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The Relationship Between Population and Socio-Economic Development

The unprecedented growth of population which is now taking place and which will accelerate in the coming years will be of increasing importance in International relations. This paper gives background to the problem as well as facts and forecasts whi…

Poverty and Human Development Report 2011

"This year’s report explores the interplay between economic growth, productive employment and poverty reduction to identify policy options that can make future growth in Tanzania more inclusive and pro-poor. The report argues that managing structur…

The Status of Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania

"The core purpose of PHDR 2009 is to review progress towards Tanzania’s development goals as set by the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty 2005-2010 (MKUKUTA). This brief, the first of a series of five briefs on the report, presen…

Progress Towards Improved Quality of Life and Social Well-being for All Tanzanians

"The broad outcomes of MKUKUTA’s Cluster II are to improve the quality of life and social well-being of Tanzanians, and to reduce inequalities across geographic areas and between income, age, gender and other groups. Expanded access to, and deliver…

Progress Towards Good Governance and Increased Accountability in Tanzania

"Economic growth, reduction of poverty and improved quality of life all rely upon the fair, effective and transparent use of Tanzania’s resources. Therefore, the success of MKUKUTA’s Clusters I and II relies on achieving the four desired outcomes of…

An Analysis of Household Income and Expenditure in Tanzania

"Chapter 2 of PHDR 2009 examined national progress in poverty reduction by comparing findings from the latest Household Budget Survey conducted in 2007 with the previous HBS in 2000/01. The analysis looked at household well-being from several diffe…

Views of the People 2007

"This report represents results of the views of the people (VoP) survey which sought information about many aspects of people's lives, including their recent economic progress, changes in their standard of living, and the quality and accessibility o…

Part II Results from the 'Views of the People' Survey

This document comprises Chapters 4 to 8 which follows on from Poverty and Human Development 2007 entitled: Status of Growth and Poverty Reduction Part 1. "These chapters provide a summary of the key findings from the Views of the People Survey condu…

Mkukuta Cluster II: Improvement of Quality of Life and Social Well Being

"The two broad outcomes for the second cluster of MKUKUTA are: Improved quality of life and social well being, with particular focus on the poorest and most vulnerable groups. Reduced inequalities (e.g.education, survival, health) across geographic,…

Percentage of Population Living in Poverty, by District Mainland Tanzania 2000 - 2

This document comprises 7 maps. The first map shows the percentage of the population living in poverty displayed by district mainland. The second map shows the number of poor people per square kilometer, by district. Five smaller maps follows with t…

Organic Agriculture in Uganda: The Need for a Coherent Policy Framework

"This study therefore is aimed at achieving three specific objectives. First, it is aimed to demonstrate that in countries where supporting scientific, institutional and regulatory infrastructure is in its infancy, the growing policy emphasis on b…

Towards a Sustainable Social Security in Nigeria

"A comprehensive social security in Nigeria has the potential to significantly reduce economic insecurities and enhance economic efficiency, equity, growth, and stability given the dismal socio-economic statistics as captured by human development, …

Poverty Reduction Strategies Towards the Millenium Development Goals: Africa's Experiences and Lessons for Nigeria

"The ECA-sponsored African Learning Group on PRSP was established to facilitate African Peer Learning and serve as a mechanism through which Africans could ensure the relevance of the PRSP approach to the continents development challenges. This pape…

Sticking to the Facts: Official and Unofficial Stories about Poverty and Unemployment in South Africa

"Poverty’s major cause is unemployment. In the unlikely event that unemployment is halved by 2014, there will still be millions of people in South Africa in workerless households. The only way to address this is to develop a truly comprehensive so…

Trends in Poverty and Inequality Since the Political Transition

"Using a constructed data series and another data series based on the All Media and Products surveys (AMPS), this paper explores trends in poverty and income distribution over the post-transition period. To steer clear of an unduly optimistic conc…

The Post-Apartheid Labour Market: 1995 -2004

"This paper’s chief objective is the analysis of some of the changes in the South African labour market in the post-apartheid era and the challenges the labour market presents in the successful attainment of shared growth. Section 2 looks at the lab…

Rwanda Country Study: Raising Productivity and Reducing the Risk of Household Enterprise: Fieldwork Report

"In this report we outline and discuss the findings from the fieldwork undertaken as part of the research into household enterprises in Rwanda(Phase 2). The research was concerned with understanding the risks faced by those operating HEs and the way…

Against The Odds: Achieving the MDGs in Rwanda

"In the last five years Rwanda has made dramatic development progress. There has been sustained economic growth and the signs of economic transformation noted in 2005 have been confirmed. There has been a continued growth in non-farm employment and …

Aid Effectiveness in Rwanda:Who Benefits?

"Rwanda has made remarkable development progress over the last 10 years having experienced sustained economic growth and the beginnings of economic transformation. The country has seen: a growth in the private sector; an increase in the proportion o…

Household Incomes, Poverty and Inequality in a Multivariate Framework

"The existing work on household poverty and inequality in South Africa has shown that poverty and inequality differ markedly by race, location, education, gender of the head, household demographics and household labour market participation. However,…

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