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Informes e investigaciones
Enero 1999
Mozambique

Cash transfer programs are rare in Sub-Saharan Africa. This paper describes the evolution of a cash transfer program in major urban centers of Mozambique, from its inception in 1990 through two major reorganizations until October 1998. Appropriate design, strong multisectoral political support and adequate administrative capacity are critical factors determining the success of such programs.

Informes e investigaciones
Enero 1999
Mozambique
África

Undernutrition of children 0-60 months old in Mozambique is much higher in rural than in urban areas. Food security is about the same, although substantial regional differences exist. Given these outcomes, we hypothesized that the determinants of food security and nutritional status in rural and urban areas of Mozambique would differ as well.

Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 1998
Angola
Burkina Faso
Benin
Nigeria
Mozambique
Mauritania
Malí
Burundi
China
Congo
Guinea
Níger
Camerún
Rwanda
Comoras
Gabón
Argentina
República Centroafricana
Senegal
Chad
Togo
África

The issue of supplying food to African towns will remain a major challenge in the coming years in view of the steep urban growth, the small increase in extensive agricultural production and the risks of bottlenecks in the supply and distribution circuits. Yet it is very difficult to summarize this issue for French-speaking Africa.

Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 1998
Fiji
Estados Unidos de América
Malí
Samoa
Alemania
Guinea-Bissau
Vanuatu
Canadá
Guinea
Islas Salomón
Nueva Zelandia
Mozambique
Filipinas
Sudáfrica
Australia
Madagascar
Italia
Papua Nueva Guinea

Community-based natural resource management and local users of natural resources can, and in many cases do, manage resources sustainably – if their rights to do so are recognized and protected, if appropriate institutions are in place or can be developed, and if the benefits are significant, obvious and secure.

Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 1997
Angola
Sudán
Rwanda
Gambia
Malí
Burundi
Zimbabwe
Ghana
Congo
Guinea
Malawi
Comoras
Camerún
Cabo Verde
Mozambique
Uganda
Somalia
Gabón
Botswana
Senegal
Chad
Togo
Kenya

The State of the World's Forests reports every two years on the status of forests, recent major policy and institutional developments and key issues concerning the forest sector. The purpose of the publication is to provide current, reliable and policy-relevant information to policy-makers, foresters and other natural resource managers, academics, forest industry and civil society.

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