Understanding the context of institutions and policy processes for selected anti-poverty interventions in Bangladesh

Abstract

This paper reviews the background and history of agricultural technology interventions and the policy processes underlying food-based and cash-based education incentive programmes in Bangladesh, their targeting mechanisms and performance, and their evolution over time. The study reviews similarities and differences among these anti-poverty interventions according to their pro-poor orientation, attention to gender issues, extent of involvement of other partners, attention to sustainability, and the use of research and evaluation to inform organisational change.

Citation

Ahmed, A.; Khondkar, M.; Quisumbing, A.R. Understanding the context of institutions and policy processes for selected anti-poverty interventions in Bangladesh. Journal of Development Effectiveness (2011) 3 (2) 175-192. [DOI: 10.1080/19439342.2011.570448]

Understanding the context of institutions and policy processes for selected anti-poverty interventions in Bangladesh

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