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Samoa Hardship and Poverty Report 2016


               Executive Summary

    1. Introduction
    2. Background
    3. Overview of the 2013/14, 2008 and 2002 HIES
    4. Poverty Indicators: Comparative analysis of 2002, 2008 and 2013/14
    5. Expenditure distribution and inequality
    6. Growth, macroeconomic performance,
      income distribution and poverty linkages
    7. Key characteristics of the poor and vulnerable
    8. Vulnerable groups
    9. Human and Multidimensional Poverty
    10. Income analysis
    11. Concluding Remarks
    12. Policy Implications
    13. Policy Recommendations

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