Integrating poverty and social analysis into Aid for Trade programmes: an overview

Abstract

This brief provides an overview on how to integrate poverty and social analysis into Aid for Trade programmes. Poverty and social analysis is the analysis of how the role, position and capabilities of different social and economic groups shape the opportunities, constraints and risks that they face. It is typically adopted to inform policy and programming decisions in order to maximise poverty reduction impact.

Citation

ODI, UK. Tips and tools for Aid for Trade, inclusive growthand poverty reduction, Brief 1, 8 pp.

Integrating poverty and social analysis into Aid for Trade programmes: an overview

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