After a Decade of Growth in Africa, Little Change in Poverty at the Grassroots

By Boniface Dulani, Robert Mattes and Carolyn Logan
Publication Date:
1 October 2013
Africa, Sustainable Development

New data from Round 5 of the Afrobarometer, collected across an unprecedented 34 African countries between October 2011 and June 2013, demonstrates that "lived poverty" remains pervasive across the continent.


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