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MACROECONOMICS POLICIES FOR growth, employment and POVERTY REDUCTION in Yemen

Yemen is a "least developed country" (LDC) and has many of the features common to such economies, such as a very low per capita income, a high degree of vulnerability to external and internal shocks and a high prevalence of extreme poverty. more

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Socio-Economic assessment in Nahr el-Bared surrounding areas

This report presents the results of a field survey commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with the International Labor Organization (ILO). The preparation of the survey and report has been undertaken with the support of the Consultation and Researchmore

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2007 Annual Report: Capacity Development in Arab States

This report presents the strategy and framework for the programme’s activities in the Arab States Region in 2007. more

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Addressing Global Imbalances: A Development-Oriented Policy Agenda

This working paper uses a revived world trade and income model to examine three markedly difference scenarios of the world economy. It presents criticisms of the frist scenario " the consensus Growth Forecast" which is an optimistic scenario for future global growth utilized by U.S.more

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Advancing Child-Sensitive Social Protection

This is a joint statement of DFID, HelpAge International, Hope & Homes for Children, IDS, ILO, ODI, Save the Children UK, UNDP, UNICEF and the World Bank to build greater consensus on the importance of child-sensitive social protection. The statement emphasizes the importance of making policiesmore

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OUR WORK - Poverty Reduction

UNDP is committed to initiating and implementing poverty reduction projects and building capacity at the national level in the Arab Region. Such initiatives to tackle poverty are implemented within the framework of the strategies of Country Offices, and in collaboration with national and international partners including governments, civil society, and other United Nations agencies.

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