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Tables Table 1.1: Global Migration Stock by Region of Destination, 1960-2005 4 Table 1.2: Workers’ Remittances to Developing Countries 6 Table 1.3: Effects of International Migration 9 Table 1.4: Mainstreaming Migration in the Millennium Development Goals 11 Table 1.5: The Southern African Diaspora, 2000 17 Table 2.1: 2002 Final Year South African Tertiary Population and Sample 27 Table 2.2: Statistics for Emigration Potential 29 Table 2.3: Most Likely Destination (by race) (%) 32 Table 2.4: OLS Estimates of Predictors of Emigration Potential 43 Table 3.1: Employment Profile of the Respondents 54 Table 3.2: Breakdown of Participants in Focus Groups 55 Table 3.3: Work Permits Issued to Nurses in UK, 2002 56 Table 3.4: Health Professionals Employed in the Public Sector, 1997 58 Table 3.5: Employment Benefits 59 Table 3.6: Reason for Intention to Move 60 Table 3.7: Reasons for Leaving the Home Country 61 Table 3.8: Patient Attendance at Selected Health Institutions in Zimbabwe 62 Table 5.1: Length of Time in Gweru and in Present Lodging 88 Table 5.2: Increases in Rent 1993-1995 89 Table 6.1: Incidence of Household Receiving Food from Relatives and Friends in 105 the Rural Areas over the Past Year (2000) Table 6.2: Type of Food People Report Receiving from the Rural Areas (2000) 105 Table 6.3: Amount of Millet received the Last Time by People in Household (2000) 105 Table 6.4: Importance of Food Sent from the Rural Areas to Urban 106 Households (2000) Table 6.5: Reasons Why Children are Sent to Live with Relatives (2000) 108 Table 7.1: Visits to the Rural Home or Plot in the Last Quarter of 2001 (%) 121 Table 7.2: Urban-to-Rural Flow of Money (%) 124 Table 7.3: Importance of Rural Farming Activities (%) 125 Table 7.4: Reasons for Sending Wife and Children to Live at Home (%) 126 Table 8.1: Uses of Remittances 141 Table 9.1: Sectoral Distribution of External Migrants 150 Table 9.2: Indicators of Living Conditions 151 Table 9.3: Ownership of Livestock 151|iv| Table 9.4: Selected Inanimate Asset Holdings 152 Table 9.5: Investments (above 500 000 MT) Made in Last Year (% of households) 152 Table 9.6: Distribution of Wealth Points by Region (%) 153 Table 9.7: Household Income from all Sources (by frequency) 154 Table 9.8: Household Income by Source and Value 154 Table 9.9: Frequency and Value of Money Remittances 155 Table 9.10: Annual Cash Remittances by Level of Education and Sector 156 Table 9.11: Money Sent Home: Average Amount over a Year by Migrant Type 157 Table 9.12: Monthly Household Expenses 158 Table 10.1: Advantages and Disadvantages of Contract System 167 Table 10.2: Percentage of Workforce on Farms that is Female 169 Table 10.3: Reasons for Working on South African Farms 170 Table 10.4: Farm Job Categories 171 Table 10.5: Monthly Income of Farmworkers (Rand) 172 Table 10.6: Stated Reasons for Dissatisfaction with Accommodation 175 Table 10.7: Reasons for Working on the Same Farm 178 Table 10.8: Reasons for Not Working on the Same Farm 178 Table 10.9: Labour Relations on Farms 180 Table 12.1: Domestic Workers as Migrants (%) 200 Table 12.2: Frequency of Visits Home (%) 200 Table 12.3: Place of Birth and Place of Other Home (%) 201 Table 12.4: Length of Time in Johannesburg (%) 201 Table 12.5: Employment Status Prior to Coming to Johannesburg (%) 201 Table 12.6: Age (%) 202 Table 12.7: Marital Status (%) 202 Table 12.8: Length of Time Working for Main Employer (%) 204 Table 12.9: Number of Days Worked (%) 205 Table 12.10: Monthly Income (%) 205 Table 12.11: Protection from STIs (% of those using protection) 210 Table 13.1: Migration, HIV Prevalence and Behaviours in the Southern African Region 217 Table 13.2: Previous Place of Residence among Women Not Living in their Usual 222 Place of Residence Table 13.3: HIV Prevalence by Geotype 227|v| ...

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ISBN
9781920409364
Related ISBN
9781920409098
MARC Record
OCLC
748598885
Pages
252
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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