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Zambia - Poverty assessment (Vol. 2) : Appendices (English)

The poverty crisis in Zambia is a result of long-standing inappropriate policies compounded by severe external shocks. Zambia's development path neither provided adequate opportunities for the rural poor to increase their incomes, nor generated employment opportunities for the fast-growing urban labor force. ... See More +

Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report 12985 NOV 10, 1994

Zambia - Poverty assessment (Vol. 3) : Rural poverty assesment (English)

The poverty crisis in Zambia is a result of long-standing inappropriate policies compounded by severe external shocks. Zambia's development path neither provided adequate opportunities for the rural poor to increase their incomes, nor generated employment opportunities for the fast-growing urban labor force. ... See More +

Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report 12985 NOV 10, 1994

Zambia - Poverty assessment (Vol. 4) : Urban sector services: an assessment of service provision in the context of Zambia ' s urban poverty (English)

The poverty crisis in Zambia is a result of long-standing inappropriate policies compounded by severe external shocks. Zambia's development path neither provided adequate opportunities for the rural poor to increase their incomes, nor generated employment opportunities for the fast-growing urban labor force. ... See More +

Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report 12985 NOV 10, 1994

Zambia - Poverty assessment (Vol. 5) : Participatory poverty assessment (English)

The poverty crisis in Zambia is a result of long-standing inappropriate policies compounded by severe external shocks. Zambia's development path neither provided adequate opportunities for the rural poor to increase their incomes, nor generated employment opportunities for the fast-growing urban labor force. ... See More +

Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report 12985 NOV 10, 1994