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This paper analyzes key findings of the second progress report on Malawi’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP). The second progress report has focused on assessing inputs, outputs, and to some extent outcomes of the implementation of the strategy. In terms of inputs, this report analyzes expenditure by pillars, protected pro-poor activities, and functional analysis of government expenditure pattern. The outputs and outcomes analysis are presented in the report by comparing the planned activities and their targets outlined in the strategy to the actual progress and targets achieved over the second year of the implementation period.
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Human Rights. Constraints and Challenges Most communities still ignorant of the constitution and their rights Legal redress institutions not easily accessible mostly in rural areas In ability to produce state party reports to UN human rights Committees and African Commission Inadequate financial support to implement human rights activities. Lack of appropriate means of communications, mobility and equipment. Inadequate trained personnel in the institutions to competently handle specialized areas of protection and promotion of human rights

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delivery/job creation) At least 10 per cent of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) recommendations implemented and preparation of 2008 state party report initiated To strengthen the implementation of programs aimed at achieving the objectives of the CRC. November 2007 MoG&D / line ministries and agencies Build various community recreational and resource centers in several communities throughout the country Supporting youth-based community reintegration programs April 2007 MoY&S / MoL; MPEA; FLY Strengthen and expand

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This paper discusses implementation of the Fifth National Development Plan (FNDP) in Zambia. The planning process of the FNDP integrated views from the Provincial and District Development Plans approved by the respective provincial and district level organs. The FNDP’s goals are multipronged. The government recognizes that wealth creation through sustained economic growth constitutes the most important element in poverty reduction and, consequently, a high premium is being placed on growth-stimulating interventions. The government also recognizes that redistributive policies do matter for reducing poverty and that growth and equity are not necessarily in conflict.
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This paper discusses implementation of the Fifth National Development Plan (FNDP) in Zambia. The planning process of the FNDP integrated views from the Provincial and District Development Plans approved by the respective provincial and district level organs. The FNDP’s goals are multipronged. The government recognizes that wealth creation through sustained economic growth constitutes the most important element in poverty reduction and, consequently, a high premium is being placed on growth-stimulating interventions. The government also recognizes that redistributive policies do matter for reducing poverty and that growth and equity are not necessarily in conflict.