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Cadre stratégique de lutte contre la pauvreté – Plan d’action 2006-2010 (Strategic Framework Against Poverty – Action Plan 2006-2010)

Government of Mauritania Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Mauritania October 2006 Policy document

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The vision of the Strategic Framework against poverty is based on four strategic areas identified in the past and which remain relevant: (i) accelerating growth and maintaining macroeconomic stability, (ii) anchoring growth in the economic sphere of the poor, (iii) the development of human resources and the expansion of basic services, and (iv) improving governance and capacity building. These themes will be supplemented and supported by a major new direction: strengthening the management, monitoring, evaluation and coordination.

La vision du Cadre stratégique de lutte contre la pauvreté se base sur les quatre axes stratégiques identifiés par le passé et qui demeurent pertinents : (i) l’accélération de la croissance et le maintien de la stabilité macro-économique, (ii) l’ancrage de la croissance dans la sphère économique des pauvres, (iii) le développement des ressources humaines et l’expansion des services de base, et (iv) l’amélioration de la gouvernance et le renforcement des capacités. Ces axes seront complétés et appuyés par une nouvelle orientation majeure : le renforcement du pilotage, du suivi, de l’évaluation et de la coordination.


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