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Multidimensional Measurements of Poverty Analysis in Urban Areas of Afar Regional State

@inproceedings{Gebreslassie2015MultidimensionalMO,
  title={Multidimensional Measurements of Poverty Analysis in Urban Areas of Afar Regional State},
  author={Gebretsadik Hishe Gebreslassie},
  year={2015}
}
In view of the multi faceted nature of poverty, a multidimensional approach is needed to understand the complex phenomenon of poverty or to evaluate household or individual wellbeing. This study examines the extent of poverty using the data collected from three selected urban areas of Afar Regional State through structured questioner of 186 households in 2013/2014 and the Alkire and Foster (2007) counting approach and FGT poverty measure approach were employed in the analysis. The study measure… Expand

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