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- Document2000Official Government plan to serve as a basis for the formulation of HIV/AIDS prevention and care programmes, projects and activities during the planned period.DocumentNational Statistical Office of Malawi, 2000Briefing on agriculture/poverty linkages found by analysis of the Malawi Intergrated Household SurveyFindings include: Cropping patterns do not differ greatly between poor and non-poor.Document
A relative profile of poverty in Malawi 1998: a quintile-based poverty analysis of the Malawi Integrated Household Survey, 1997-98National Statistical Office of Malawi, 2001Analysis of the 1998 survey into five quintiles according to their rank based on their household welfare indicator.Document
How, when and why does poverty get budget priority: poverty reduction strategy and public expenditure in MalawiOverseas Development Institute, 2002This paper assesses Malawi’s experience in introducing propoor public expenditure policies from the 90s to 2001. Performance is assessed in terms of the consistency of fiscal policy and resource allocations with the Government’s poverty reduction goals.DocumentNatural Resources Institute, UK, 2001Rural non-farm (RNF) activity in sub-Saharan Africa and the determinants of differential access to RNF incomes. Growing interest in RNF incomes reflects increasing evidence that rural people’s livelihoods are derived from diverse sources and are not as overwhelmingly dependent on agriculture as previously assumed.DocumentNatural Resources Institute, UK, 2001This briefing paper assumes the potential value of NR research in achieving poverty reduction objectives but outlines the challenges faced when attempting to ensure and demonstrate the realization of this potential.These challenges arise from multiple, related factors that can be distinguished as follows:.DocumentNatural Resources Institute, UK, 2001Reviews the experiences of non-governmental and community-based organizations (NGOs and CBOs, respectively) in agricultural marketing initiatives. Many NGOs target the rural poor, whose ability to access remunerative markets is a critical determinant of incomes and well-being.DocumentNatural Resources Institute, UK, 2001Reviews the large number of consumer surveys of ethical consumerism, and describes the different types of ethical consumer, their motivation and concerns, their willingness to pay an ethical premium, and the ways they learn about ethical products.DocumentFeinstein International Center, USA, 2002Explains why currently there is vulnerability to food insecurity in Afghanistan and how vulnerable individuals, households and communities are coping with food insecurity.DocumentInternational Food Policy Research Institute, 2002Briefing paper on policy approaches that IFPRI research in Africa has shown to be effective in fighting famine.