Malawi: Escaping Poverty Requires Improved Agricultural Productivity, Climate Resilience, and Structural Transformation

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World Bank] Lilongwe — The new World Bank Poverty Assessment Report finds that just over half the Malawian population (50.7%) are poor, almost no different from a decade ago. High population growth, low levels of average per capita GDP growth (1.5%) and reliance on low-productivity, rain-fed small-holder agriculture are the core drivers of stagnant poverty levels…
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