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Reference: Tassew Woldehanna and Nicola Jones, (2006). How pro-poor Is Ethiopia's education expansion?.Citable link to this page:

 

How pro-poor Is Ethiopia's education expansion? Subtitle: A benefit incident analysis of education since 1995/96Series: Working Paper

Abstract: This paper assesses how the needs of children are incorporated in to Ethiopia’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)—known as the Ethiopian Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction Programme 2002-2005 (SDRDP) – and develops policy recommendations for the second PRSP based on a comparative content analysis with other countries’ PRSPs. The paper begins by identifying the key ingredients of a child-centred PRSP, including: consideration of childhood poverty in the document’s poverty analysis; spaces for consultation with children; child-specific policies and programmes as well as child-sensitive macro-development policies; institutionalized mechanisms to coordinate these policy approaches and the inclusion of child-related progress indicators. The second section uses a content analysis methodology to consider the extent to which the Ethiopian PRSP is pro-poor and pro-child and contrasts this to more child-sensitive approaches in other PRSPs. The paper then analyses the SDPRP����s policies, programmes and indicators using a rights-based framework. It assesses the extent to which both direct and indirect policies are keeping with the Convention on the Rights of the Child principles of child survival, development, protection, equal treatment and participation. The paper concludes by drawing on the best practices of PRSPs in other countries and outlining how a child-focused PRSP could more effectively address the multi-dimensionality of childhood poverty in Ethiopia.

Publication status:PublishedPeer Review status:Reviewed (other)Version:Updated Publisher's version

Bibliographic Details

Issue Date: 2006

Copyright Date: 2006 Identifiers

Isbn: 1-904427-24-3

Urn: uuid:6fb29b87-6f99-469f-b594-0c5efd51531a Item Description

Type: Working/Discussion paper;

Language: en

Version: Updated Publisher's versionKeywords: Ethiopia policy-influence policy implementation outcomes monitoringSubjects: Education Poverty Children and youth Tiny URL: ora:1590

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Autor: Dr Tassew Woldehanna - websitewww.younglives.org.uk institutionAddis Ababa University, Ethiopia researchGroupYoung Lives fundingD

Fuente: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:6fb29b87-6f99-469f-b594-0c5efd51531a



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