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Figures Figure 1.1: A Comparison of Remittances Growth with ODA and FDI 6 Figure 2.1: Measuring Emigration Potential 29 Figure 2.2: Emigration Potential of Final Year Students and Skilled Adults 30 Figure 2.3: Most Likely Destination (all students) 31 Figure 2.4: Length of Intended Stay (by emigration potential) 32 Figure 2.5: Frequency of Return and Remittance (by emigration potential) 33 Figure 2.6: Willingness to Give up Assets in South Africa (by emigration potential) 34 Figure 2.7: Willingness to Put Down Roots in New Country (by emigration potential) 34 Figure 2.8: Emigration Potential by Race 36 Figure 2.9: Emigration Potential by Home Language 36 Figure 2.10: Levels of Patriotism and National Identity among Students 38 Figure 2.11: Potential Loss of State Investments by Type of Bursary 45 Figure 2.12: Potential Losses of State Investments by Course and Study 45 Figure 3.1: Location of Provincial Hospitals Selected for the Study 53 Figure 3.2: Medical Practitioners in Zimbabwe, 1995-2000 56 Figure 3.3: Nurses in Zimbabwe, 1995-2000 57 Figure 3.4: Most Likely Destinations of Zimbabwean Health Professionals 59 Figure 4.1: Distribution of Non-Nationals in South Africa (2001) 69 Figure 5.1: Average Monthly Household Income 90 Figure 5.2: Lodging Households by Number of Earners 91 Figure 5.3: Lodging Households by Number of Modes of Livelihood 92 Figure 5.4: Changing Household Size 93 Figure 6.1: Conceptual Framework – Reciprocal Migration and Livelihoods 102 Figure 8.1: Map of Study Area 136 Figure 8.2: Reasons for Emigration 137 Figure 8.3: Channels for Cash Remittances 138 Figure 11.1: Recruitment Patterns from the Eastern Cape 185 Figure 11.2: Power Resources Available to Households in Mbizana 186 Figure 12.1: Population of Johannesburg by Sex and Place of Birth (%), 2001 198 Figure 13.1: Provincial Distribution of Net Gains and Losses Due to Migration 221 Figure 13.2: Map of Inter-Province Migration 221 Figure 13.3: Road Density Per 10 000 kms for South Africa 223 Figure 13.4: Distribution of Residents by Geotype 225-226 Figure 13.5: Population Residing in Informal Areas 226|vi| Figure 13.6: Provincial HIV Prevalence by Geotype 228 Figure 13.7: Partnerships among Sexually Actives by Geotype 228 Figure 13.8: Sexually Active by Age and Geotype 229 Figure 13.9: Proportion of Sexuality Active Youth with More Than One Current 229 Partner by Geotype Figure 13.10:Urban Informal Areas as a Cross-Cutting Focal Determinant 232|vii| ...

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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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