How does a lack of consideration to gender and diversity restrict the success of implementing poverty-reduction policies? What are the lessons to be learned from past mistakes and omissions? This article examines the Uganda Participatory Poverty Assessment Process (UPPAP), which fed into Uganda’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP). The UPPAP process involved the participation of people whose identities often cause them to be marginalised. Useful lessons can be learned from this experience.
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