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Yemen Poverty Assessment : Volume 2. Annexes

ABSOLUTE CONSUMPTION POVERTY ABSOLUTE POVERTY ABSOLUTE POVERTY LINES ABSOLUTE TERMS ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE ADULT FEMALES ADULT MALES AGRICULTURAL LAND AGRICULTURE ANTI-POVERTY ANTI-POVERTY POLICY BASIC CONSUMPTION BASIC CONSUMPTION NEEDS BASIC HEALTH BASIC HEALTH SERVICES BASIC NEEDS BREAD CALORIC INTAKE CALORIC REQUIREMENTS CLIMATIC CONDITIONS CONSISTENT POVERTY CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOR CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES CONSUMPTION LEVEL CONSUMPTION PATTERNS CONSUMPTION POVERTY COOKING CREDIT MARKETS DATES DECOMPOSABLE POVERTY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH EQUIVALENCE SCALE EQUIVALENCE SCALES ESTIMATES OF POVERTY EXPENDITURE DISTRIBUTION EXPENSIVE CALORIES EXTREME POVERTY FOOD BUNDLE FOOD COMPOSITION FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD ENERGY FOOD ENERGY INTAKE FOOD EXPENDITURE FOOD EXPENDITURES FOOD ITEM FOOD ITEMS FOOD NEEDS FOOD POVERTY FOOD POVERTY LINE FOOD POVERTY LINES FOOD PRICES FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOOD SHARE FOODS HEAD COUNT INDEX HEADCOUNT INDEX HOUSEHOLD BUDGET HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES HOUSEHOLD HEAD HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD LEVEL HOUSEHOLD LEVEL DATA HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HOUSEHOLD WELFARE HOUSING HUMAN POVERTY HUMAN POVERTY INDEX INCOME INCOME LEVEL INDICATORS OF POVERTY INEQUALITY INFANT MORTALITY LEVELS OF FOOD CONSUMPTION LIFE EXPECTANCY LIVING STANDARDS MEASURING POVERTY MEASURING WELFARE MONITORING POVERTY NON-FOOD BUNDLE NON-FOOD COMPONENT NON-FOOD CONSUMPTION NON-FOOD EXPENDITURE NON-FOOD ITEMS NON-FOOD PRICES NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL NORMS NUTRITIONAL STATUS PER CAPITA ^ CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION POLICY CHANGE POOR POOR HOUSEHOLD POOR HOUSEHOLDS POTABLE WATER POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY ASSESSMENTS POVERTY COMPARISONS POVERTY ESTIMATES POVERTY GAP POVERTY GAP INDEX POVERTY INDICATOR POVERTY INDICATORS POVERTY LINE POVERTY LINE USING POVERTY LINES POVERTY MAP POVERTY MAPPING POVERTY MEASUREMENT POVERTY MEASURES POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES POVERTY SEVERITY POVERTY STATUS PROTEIN PUBLIC ACTION PURCHASING POWER REGIONAL DIFFERENCES REGIONAL LEVEL RELATIVE PRICES RICE RURAL RURAL AREAS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL FEMALE RURAL HOUSEHOLDS SAVINGS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIFIC POVERTY LINE SPICES STANDARD ERRORS SUBJECTIVE POVERTY SUPERMARKET TARGETING TOTAL POVERTY TOTAL POVERTY LINE ULTRA POOR UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN HOUSEHOLDS WELFARE INDICATOR WELFARE LEVEL WELFARE LEVELS WELFARE MEASURE WELFARE MEASURES WHEAT
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2012-06-13T14:59:00Z | 2012-06-13T14:59:00Z | 2007-11

From what was historically known as 'Arabia Felix', a land of prosperity and happiness, Yemen has become the most impoverished among the Arab countries. The government of the united Yemen, formed in 1990, has launched so far three five-year economic reform plans with the goal of restoring Yemen's prosperity. Have these efforts succeeded? What policies are needed to further reduce poverty? The poverty assessment report aims to answer these questions. This report measures poverty in Yemen in 2005-06, and evaluates the change in poverty compared to 1998, the two years for which comparable household budget surveys are available. The period between the two survey years (1998 and 2005-06), more or less overlaps the first two five-year economic plans and captures the effect of the economic reform programs launched since 1995. In addition to measuring poverty, this report has three objectives: evaluating the role of growth and past reforms on poverty, identifying better ways to target the vulnerable poor through public action, and an assessment of the poverty monitoring system. By examining the effect of the key policies on poverty, such as the petroleum price reform and the government's social protection mechanisms between 1998 and 2005-06, the study aims to equip policy makers and development partners with the knowledge needed to improve the effectiveness of their efforts to reduce poverty in Yemen.

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