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The Practitioners’ Guide to HEA
Chapter 5: Translating Outcomes into Action, Annex D
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Poverty Traps in S. Africa
Source: Adato, M., M.R. Carter and J. May (2006), “Exploring Poverty Traps and Social Exclusion in South Africa Using Qualitative and Quantitative Data”, J of Development Studies, 42 (2): 226-247.
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Baidoa & Qansahdhere prices have increased dramatically due to
a)high demand for sorghum from neighbouring regions.
b)Increased supply of cash both Dollars and Somali shillings.
C)They are the only cereal markets currently accessible for traders to purchase due to rains blocking roads to other markets.
Note that sorghum prices in all markets including Baidoa are still lower than the long term average (98-07).
April '07 maize prices in Lower & Middle Shabelle are still lower than the April prices since 2004.
2005 Population data - UNDP Somalia
Displaced Populations - UNHCR 4 May 2007
AWD cases,Deaths & CFR - WHO 1 jan - 3 May 2007
Market Prices - FSAU
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Local Government seeks to provide much-needed
services and peace dividends to its people. In order to
meet this goal, it needs to: