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Multidimensional Poverty in Ethiopia : Changes in Overlapping Deprivations

SANITATION LIVING STANDARDS EDUCATION FOR GIRLS POVERTY LINE SKILLED HEALTH PERSONNEL PEOPLE SAFE DRINKING WATER ANTENATAL CARE URBAN POVERTY SCHOOLING RURAL WOMEN CULTURAL PRACTICES MORBIDITY GIRL CHILD DEVELOPING COUNTRIES LEVEL OF POVERTY HEALTH CARE SCHOOL HEALTH CHILD MORBIDITY HEALTH POLICY DISCUSSIONS FEWER HOUSEHOLDS RURAL POPULATION MEASURES HEALTH FACILITIES HOSPITAL REGION ACCESS TO EDUCATION POVERTY REDUCTION TELEVISION CLEAN DRINKING WATER POVERTY INDICATOR DIETS RURAL POPULATIONS MINISTRY OF HEALTH RURAL HOUSEHOLDS IMMUNIZATION ANTENATAL VISITS ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER HEALTH CENTERS VIOLENCE ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE FEMALE CHILDREN DIMENSIONAL POVERTY PRIMARY SCHOOL GENITAL MUTILATION CHANGES IN POVERTY DIMENSIONS OF POVERTY MORTALITY RADIO ENROLMENT RATES ACCESS TO INFORMATION PROGRESS HOUSEHOLD LEVEL INFANT MORTALITY CONSUMPTION POVERTY DATA INFANT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WORKERS POLICIES POVERTY INDEX AGED CASH EARNINGS MODERN CONTRACEPTIVE USE REDUCTION IN POVERTY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER HEALTH OUTCOMES SELF-ESTEEM HYGIENE RURAL POVERTY URBAN AREAS CROP LAND RURAL MEASUREMENT NUTRITION POPULATIONS FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION POLICY SOCIAL WELFARE CONTRACEPTIVE USE CHILD MORTALITY ECONOMIC INEQUALITY NUMBER OF WOMEN WATER SOURCES BABIES ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY GOVERNMENT POLICIES POVERTY INDICATORS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX CHILDREN REGIONS FEMALE CIRCUMCISION PHYSICAL HEALTH DRINKING WATER VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN RURAL AREAS POVERTY BIRTH ATTENDANTS CLEAN WATER TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION POPULATION REMOTE LOCATIONS URBAN WOMEN REMOTE PLACES POLICY RESEARCH POVERTY RATE ACCESS TO SANITATION POOR WELFARE MONITORING POVERTY ASSESSMENT PRIMARY EDUCATION FAMILIES WOMEN CIRCUMCISION HEALTH SERVICES INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION PREGNANCY POVERTY ANALYSIS GENDER EQUALITY DEVELOPMENT POLICY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INEQUALITY SANITATION FACILITIES POOR HOUSEHOLDS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2015-11-04T21:26:56Z | 2015-11-04T21:26:56Z | 2015-09

This paper presents trends in monetary and nonmonetary dimensions of wellbeing in Ethiopia using data from the Household Consumption and Expenditure and Welfare Monitoring surveys implemented in 2000, 2005, and 2011. The paper provides evidence on changes in overlapping deprivations using a non-index approach to multidimensional poverty. It assesses the performance of various dimensions in education, health, and living standards, taking one indicator at a time. It then examines the overlap between different dimensions of poverty and examines how this has changed over time in Ethiopia and across rural and urban areas. It highlights that although Ethiopia’s multidimensional poverty index is very high, there have been improvements in overlapping deprivations and, as a result, the number of individuals deprived in multiple dimensions has fallen.

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