One of the Government of Bangladesh's health policy objectives is to develop strategic options that provide for greater and more equitable resource allocation to the poor. This study provides technical documentation on the status of past and current resource allocations by geographic locations and programs. In addition, it introduces a new approach and techniques for administering a more objective, transparent, and easily applicable targeting scheme to deliver subsidies to the poor. The study reviews a number of poverty alleviation programs in the public and nongovernmental organization sectors, examines the methods and techniques used for identifying and targeting the poor, and defines the strengths and weaknesses of those programs.
|Editorial||The World Bank|
|Número de páginas||124|
|Estado||Publicada - dic. 2005|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|
|Nombre||Bangladesh development series|