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IFAD is providing a US$10-million loan to finance the Commodity-Oriented Poverty Reduction Programme in Ha Giang Province.
5% of GDP are not expensive, compared with the poverty reduction programmes of Malawi or Ethiopia which are about 4% of GDP and largely donor financed.
In 2011, an ambitious poverty reduction programme called the National Rural Livelihood Mission has been launched.
For example, cuts to fuel poverty reduction programmes such as Warm Front will leave pensioners in Newcastle colder and more vulnerable to illness.
This is the final payment of the approximately N$114 million allocated for the roads component under the 9th European Development Fund's Rural Poverty Reduction Programme.
In Bangladesh, the two partners along with the Urban Partnerships for Poverty Reduction Programme, a UNDP project, will undertake water conservation and hygiene programmes in 30 schools in Dhaka and Comilla.
Allowing state- owned fuel retailers, which were incurring heavy losses on selling fuel below cost, to sell at market prices will change their fortunes and reduce the government's deficit by a huge margin, freeing up money for productive investment in badly needed infrastructure, services and poverty reduction programmes.
Gillani said pursuing policies of our leader Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed who in her two terms as Prime Minister laid special emphasis on welfare of children and his government is paying special attention to areas like health and nutrition, education and poverty reduction Programmes.