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Extra resources for A poverty profile of Cambodia, Parts 63-373
Analysis of Gender-Poverty Linkages 53 C. Poverty Tables 57 D. Reference Food Bundle 61 E. Technical Guide for Programmers 71 Tables 1. Coverage and Sample Size of SESC 1993/94 4 2. Summary Indicators of Per Capita Consumption 1993/94 7 3. Distribution of Per Capita Consumption by Province 9 4. Measures of Inequality by Region 13 5. Differential Energy Requirements 16 6. Composition of Food Poverty Line by Food Group 18 7. Estimated Food Demand Equation. 16 8. Distribution of Poverty by Region.
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What are their sources of income? Answering such basic policy questions on poverty requires a systematic information base on the distribution of living standards. This paper constructs a consistent nationwide poverty profile to support the government's effort to strengthen the design of poverty reduction policies. The poverty profile is based on the first Socioeconomic Survey of Cambodia (SESC) carried out in 1993/94 by the National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning and cosponsored by the Asian Development Bank and the United Nations Development Programme.