For the first time in Iraq, the adoption of sophisticated electronic program in
For the first time in Iraq, the adoption of sophisticated electronic program in the implementation of a comprehensive survey of poverty in 2016
12/8/2015 0 Comments
Twilight News / Executive General Manager of the Poverty Reduction Strategy in the Ministry of Planning Najla Ali Murad and the support of the World Bank, in collaboration with the Central Agency for the adoption of administration announced a new tool to assess the standard of living and well-being of the Iraqi people through tracking mail and instant repeated for families to measure the level of poverty in the country.
Murad said in a statement responded to Twilight News, said the program, which was adopted and is the first of its kind in Iraq and the region has proven its success through the implementation of a pilot survey to assess the well-being and standard of living indicators about the use of fast and effective device (iPad).
She explained that the new system costs very little compared with other methods, as well as ease of use to monitor and evaluate the level of poverty annually and whenever the need arises through an electronic form includes a number of variables that are fulfilled by the researchers in the field.
Murad pointed out that the field information is sent directly from the field via the Internet are linked to the control center from which to estimate the average family that determines their living compared to the national poverty line spend.
It showed that the new method of measurement and evaluation of poverty will be adopted in the implementation of a comprehensive national survey to monitor and evaluate poverty in Iraq during the first half of next year in 2016 and continues for a period of sixty days.
The Central Bureau of Statistics of the Ministry of Planning was carried out in 2012 socio-economic survey of the family for a full year and based on the results that the survey was awarded the poverty line b (105.5) thousand dinars per person per month.