How can poverty be reduced in Central Asia? A World Bank official suggests a first step. Poverty can seem a loaded and complex term. To researchers, it is a relative measure, to policy-makers a potential challenge, and to civil society a call to action. In Central Asia, some governments find it difficult to acknowledge that […]

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