Monetary and Multidimensional Child Poverty Study using MODA in Mongolia
In Mongolia 3 different N-MODA analyses were carried out; a national study and 2 studies at lower levels (Khuvgsul province and Nalaikh district). In order to conduct the analysis, the datasets MICS4, MICS5 and Household and Socio-Economic Surveys (HSES) 2012 were used. The N-MODA took into account both monetary poverty and non-monetary poverty definitions (and the overlap between monetary and non-monetary poverty) to calculate the child poverty rate in Mongolia.
The project outputs included:
- Capacity building
- Summary reports
- Child Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty in Mongolia (Nalaikh District) – A summary report
- Child Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty in Mongolia (Khuvsul Aimag) – A summary report
- Child Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty in Mongolia – A summary report
- Final report: Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis for Children in Mongolia.
The results of the study have been published on the N-MODA portal for Mongolia.
Image credit: UNICEF Mongolia