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Child Poverty in 6 CEE/CIS Countries International Society for Child Indicators 3 rd International Conference Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw University of York, UK 27-29 July 2011. Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS. BIH. SERBIA. GEORGIA. KOSOVO. KYRGYZSTAN. ARMENIA.

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Child Poverty in 6 CEE/CIS CountriesInternational Society for Child Indicators 3rdInternational ConferenceMeg Huby& Jonathan BradshawUniversity of York, UK27-29 July 2011

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


Child poverty in cee and the cis
Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

BIH

SERBIA

GEORGIA

KOSOVO

KYRGYZSTAN

ARMENIA

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


Child poverty in cee and the cis1
Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


Child poverty in cee and the cis2
Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

  • POVERTY THRESHOLDS

  • National food poverty line: amount needed to buy enough food to provide an adult with a specified calorific intake

  • National total poverty line: amount to meet food requirement plus additional needs

  • World Bank poverty thresholds: $2.15 a day (absolute) and $4.30 (vulnerable)

  • Minimum budget base: e.g. NIBUD (Netherlands) $28 a day in PPP

  • Relative poverty line: e.g. 60% median income (EU) or 50% median income (OECD)

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

  • DIMENSIONS OF DEPRIVATION

  • Mexico: education gap, access to health services, access to social security, quality & size of dwelling, access to basic services, access to food (CONEVAL, 2010)

  • Bhutan: includes access to roads & land ownership for rural areas (Santos & Ura, 2008)

  • Multi-dimensional poverty index (MPI) for developing countries: nutrition, child mortality, years of schooling, children enrolled, cooking fuel, sanitation, water, electricity, floor, assets (Alkire & Santos, 2010)

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

% OF ALL CHILDREN LIVING IN HOUSEHOLDS LACKING DURABLE GOODS

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Child poverty in cee and the cis6
Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Overlapping poverty thresholds and number of durable items lacked in Armenia

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


Child poverty in cee and the cis7
Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Summary statistics for material deprivation

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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Material deprivation and household consumption

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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Child poverty rates calculated using new integrated poverty line

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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Categories of poverty

  • Truly poor: Households falling below the consumption and the material deprivation thresholds.

  • Vulnerable to poverty: Households falling below the consumption threshold. Although they do not fall below the material deprivation threshold, their consumption is below the median level of households that are materially poor.

  • Poor only on consumption definition: Households falling below the consumption threshold. They do not fall below the material deprivation threshold and their consumption is not below the median level of households that are materially poor.

  • Poor only on material deprivation definition: Households below the threshold for material deprivation. Although above the consumption threshold, they do not have higher consumption than the median of households that are not materially poor.

  • Rising out of poverty: Households below the threshold for material deprivation. They are above the consumption threshold and have higher consumption than the median of households that are not materially poor.

  • Not poor: Households above both the consumption and the material deprivation thresholds.

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


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Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


Child Poverty in CEE and the CIS

Meg Huby & Jonathan Bradshaw, University of York


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