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Poverty and Social impact Analysis : Strengthening Safety Nets in Djibouti

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Abstract: This Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA) is part of a broader dialogue on energy tax reform and strengthening social safety nets in Djibouti. As part of a possible reform of energy taxes in Djibouti, the government of Djibouti has sought the support of the World Bank to better understand how such a policy reform can be pro-poor. The study was designed and implemented by a multisectoral committee composed of various stakeholder institutions, including the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Ministry of Budget, the Secretary of State responsible for National Solidarity (SESN), the Department of Statistics and Demographic Studies (DISED), the Ministry of Energy, and the Ministry of Transport, with whom the teams of the Bank and the IMF collaborated throughout the process of preparation of the study. Technical meetings were held on January 30, February 2, May 25, May 28, and May 29, 2014, in Djibouti to discuss the various scenarios of reform, obtain additional information, and present preliminary quantitative results. Consultation meetings were held on July 2 and November 15, 2014, to present the findings and discuss possible reform options. This executive summary condenses the main findings of the study. The study is available as a separate report with more analyses and background information. The study is based on data from a representative household survey which includes detailed information on household expenditures and receipt of certain cash and in-kind benefits (EDAM 3-2012). The tables in this executive summary show 2014 prices, with inflation rates of 2.5 and 2.9 for 2013 and 2014, respectively.
Type: Working Paper
Publications & Research
Publications & Research :: Working Paper
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/21790
Subject: APPARENT RELATIONSHIP
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
BENEFICIARY
BENEFITS INCIDENCE
BOURSE
BUS
BUS FLEET
BUS OPERATORS
BUSES
CALORIE INTAKE
CAR
CAR OWNERSHIP
CARS
CASH TRANSFERS
CASH-TRANSFER
CHRONIC MALNUTRITION
CONFLICT
COST OF TRANSPORT
DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
DIESEL
DISABLED
DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS
DOMESTIC MARKET
DOMESTIC SECURITY
DROUGHT
DURABLE
DURABLE GOODS
ECONOMIC GROWTH
ECONOMIES OF SCALE
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
EFFICIENT VEHICLE
EMERGENCY FOOD
EXCISE DUTIES
EXCISE DUTY
EXCISE TAX
EXCLUSION
EXPORTER
EXPORTERS
EXTREME POVERTY
FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
FOOD INSECURITY
FOOD ITEMS
FOOD NEEDS
FOOD PRICE
FOOD PRICES
FOOD PRODUCTS
FOOD PROGRAM
FOOD RATION
FOOD RATIONS
FOOD SECURITY
FOOD SUBSIDIES
FOOD SUBSIDY
FOREIGN INVESTMENT
FREIGHT
FUEL
FUEL OIL
FUEL PRICE
FUEL PRICES
FUEL SUBSIDIES
FUELS
GASOLINE
GASOLINE PRICE
GASOLINE PRICES
GENDER
GENDER GAP
GOVERNMENT BUDGET
GOVERNMENT REVENUE
GOVERNMENT REVENUES
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
HEALTH EXPENDITURE
HOLDING
HOMELESS
HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES
HOUSEHOLD HEAD
HOUSEHOLD HEADS
HOUSEHOLD LEVEL
HOUSEHOLD SIZE
HOUSEHOLD SURVEY
HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
HOUSEHOLD WELFARE
HUMAN CAPITAL
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT ON POVERTY
IMPLICIT SUBSIDIES
IMPLICIT SUBSIDY
IMPORT COST
INCOME
INCOME DISTRIBUTION
INCOME ON FOOD
INCOME QUINTILE
INDIRECT BENEFICIARIES
INEQUALITY
INFLATION
INFLATION RATES
INFLATIONARY PRESSURE
INTERNATIONAL BANK
INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
LABOR MARKET
LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS
LOCAL CURRENCY
MACROECONOMIC STABILITY
MALNUTRITION
MARITIME TRANSPORT
MEANS TEST
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT
MONETARY FUND
NATIONAL POVERTY
NATURAL DISASTERS
OIL PRICES
OLD AGE
OPERATING COST
PARTICIPATION RATE
PENSION
PENSIONS
PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
POOR
POOR HOUSEHOLDS
POOR INDIVIDUALS
POOR PEOPLE
POPULATION GROWTH
POVERTY GAP
POVERTY GAP INDEX
POVERTY IMPACT
POVERTY LINE
POVERTY MEASURES
POVERTY PROFILE
POVERTY RISK
PRICE CHANGE
PRICE ELASTICITY
PRICE OF FUEL
PRICE SUBSIDY
PRIVATE TRANSFERS
PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY
PROTECTION SYSTEM
PUBLIC SAFETY
PUBLIC SAFETY NET
PUBLIC TRANSPORT
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
RATION PROGRAM
RECEIPT
REFUGEES
RELATIVE POVERTY
REMITTANCES
ROAD
ROUTES
RURAL
RURAL AREAS
RURAL HOUSEHOLDS
RURAL POPULATION
SAFETY
SAFETY NET PROGRAMS
SAFETY NETS
SANITATION
SAVINGS
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
SCHOOL BUSES
SCHOOL TRANSPORT
SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION
SHARE OF TRANSFERS
SHOCK
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
SOCIAL INSURANCE
SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS
SOCIAL PROGRAM
SOCIAL PROTECTION
SOCIAL SAFETY NET
SOCIAL SAFETY NETS
SOCIAL SERVICES
SOURCE OF INCOME
SPECIFIC TAXES
SUBURBS
SUPPLY CHAIN
SUPPORT SYSTEM
TARGETED TRANSFERS
TARGETING
TAX
TAX EXEMPT
TAX EXEMPTION
TAX EXEMPTION ON FUEL
TAX EXEMPTIONS
TAX RATES
TAX REVENUE
TAX SYSTEM
TAX-EXEMPT
TAXATION
TAXI OPERATORS
TAXIS
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
TRANSFER AMOUNT
TRANSFER AMOUNTS
TRANSFER PROGRAM
TRANSFER PROGRAMS
TRANSIT
TRANSPORT COSTS
TRANSPORT PRICE
TRANSPORT SECTOR
TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION FUEL
UNEMPLOYMENT
URBAN AREAS
VARIABLE COSTS
VEHICLES
VULNERABLE GROUPS
VULNERABLE HOUSEHOLDS
VULNERABLE MEMBERS
VULNERABLE POPULATIONS




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