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Leif E. Christoffersen

The vast majority of the world’s poorest live in rural areas. There is no simple solution to alleviating the conditions in which they live, and any efforts made depend both on national and international commitment to the policies chosen. This article, the third in a series, reviews the approach evolved by the Bank since 1973, which essentially concentrates on developing the productive potential of the rural poor.