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Multiples dimensions de la pauvreté, gouvernance et démocratie : Le point de vue de la population malienne Enquête ELIM2006, Premiers résultats

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  • Mathias Kuepie



  • Emmanuelle Lavallée


    (DIAL, Paris)

  • Arouna Sougane


    (DNSI, Mali)

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    (english) Public statistics face quite a challenge when it comes to measuring new dimensions of development (institutions, governance and social and political participation). Based on the experience acquired by the 123 survey in Bamako in 2001, the Malian National Statistics Office has appended three specific modules on Governance, Democracy and Multiple dimensions of poverty to the national household survey ELIM 2006. In a pre-electoral context, it is particularly relevant to draw a diagnosis on governance, democracy and poverty reduction policies. This report presents the first results of these three specific modules and compares them to the main findings of the 2001 survey. _________________________________ (français) La mesure de la gouvernance et de la démocratie dans le cadre des stratégies actuelles de lutte contre la pauvreté constitue un défi majeur. Dans le prolongement de l’expérience menée en 2001 à Bamako, dans le cadre de l’enquête 123, la DNSI a intégré des modules portant sur les multiples dimensions de la pauvreté, la gouvernance et la démocratie à l’enquête nationale ELIM 2006. Dans un contexte pré électoral, il s’avère particulièrement intéressant d’établir un diagnostic sur la gouvernance, la démocratie et la lutte contre la pauvreté, en partant de la perception de la population. Ce rapport présente les premiers résultats des modules « pauvreté subjective » et « démocratie et gouvernance » de l’enquête ELIM 2006 et les compare à ceux obtenus en 2001 à Bamako.

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    Date of creation: Sep 2008
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