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Kingdom of Morocco : Poverty Update, Volume 1. Main Report

ABSOLUTE POVERTY ACCESS TO SERVICES AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AVAILABLE DATA CAPITAL GOODS CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS CASH TRANSFERS CHILD LABOR CIVIL SOCIETY CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE COST RECOVERY CPI CRITICAL SURVEY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DROUGHT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIES OF SCALE EDUCATION PROGRAMS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS EXCHANGE RATE EXCHANGE RATES EXPENDITURE GROUPS EXPENDITURE SURVEY EXPLOITATION FARM ACTIVITIES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY FISHERIES FOOD SUBSIDIES GROWTH RATE HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE SERVICES HEALTH CONDITIONS HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INCIDENCE ANALYSIS INCOME COUNTRIES INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME INEQUALITY INCOME SUPPORT INEQUALITY REDUCTION INFANT MORTALITY INFORMAL SECTOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES INSURANCE LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION LABOR INTENSIVE METHODS LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LIFE EXPECTANCY LIVING CONDITIONS LIVING STANDARDS LIVING STANDARDS MEASUREMENT LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL LEVEL LOW INCOME MANUFACTURING SECTOR MEAN INCOME MEDICAL CARE MEDICAL INSURANCE MINIMUM WAGE NATIONAL LEVEL NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS OIL OIL PRICES OLD AGE PARTICIPATORY POVERTY PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT PENSION SYSTEM PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION POLICY DIRECTIONS POOR BENEFIT POOR CHILDREN POOR HOUSEHOLDS POOR PEOPLE POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY GAP POVERTY INCREASE POVERTY LINE POVERTY LINES POVERTY MAP POVERTY MEASUREMENT POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY REDUCTION PRICE CHANGES PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIORITY AREAS PRIVATE CONSUMPTION PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE TRANSFERS PRODUCERS PRODUCTIVE ASSETS PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC BUDGET PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC POLICIES PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC TRANSFERS PUBLIC WORKS PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS PURCHASING POWER PURCHASING POWER PARITY REDUCING POVERTY RURAL AREAS RURAL ECONOMY RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL POOR RURAL POPULATION RURAL POVERTY SAFETY NET SAFETY NET MEASURES SAFETY NETS SAVINGS SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EXPENDITURES SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL POLICIES SOCIAL PROGRAMS SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL SPENDING STATISTICAL OFFICE STRUCTURAL REFORMS SUSTAINABLE GROWTH TARGETING TASK TEAM LEADER TRADE LIBERALIZATION UNEMPLOYMENT UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE URBAN AREAS URBAN POOR URBAN POPULATION WAGES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES SOCIAL POLICY INEQUITY POVERTY MEASUREMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EXPORT PERFORMANCE WAGE LEVELS REMITTANCES PENSION SYSTEMS PUBLIC SPENDING CHILD LABOR POVERTY MEASUREMENT FOOD SUBSIDIES SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS LITERACY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Morocco
2013-09-03T18:07:19Z | 2013-09-03T18:07:19Z | 2001-03-30

According to the 1998-99 Living Standards Measurement Survey conducted in Moroocco, poverty showed a disturbing increase during the 1990s, regardless of how poverty is measured. This report updates the poverty profile for Morocco following the comprehensive approach suggested by the latest World Development Report (see report no. 20888 for an overview of this report). It presents a detailed analysis of 1) Poverty trends in the 1990s (Chapter 2), 2) which factors are key in explaining the observed increase in poverty (Chapter 3), and 3) the support given to the poor by Government intervention (Chapter 4). An overview of the main initiatives taken by the authorities as well as by nongovernmental organizations and private businesses in the late 1990s is presented in the first chapter; their effects, though not captured by the 1998/99 data, are likely to have a significant impact on poverty reduction in the coming years.

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