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what is it
What is it?
  • “The MPI assesses the nature and intensity of poverty at the individual level, with poor people being those who are multiply deprived and the extent of their poverty being measured by the extent of their deprivations.”
what does it consider
What does it consider?

Education

  • Years of schooling
  • Deprived if less than five years of schooling
  • Child Enrollment
  • Deprived if not attending school in years 1-8

Health

  • Child morality
  • Deprived if any child has died in family
  • Nutrition
  • Deprived if any child is malnourished
what does it consider1
What does it consider?
  • Standard of living
    • Electricity
    • Drinking water (with in 30 minute of distance )
    • Sanitation (toilet)
    • Flooring (condition of house)
    • Cooking fuel (use of sophisticated tools)
    • Assets (TV, refrigerator, etc.)
why liberia
Why Liberia?
  • Civil war (military coup in 1980)
  • 85% of population living under poverty line
  • Economic mismanagement
  • Lack of education
    • (20% of schools destroyed)
  • No access to medical help
why kenya
Why Kenya?
  • Limited economic diversity
  • Lack of opportunity
  • Government corruption
  • Unfair tariff walls by rich countries

Why Niger?

  • Malnutrition
  • Insufficient economic regulations
  • Oil over-dependency
why chad
Why Chad?
  • Corruption
  • 80% livme under poverty line
  • Geographic location
  • Food insecurity

Why Mozambique?

  • Recent civil war
  • High inequality
  • GDP growth is currently ranked the highest
united states venezuela
United States & Venezuela
  • United states
    • 17th
    • MPI: 15.4
  • Venezuela
    • 73rd
    • MPI: Unavailable
references
References
  • http://www.ophi.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/OPHI-MPI-Brief-2011.pdf
  • http://hdr.undp.org/en/media/HDR_2011_EN_Complete.pdf
  • http://www.mapsofworld.com/kenya/economy/poverty-in.html
  • http://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/
  • http://povertynewsblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/niger-extreme-poverty-in-niger.html
  • http://www.progress.org/borruso01.htm
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