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Wednesday, June 16

9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 1

MPIA1 - Growth-Public Spending

Chair: Fan Zhai

  • Carlos Gustavo Machicado - Public Expenditure Policy in Bolivia, Growth and Welfare (Discussants: Arief Yusuf & German Calfat) Paper
  • Phouphet Kyophilavong - Resource Boom, Growth and Poverty in Laos (Discussants: Ngoc Q. Pham & TBC) Paper

  • Vandudzai Mbanda - Impacts of Infrastructure Investment in South Africa: A Dynamic CGE Analysis (Discussants: Joseph François Cabral & François Bédia Aka) Paper
  • Yumei Zhang - Regional Impacts of Public Spending on Food Security and Poverty Reduction in China (Discussants: Phouphet Kyophilavong & Fan Zhai) Paper Presentation


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 2

PIERI1 - Experimental 

Chair: John Hoddinott

  • Asmaa Elbadawy - Assessing the Impact of Ishraq Intervention, A Second-Chance Program for Out-of-School Rural Adolescent Girls in Egypt (Discussants: Madina Guloba & Habiba Djebbari) Paper
  • Alice Muthoni Ng'ang'a - Improving School Quality in East Africa: Randomized Evaluation of Policies to Create Local Accountability under Free Primary Education in Kenya (Discussants: Lawrence Bategeka & John Hoddinott) Paper
  • Madina Guloba - Improving School Quality in East Africa: Randomized Evaluation of Policies to Create Local Accountability under Free Primary Education in Uganda (Discussants: Rachel Nakhumicha Musitia & Martin Valdivia) Paper


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 3

PMMA1 - Public Spending

Chair: Jean-Yves Duclos

Room: Keur Damel 3

  • Reuben Adelou Alabi - Marginal Benefit Incidence Analysis of Public Spending in Nigeria (Discussants: Anthony Wambugu, Joseph Anthony Lim & Alain de Janvry) Paper
  • Nisha Arunatilake - Tax Reforms in Sri Lanka – Will a Tax on Public Servants Improve Progressivity?  (Discussants: Chitra Septyandrica, Pramila Krishnan & Abdelkrim Araar) Presentation Paper
  • Chitra Septyandrica - Assessing Local Povery Alleviation Strategy and Pro-poor Budget (Discussants: Reuben Adelou Alabi, Pramila Krishnan & Sami Bibi) Paper


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS1 - Emerging Development Issues in Impact Monitoring and Targeting

Chair: Dir. Erlinda Capones

  • Challenges in Monitoring the Social Impacts of Global Policy Shocks at the National and Local Levels - Mr. Tomas P. Africa, Regional Advisor for Asia, PARIS 21/OECD Presentation Paper    
  • A New Approach to Evaluating and Targeting Social Protection - Dr. Nanak Kakwani Paper

CBMS2 - Monitoring the Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis through CBMS in Africa

Chair: Ms. Grace Bediako

  • CBMS-GFC Findings in Zambia - Mr. Richard Silumbe, ZRDC (Response: Mr. David Katai Kalumba,  Lusaka City Council, Kabwata Constituency, Lusaka, Zambia - Discussant: Ms. Alice Sereti Sinkeet, AIHD-Kenya) Presentation Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel 1

MPIA2 - Labor

Chair: David Laborde

Room: Keur Damel 1

  • Kun Zhao - Setting up the Uniformed Social Security System Under Huge Rural Labour Migration in China: A Quantitative Analysis by SIC-GE Model (Discussants: Selim Raihan & TBC) Paper
  • Arief Yusuf - Labor Market, Poverty and Policies: An Integrated-CGE-Microsimulation Analysis for Indonesia (Discussants: Yumei Zhang & Ismael Fofana ) Paper
  • Cecilia Llambí - Effects of an Expansion of Public Child Care Services on Female Labour Supply and Income Distribution (Discussants: Vandudzai Mbanda & Martin Cicowiez) Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel 2

