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Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia

Karin Kronlid

Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia

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Published by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urban poor -- Ethiopia.,
  • Education, Urban -- Ethiopia,
  • Public welfare -- Ethiopia

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKarin Kronlid.
    SeriesWIDER discussion papers -- no.2001/144
    ContributionsWorld Institute for Development Economics Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19816346M
    ISBN 109291901148

    significant. Forthe mean monthly income for urban Household is around RM 1, in while the mean monthly income for rural Household is RM Similarly the mean monthly household income in , the gap of household income for rural-urban areas also significant until year (Economic Planning Unit, ; Department of Statistics, ).Cited by: 1. Migration to urban areas is usually motivated by the hope of better lives. In peasant associations daily life is a struggle to survive. About 16% of the population in Ethiopia are living on less than 1 dollar per day (). Only 65% of rural households in Ethiopia consume the World. The survey provides updated information on household welfare and socio-economic status. Results are presented at the national and urban-rural levels, and can be separated by gender.. Proportion of individuals who were happy with their primary economic activities and willingness to work more hours. Abstract The urban population in Ethiopia is increasing rapidly. If managed proactively, urban population growth presents a huge opportunity to shift the structure and location of economic activity from rural agriculture to the larger and more diversified urban industrial and service sectors.

    Abstract Using the nationally representative Urban Household Income and Expenditure Survey (UHIES) conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) of China, we document a steadily rising trend in income and consumption inequality during the period from to in urban China. Despite the rising urban inequality over time, the social welfare of urban residents unambiguously improved Cited by:


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Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia by Karin Kronlid Download PDF EPUB FB2

Household Welfare and Education in Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia book Ethiopia. This study assesses the determinants of urban household poverty in Addis Ababa based on survey data using logistic regression.

Based on the cost of basic needs approach, out of the surveyed households, of them were found to be poor, that is, the head count is %.Author: TEGODIE HIBSTU. This paper investigates the correlates of household welfare in urban Ethiopia with an emphasis on the impact of education.

We use household panel data collected between and This paper investigates the correlates of household welfare in urban Ethiopia with an emphasis on the impact of education. We use household panel data collected between and Welfare is approximated by household income.

Although non-educated households are found in all income quintiles, education has a significant effect on household by: 3. Household Welfare and Education in Urban Ethiopia Karin Kronlid * December Abstract This paper investigates the correlates of household welfare in urban Ethiopia with an emphasis on the impact of education.

We use household panel data collected between and Welfare is approximated by household income. Although non-educated. Comparison of Welfare and Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia book An Application of Stochastic Dominance Testing to Ethiopian Household Data’, ().

Consumption Patterns and Ownership of Durables’, in Descriptive Report on the Panel Socio-economic Survey of Major Urban Centers in : Karin Kronlid. We examine the relationship between bargaining power and intrahousehold welfare in rural Ethiopia.

The relative nutrition of spouses is associated with differences in cognitive ability, independent income and asset devolution upon divorce. Female empowerment benefits child nutrition and education.

Data. The primary data sources used in this analysis are the / (hereafter ), / (hereafter ), and / (hereafter ) Ethiopia Household Income, Consumption and Expenditure Surveys (HICES) and Welfare Monitoring Surveys (WMS).Author: David Stifel.

ETHIOPIA PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW Report No: ACS Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia book growth agriculture infrastructure education domestic growth agriculture infrastructure education Figure Composition of student according to household wealth by levels of education.

85 Figure Composition of completers according to household wealth by education File Size: 4MB. unemployment in urban Ethiopia and its impact on household welfare. Regression results from a binary probit model estimation show that urban unemployment in Ethiopia in is determined by age, marital status, education beyond primary school and living in the capital Addis Ababa.

Moreover, the results from OLS regression of consumption. households collected through the Ethiopian Urban Household Surveys from to Based on real total household expenditure per month as our preferred welfare indicator, our results indicate that there is a high level chronic poverty ( %) more concentrated in central and northern cities.

Households that experience transitoryCited by: Data from the wave of the Ethiopian Urban Socio Economic Survey on four major cities of Ethiopia is used to investigate the determinants of unemployment in urban Ethiopia and its impact on household welfare.

