Child Poverty

Poverty has been defined and measured in many different ways. For the purpose of our studies child poverty is understood both as income poverty, when a child lives in a household with consumption expenditure below a minimum level, and also as different kinds of deprivation measured in non-monetary terms, such as not attending school, poor nutrition status, no access to immunization, or living in overcrowded housing.

Projects 2013

ICT4D Research Study
Measuring and Defining Equity for Children
Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Theory (MODA): Methodology and Analysis
Report Card 11
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