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3rd January 2005 This paper provides an overview of the expanded public works programme, with a focus on the infrastructure sector, which is coordinated by the... →
3rd January 2005 This paper gives a critical review of the potential contribution of the expanded public works programme to overcoming under-development and linking... →
3rd January 2005 In the 2002/2003 period, Southern Africa experienced the worst food crises the region has encountered since 1992. Most assessments of this period... →
8th December 2004 According to this International Labour Organisation report, with half the world's workers unable to earn enough to rise above the $2 a day poverty... →
7th December 2004 Studies of the elderly are quite common in First World countries, but little is known about old people and their needs in developing countries.... →
3rd December 2004 This report, by the Global Campaign for Education, indicates that although school enrolments in poverty-stricken Zambia are increasing, the country... →
Stagnation or revival? Israeli disengagement and Palestinian Economic Prospects: Overview (December 2004)
3rd December 2004 This World Bank report asserts that a disengagement plan that is accompanied by a rolling back of Israel's closure policy and a stronger... →
30th November 2004 This part of the World Economic & Social Report addresses international migration. It examines historical and recent surges in migration, policies... →
30th November 2004 This part of the World Economic & Social Survey discussees the state of the world economy in 2004 and the outlook for 2005. It includes a review of... →
29th November 2004 The Gauteng Provincial Government has registered significant achievements regarding socioeconomic transformation in the province. However, the... →