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Usaid/Zambia Prosperity, Hope and Better Health for Zambians

By International Development Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698366
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Title: Usaid/Zambia Prosperity, Hope and Better Health for Zambians  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
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Agency, I. D. (n.d.). Usaid/Zambia Prosperity, Hope and Better Health for Zambians. Retrieved from http://www.sonyebooklibrary.com/


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Excerpt: Acronyms: Aac - Anglo-American Corporation -- Abc - Abstinence, Being Faithful Or Using Condoms -- Acc - Anti-Corruption Commission -- Acf - Agricultural Consultative Forum -- Acp - Agricultural Commercialization Program -- Adb - African Development Bank -- Afr - Africa -- Ago ...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS ACRONYMS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY......................................................................................................................................I I. OVERALL ASSISTANCE ENVIRONMENT.......................................................................................... 1 A. COUNTRY SETTING........................................................................................................................................ 1 B. KEY DEVELOPMENT CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES............................................................................... 4 C. COUNTRY RISKS AND OVERALL ASSUMPTIONS.............................................................................................. 6 D. U.S. FOREIGN POLICY INTERESTS .................................................................................................................. 7 E. HOST COUNTRY RELATIONSHIPS................................................................................................................... 7 II. OVERVIEW OF PROPOSED STRATEGIC PLAN ............................................................................... 9 A. PLANNING PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................... 9 B. HOW USAID?S DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS AND STAKEHOLDERS INFLUENCED CSP DEVELOPMENT ............. 9 C. THE PROPOSED COUNTRY STRATEGIC PLAN .................................................................................................. 9 D. RELATIONSHIP TO AGENCY GOALS AND MISSION PERFORMANCE PLAN...................................................... 12 E. STRATEGIC ALLIANCES ............................................................................................................................... 12 F. IMPLEMENTATION TIMEFRAME..................................................................................................................... 13 III. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES.................................................................................................................... 14 A. SO5: INCREASED PRIVATE SECTOR COMPETITIVENESS IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES ............................................................................................................................................. 14 1. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE AND USAID'S COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES.................................................. 14 2. DEVELOPMENT HYPOTHESIS, STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE AND INDICATORS...................................................... 15 3. CRITICAL ASSUMPTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 17 4. INTERMEDIATE RESULTS, ILLUSTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AND INDICATORS ...................................................... 18 5. LINKAGES.................................................................................................................................................... 23 6. COMPLEMENTARITY WITH OTHER DONOR AND GRZ PROGRAMS............................................................... 24 B. SO6: IMPROVED QUALITY OF BASIC EDUCATION FOR MORE SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN, PHASE II ............. 24 1. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE AND USAID'S COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES.................................................... 24 2. DEVELOPMENT HYPOTHESIS, STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE AND INDICATORS...................................................... 26 3. CRITICAL ASSUMPTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 29 4. INTERMEDIATE RESULTS, ILLUSTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AND INDICATORS....................................................... 29 5. LINKAGES.................................................................................................................................................... 33 6. COMPLEMENTARITY WITH OTHER DONOR AND GRZ PROGRAMS................................................................ 34 C. SO7: IMPROVED HEALTH OF ZAMBIANS...................................................................................................... 24 1. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE AND USAID'S COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES .................................................... 34 2. DEVELOPMENT HYPOTHESIS, STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE AND INDICATORS...................................................... 37 3. CRITICAL ASSUMPTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 39 4. INTERMEDIATE RESULTS, ILLUSTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AND INDICATORS....................................................... 39 5. LINKAGES.................................................................................................................................................... 44 6. COMPLEMENTARITY WITH OTHER DONOR AND GRZ PROGRAMS............................................................... 44 D. SO8: GOVERNMENT HELD MORE ACCOUNTABLE........................................................................................ 46 1. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE AND USAID'S COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES.................................................. 46 2. DEVELOPMENT HYPOTHESIS, STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE AND INDICATORS...................................................... 47 3. CRITICAL ASSUMPTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 48 4. INTERMEDIATE RESULTS, ILLUSTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AND INDICATORS....................................................... 48 5. LINKAGES.................................................................................................................................................... 53

 

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