Modelling Poor Farm-Household Livelihoods in Malawi: lessons for Pro-Poor Policy

@inproceedings{Dorward2003ModellingPF,
  title={Modelling Poor Farm-Household Livelihoods in Malawi: lessons for Pro-Poor Policy},
  author={Andrew R. Dorward},
  year={2003}
}
The paper has merit in the way it has tackled a difficult problem in an interesting manner, drawing from the Malawi household model by Dorward. Broadly, the insights obtained conform to known lessons for pro-poor policies obtained using other methodologies. The application of the Malawi household model to Zimbabwe helps dig a little deeper in obtaining insights into how the different pro-poor strategies work in rural Zimbabwe. 

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