The United Nations’ Global Multi-Dimensional Poverty Index has three dimensions and 10 indicators in estimating Overall Poverty. Each dimension is equally weighted, each indicator within a dimension is also equally weighted, and added. It uses 10 indicators to measure poverty in three dimensions: Education, Health and Living standards. This report was Published in June 2015, and is based on data collected on years between 2004 and 2014.
United Nations’ Multi Dimensional Poverty Index
According to the MPI Report, as at 2010, 46% of Nigerians lived below the national poverty line (Only 28% in Urban areas, and near 70% in The rural). Although a Report by the World bank, released in 2014, showed that only 33% of Nigerians could be considered Poor.
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States by Incidence of Poverty
15 states set to go bankrupt in Nigeria – Fifteen states in Nigeria may go bankrupt as their Internally Generated Revenues (IGR) are far below 10% of their Federation Account Allocations
– The IGR of Lagos state is higher than […] Posted in News, Local
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