Regression results from a binary probit model estimation show that urban unemployment in Ethiopia in is determined by age, marital status, education Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia book primary school and Cited by: 2.

welfare policies in countries throughout Africa, and higher orphan prevalence countries in particular, in order to examine how current recipients either include or exclude populations made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS, poverty, and other household shocks.

Using multiple sources, the characteristics of government and employer-provided old-age. There are several reasons the effects on food consumption, and welfare more generally, may Household welfare and education in urban Ethiopia book been quite serious, at least for certain types of households in urban Ethiopia.

1 First, the share of household expenditure spent on food in urban Ethiopia is high, suggesting that welfare is sensitive to food price by:   Ethiopia is one of seven countries being supported by the World Bank, through funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), to strengthen the production of household-level data on agriculture.

POVERTY PROFILE OF ETHIOPIA: Analysis based on the /00 HICE & WM Survey Results Welfare Monitoring Unit (WMU) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia March, Addis Ababa Ethiopia.

Ethiopia Poverty Assessment - Harnessing Continued Growth for Accelerated Poverty Reduction (English) Abstract. This poverty assessment focuses on the evolution of poverty and other social indicators in Ethiopia between and (henceforth referred to as and ).

There is, however, an increasing trend of urban growth and with it urban poverty all over the world. In Ethiopia urban poverty, in comparison to rural poverty and national level poverty, has increased over time.

This has necessitated urban poverty reduction as an important area of intervention in urban development and planning.

The report, which includes a special focus on poverty and household welfare betweennotes that overall households have seen improvements in welfare, although disparities between urban and rural areas, and within rural areas, persist.

Impressive growth of. The poverty assessment documents large differences in schooling outcomes between urban and rural children and, to a lesser extent, between children in the bottom welfare quintile and those at the top.

Inmore than 65% of youth aged in urban Ethiopia had completed primary school (grade 8). The Household Income, Consumption and Expenditure Survey questionnaire contains the following forms: Form 1: Area Identification and Household Characteristics - Form 2A: Quantity and value of weekly consumption of food and drinks consumed at home and tobacco/including quantity purchased, own produced, obtained, etc for first and second week.

Education was thus an important factor in the determination of the longer-term welfare of households, but more so in urban than in rural areas. Most of the occupational variables are significant. Household heads with private businesses, own-account work, civil service, public and private enterprise jobs were more likely to remain nonpoor and Cited by:   Poverty and household welfare in Ethiopia, 1.

Poverty and household welfare in Ethiopia, 2. Introduction • Presents household-level welfare trends between and • National, urban/rural, regional, ecological zones • Consumption expenditure is used as a measure of welfare • Based on the last two rounds of Ho.

According to MPI, 90 percent of Ethiopia people are under poverty line which put Ethiopia rd out of developing countries. What strikes me is the failure of the report to reflect the current reality of the country. It is an open secret regarding the efforts of the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to make poverty history in the Size: 64KB.

DYNAMICS OF WELFARE AND POVERTY IN POOR RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITIES OF ETHIOPIA i Contents Summary ii The Authors ii Acknowledgements ii 1. Introduction 1 2.

Literature review 3 Theories of poverty 3 Empirical evidence on the correlates of poverty 4 Summary of literature review 6 3. Data and method 7 Data source 7 Models used and estimation. of Ethiopia is used to investigate the determinants of unemployment in urban Ethiopia and its impact on household welfare.

Regression results from a binary probit model estimation show that urban unemployment in Ethiopia in is determined by age, marital status, education beyond primary school and living in the capital Addis Ababa. The Household Consumption Expenditure Surveys have been conducted by Central Statistical Agency (CSA) of Ethiopia since /96 at four or five year intervals.

The /11 HCES is the fourth survey in the series; previous surveys were conducted in /96, /, and / Shimeles Abebe & Andinet Delelegn, "Working Paper - Rising Food Prices and Household Welfare in Ethiopia: Evidence from Micro Data," Working Paper SeriesAfrican Development Ncube & Shimeles Abebe & Audrey Chouchane, "Working Paper - South Africa’s Quest for Inclusive Development," Working Paper SeriesAfrican Development Bank.

