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Republic of Mali : Priorities for Ending Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity

SANITATION PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION RISKS HOUSEHOLD SURVEY POVERTY LINE IMPACT ON POVERTY ECONOMIC GROWTH PEOPLE VACCINATION POLITICS ILLITERACY INCOME PREVENTION FORMAL SAFETY NETS LAWS CALORIES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION MORBIDITY HIGH POPULATION DENSITY SUICIDE NEEDS ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY HEALTH POLITICAL ECONOMY HEALTH CARE DEATH RURAL LIVELIHOODS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION HEALTH POOR PEOPLE RURAL LABOR FARM INCOME FARM HOUSEHOLDS CRIME RURAL POPULATION RURAL POOR RURAL WATER CONFLICT MEASURES PUBLIC HEALTH LIFE EXPECTANCY SAFETY NETS POVERTY REDUCTION KNOWLEDGE DISABILITIES DIETS CROP YIELD EXERCISES SAVINGS LIFE EVENTS RURAL HOUSEHOLD IRON RURAL HOUSEHOLDS CASH CROPS IMMUNIZATION FARMING AREAS PATIENTS POOR HOUSEHOLD INTERVENTION SECONDARY SCHOOLS INCOME GROWTH FOOD PRICE HEALTH INDICATORS RURAL ENERGY POVERTY INCIDENCE AGING NURSES MIGRATION TRANSFERS OBSERVATION VIOLENCE MARKETING POOR RURAL HOUSEHOLDS POOR HEALTH LAND DEGRADATION CHRONIC POVERTY ECONOMIC POLICIES PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS FARMERS BIRTH RATE GENITAL MUTILATION RURAL VILLAGES RURAL ROADS MIGRANTS CASUAL EMPLOYMENT MORTALITY RURAL MIGRANTS COVARIATE SHOCKS NUTRITIONAL STATUS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CHILDBIRTH FARMER ASSOCIATIONS HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY SOCIAL SAFETY NETS HUMAN CAPITAL SSN YOUNG ADULTS WORKERS CLIMATE CHANGE DROUGHT AGED SOCIAL SERVICES RURAL SECTOR IMMUNODEFICIENCY POVERTY INTERVENTIONS FARM PRODUCTION CHRONICALLY POOR RURAL ACCESS HEALTH OUTCOMES RURAL POVERTY LAND PREPARATION FAMILY PLANNING STRESS POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY SOCIAL NETWORKS DECISION MAKING MALNUTRITION RURAL MEASUREMENT REFUGEES COMMERCIAL CROPS NUTRITION TRANSACTION COSTS PUBLIC WORKS ACCESS TO MARKETS QUALITY CONTROL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE INTERNET FARM INCOMES TARGETED TRANSFERS INSURANCE FOOD GRAINS WEIGHT PHYSICIANS HUMAN RIGHTS PREGNANT WOMEN IMPORT SUBSIDIES SUBSISTENCE FARMERS CHILDREN LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE DRINKING WATER CLINICS IRRIGATION FOOD CROPS ACCESS TO SERVICES RURAL AREAS POVERTY REDUCTION EFFORTS POVERTY ISOLATION POOR FARMERS ADULT LITERACY TRAINING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE INCIDENCE OF POVERTY RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY POOR STRATEGY REGISTRATION POVERTY IMPACT FAMILIES FOOD PRICES HOSPITALS FOOD PROCESSING HEALTH INTERVENTIONS INTERMEDIARIES RURAL DEVELOPMENT FOOD STAPLES HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PREGNANCY CROP INCOME EXTREME VULNERABILITY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INEQUALITY POOR HOUSEHOLDS MIDWIFES
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Africa | Mali
2015-11-20T21:28:29Z | 2015-11-20T21:28:29Z | 2015-06-22

This document presents the Systematic Country Diagnosis (SCD) for Mali. The SCD was prepared following a consultative process within and outside the World Bank. It identifies constraints and opportunities for achieving the twin goals of ending poverty and improving shared prosperity by 2030 while acknowledging (i) the need for selectivity in pro-poor interventions, and (ii) the many competing ‘binding’ reasons for poverty in Mali. The objectives of the twin goals are similar for Mali as the incidence of dollar-a-day poverty exceeds 40 percent of the population. Selectivity means the identification of principal opportunities for poverty reduction in the next 15 years, as well as the identification of binding constraints to reaping such opportunities. In the search for selectivity, there is the risk of not identifying the correct set of opportunities and constraints. However, the risk of not being selective would probably have more serious implications as it could lead the government and its development partners to disperse their resources and attention too thinly over too many competing priorities. Selectivity also implies making trade-offs between immediate and longer term objectives. In this document priority is given to the identification of poverty reduction opportunities which could deliver results before 2030, while acknowledging that efforts should not undermine the prospects for poverty reduction and shared prosperity beyond 2030. In this regard, particular attention is paid to environmental and fiscal sustainability.

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