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Prepared by Mamadou D. Barry (AFR).
For future use the 2007/2008 survey will be referred as the 2008 survey.
In 2014, a new survey will update the one from 2011.
We estimate a equation of the deviation from the poverty line (ln(welfare/poverty line)) on the following factors: size of the household (in ln), age of the head of household (in ln) and dummies for: gender, location, education, branch of activity (agriculture, commerce and transport), and socio-professional background (public sector).