1 edition of Urban poverty alleviation in Latin America. found in the catalog.
Urban poverty alleviation in Latin America.
by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Development Cooperation Information Dept. in The Hague, Netherlands
Written in English
|Series||Poverty and development : analysis & policy ;, 3, Poverty and development ;, 3.|
|Contributions||Netherlands. Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken. Voorlichtingsdienst Ontwikkelingssamenwerking.|
|LC Classifications||HC59.72.P6 P667 1991 vol. 3, HV4050.5 P667 1991 vol. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||92228517|
This book lays out in detail the ways in which present measures of poverty underestimate urban poverty and presents the data on urban poverty and inequality, and especially urban health deprivations. It demonstrates that research policy and action to improve the lives of low-income urban dwellers are a global priority. Abstract: This book is a dialogue about poverty in North America, especially in Mexico and the United States. Poverty has different roots and different manifestations, and requires different responses, whether in the Mississippi delta, in Native American reservations, among single-parent families in inner cities, or in Mexico’s rural southern states and in its urban areas.
Poverty in Latin America Words | 6 Pages. Poverty, or the inability to afford basic human needs, is an issue that is spread worldwide. There are people everywhere who cannot afford shelter, food, healthcare, or education. This book explores and defines the role of populism in Africa's urban centers and its political outcomes. In particular, it examines how a populist strategy offers greater differentiation from the multitude of African parties that are defined solely by their leader's personality, and greater policy congruence with those issues most relevant to Cited by:
This book is a dialogue about poverty in North America, especially in Mexico and the United States. Poverty has different roots and different manifestations, and requires different responses, whether in the Mississippi delta, in Native American reservations, among single-parent families in inner cities, or in Mexico’s rural southern states and in its urban areas. Around a billion people live in informal settlements. Drawing on the knowledge and practical experience of our partners in Asia, Latin America and Africa, IIED is working to reduce urban poverty, and to change misleading views about urbanisation and rural change.
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Title: Urban poverty alleviation in Latin America: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Netherlands. Ministry of Foreign Affairs -NL. The author's summaries of presentations and discussions at a conference on urban poverty in Latin America, held Dec.
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 20 April Pub. location London. Imprint by: 2. Urban Poverty in America: The Truly Disadvantaged Revisited. Selected landmarks from the Corktown Neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan. The Truly Disadvantaged, written by Harvard professor William Julius Wilson, was first published in and significantly impacted the debate about the causes of urban (ghetto) poverty and potential public policy : Wilmot Allen.
Environmental awareness and social mobilization is a growing issue in Latin America. This book discusses how co-operative recycling practices have been increasingly used as a strategy to contest both the waste problem and urban by: Since more than half of Latin America's million poor now live in cities, poverty alleviation programs there must shift their traditional rural focus to urban settings.
World Bank staff and consultants here provide a comprehensive compilation of what we know -- and do not know -- about the conditions and causes of urban poverty, along with a plethora of policy initiatives that can help.
Urban poverty alleviation Rapid urbanization has meant that urban poverty is increasing both in scale and gravity in many countries, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Policy development in the past has failed to keep pace with the plight of the poor in these ever-growing urban areas.
known book “Development as although urban poverty in Latin America is. Realistic discussions of poverty alleviation strategies in Africa need to be grounded in the context of these land Author: Lia Rosida.
Despite this relatively low poverty incidence, the absolute number of poor people is high, and most studies agree that about half of Latin America's poor live in urban areas. The Bank's own estimates suggest that 60 percent of the poor ( million people) and half the extreme poor (46 million individuals) live in urban areas.
Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office The World Bank May WPS Poverty Alleviation in Mexico Santiago Levy T he main determinants of poverty in Mexico are macroeconomic uncertainity, an urban bias in social and infrastructure spending, atnd institutional arrangements and government policies in rural areas that discriminate.
The urban poor in Latin America (English) Abstract. With three quarters of its population living in cities, Latin America is now essentially an urban region. Higher urbanization is usually associated with a number of positives, such as higher income, greater access to services, and lower poverty incidence Cited by: In Recovering Resources -Recycling Citizenship: Urban Poverty Reduction in Latin America, for example, Jutta Gutberlet () demonstrates the necessity of reconceptualizing waste as a resource Author: Jutta Gutberlet.
This book deepens the understanding of the broader processes that shape and mediate the responses to climate change of poor urban households and communities in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Representing an important contribution to the evolution of more effective pro-poor climate change policies i.
This book is a dialogue about poverty in North America, especially in Mexico and the United States. Poverty has different roots and different manifestations, and requires different responses, whether in the Mississippi delta, in Native American reservations, among single-parent families in inner cities, or in Mexico's rural southern states and in its urban areas.
With the goal of showing the effect of domestic factors on the performance of poverty alleviation strategies in Latin America, Tracy Beck Fenwick explores the origins and rise of conditional cash transfer programs (CCTs) in the region, and then traces the politics and evolution of specific programs in Brazil and Argentina.
The seminar brought attention to the growing urban problems in Latin America stimulating insightful discussion on how to define and evaluate poverty, the importance of social policy and social capital in poverty alleviation, and the on-going efforts of development organizations to reduce urban poverty in the region.
Theorising slum tourism in Latin America and the Caribbean: Performing, negotiating and transforming inequality. Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe/European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 93, - Author: Eveline Dürr, Rivke Jaffe, Gareth A.
Jones. Poverty and Poverty Alleviation Strategies in North America is a dialogue about poverty in North America, especially in Mexico and the United States.
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Poverty Alleviation Strategies Under Informality: Evidence for Latin America Martín Caruso, Sebastian Galiani, Federico Weinschelbaum. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Development Economics Strategies based on growth and inequality reduction require a long-run horizon, and this paper therefore argues that those strategies need to be complemented by poverty Author: Martin Caruso Bloeck, Sebastian Galiani, Federico Weinschelbaum.
Rural poverty is extensive. Using a poverty line defined as twice the expenditure to achieve a minimum nutritional requirement, the incidence of rural poverty was 51% across Latin America in [own calculations based on CEPAL () data].
It was above 50% in six of the 12 countries with data, Mexico (53%), Colombia (54%), Peru (61%), El Salvador (62%), Guatemala (75%) and Honduras (80%).Cited by:. Get this from a library! Recovering resources--recycling citizenship: urban poverty reduction in Latin America.
[Jutta Gutberlet] -- "Environmental awareness and social mobilization is a growing issue in Latin America. This book discusses how co-operative recycling practices have been increasingly used as a strategy to contest.Conceptual Framework of Urban Poverty Reduction: Specific conclusions regarding towards the conceptual framework of urban poverty reduction issues are discussed.
With the resources and literatures available today, however, there is no excuse for hundreds of millions still living in urban poverty around the world. nor has Latin America Cited by: 9.Urban poverty in the Middle East and North Africa is characterized by challenges like scarcity of water and a high urban unemployment.
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