PIERI2 - Non-Experimental

Chair:  Maria Laura Alzua

  • Andrea Vigorito - An Impact Evaluation of PANES (Discussants: Cuong Nguyen Viet & John Hoddinott) Paper
  • Clarissa Gondim Teixeira - Estimating Participation and Spill-over Effects in Conditional Cash Transfer Programs (Discussants: Carlos German Bet & Habiba Djebbari) Paper1 Paper2
  • Francisco Haimovich Paz - Assessing the Impact of Argentina's Ley Federal de Educación on Educational and Labor Outcomes (Discussants: Ana Lucia Kassouf & Fabio Soares) Paper
  • Juan Miguel Gallego Acevedo - Evaluating Policies to Reduce Teenage Childbearing: Policies Reducing Education Costs of Households (Discussants: Francisco Haimovich Paz & Maria Laura Alzua) Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel 3

PMMA2 - Dynamics

Chair: Pramila Krishnan

  • Epo Boniface Ngah - Spatial and Inter-temporal Sources of Poverty, Inequality and Gender Disparities in Cameroon: A Regression-based Decomposition Analysis (Discussants: Tamar Jugheli, Yele Batana & Paul Ningaye) Paper
  • Tamar Jugheli - Growth and Poverty Dynamics in Georgia (Discussant: Reuben Adelou Alabi, Guillermo Cruces & Dileni Gunewardena) Paper
  • Joseph Anthony Lim - Poverty Dynamics and Vulnerability in the Philippines (Discussants: Anthony Wambugu, Nisha Arunatilake & Dileni Gunewardena) Presentation Paper
  • Désiré Vencatachellum (Lead Research Economist, Development Research Department, African Development Bank and new member of PMMA Program Committee) - African Economic Outlook 2010 Report


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS2 - Monitoring the Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis through CBMS in Africa

Chair: Mr. Try Sothearith

  • Impact of the Global Financial Crisis in Rural Households in Nigeria - Dr. Anthonia Achike, University of Nigeria (Response: Honourable Barrister Oforbuike Igwebueze, Nsukka Local Government Area, Nigeria - Discussant: Mr. Rangya Muro) Paper

CBMS3 - Monitoring the Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis through CBMS in Asia 

Chair: Mr. Richard Silumbe & Ms. Anna Bonagua, DIGL-Philippines

  • The Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Poverty and the Factors Affecting Poverty in Lao PDR: Case Study of CBMS Villages - Ms. Phonesaly Soukasavath, Department of Statistics, Ministry of Planning Lao PDR (Response: Mrs. Siriphone Souphanthong, Planning and Investment Division, Lauangprabang Province, Lao PDR - Discussant: Mr. Akhmadi, SMERU-Indonesia) Presentation Paper
  • CBMS: A Tool for Local Development Planning, Budgeting, Targeting the MDGs and Impact Evaluation of the Global Financial Crisis - Mr. Try Sothearith, National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning (Discussant: Ms. Phonesaly Souksavath) Paper


Thursday , June 17


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 1

MPIA3 - Agriculture, Privatization

Chair: Calfat German

  • Ngoc Q. Pham - Privatization and Poverty Reduction in Vietnam - Optimal Choices and Its Potential Impacts (Discussants: Carlos Gustavo Machicado & Vaqar Ahmed) Paper
  • Ricardo Arguello - Poverty Impacts of Agricultural Policy Adjustments in an Open Economy: the Case of Colombia (Discussants: Cecilia Llambi & Ismael Fofana) Paper
  • Lulit Mitik - Alternative Policy Strategy to ADLI for Ethiopia: A Dynamic CGE Framework Analysis (Discussants: Ricardo Arguello & Margaret Chitiga) Paper


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 2

PIERI3 - China Proposals

Chair: Martin Valdivia

  • Xinxin Chen - The Impact Evaluation of Free Senior High School Education on Poor Students in Rural China (Discussants: Clarissa Gondim Teixeira & Maria Laura Alzua) Paper
  • Can Liu - The Rural Household Income and Poverty Reduction Effects of Priority Forestry Programs in China (Discussants: Juan Miguel Gallego Acevedo & Fabio Soares) Presentation Paper
  • Liguo Lin - The Impacts of "Land of Love, Water Cellar for Mothers" (Discussants: Mery Ferrando & Bernard Tanguy)

