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Such services, which have collectively benefited well over a half million people, target the poorest of the poor in part through a village-led, participatory poverty assessment known as Ubudehe.
The second is a series of Participatory Poverty Assessments (PPAs), research that targets communities and vulnerable groups in an effort to provide more in-depth information on local perceptions of poverty and hardship--the difficulties faced, assistance received, and recommendations for improvement.
Participatory poverty assessment studies in Uganda have shown that ownership of either a mobile phone or a fixed phone was reported by about 5% of households in the country.
Salmen's cutting-edge proposal, labeled Participatory Poverty Assessments (PPA), involves the assessment of poverty; analyses of relevant public expenditures and institutions and safety nets; and the preparation of strategies to reduce poverty.
Uganda's extensive 1998-2002 gender-aware Participatory Poverty Assessment Programme consulted the poor, including women, to ensure their voices would be integrated into the national planning process.