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Djibouti [electronic resource] : Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2004.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 04/152.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 04/152
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (191 p.)
Local subjects:
Abandoned children.
Access to care.
Access to drinking water.
Access to education.
Access to health care.
Access to services.
Affecting street children.
Armed conflict.
Armed forces.
Basic needs.
Birth.
Birth attendants.
Births.
Breastfeeding.
Care centers.
Child health.
Child mortality.
Child transmission.
Children per woman.
Chronic diseases.
Conception.
Condoms.
Contraception.
Contraceptive.
Contraceptive methods.
Criminal court.
Criminal procedures.
Curative care.
Detention centers.
Domestic violence.
Epidemic.
Epidemics.
Family health.
Family life.
Family members.
Family planning.
Family planning services.
Family reunification.
Fertility.
Fertility rate.
Fertility rates.
Food security.
Forms of abuse.
Gender inequalities.
Gender inequality.
Gender issues.
Gender perspective.
Genital mutilation.
Genital mutilations.
Health care.
Health education program.
Health information.
Health of women.
Health policy.
Health professionals.
Health service.
Health services.
High fertility.
High schools.
Hiv.
Hiv/aids.
Infant mortality.
Infant mortality rate.
Infectious diseases.
Infibulation.
Juvenile.
Life expectancy at birth.
Live births.
Living conditions.
Management information system.
Marital status.
Married women.
Maternal death.
Maternal mortality.
Maternal mortality rate.
Maternal mortality rates.
Mental disorders.
Mental health.
Midwife.
Mortality rate.
Mortality rates.
Mother.
Mothers.
Number of children.
Old age.
Orphans.
Participation of women.
Population growth.
Population growth rate.
Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility.
Pregnancies.
Pregnancy.
Pregnancy complications.
Pregnant women.
Preventive measures.
Primary schools.
Public health.
Religious leaders.
Reproductive age.
Reproductive health.
Reproductive health programs.
Reproductive health service.
Reproductive health services.
Reproductive rights.
Secondary education.
Service delivery.
Sexually transmitted diseases.
Social assistance.
Social mobilization.
Social protection.
Social safety.
Social services.
Stis.
Street children.
Total fertility rate.
Universal access.
Urban centers.
Violence against women.
Vocational training.
Vulnerable groups.
Young girls.
Young people.
Djibouti.
Summary:
This Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) on Djibouti explains past strategies and the PRSP formulation process. Djibouti suffers from a gross lack of reliable health statistics. Available information gives only a fragmented picture of the reality, but globally, it reveals a difficult health situation. The promotion of a coherent and integrated employment policy must be one of the cornerstones of the poverty reduction strategy. Being a new country with few human resources, Djibouti’s governance problems considerably limit the effectiveness of government economic and social programs for the poor.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1451810644:
9781451810646
ISSN:
1934-7685
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451810646.002
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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