Poverty and Vulnerability Reduction Mainstreaming Toolkit

Abstract

Poverty and vulnerability reduction policies require a clear, comprehensive, and sustainable concept. Furthermore, it is necessary to incorporate poverty and vulnerability reduction mainstreaming (PVRM) into all public policy to clearly indicate its alignment with the interests, protection, and fulfillment of the basic rights of the poor and vulnerable groups. The incorporation of PVRM into all government and non-government policies, both in the socioeconomic and political sectors, is the first step to alleviating poverty and vulnerability in a systematic, integrated, and sustainable manner. PVRM is therefore essential for poverty and vulnerability reduction efforts to work more effectively and efficiently because its incorporation will ensure that these efforts are strongly supported by all policies and their implementation.

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Publisher

SMERU Research Institute

Since its establishment in 2001, SMERU has been a leader in poverty and inequality research in In... more

Funders

USAID
Government Body in Washington, D.C., USA • Funded 70 publications

TNP2K
Government Body in Jakarta, Indonesia • Funded 2 publications