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O Programa Subsídio de Alimentos em Moçambique: Avaliação da Linha de Base

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  • Fabio Veras Soares

    () (International Poverty Centre)

  • Guilherme Issamu Hirata

    () (International Poverty Centre)

  • Rafael Perez Ribas

    () (International Poverty Centre)

Abstract

O Programa Subsídio de Alimentos (PSA) é o principal programa de proteção social básica do governo de Moçambique, em termos de cobertura. Foi criado em 1990 para ajudar os idosos destituídos (mulheres acima de 55 anos e homens acima de 60), pessoas que vivem com deficiências, doentes crônicos e seus dependentes, provendo uma transferência mensal de renda. O programa é de responsabilidade do Ministério da Mulher e Ação Social (MMAS), com implementação a cargo do Instituto Nacional de Ação Social (INAS), órgão executor do Ministério.

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  • Fabio Veras Soares & Guilherme Issamu Hirata & Rafael Perez Ribas, 2011. "O Programa Subsídio de Alimentos em Moçambique: Avaliação da Linha de Base," Policy Research Brief 14, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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