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Multidimensional Poverty Index (IKM) 2012-2021

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Multidimensional Poverty
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The Multidimensional Poverty Index (IKM) was first developed by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) and the United Nations Development Program's Human Development Report Office (UNDP-HDRO) in 2010. The IKM reflects the deprivation of capabilities experienced by the poor, such as education , health and standard of living.

In addition to the character of poverty, IKM provides details on indicators that trigger poverty to geographic analysis and population characteristics. At the global level, SMEs can be compared across countries, regions and the world. Meanwhile at the national level, IKM can be compared between provinces, regions, age groups, gender, rural & urban areas, and individuals and households.

Map of Indonesia's Multidimensional Poverty Index 2021

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Comparison of Indonesia's Multidimensional Poverty Index

Third Edition (New)
2012–2021

This multidimensional poverty study uses data from the National Social Economic Survey (SUSENAS) for the period 2012 to 2021 with a focus on indicator analysis in 2019 to 2021. The calculation of multidimensional poverty uses a method developed by Alkire-Foster (2011) …

Second Edition
2015–2018

Research based on SUSENAS data for the 2015-2018 period. Indonesia's IKM calculations use the Alkire-Foster method by calculating deprivation in the dimensions of health, education and standard of living, but modifying several indicators to suit the Indonesian context...

First Edition
2012–2014

The calculation of IKM in Indonesia uses three dimensions, namely the dimensions of health, education and quality of life standards, and a total of 11 indicators namely: sanitation, clean water, access to maternal/delivery health services, balanced nutrition intake for children under five, continuity of education, literacy …

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