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Sixth Five Year Plan FY2011-FY2015: Accelerating Growth and Reducing Poverty

Republic of Bangladesh Ministry for Planning Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Bangladesh 31 December 2011 Policy document community, health promotion, strategy

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The Sixth Five Year Plan is to develop strategies, policies and institutions that allow Bangladesh to accelerate growth and reduce poverty. An essential pre-requisite for rapid reduction of poverty is to attain high economic growth such that it provides the foundations for sustainable productive employment and incomes for the growing Bangladeshi labor force.

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