The Unique Face of Poverty in ZAMBIA . Valerie Kozel BBL Poverty Impact Analysis, Monitoring, and Evaluation October 17, 2006. Overview of Presentation . Context (matters a lot) PVA – Approach and Key Findings What were we trying to achieve? Were we successful? Policy Recommendations?
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BBL Poverty Impact Analysis, Monitoring, and Evaluation
October 17, 2006
PVA was designed and carried out in highly participatory fashion involving:
However: GRZ was not strongly vested in the work. Lack of clarity on specific GRZ counterpart agency, over-emphasis of CSO, ZAMSIF links
Broader focus – poverty, risk, vulnerability – was widely appreciated:
Overall, data suggest virtually no improvement in rural living conditions in 1990s.
According to the 2001-02 ZDHS, just under 16% of the adult population are HIV+. HIV/AIDS spread throughout Zambia, not just in high-risk populations.