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Poverty Eradication Action Plan (2004/05) - 2007/08)

Republic of Uganda, International Monetary Fund Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Uganda 31 December 2004 Report plan

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The Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP) notes the following: the main structure of the Poverty Eradication Action Plan; pillars and priorities; role of the various actors; trends and patterns in poverty in Uganda; economic management; enhancing production, competitiveness and incomes; conflict resolution and disaster management; good governance; human development; public expenditure to implement the PEAP; monitoring and evaluation of the PEAP; and, PEAP results and policy matrix.


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