Poverty: 2009 and 2010 American Community Survey Briefs American Community Survey Reports
The Poorest, Smallest and Most Vulnerable Economies in Global Trade: A Role for the G20 A paper commissioned for the Commonwealth Secretariat and La Francophonie June 2011
Special Focus Facility (“SFF”) Initiative . This webpage offers a list of nursing homes that (a) have had a history of serious quality issues
I n developing countries, millions of people suffer from avoidable health problems—such as infectious diseases, malnutrition, and complications of childbirth—simply because they are poor.
Introduction This study examines what has been happening to the poorest people in Bangladesh over recent times.1 1 Around 31% of the rural population presently suffer the indignity of chronic poverty—low consumption, hunger and undernutrition, lack of access to basic health services ...
1 Assisting the poorest in Bangladesh: Learning from BRAC’s ‘Targeting the Ultra Poor’ Programme David Hulme, Karen Moore and Kazi Faisal Bin Seraj
The poorest of the poor experience economic deprivation brought about by lack of jobs, lack of education to pursue better career, and lack of opportunities to pursue other productive/livelihood activities and social and economic crises.
Poor, Poorer, Poorest: Urban Livelihoods and Vulnerability in Mazar-i-Sharif Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit i Case Study Series POOR, POORER,
Microcreditand the Poorest of the Poor: Theory and Evidence from Bolivia SERGIONAVAJAS The OhioState University, Columbus, USA MARKSCHREINER Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA RICHARDL.
U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. CENSUS BUREAU American Community Survey Reports Income, Earnings, and Poverty Data From the 2007 American Community Survey Issued August 2008 ACS-09 By Alemayehu Bishaw Jessica Semega Helping You Make Informed Decisions