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Mozambique then and now : an atlas of socio-economic statistics - 1997-2007 (Inglês)

It is well known that Mozambique is characterized by wide variations in socio-economic indicators across provinces. According to available statistics, such differences have decreased in recent years. There has been great progress in both primary and secondary enrollment rates the last decade; however, which areas have made the greatest progress, and which areas are still lacking behind? Infant mortality rates fell the last decade, but where did they decline the most, and where are they still high? This atlas provides maps and illustrations that give insights into these aspects and many more. It does so by showing a range of social and economic statistics at the level of administrative posts. For most of the indicators it includes maps which show the situation in 1997 and in 2007. In addition some of the maps specifically illustrate the change over the decade. Overall the atlas provides a fascinating snapshot of recent socio-economic changes in Mozambique.


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    Adriano, Antonio, Chipembe,Cassiano Soda, Covele,Paulo Alberto, Molini,Vasco, Nieves,Andrea Heloise, Nucifora,Antonio, Pave Sohnesen,Thomas

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    Mozambique then and now : an atlas of socio-economic statistics - 1997-2007

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    population under 15 year of age;health facility;rural area;primary gross enrollment rate;access to safe water;water from river;source of drinking water;gross secondary enrollment rate;women of childbearing age;access to basic service;high rural population density;access to secondary school;household use;share of children;improved water source;infant mortality rate;running water;consumption per capita;Poverty & Inequality;share of labor;change in population;main urban center;ownership of asset;means of transportation;maternal mortality rate;live birth;complete secondary education;level of consumption;poverty reduction program;primary enrollment rate;prevalence of malnutrition;female enrollment rate;secondary school education;cases of diarrhea;secondary school-age child;complete primary education;educated labor force;share of woman;average travel speed;low enrollment rate;primary school-age child;termination of pregnancy;sources of water;high fertility rate;toilet facility;underweight child;travel distance;living condition;diarrhea cases;wild life;religious belief;social aspect;land suitability;poverty headcount;urban household;malnutrition indicators;stunted child;malaria case;universal enrollment;high share;statistical information;protected springs;dug well;household connection;policy formulation;health post;cattle owner;average distance;geographic location;rainwater collection;decreasing fertility;phone lines;population pyramid;graphic designer;small area;small sample;poor health;inadequate food;weight loss;anthropometric measure;cellular service;socio-economic status;young population;observed increase;seasonal rainfall;road infrastructure;cattle ownership;economic statistic;water well;share ownership;physical asset;household ownership;living standard;common language;survey data;service access;section show;water bodies;natural vegetation;product availability;land capability;high enrollment;animal ownership;average temperature;socio-economic indicator;rural south;summer months;Population Growth;technical school;Gender Gap;large population;religious denominations;adult female;adult male;coastal area;substantial variation;



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