DPG Tanzania

Poverty Policy Week 2013

25 - 27 November 2013; J.K. Nyerere Hall

Main Theme: Scaling Up Best Practices and Maximizing Potential Opportunities for Sustainable pro-poor and Inclusive Growth

Draft Program

Day 1 - 25/11

Opening Session

Opening Statement by NSA

DPG Opening Statement

Opening Statement, Deputy Minister of Finance (in Kiswahili)

Official Opening, H.E. Vice President (in Kiswahili)

Session 1: State of Poverty

2011/12 HBS Results - PPT by NBS
State of Tanzania Economy - PPT by POPC
MKUKUTA: achievements, challenges and prospects - PPT by MoF
MKUZA: achievements, challenges and prospects - PPT by MKUZA Secretariat
Economic Growth, Rural Growth and Poverty - PPT by REPOA
Accelerating Implementation of MDGs: The Millennium Village Program

Statement by DP GBS Chair

DP Commentary on the State of Poverty

Session 2: Growth beyond Agriculture

Beyond Agriculture - building linkages for the poor - PPT by MoAFSC
The  Role of Rural Electrification in Poverty Reduction - PPT by REA

Day 2 - 26/11

Session 3: Pro-Poor Growth

Pro-Poor Budget Allocations and Interventions - PPT by MoF
The Role of Insurance in Poverty Reduction - PPT by TIRA
Economic Empowerment to Reduce Poverty - Paper by NEEC
Scaling up Best Practices in MSMEs Financing - Village Community Banks - PPT by SEDIT

Session 4: Social Protection

Social Protection - PPT by MoHSW
Productive Social Safety Net - PPT by TASAF
Social Security in Tanzania - PPT by SSRA

SP for Individual and National Development - PPT by NHIF

Day 3 - 27/11

Session 5: Big Results Now

BRN Overview - PPT by PDB

Session 6: Contribution of Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship to growth and poverty reduction

Contribution of Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship to growth and poverty reduction - PPT by COSTECH
Business Development Gateway - PPT by TPSF
Skills and Job Creation - PPT by VETA

Closing Session

DPG Closing Remarks

Closing Statement by Deputy Minister of Finance (in Kiswahili)

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