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Poverty Reduction Action Plan

Valentino Shal & Jacqueline Dragone; Government of Belize Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Belize March 2014 Policy document

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The Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) Programme is funded through the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and contributes to the reduction of poverty in targeted communities through the provision of infrastructure and livelihood enhancement services in participating countries. Since its inception approximately 33 years ago, BNTF has played a vital role in assisting participating governments in poverty reduction efforts through the provision of basic infrastructure and social services in poor and vulnerable communities.

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Poverty Reduction Action Plan
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