The Ministry of Planning's [where]: the southern provinces top the poverty line in 2014 indicators

The Ministry of Planning announced a high rate of poverty line in Iraq over the past year in 2014. He said ministry spokesman Abdul-Zahra Alndaoui told all of Iraq [where] that "this increase came in under the displacement crisis in Iraq and the drop in oil prices, and here we are talking about the presence of more than 3 million displaced people and the crisis in Iraq today is a double security and economic."
He said "this segment is concentrated in the southern provinces and occupies centers first indicator of poverty, especially in the provinces of Muthanna and Diwaniya, followed by other provinces in the center and south, while in the Kurdistan region are at rates much lower than in the rest of the provinces to the stability of the situation in. But after a wave of other displacement These data may change These rates are concentrated in other places. "
Hindawi said that "the multi-dimensional poverty and income and includes food, housing, education, health and the absence of any one of these indicators then enters the human indicators below the poverty line."
He pointed out that "In 2010, we set the poverty line at $ 76 000 dinars per month as a separator between the poor person who is outside these rates occurred in 2013, improvement in the standard of living due to high oil prices and increased this rate limiting and became estimated $ 105 000 dinars per month "pointing out that" the amount of the poverty line rate in 2014 is still in prepared statements in the relevant committees in the ministry. "
And he drew a spokesman for the Ministry of Planning that "the results of these indicators will be announced in detail during a conference held at the ministry on Thursday in the presence of the Minister of Planning and Director of the Office of the Prime Minister and a number of members of the House of Representatives and representatives of international organizations operating in Iraq and a number of agents and general managers in the ministries and others." It ended 16