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3.3.1 Progress Report

The government prepares a Progress Report (PR) to inform its development partners and the civil society about the progress made in the implementation phase of the PRS. Many countries have installed their own monitoring and evaluation systems which contribute to their progress reports. Some countries present or discuss their progress reports with the civil society at events on poverty reduction, e.g. Tanzania’s Poverty Policy Week. Other countries have established their own institutions or councils which are responsible for monitoring and evaluation, for example the Poverty Steering Committee and the Dissemination, Sensitization and Advocacy Technical Group in Tanzania. These institutions consist of civil society members (including DPOs) alongside governmental representatives.

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