The goal of the TA is to produce a comprehensive set of recommendation as to policy and administrative procedures reform that will be submitted by the DRC to the State Council so as to enable the Government to make further contributions to alleviating urban poverty. This Policy Recommendations Report will reflect consensus reached among the key ministries concerned as to actions regarding enhancing access to public goods (education, health care, housing, and employment services) by poor urban migrants. Such an outcome would represent a helpful step towards the creation of a national system of urban poverty alleviation and an integrated approach to resolving some of the systemic difficulties introduced by large-scale rural-urban migrant flow. If the recommendations are enacted, significant enhanced public goods access could follow and contribute to poverty containment or reduction in urban China.
Latest Project Documents
|Urban Poverty Strategy II: Consultants' Report||May 2008|
|Urban Poverty Strategy Study II||May 2008|
|Urban Poverty Strategy Study II (Financed by the Poverty Reduction Cooperation Fund)||Nov 2005|
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