through which the actions and interventions of my Government and our development partners can be situated to achieve the greatest impact, while providing a benchmark for continuous monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of our actions in addressing the challenges of job creation, poverty reduction and economic growth.

1. Grenada at the cross-roads
2. Economic performance and poverty in Grenada
3. Antecedent GPR approaches as building blocks
4. Sowing the seeds of a GPRS - A conceptual framework
5. Getting the macro-economic fundamentals right
6. Transforming grenada
7. Implementation, monitoring and evaluation

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