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MULTIPLE OVERLAPPING DEPRIVATION ANALYSIS FOR NEPAL
Abstract:
Child-centered: Unlike other poverty measures which emphasize on household poverty incidence and severity, MODA methodology treats children as the unit of analysis. This feature addresses the concern that children experience deprivations and poverty different from adults with lasting effects on lifetime development, and that the implications of poverty are different for adults and children. Life-cycle approach: The MODA analyses poverty separately for various stages of children’s development. It recognizes that the early childhood, primary childhood and adolescencehave different needs to development with infancy being the most crucial stage of development. Overlapping deprivations: Whereas the monetary poverty measures aggregate the basket of subsistence goods and services (equivalent to dimensions in MODA) weighted by their price vector, the MODA treats each dimension in isolation and also analyzes overlap of these various dimensions. Appropriate assumptions are made about the weighting of these various dimensions. The overlap analysis highlights multiple facets of child poverty. Equity-focused: Once the most deprived children are identified, the MODA further allows profiling of the most deprived groups of children. This feature in particular makes the MODA methodology very relevant for evidence based policy formulation. #Children #RightOfChildren #ChidrenDevelopment #HumanDevelopment #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILDREN, POPULATION DYNAMICS, AGE GROUPS, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, HUMAN RIGHTS, CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, SCHOOLCHILDREN, HEALTH, RIGHT TO HEALTH, HEALTH CONDITIONS, HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CHILD HEALTH, CHILD NEEDS, CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, CHILD NEEDS, BASIC NEEDS,CHILD HEALTH, CHILD NUTRITION, CHILD SURVIVAL
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2015)
Thesaurus:
08.01.00 - Population Dynamics
PDF | File Size: 2.44 MB   Download
Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: MALIKA THAPA, Auditor:
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MULTIPLE OVERLAPPING DEPRIVATION ANALYSIS FOR NEPAL
Abstract:
Child-centered: Unlike other poverty measures which emphasize on household poverty incidence and severity, MODA methodology treats children as the unit of analysis. This feature addresses the concern that children experience deprivations and poverty different from adults with lasting effects on lifetime development, and that the implications of poverty are different for adults and children. Life-cycle approach: The MODA analyses poverty separately for various stages of children’s development. It recognizes that the early childhood, primary childhood and adolescencehave different needs to development with infancy being the most crucial stage of development. Overlapping deprivations: Whereas the monetary poverty measures aggregate the basket of subsistence goods and services (equivalent to dimensions in MODA) weighted by their price vector, the MODA treats each dimension in isolation and also analyzes overlap of these various dimensions. Appropriate assumptions are made about the weighting of these various dimensions. The overlap analysis highlights multiple facets of child poverty. Equity-focused: Once the most deprived children are identified, the MODA further allows profiling of the most deprived groups of children. This feature in particular makes the MODA methodology very relevant for evidence based policy formulation. #CHILDREN #RIGHTOFCHILDREN #CHILDRENDEVELOPMENT #HUMANDEVELOPMENT #SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILDREN, POPULATION DYNAMICS, AGE GROUPS, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, HUMAN RIGHTS, CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, SCHOOLCHILDREN, HEALTH, RIGHT TO HEALTH, HEALTH CONDITIONS, HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CHILD HEALTH, CHILD NEEDS, CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, CHILD NEEDS, BASIC NEEDS,CHILD HEALTH, CHILD NUTRITION, CHILD SURVIVAL
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2015)
Thesaurus:
08.01.00 - Population Dynamics
PDF | File Size: 2.44 MB   Download
Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
...