What would pro-poor access look like?
For the second round of studies on poverty, four countries–Cameroon, Paraguay, Philippines, and Sri Lanka–carried out case studies on access rights and poverty. The four studies are included for public perusal below.
These four studies will make up the basis for a review of the current Access Initiative methodology. This will be summarized in an upcoming discussion paper due in the next month.
In the interim, please take a look at the various studies already completed. Comments, observations, and any insights are more than welcome.
Please note that these are pilot studies and have not undergone the standard peer review process and so should be treated as drafts and should not be cited without express consent of the authors.
|Cameroon Poverty Report.pdf||129.15 KB|
|Paraguay Poverty Report.pdf||68.45 KB|
|TAI - Philippines_Poverty and Access Report.pdf||212.2 KB|
|Sri Lanka Poverty Report.pdf||270.11 KB|