Alleviating Poverty Through Local Resources and Local Initiatives: A Case Study of Gorongosa Communities in Mozambique
Despite positive economic growth averaging 8.5% per year since 1992, there have been insignificant inroads realized in the fight against poverty in Mozambique. By 2005 about 50% of the population, mainly the 80% of rural based smallholder farmers that live below the absolute poverty line in Mozambique was considered poor according to the World Bank definition. Although richly endowed with natural resources Sofala, Tete and Inhambane rank amongst the poorest provinces.
ZIMBABWE OPEN UNIVERSITY
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- Uso Comunitário da Biodiversidade
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