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COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF POVERTY AND WELLBEING
HOW DO THE POOR GET BY? ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL WELLBEING
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Acholi Action Aid agricultural agricultural extension alcohol Analysis Ariet assets Bakiga Batwa below bride price Bugarama Bushenyi Bushenyi District Bwaise cash cash crops cassava casual labour cattle rustling cattle-raiding cause child labour Chokwe cholera Church of Uganda cited community members Community recommendations consultations corruption crops decentralisation demand accountability DFID diseases districts districts of Uganda domestic violence economic liberalisation Entandikwa facilities family planning feeder roads fees fishing food security graduated tax Gross Domestic Product groups health care HIV/AIDS However Human Development Index implementation improved income increased infrastructure insecurity jerrycan Kabarole Kabarole District Kalangala Kalangala District Kampala Kampala District Kapchorwa Karimojong Kisoro Koreng Kotido Kotido District Kumi Labwor Lack of access land latrines levels limited livelihood strategies livestock Local people reported local people's malaria markets marriage Mbale Moyo Moyo District Moyo Town Mulago Hospital National Resistance Movement nepotism NGOs Nile Perch Oxfam participation Participatory Poverty Assessment Participatory Rural Appraisal particularly passion fruits PEAP perceived pests pit latrines planning poor poorer poverty eradication poverty line poverty reduction Poverty Status Report Primary Education priority problems production programmes progressive farmers rural areas Rwanda safe water sanitation season seen sensitisation service delivery shillings social social capital social relations Status Report 1999 transhumance transport trends Uganda Electricity Board Uganda National Household UNDP UNICEF UPPA UPPAP urban areas Venn diagram vulnerable WNBF women World Bank World Food Programme youth