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Ethiopia and multidimensional poverty: Over 80 % of the population are multidimensionally poor June 30, 2015

Posted by OromianEconomist in Poverty.
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The above is from World Bank source which is conventional (income based) method of poverty analysis

Ethiopia's Per capita income trend, relative to  Sub-Saharan Afr 001Ethiopia

According to the Economist’s latest (25 June 2015) multidimensional poverty analysis, 9 countries that have registered 80% and above  of their population as multidimensionally poor are all in Africa: Ethiopia, Somalia, Burundi, South Sudan, Guinea, Niger, Burkina Faso  and Chad. 

population in multidimensional poverty

MOST measures of poverty just focus on income. About 1 billion people live on less than $1.25 a day. But a new report from Oxford University looks at poverty levels in 101 developing countries, covering 5.2 billion people, or 75% of the world’s population. The report understands poverty in a different way from how economists usually do.

The economists measure “multidimensional poverty”. This complements measures based on income and reflects the many different problems people can face all at the same time. These include bad health and a lack of education. In all, they identify ten indicators; if people are deprived in at least one-third them, they are multidimensionally poor. The authors estimate that 1.6 billion people fit this description.

In some countries the difference between the conventional and unconventional measures is stark. In Mexico, Pakistan and Egypt, for instance, there are twice as many multidimensionally poor as there are conventionally poor. –

http://www.economist.com/blogs/freeexchange/2015/06/multidimensional-poverty?fsrc=scn/tw/te/bl/ed/multidimensionalpoverty

https://www.oromiamedia.org/2015/07/omn-oduu-waxabajjii-30-2015/

Karoorri Guddina Dinagdee fi Traansoformeshinii Itoophiyaa,qabatamaatti jireenya Ummataa akka hin jijjirre ibsame.

OMN: Oduu Wax.30,2015 Mootummaan Itoophiyaa Waggoota shanan darban karoora Guddina fi Tiraansfoormeeshinii baasuun diinagdee biyyattii Dijitii lamaan guddisee biyyattii, toora biyyoota galii giddugalaa qaban cinan hiriirsa jechuun hojjechaa ture.

Keesumaa Diinagdee Biyyattii Qonnaan durfamaa jiru gara diinagdee Industiriitti ceesisuuf karoorfamee yoo tures utuu galma hin gahin hafuu isaa ogeessa Diinagdee kan ta’an Obbo Mulatu Gammachuu OMN tti himaniiru.

Humna Elektirikaa bara Hayila Silaasetti fayyadamaa,Qonnnaan bulaan Gindoodhuma waggoota 40 darbe lafa qotaa,guddinna galmaa;e jedhamu arguu dadhabne jedhaniiru.
Hanqinni sharafa biyya alaa yeroo diinagdee biyyatti raasaa jiru fi qalaa’iinsii gatii guddachaa jiru kanatti karoora guddina fi Tiraansfoormshinii jedhanii labsuun maqaa isaa irra kan hafe qabatamaatti jijjiramni fide hin jiru jedhu Obbo Mulatuun.
Biyya Itoophiyaa keessatti guddinni kan dhufuu danda’u qonnaa fi industiriin wal simee lammiileef carraan hojii yoo umamee dha kan jedhan obbo Mulatuun,Projektonni Misoomaa gurguddoon biyyattii illee hanqina sharafa biyya alaatiin rakkoo keessa akka jiran dubbatan.

Barreessaan Paartii Kongressii Federaalistii Oromoo obbo Baqalaa Nagaa’s, Itoophiyaa keessatti yeroo ammaa kana hojjetaan Mootummaa miindaa argatuun jiraachuu akka dadhabe, Qonnaan bulaan lafa isaa irra seeraan alaa buqqa’ee kadhaaf daandiitti bahaa akka jiru himanii, ummanni keenya tajajjila dhala namaaf barbaachisu ille argachaa hin jiru jedhu.

Karoorri Guddinaa fi Tiraansfoormeeshinii waggoota shanan dhufaniif bahes isa kanaan duraarraa waan addaa fida jedhanii akka hin eegne hubachiisaniiru.

Gabaasaan Alamayyoo Qannaa ti.

https://www.oromiamedia.org/2015/07/karoorri-guddina-dinagdee-fi-traansoformeshinii-itoophiyaaqabatamaatti-jireenya-ummataa-akka-hin-jijjirre-ibsame/

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