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Beating the Odds : Sustaining Inclusion in Mozambique's Growing Economy

ABSOLUTE POVERTY ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCESS TO SERVICES AGRICULTURAL ECONOMY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AIDS DEATHS ASSET HOLDINGS CASH CROPS CASH EXPENDITURE CASH TRANSFERS CHRONIC POVERTY CITIZEN CITIZENS CITIZENSHIP CIVIL WAR CLEAN WATER COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE COMMERCIAL FARMERS COMMUNITY HEALTH COMMUNITY LAND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONFLICT CROP INCOME CROP PRODUCTION DETERMINANTS OF GROWTH DISSEMINATION DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS DRINKING WATER DROPOUT ECONOMIC POLICIES EMPLOYMENT INCOME EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EPIDEMIC FARM ACTIVITIES FARM INCOME FARM SECTOR FARMERS FOOD BUYERS FOOD CROP FOOD CROP PRODUCTION FOOD CROPS FOOD SECURITY FOOD SUPPLY FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FUTURE GROWTH GENDER DIMENSIONS GENDER EQUITY GENDER GAP GENDER ISSUES GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH SERVICES HIV HOUSEHOLD BUDGET HOUSEHOLD CHORES HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION HOUSEHOLD CONSTRAINTS HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY HOUSEHOLD HEAD HOUSEHOLD HEADS HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT HOUSEHOLD POVERTY HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HOUSEHOLD WELFARE HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HUMAN POTENTIAL ILLNESS INCOME INCOME GROWTH INCOME INEQUALITY INCOME RISK INCOME SHOCK INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INDICATOR OF POVERTY INEQUALITY INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFECTION RATES INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INTENSIVE INDUSTRIES INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION JOB CREATION LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LACK OF WATER LAND LAW LAND PRODUCTIVITY LAND RIGHTS LEGAL STATUS LEVEL OF EDUCATION LIVE BIRTHS LIVING CONDITIONS LIVING STANDARDS LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL COMMUNITY LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES MALNUTRITION MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH NATIONAL POVERTY NUMBER OF PEOPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN ORPHANS PANDEMIC PERSISTENT GAPS POLICY MAKERS POOR POOR COMMUNITIES POOR ECONOMIC GROWTH POOR FARMERS POOR HEALTH POOR HOUSEHOLDS POOR PEOPLE POOR POLICY POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION PROJECTIONS POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY ASSESSMENT POVERTY DYNAMICS POVERTY GAP POVERTY GAP INDEX POVERTY HEAD POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LINE POVERTY MEASURES POVERTY POVERTY POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY STATUS PREVENTION METHODS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PUBLIC DISCUSSION PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS PULL FACTORS QUALITY OF SERVICES REMOTE AREAS RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIORS RURAL RURAL AREAS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL ECONOMY RURAL FAMILIES RURAL GROWTH RURAL HOUSEHOLD RURAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL INCOME RURAL INCOME POVERTY RURAL INCOMES RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL POOR RURAL POVERTY RURAL POVERTY REDUCTION RURAL PUBLIC RURAL RESIDENTS RURAL ROADS RURAL SECTOR RURAL SERVICES RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SUPPLY SAFE DRINKING WATER SAFE WATER SAFETY NET SANITATION SAVINGS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS SECONDARY SCHOOLS SELF-ASSESSMENT SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SEX SKILL DEVELOPMENT SMALLHOLDER FARMERS SMALLHOLDER SECTOR SMALLHOLDERS SOCIAL CONDITIONS SOCIAL SERVICES SUBSISTENCE FARMERS SUPPLY CHAINS TARGETING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPORTATION UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN COMMUNITIES URBAN POVERTY VULNERABILITY WAR WELFARE INDICATORS
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | Mozambique
Benfica, Rui Manuel | Ehrenpreis, Malcolm | Gaal, Melissa S. | Nordang, Hakon | Owen, Daniel
2012-05-29T13:36:40Z | 2012-05-29T13:36:40Z | 2008

This assessment, reflecting poverty's many dimensions in Mozambique, combines multiple disciplines and diagnostic tools to explore poverty. It draws on a combination of approaches and tools from three separate analytical diagnostics developed by the World Bank: poverty assessment, country gender assessment, and country social analysis. It uses monetary, human, and social indicators and combines quantitative and qualitative approaches to understand trends in poverty and the dynamics that shape them. The objective is to support the development and implementation of pro-poor policies that really work by taking poverty's multiple dimensions into account. Because Mozambique has not collected nationally representative household survey data measuring poverty status and outcome indicators since 2003, the report focuses primarily on the changes in poverty and household community welfare through that year. When data are available after 2003, the assessment uses them, including data from a special non representative survey developed for this report-the poverty and vulnerability survey. The starting point for the analysis uses multiple quantitative and qualitative indicators that describe levels of and changes in opportunities and outcomes for households and communities in Mozambique since 1997. The rest of the report explains these changes.

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