Cabo Verdeans

Cape Verdeans, also called Cabo Verdeans (Portuguese: cabo-verdiano), are the citizens of Cape Verde, an island nation consisting of an archipelago in the central Atlantic Ocean. Cape Verde is a sociedade mestiça (mestiça society; as described in Portuguese), which means that it is home to mixed-race people, whose ethnogenesis is in Cape Verde, which has no indigenous population.

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Rabat Process · 13 April 2021 English

diaspora, notably through the creation of a Migration Observatory and a survey of nationals living abroad and a mapping of diaspora associations; • The strengthening of relations between members of the Cabo

nationality and automatic voting rights for all Cabo Verdeans, regardless of their place of residence and with IOM); • Cabo Verde: benefits granted to Cabo Verdeans abroad to promote foreign investment; specific and economy of Cabo Verde (about 1 million Cabo Verdeans worldwide). In 2019, remittances represented rights to all Cabo Verdeans, regardless of place of residence or birth. • Cabo Verdeans abroad enjoy advantages provision of a wide range of online services for Cabo Verdeans in the diaspora worldwide. • A one-stop shop


Rabat Process · 13 April 2021 English

diaspora, notably through the creation of a Migration Observatory and a survey of nationals living abroad and a mapping of diaspora associations; • The strengthening of relations between members of the Cabo

nationality and automatic voting rights for all Cabo Verdeans, regardless of their place of residence and with IOM); • Cabo Verde: benefits granted to Cabo Verdeans abroad to promote foreign investment; specific and economy of Cabo Verde (about 1 million Cabo Verdeans worldwide). In 2019, remittances represented rights to all Cabo Verdeans, regardless of place of residence or birth. • Cabo Verdeans abroad enjoy advantages provision of a wide range of online services for Cabo Verdeans in the diaspora worldwide. • A one-stop shop


IMF · 2 April 2021 English

The Cabo Verdean economy is in recession as a result of the economic impact of the pandemic that has shut down the tourism and transport sectors and significantly affected the rest of the economy.

Cases recovered Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE; Cabo Verdeans authorities; and IMF staff calculations. 0


Afrobarometer · 23 February 2021 English

Taxation is a key fiscal tool for domestic resource mobilization for countries around the world. In many African countries, however, weak tax-administration systems limit the ways in which governments can …

of how tax revenues are spent (Figure 9). Cabo Verdeans feel particularly strongly about this requirement


Afrobarometer · 26 January 2021 English

Developing countries lose $1.26 trillion a year to corruption, theft, and tax evasion, according to analysts’ estimates – a sum large enough to lift 1.4 billion people above the poverty …

bribe. In contrast, fewer than one in 20 Cabo Verdeans (3%) and Batswana (4%) report having to bribe including fewer than one in five Gabonese (15%), Cabo Verdeans (17%), Guineans (18%), Tunisians (19%), and and Basotho (19%). Considering that Cabo Verdeans report lower levels of corruption in key institutions


Rabat Process · 16 November 2020 English

COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES 1 COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES Project funded by the European Union Project implemented by COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES Project funded by the European …

and the right to vote automatically to all Cabo Verdeans, irrespective of residence and birthplace. Lebanon’s


Rabat Process · 16 November 2020 English

COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES 1 COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES Project funded by the European Union Project implemented by COLLECTION OF DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES Project funded by the European …

and the right to vote automatically to all Cabo Verdeans, irrespective of residence and birthplace. Lebanon’s


Afrobarometer · 9 November 2020 English

In Botswana, Namibia, and Cabo Verde, for example, payment of bribes is far less common, and getting assistance from the police is less difficult.

across countries, from just one-fifth (22%) of Cabo Verdeans and Tunisians to more than two- thirds (68%) the same is true for half of Basotho (50%), Cabo Verdeans (50%), Nigerians (49%), and Kenyans (49%) one in 10 or fewer Batswana, Namibians, and Cabo Verdeans paid a bribe. Average levels of bribe paying


World Bank Group · 29 October 2020 English

The objective of the Digital Cabo Verde Project is to strengthen Cabo Verde’s digital competitiveness foundations and improve the provision of digital public services.

available online, thus facilitating the lives of Cabo Verdeans abroad) and to continue development of the


World Bank Group · 21 October 2020 English

available online, thus facilitating the lives of Cabo Verdeans abroad, and ComVIDA platform developed to monitor


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