9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Keur Damel 3

PMMA3 - Dynamics, Labor, Multidimensional

Chair: Sylvain Dessy

  • Ana Laura Fernandez - Dynamics of Poverty, Labor Market and Public Policies in Latin America  (Discussants: Guillermo Cruces, Diana Alarcon & Elisabeth Sadoulet) Paper
  • Anthony Wambugu - Multidimensional Poverty Comparisons in Kenya: Analysis of Maternal and Child Well-being (Discussants: Chitra Septyandrica, Sebastien Levine & Eduardo Zepeda) Paper
  • Zhong Zhao - Wage and Income Inequalities among Chinese Rural-Urban Migrants from 2002 to 2007 (Discussants: Joseph Anthony Lim, Pramila Krishnan & Tony Shorrocks) Paper
  • Guillermo Cruces - Looking for evidence on Inequality Traps in LAC. Persistent lack of Opportunities and Social Immobillity (Discussants: Pierre de Joubert, Désiré Vencatachellum & Jane Mariara) Paper


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS4 - Pursuing Development Amidst the Global Crisis

Chair: Dr. Celia Reyes

  • Tracking Achievements in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): Issues and Challenges - Dr. Grace Bediako, Government Statistician, Ghana Statistical Service Presentation Paper
  • Use of CBMS for Monitoring in Kenya - Pauleen Wamwea,Ministry of State for Planning, National Development and Vision 2030, Kenya Presentation Paper

CBMS5 - Implementation of a Community-Based Monitoring System in Kota Pekalongan Indonesia: MDGs and Principal Component Analysis Results  

Chair: Mr. Tomas Africa

  • Mr. Akhmadi, SMERU Research Institute (Response: Mr. Muchamad Rizal, Pekalongan City Government - Discussant: Mr. Try Sothearith) Paper


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Signara 2


Chair: Théophile Azomahou

(Session in French)

  • Abdoulaye Diagne - Évaluation de l'impact des programmes de cantines scolaires et de déparasitage des écoles primaires rurales au Sénégal (Discussants: Asmaa El-Badawi & Bernard Tanguy) Paper
  • Paul Ningaye - Une alternative aux indicateurs et indices composites: le ciblage de la multi-pauvreté par les scores dimensionnels avec application sur les données camerounaises (Discussants: Epo Boniface Ngah, Jean Claude Nsabimana & Sami Bibi) Paper
  • Kassim Dabitao - Genre et dynamique de la pauvreté des conditions de vie au Mali (2001 - 2006) (Discussants: Pierre de Joubert Ntesguoum, Luca Tiberti & Théophile Azomahou) Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel 1   


Chair: François Bédia Aka

(Session in French)

  • Joseph François Cabral - Global Financial Crisis Impacts and Policy Responses in Senegal (Discussants: Lacina Balma & Nadia Belhaj Hassine) Paper
  • Lacina Balma - Dépenses publiques d'éducation et pauvreté au Burkina Faso: Une approche en équilibre général calculable (Discussants: Mbaye Faye & François Bédia Aka) Paper
  • Mbaye Faye - Les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement et la gestion de la dette publique (Discussants: Lulith Mitik & Nadia Belhaj Hassine) Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel

PIERI4 - Other Proposals

Chair: Bernard Tanguy

  • Cuong Nguyen Viet - The Impact of Compulsory Health Insurance on Health Care Utilization and Out-of-pocket Payments: New Evidence for Vietnam (Discussants: Alice Muthoni Ng'ang'a & Fabio Soares) Paper
  • Ana Lucia Kassouf - Impact Evaluation of the Brazilian Pension Program Benefício de Prestação Continuada (BPC) on Family Welfare (Discussants: Elydia Sylvia & Maria Laura Alzua) Paper
  • Alina Inés Machado Fretes - Comparative Evaluation of the School Programs Tiempo Completo and Contexto Socio-Cultural Crítico in Uruguay (Discussants: Marie Gaarder & Martin Valdivia) Paper


