Authors: BN Epo, FM Baye
Journal: African Journal of Economic Policy
This research explained the pattern of absolute and relative pro-poor growth in Cameroon. The 2001 and 2007 Cameroon household consumption surveys were used to generate the results. Results indicated that pro-poor growth for food, non-food and total expenditures were marginal. Our findings should provide input to policy debate aimed at fostering pro-poor growth and redistributive policies in the context of designing poverty alleviation strategies, the enhancement of participatory approaches in the development of poverty strategies and the encouragement of broad-based pro-poor growth strategies that will foster the acquisition of pertinent capabilities by poor households. Keywords : Absolute and relative pro-poor growth, Expenditures and Cameroon.