2 edition of Household subsistence levels in Namibia found in the catalog.
Household subsistence levels in Namibia
by Social Sciences Division, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, University of Namibia in Windhoek, Namibia
Written in English
|Statement||Gert Van Rooy ... [et al.].|
|Series||SSD research report ;, no. 10|
|Contributions||Rooy, Gert van.|
|LC Classifications||HD7065.2 .H68 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||95981208|
The Household Subsistence Level in th Major Urban Centres of the Republic of South Africa March on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: University of Port Elizabeth. Namibia’s economy has continued to face significant headwinds, with real output contracting by a further % in Having grown at an average % between and , Namibia’s economy entered a recession in and has since struggled to grow. COVID (coronavirus) is set to have an unprecedented impact on Namibia’s economy.
levels, caused substantial livestock mortality and severely compromised rural liveli-hoods. This paper disaggregates the impact of the drought on three vulnerable socio-economic groups in Namibia - smallholder crop farmers, livestock rearers and commercial farmworkers. A modified entitlement framework is adopted: as well as examining. Household Subsistence Level of R per month in , high school teachers and middle-level civil servants were earninig salaries of R1, to R1, a month together with such perks as % housing loans, car purchase schemes, entertainmenit allowances and a .
History. Subsistence agriculture was predominant in parts of Asia, especially India, and later emerged in various areas including Mexico, where it was based on maize, and in the Andes, where it was based on the domestication of the potato.. Subsistence agriculture was the dominant mode of production in the world until recently, when market-based capitalism became widespread. African countries continue to be prone to drought, caused mainly by unfavorable weather patterns and climatic variations which have an adverse impact on rural households and agricultural production. This literature review article accounted for the aforesaid drawbacks and attempted to assess the effect of drought on food insecurity in African countries.
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Household subsistence levels in Namibia. Windhoek, Namibia: Social Sciences Division, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, University of Namibia, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gert Van Rooy.
Vote level Details 01 President 19 02 Prime Minister 33 03 National Assembly 51 The book among others covers the following; Travel and Subsistence Expenses: Payments in connection with travelling, including travel ticket, subsistence allowance, accommodation.
The economy of Namibia has a modern market sector, which produces most of the country's wealth, and a traditional subsistence sector. Although the majority of the population engages in subsistence agriculture and herding, Namibia has more thanskilled workers and a considerable number of well-trained professionals and cy: Namibian dollar (NAD), South African rand (ZAR).
The household size in the informal areas, in the north and northwest, was low compared with the citywide average of persons per household. The average monthly household expenditure in these areas, respectively, was approximately US$ and US$80 compared with the Primary Household Subsistence Level for Windhoek of approximately US$ The value of β was 056 (95% CI 0–0), which implies that food consumption increases with additional household members, but that the increase in consumption is less than proportional to the increase in household size.
We estimated subsistence expenditure for each household separately, adjusting for household size and country of Cited by: Access to stable and sustainable food supplies is a precondition for the establishment of food security at the household level.
Greater and more sustained yields from the farming system will increase the potential access of the household to an adequate diet. Classically, in subsistence agriculture, farmers grew and used traditional food.
a It was noted that this estimate is considered low as the census included the subsistence farming sector for the first time.
Estimates of women's contribution to the production of food crops range from 30% in the Sudan to 80% in the Congo, while their proportion of the economically active labour force in agriculture ranges from 48% in Burkina Faso to 73% in the Congo and 80% in the. THE N$1,8 billion municipal budget, designed to help Windhoek "weather the storm at local level", allocates at least N$1,4 million for entertainment, parties and festivals at the expense of.
The major achievements under the Nujoma era were the reduction in inflation from above 20% to as low as 3% in ; interest rates declining to a low of 12% from as high as high as 25% in the. Subsistence farming, form of farming in which nearly all of the crops or livestock raised are used to maintain the farmer and the farmer’s family, leaving little, if any, surplus for sale or trade.
Preindustrial agricultural peoples throughout the world have traditionally practiced subsistence farming. Some of these peoples moved from site to site as they exhausted the soil at each location. Namibia - Namibia - Economy: Nominally, Namibia is a lower-middle-income economy with a per capita gross domestic product (GDP) that is significantly above average for countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
But that summary is misleading. Only one-quarter of all Namibians and only one-sixth of black Namibians have adequate incomes; up to two-thirds live in abject poverty with limited access to. Even though subsistence production is important for household food security, the productivity of the sub-sector is quite low, even by the s tandards of this sub-sector.
A Household Income and expenditure Survey is the sole source of information on expenditure, consumption and income patterns of households, which is used to calculate poverty and income distribution indicators. It also serves as a statistical infrastructure for the compilation of the national basket of goods used to measure changes in price levels.
Title: Namibia household income and expenditure survey, Author: Fortune Group of Companies, Name: Namibia household income and expenditure survey, Length: 16 pages, Page: 1, Published: Household income of white families in the U.S. Hispanic household share of k+ income households in the U.S.
from to. from household surveys in 59 countries were used to explore, by regression analysis, variables associated with catastrophic health expenditure. We defined expenditure as being catastrophic if a household’s financial contributions to the health system exceed 40% of income remaining after subsistence needs have been met.
Qualitative and quantitative research approaches and methodology were employed to obtain information from subsistence farmers in north-central Namibia. The sociodemographic characteristics of Ohangwena, Oshana and Omusati Region reveals high levels of unemployment, high adult and elderly population and high dependency on agricultural livelihood.
The third Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey was conducted in Abstract The Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) was a survey collecting data on income, consumption and expenditure patterns of households, in accordance with methodological principles of statistical enquiries, which were linked to.
Household Survey Capability Programme (NHSCP). More specifically, the objectives of the Handbook are to: a. Provide, in one publication, basic concepts and methodologically sound procedures for designing samples for, in particular, national-level household surveys, emphasizing applied aspects of household sample design; b.
The international subsistence level was defined as an individual living on US $ per day by World Bank standards, equivalent to US $ per year. 7 This is assumed to be the bare minimum that a household needs to have its subsistence needs met; until household income surpasses this level, there is no disposable income.
Life expectancy in was and despite significant progress in socio-economic indicators since independence, the Common Country Assessment (CCA) by the Government of the Republic of Namibia and the UN System in Namibia warned the country was facing a ‘triple threat’ (the impact of the spread of HIV/AIDS, combined with high levels.
From the 18 to 20 March30 Namibian Conservation Agriculture (CA) farmers had an exchange visit to the WWF CA Project in Zambia, in the Sesheke District. These projects are both supported by the Morby Family Charitable Foundation as part of the Sustainable Communities Partnership (SCP) and have developed a good working relationship through their sponsors.The issue of housing in Namibia remains a very complex and contentious subject in Namibia.
The pressure on urban areas is becoming ever more acute, as demonstrated by rapidly increasing urbanisations rates over the last decade and a half. Concurrently, the demand for affordable housing and land in cities, towns and settlements by citizens has.