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Tuesday, February 20, 2007 

Scrunching the Latest re the National Assessment of Living Conditions: Cayman Islands
The development of a comprehensive household living conditions assessment for the Cayman Islands, dubbed: “The National Assessment of Living Conditions”, has also come with a huge tab, given the emphasis placed by the government on the implementation of a well-informed strategy to directly communicate the benefits, and policy applications of such exercise to all stakeholders, see here.

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