Conference on Poverty and Well-being in Mozambique: Analysis of the 2014/15 Household Survey Results
This conference brought together policy advisers, development practitioners, and government representatives to discuss the results of the 4th Mozambique poverty assessment based on the 2014/15 household budget survey. These long-awaited poverty estimates at national and regional level include both consumption and multidimensional measures, and could influence national policy and international cooperation.
The conference aimed to raise public awareness on the issue of poverty and highlight the importance of poverty estimates and its policy implications. By identifying the most important characteristics of poverty for the Mozambican case we can aid decision makers in the country in tackling the challenge of improving living conditions for the worst off.
This conference took place on 25 October 2016 at the Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre in Maputo.
The full report, Poverty and well-being in Mozambique: Fourth National Poverty Assessment (in Portugese), the executive summary (in English), and Maimuna Ibraimo's announcement slides (in Portuguese).
|08:00-09:00||Registration and coffee|
Opening of the Session
Representative of International Community
Prof Finn Tarp, UNU-WIDER
Representative of the Government of Mozambique
Presentation of the report
Maimuna Ibraimo, Directorate of Economic and Financial Studies, MEF, Mozambique
Representative of the Ministry of Economics and Finance, Mozambique
Representative of the Forum of the Women
Prof Channing Arndt, Senior Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Representative of University Eduardo Mondlane
Representative of the World Bank
|11:15-12:15||Questions and answers|