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A total of 56 enumerators and four supervisors were trained on the use of CBMS Scan and CBMS Portal last March 25- 28, 2014 at the Munici pal Bicentennial House in the city of Olavarría, Argentina.

A document presenting the main conclusions and recommendations ensued from discussion panels of the 2014 PEP Policy Forum, held in Bolivia (May 7), is now available for download here.

The CBMS Accelerated Poverty Profiling (CBMS-APP) is one of the recent innovations in line with the development of the community-based monitoring system (CBMS).

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Kampala, Uganda - June 10, 2014. UNICEF-Uganda launches the "Child Poverty Report", based on a PEP-led analysis.

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Special Initiatives

PEP-UNICEF: Long-term partnership agreement to support UNICEF's work on social policy and social protection reform in the MENA region

PEP-UNICEF: Long-term partnership agreement to support UNICEF's work on social policy and social protection reform in the MENA region

PEP-Chad-UNDP : Strengthening local capacity in the construction and simulation of a CGE model for the economy of Chad

PEP-Chad-UNDP : Strengthening local capacity in the construction and simulation of a CGE model for the economy of Chad

PAGE : Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment - co-funded by the IDRC and UK Aid

PAGE : Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment - co-funded by the IDRC and UK Aid

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