Multidimensional Poverty Index in Kedungkandang District

Authors : Wara Indira Rukmi, Ismu Rini Dwi Ari, Anestia Lairatri Prabandari

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 12 - December

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Poverty is one problem that often occurs in countries in the world, especially in developing countries. The calculation of poverty values has changed or modified in accordance with the current conditions. The condition of poverty is not only seen as a person's limitations in terms of financial (income) but several other dimensions. Poverty measurement using the Multidimensional Poverty Index method is one method of measuring poverty which pays attention to 3 (three) dimensions such as education, health and living standards. This research is located in Kedungkandang District. Kedungkandang sub-district is one of the districts in Malang that has the highest number of poor rice recipients, amounting to 5260 poor households. Kedungkandang Subdistrict has a population of 1,888,175 people, divided into 12 villages. Poverty measurement using the Multidimensional Poverty Index in Kedungkandang District is divided into a very low category. The villages that have the lowest MPI values are Kotalama Village (0.01) and Sawojajar Village (0.01) while the villages that have the highest MPI values are Lesanpura Village (0.07) and Wonokoyo Village (0.07). The higher MPI value indicates the poorer thearea.

Keywords : Poverty, Multidimensional Poverty Index.


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