pro-poor development

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Synonyms: développement favorable aux pauvres, d�veloppement favorable aux pauvres

The pursuit of pro-poor growth – sometimes called ‘shared’ or ‘inclusive’ growth – has been central to development thinking and practice in the 2000s. It reflects two concerns that emerged in the 1990s: one, that rates of growth in developing countries had to increase if they were ever to narrow the gap with the industrialised countries; and two, that poverty had to be reduced – a goal given concrete expression in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The pursuit of pro-poor growth ? sometimes called ?shared? or ?inclusive? growth ? has been central to development thinking and practice in the 2000s. It reflects two concerns that emerged in the 1990s: one, that rates of growth in developing countries had to increase if they were ever to narrow the gap with the industrialised countries; and two, that poverty had to be reduced ? a goal given concrete expression in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Broader terms:
sustainable developmentThe concept of sustainable development was introduced in the World Conservation Strategy (IUCN 1980) and had its roots in the concept of a sustainable society and in the management of renewable resources. Adopted by the WCED in 1987 and by the Rio Conference in 1992 as a process of change in ..., economic development, mainstreaming risks of adaptation

Narrower terms:
pro-poor policies

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