CMI Brief | 2009
Monitoring and Evaluating Poverty Reduction Policies in Mozambique: STUDY 1-3 SYNOPSIS
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Brief vol. 8 no. 1) 4 p.
Portuguese version: Monitoria e Avaliacão da Pobreza em Mocambique 2006-2008. Uma Sinopse
The first three in a series of six studies on poverty and well-being in Nampula , the city of Maputo and Sofala have revealed that there are positive developments in terms of the macro-economic context and in the social sectors of education and health. However, the continued dearth of employment and income in rural as well as urban areas makes it diffificult to transform these advances into real poverty reduction. There are also worrying signs of local processes of social marginalisation and exclusion, following from the increasing commodification of social relationships. To achieve the goals of the PARPA, particular efforts will have to be made by the government and donors to reach the very poorest.
Book Review | May 2022
Sumich, J. (2018). The Middle Class in Mozambique: The State and the Politics of Transformation in Southern Africa (the International African Library). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 190 pages. ISBN: 9781108472883
CMI Working Paper | 2021
Neglect, Control and Co-optation: Major features of Ethiopian Youth Policy Since 1991
Asnake Kefale, Mohammed Dejen, Lovise Aalen
Commissioned Report | 2021
Custos e consequências das Dívidas Ocultas para Moçambique
Edson Cortês, Aslak Orre, et. al