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Capturing nested spheres of poverty
In this paper we discuss recent trends in poverty concepts and suggest a locally adapted multidimensional model for measuring and monitoring poverty. The model comprises nested layers with subjective wellbeing in the centre surrounded by a core of health, wealth and knowledge, and a context that includes natural, economic, social and political spheres, as well as service and structural aspects. These nine facets of poverty cover basic needs, individual assets and capabilities, and the enabling environment that helps people escape poverty by ensuring sustainability, providing opportunities and minimising vulnerability. The model was tested in several monitoring trials and in the official poverty and wellbeing monitoring of Kutai Barat District, Indonesia, in early 2006. Twenty-one subdistricts covering 223 villages with more than 150 000 people were assessed. Examples drawn from this experience illustrate possible applications of the model.
|Statement||Christian Gönner ... [et al.]|
|Series||CIFOR occassional paper -- no. 46.|
|Contributions||Gönner, Christian., Center for International Forestry Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Capturing Nested Spheres of Poverty: a Model for Multidimensional Poverty Analysis and Monitoring. spheres of poverty Nested Spheres of Poverty (NESP): A multidimensional model of poverty Poverty is a time-dependent condition.
It can be temporary (acute or short-term poverty) or persistent (chronic poverty). It can be a permanent threat for those living just above the poverty line and it. NESP Nested Spheres of Poverty NGO nongovernment organisation No. number. PDAM Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (company supplying drinking water) PT.
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CIFOR Occasional Paper No. 46, Center for International Forest Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia,24p. Capturing nested spheres of poverty: a model for multidimensional poverty analysis and monitoringCited by: Gonner, Christian; Michaela Haug, Ade Cahyat, Eva Wollenberg, Wil de Jong, Godwin Limbeerg, Peter Cronkleton, Moira Moeliono, Michel Becker, Capturing Nested Spheres of poverty: A Model for multidimensional Poverty Analysis and Monitoring.
Occasional (Paper) CIFOR, Google Scholar. Capturing nested spheres of poverty: a model for multidimensional poverty analysis and monitoring This paper discusses recent trends in poverty concepts and suggest a locally adapted multidimensional model for measuring and monitoring poverty.
Michaela Haug. University of Cologne Book. Jan ; Capturing Nested Spheres of Poverty A Model for Multidimensional Poverty Analysis and Monitoring. Nested Spheres of Poverty (NESP) is a methodology which facilitates improved understanding about and measurement of wellbeing and poverty as well as the interaction among its various spheres such.
However, poverty lines have come under attack for not capturing the full experience of poverty (Sumner ; Francis ). Indeed, the construct is rather blunt, i.e. one is either poor or not Author: Andrew Sumner.
It argues that while both the dominant national poverty and $ a day poverty estimates distort and downsize the dimensions and extent of poverty, the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) is a.
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Cole. This book aims to gather a collection of papers dealing with several different problems arising from many disciplines and some modern mathematical approaches to handle them. In this respect, the book offers a wide overview on many of the current trends in Mathematics as valuable formal techniques in capturing and exploiting the complexity.poverty rates from 13 percent of the region to 66 percent.
In the process, million people go from being counted as non-poor to poor (Székely, et al, ). The same researchers describe how differences in assumptions led one set of researchers to find poverty to be as low as 20 percent of the population of Mexico inwhile another setFile Size: 87KB.Causes of Poverty and a Framework for Action A decade ago World Development Report pre-sented a two-part strategy for poverty reduction: Countries that have been most successful in attacking poverty have encouraged a pattern of growth that makes efficient use of labor and have invested in the human capital of the poor.
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