Various poverty reduction measures have been developed and implemented in many devel-oping countries, such as China, which has made remarkable achievements in anti-poverty. To achieve the goal of comprehensive poverty alleviation in rural areas by 2020, the Chi-nese central government implements a series of projects that have been effective in a short time due to substantial government financial input and strict implementations. Besides the goal at a statistical level, implementations of governmental poverty alleviation projects aim to meet the poor’s actual needs in terms of basic living standards and long-term independ-ence resulting from the improvement of education provisioning and working skills. There-fore, the precise recognition and evaluation of the poor’s needs are the premise for success-fully implementing poverty alleviation strategies. Another direct way of ensuring the basic living needs of the poor is being satisfied is the appropriate exit measures in which the per-sonal will and actual situation of the poor are required to be considered. This thesis aims to analyze the efficiency of the exit measures from the aspect of identification of the poor’s requirements and to research the ability of these exit measures to avoid a return to poverty and solutions to deal with the return to poverty. In addition, this research also explores the factors that restrict the sustainability of China’s poverty alleviation.

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Chhachhi, Amrita
Social Policy for Development (SPD)
International Institute of Social Studies

Xu, Yating. (2020, December 18). Analysis of exit mechanism for poor households of poverty alleviation governmental project in rural of China: effectiveness and sustainability. Social Policy for Development (SPD). Retrieved from