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Keur Damel 3   


Chair: Désiré Vencatachellum

(Session in French)

  • Nadjiarabeye Christian Beassoum - Pauvreté des capacités au Tchad: une exploration des dimensions manquantes des données dans la capitale N'Djamena (Discussants: Kassim Dabitao, Paul Ningaye & Emma Samman) Paper
  • Pierre de Joubert - Efficience de production du secteur informel non-agricole et réduction de la pauvreté au Cameroun (Discussants: Epo Boniface Ngah, Désiré Vencatachellum & Sylvain Eloi Dessy) Paper
  • Jean Claude Nsabimana - Échelles d’équivalence, pauvreté monétaire versus non monétaires et les déterminants de la pauvreté (Discussants: Paul Ningaye, Kassim Dabitao & Désiré Vencatachellum) Paper Presentation


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS/PMMA: OPHI - Missing Dimensions of Poverty

Chair: Karen Guiliana Suarez Ramirez, UNIFEM

  • John Ataguba - Analysis of the Missing Dimensions of Poverty Data in Developing Countries Based on Current Dataset: A case of Nigeria (Discussants: Zhong Zhao, Jane Mariara & Kassim Dabitao) Paper
  • Nilakshi De Silva - A pilot of OPHI’s Internationally Comparable Indicators on Missing Dimensions of Poverty in Urban, Rural and Estate Communities in Sri Lanka (Discussants: John Ataguba, Yele Batana & Ana Laura Fernandez) Paper
  • Presentation of CBMS-OPHI Project


Friday, June 18


MPIA, PMMA and PIERI: Individual meetings between researchers and PEP resource persons

Room: Keur Damel


9:00 to 12:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS6 - CBMS Network Policymakers Forum: Innovations and Strategies for Poverty Reduction and Improving Local Governance

Chair: Ms. Alice Sereti Sinkeet

  • Philippines: Improving Local Governance in the Philippines through CBMS - Ms. Anna Liza Bonagua, Assistant Director - Bureau of Local Government and Development, DILG-Philippines Paper
  • Tanzania: Hon. Francis Mazanda, Mayor of Dodoma Municipality Paper
  • Cambodia: Mr Vann Doeurnn, Commune Chief Snoul Commune, Snoul District, Kratie Provinc, Honorable Governor Kham Phoeun, Kratie Province 

CBMS7 - Applications of CBMS Methodology for Gender-Responsive Local Planning and Budgeting

Chair: Ms. Phonesaly Souksavath

  • Community-Based Monitoring System for Gender Responsive Budgeting in Parque Metropolitano in Villa El Salvador District (Lima, Peru) - Laura Soria-Torres, DESCO Peru (Response: Mr. Antonio Paredes, Municipality of Villa El Salvador - Discussant: Ms. Karen Suarez-Ramirez, UNIFEM) Abstract


14:00 to 17:30 - Room: Signara 1

CBMS8 - Presentation of New CBMS Proposals

Session Chair: Celia Reyes

  • Implementation of A Community-Based Poverty Monitoring System in Argentina - Dr. Sebastian Auguste, Instituto de Economia, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (Discussants: Mr. Try Sothearith, Dr. Grace Bediako & Mr. Tomas Africa) Proposal Presentation
  • Measuring Multi Dimensional Poverty in China: Estimation and Policy Implication - Dr. Xiaolin Wang, International Poverty Reduction Center in China (Discussants: Ms. Phonesaly Souksavath, Dr. Grace Bediako & Mr. Tomas Africa) Proposal Presentation
  • Implementing a Pilot Community-Based Multi Poverty Monitoring System in Limpopo Province, South Africa - Dr. Grace Oloo Bicha, Center for Rural Development, University of Venda, South Africa (Discussants: Mr. Rangya Muro, Dr. Grace Bediako & Mr. Tomas Africa) Proposal Presentation

CBMS Country Team Leaders/CBMS Network Steering: Committee Meeting







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