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Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper
Prepared by the authorities of the Republic of Armenia
March 2001

Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (I-PRSPs), prepared by member countries, summarize the current knowledge and assessment of a country's poverty situation, describe the existing poverty reduction strategy, identifies gaps in poverty data, diagnotics, and monitoring capacity, and lay out the process for addressing these gaps and producing a fully developed Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper in a participatory fashion. This country document is being made available on the IMF website by agreement with the member country as a service to users of the IMF website.

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Table of Contents
  1. Introduction

  2. Poverty Assessment

  3. Main Pillars of the Poverty Reduction Strategy
    1. Sustainable and Equitable Economic Growth
    2. Public Administration and the Anti-Corruption Program
    3. Human Development
      C.1.  Health
      C.2.  Education
      C.3.  Social Protection: Labor Market, Social Insurance
                  and Safety Nets
      C.4.  The Earthquake Zone
      C.5.  Public Utilities
      C.6.  Environmental Protection

  4. Institutional Mechanisms for the Comprehensive PRSP
    1. Institutional Arrangements
    2. Measures to Strengthen Public Expenditure Management

  5. Three-Year Macroeconomic Framework

  6. Monitoring Indicators

Appendix 1. Policy Matrix
Appendix 2. Timetable for Preparation of the Full PRSP

Table 1. Macroeconomic Framework, 1998–2003
Table 2. Monitoring of indicators

Figure 1. GINI Coefficient in Several Transition Economies
Figure 2. Per Capita Net FDI in Transition Economies
Figure 3. Real GDP Developments

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