A Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA) was launched in 2004 as part of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s efforts to create a national ‘Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper’ (PRSP). Because the PPA’s coverage was one of the DRC’s most extensive survey efforts - including all eleven provinces, 94 of its 95 territories, 470 local sites, and involving more than 35,750 people and groups in a participatory analysis of poverty - the PPA information is now an important national resource.
Designed for policy and program use, this PPA Report aims to ensure that the government can effectively hear and act on the voices of the Congo people.
Anon. Participatory Analysis of Poverty in the DRC. National Report. (2006) 126 pp.