The Political Economy of Sustained Escapes from Poverty in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania

This paper examines the politics of poverty reduction in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Rwanda using the political settlements framework. It discusses the extent to which the political settlement prevailing in any country influences the consistency and quality of policy making and the success or failure of anti-poverty policies and initiatives

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RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABLE POVERTY ESCAPES IN RURAL KENYA - Country Report

The report investigates the resources (land, livestock, and assets), attributes (household composition and education level), and activities (including jobs and engagement in non-farm activities) of households that enable them to escape poverty sustainably and minimise the likelihood of returning to living in poverty again

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