Beating the Odds: Sustaining Inclusion in Mozambique's Growing Economy, Volume 2

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World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 2008 - Social Science - 285 pages
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The story of Mozambique is one of successful transformation. Since 1994, when it faced a decimated infrastructure, a weak economy, and fragile institutions, it has sustained high economic growth and has made tangible reductions in poverty. Its recovery from civil conflict and extreme poverty make it a showcase for other nations embarking on similar transitions. Still, more than half of the population lives in poverty. Gaps persist between city dwellers and farmers, men and women, rich and poor. And although growth continues, there is concern that Mozambique?s drive to reduce poverty may lose m.
 

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Contents

Table 3 Importance of Household Constraints on Access to Justice
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Chapter 1 Povertys Many Dimensions in Mozambique
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Box 11 About Mozambique
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Box 12 Data Used in the Reports Analysis
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Figure 11 Poverty Rates by Area 1997 and 2003
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Figure 12 Population and Poverty by Province 2003
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Figure 13 Human Development in Mozambique by Province 1999
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Table 12 Coping Strategies in Communities Visited 2006
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Table 13 School Attendance by Orphan Status Area and Wealth Tercile 2006
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Determinants of Consumption 2003
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Table 14 SelfAssessment of Welfare Relative to Others in the Community 2006
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Table 15 Number of Meals Consumed during Previous Day 2006
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Table 16 Perceptions of Change in Household Poverty in Rural Areas over Past Five Years 2006
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Chapter 2 The Mechanisms of Shared Growth
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Table 21 GDP by Expenditure Category Share and Growth Rate 19972003
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Table 22 Decomposition of Change in Poverty by Location and Sector 1997 and 2003
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Table 23 GDP Labor Force Productivity and Poverty by Sector 1997 and 2003
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Figure 21 Agricultures Share of Labor Force Remains above the Share of GDP but That of Industry or Private Services Does not
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Figure 22 Average Annual Growth Rates of Output and Employment by Sector 1997 and 2003
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Box 21 Who Is in the Labor Force in Mozambique?
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Box 22 Analyzing Household Livelihood Dynamics
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Table 24 Type of Employment by Area 19972003
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Table 25 Distribution of the Labor Force by Sector Type of Employment and Area 2003
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Figure 23 Employment in Urban Areas
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Box 23 Perceptions of Unemployment in Urban Communities
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Box 24 Local Employment Effects of Parastatal Downsizing in Angoche Nampula
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Figure 24 More Rural Households Have Income from HighValue Sources
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Table 26 Highest Level of Education Completed by Type of Employment 1997 and 2003
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Figure 25 Education Is the Most Important Determinant of Wages 2003
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Box 25 Who Does What in Mozambique?
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Box 26 When Women Select Them Community Infrastructure Investments Raise the Productivity of Women
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Figure 26 All Sectors Are Still Growing Rapidly in Mozambique 200008
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Chapter 3 Agricultural Growth Diversification and Mobility
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Figure 31 Growth of Agricultural GDP 19922003
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Table 31 Estimated Actual and Potential Crop Yields 1998
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Table 32 Sources of Growth in Rural Household Income by Quintile 19962002
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Figure 32 Average Annual Growth of Rural Household Income per Adult Equivalent by Income per Adult Equivalent Quintile 19962002 and 200205
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Table 33 Rural Income Poverty Incidence and Transition Matrix 2002 and 2005
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Figure 33 Seasonal Variation in WellBeing and Vulnerability 2006
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Box 31 Seasonality of Vulnerability in Two Localities in Mozambique
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Figure 34 Rural Poverty Transition Status and Welfare Perceptions 200205
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Table 35 Rural Poverty Dynamics and OffFarm Income Diversification 200205
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Chapter 4 Government Expenditure Policies and the Poor
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Table 41 Sectoral Expenditures as a Percentage of Total Expenditures 19992006
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Figure 41 Total Expenditure in PARPA Priority Areas as a Percentage of GDP and Total Expenditure 19992007
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Figure 48 Perceptions of Change in the Education Sector by Area 2006
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Figure 49 Health Expenditure Shares by Source 19972002
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Figure 410 Number of Inhabitants per Physician and per Health Worker by Region 2003
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Figure 411 Health Expenditure per Capita and Poverty Incidence by Province 2003 and 2004
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Table 46 Number of Live Births Attended at Health Facility and Vaccination Coverage by Province 1997 and 2003
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Table 47 Regional Comparison of Welfare Indicators
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Table 48 Selected Social Outcome Indicators
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Consumption Growth and Malnutrition in Mozambique
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Figure 412 Total Household Health Expenditure and Share of Health Expenditure in Total Cash Expenditure by Area of Residence 2003
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Table 49 Perceptions of Change in Health Services by Area of Residence and Gender of Household Head 2006
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Figure 414 Total PROAGRI Budget and Share Allocated to Provinces 19992005
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Box 42 PROAGRI and Smallholders
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Table 410 PROAGRI Budget by Expenditure Component 19992005
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Table 411 Extension Worker Density in Mozambique 2004
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Figure 415 Access to Extension Advice by Income Level and Extension Budget by Province 2002
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Box 43 Quality of Water in EratiNamapa Nampula
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Figure 416 Percentage Population with Access to Safe Water by Region and Quintile 1997 and 2003
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Chapter 5 Getting the State Closer to Its Poor Citizens
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Box 51 Institutional Reform Is a Long Process and Results Are Often Slow in Coming
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Box 52 Municipalization Experience on the Ground
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Box 53 Community Scorecards in Malawi and Maputo
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Box 54 National Identification Cards and Claiming Citizenship Rights
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Table 51 Household Constraints in Access to Justice
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Table 52 Resolution of Problems in Urban Areas by Gender of Household Head 2006
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Box 56 Traditional Authorities and Their Historical Role in Dispute Resolution
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Figure 51 Structure of Conflict Resolution in EratiNamapa Nampula
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Table 54 Awareness of How to Obtain Land Title by Area Gender of Household Head and Tercile 2006
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Table 55 Reasons for Lack of Title by Area and Gender of Household Head 2006
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Chapter 6 The Impact of HIVAIDS in Mozambique
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Box 61 Data Used in the Analysis
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Figure 61 Adult Prevalence Rates by Province 2002 and 2004
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Figure 62 Number of HIVAIDSInfected People by Gender 19982010
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Table 61 Awareness of HIVAIDS and Prevention Methods 2003
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Figure 63 Population Projections for South Africa with and without HIVAIDS 2000 and 2025
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Figure 64 Expected AIDS Deaths Age 15 and Older 19992010
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Figure 65 Number of Orphans Age 0 to 17 19982010
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Table 62 Ratio of Current School Attendance of Orphans to Nonorphans by Type of Orphan 2003
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Table 63 DifferenceinDifferences Analysis of Rural Household Composition by Gender of Deceased PrimeAge Adults in Mozambique 200205
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Table 64 ART Coverage in Mozambique and Neighboring Countries 2005
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Table 66 People Receiving HAART in Mozambique by Gender and Region October 2005
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Chapter 7 The Poverty Reduction Strategy
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Table 71 Key Features of PARPA I and II
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Notes
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References
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Index
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