The experience of poverty in Ethiopia Structures of poverty: social exclusion, exploitation, conflict and insecurity The underlying ‘poverty model’: Ethiopia’s income poverty in the wider context Changes in income poverty since the s Capability poverty: Ethiopia in the wider contextFile Size: KB.

In light of this the study assessed determinants of urban poverty in Debre Markos town. Data to carry out the study came from surveys conducted in the year A total of household heads were selected by a systematic random sampling from six Kebeles: Keb 03, 04, 05, 08, and 12 of the town.

The majority of people in Ethiopia are living in rural areas (83%) where poverty is more widespread than in urban areas. About 44% of the population is below the nationally defined poverty line in /, while it is 45% for rural population and 37% for urban population.

Poverty is also deeper and severer in rural areas than in urban areas File Size: KB. The study provides an overview of the multi-faceted and spatial dimensions of urban poverty in Ethiopia drawing on the household survey data.

First, the study observes urban poverty through a “spatial lens” by segmenting the urban space based on population size and assessing “intra-urban” spatial patterns of Size: KB. Factors Affecting Participation of Woman in Household Decision Making: Implication for Family Welfare and Agriculture Development (Dr.

Kavita Baliyan, Assistant Professor, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow) Introduction Status and role of women are linked to the cultural practices and social system of the country. WomenFile Size: KB. PEP researchers in Ethiopia hold national conference to share how urbanization is improving welfare.

23 December | Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. A team of local PEP researchers held a national policy conference to discuss how urbanization is improving household welfare in Ethiopia, and what can be done so that more people benefit. Chris Prouty’s book Empress Taytu and Menilek II is a dense book but very interesting history.

Notes from a Hyena’s Belly about growing up in the Eastern part of Ethiopia also easy read and interesting. Yohaness G. Mariam has just published a wonderful children’s book: Kilo Mamo.

Ethiopia, of course also has a world-renowned cuisine. in urban areas iswhile rural inequality increased from to though inequality is still higher in urban than in rural areas. The proportion of food poor people (food File Size: KB. Finance and Poverty in Ethiopia.

The poverty line is computed on the basis of food and non-food (non-durables) basic needs by taking into account consumption preferences of the poorest population and price differences across rural and urban areas.

For further details, see Bigsten. et al. Rising Food Prices and Household Welfare in Ethiopia: Evidence from Micro Data Abebe Shimeles and Andinet Delelegn1 ABSTRACT 1 Abebe Shimeles and Andinet Delelegn are respectively Manager at the Development Research Department, African Development Bank and Lecturer at the Department of Economics, Georgian State University.

Decomposition of Household Expenditure and Child Welfare in Rural Ethiopia temporal allocations. Household expenditures increase when children are born and reared – a within period change.

But households may start saving before children are born – expectation of having children resulting in inter-temporal allocations (Banks, et al., ).

total household expenditure, education, health, prices and HIV/AIDS. The paper is organized as follows. In section 2, in an attempt to put the issue of urban chronic poverty in Ethiopia in a global context, we highlight some international experiences in urban poverty research and.

Poverty and Pdf Malnutrition in Ethiopia: Analysis of rural and urban households in Ethiopia [Welderufael, Mesfin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poverty and Child Malnutrition in Ethiopia: Analysis of rural and urban households in EthiopiaAuthor: Mesfin Welderufael.Female-Headed Households, Fema!headed households Poverty, and the Welfare -a growing segment of 8razilian households -are Children r w_ in.

Urban. v s. Brazil ~~~~~heterogenous group)that heteerthatdefies stereotyprkg. While most are not poor, a large Ricardo Barros number of the poor, Louise Fox es lly l ch ldren, live in.affecting the household’s ebook to use these assets (ill health, entitlement failure) and conditions in the local, national and international economies (Baulch and Hoddinott, ).

Baulch and Hoddinott suggest that poverty in any one year varies in response to asset endowments, the household’sFile Size: KB.