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Intergrated household living conditions survey in Myanmar

Intergrated household living conditions survey in Myanmar

poverty profile : intergrated household living conditions survey in Myanmar : MDG-relevant information

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Published in [Yangon : IDEA International Institute, IHLCA Project Technical Unit, Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development, United Nations Development Programme, Yangon .
Written in English


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Title from disc label.

Statement[prepared by IDEA International Institute, IHLCA Project Technical Unit].
ContributionsIDEA International (Institute), IHLCA Project Technical Unit., UNDP-Burma., Burma. ʼA myuiʺ sāʺ Cī maṃ kinʻʺ nhaṅʻʹ Cīʺ pvāʺ reʺ Phvaṃʹ phruiʺ Tuiʺ takʻ mhu Vanʻ krīʺ Ṭhāna.
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 CD-ROM
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Open LibraryOL23615894M
LC Control Number2009336436

The survey, called “Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey II,” and a report were released in June Data were collected on ownership status, living conditions and millennia. Myanmar, in particular the Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment (/5 and /10), the Household Income and Expenditure Survey (conducted 5 times, every 6 years between and ) and the Myanmar Poverty and Living Conditions Survey ().

  Integrated household living conditions survey in Myanmar (–) Poverty Profile. UNICEF, UNDP, Minsitry of National Planning and Economic Development, Sida. 13) Sun X, Jackson S, Carmichael G, Sleigh by: 8. Education Management Information System (EMIS) and the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey in Myanmar, (IHLCS). Findings of this analysis were reported in the CESR Phase 1 Technical Annex on the Secondary Education Subsector (SES)2 and to varying.

  One third of Myanmar’s population remains in poverty One third of the population in Myanmar either lives in poverty or are near-poor, despite the significant reduction in poverty over the past decade, according to a new estimate based on living conditions released by the Ministry of Planning and Finance and the World Bank.   Myanmar Living Conditions Survey (MLCS) was launched today in Nay Pyi Taw by the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Planning and Finance, H.E. U Maung Maung Win. Data users from the government, civil society, research institutes, private sector, and development partners have joined to share experience from the Integrated Household Living.


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Intergrated household living conditions survey in Myanmar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Integrated household living conditions survey in myanmar: quantitative survey technical report prepared by: idea international institute quebec city, canada ihlca project technical unit yangon, union of myanmar with support from: planning department and central statistical organization of ministry of national planning and economic development.

study on living conditions in the Union of Myanmar. The team would like to thank especially Minister U Soe Tha of National Planning and Economic Development for his support to the Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment of which the qualitative study on living conditions is a component.

Survey (between and ) and the Myanmar Poverty and Living Conditions Survey (MPLCS, ). The MLCS brings the objectives of these previous household surveys together into a single survey and provides a comprehensive source of living conditions information.

The survey aims to provide reliable, accurate and up-to-date data for the Size: 8MB. The Myanmar Living Conditions Survey (MLCS) is a large scale multi-topic living conditions survey implemented by the Central Statistical Organization of the Ministry of Planning and Finance, and supported by the World Bank (WB) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The MLCS follows from various households’ surveys that have been previously conducted, in particular the Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment. integrated household living conditions survey in myanmar () poverty dynamics report prepared by: ihlca project technical unit yangon, the republic of the union of myanmar with support from: ministry of national planning and economic development nay pyi taw, the republic of the union of myanmar united nations development programme.

Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey in Myanmar () - Poverty Profile. English ( MB) Myanmar ( MB) Poverty Profile IHLCA II.

The Poverty Profile presents select results from the Integrated Households Living Condition Assessment-II survey with emphasis on consumption poverty and its correlates. It is not. Myanmar agreed on the implementation of a second round of the Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment (IHLCA) in 1.

IHLCA-II is a nationwide quantitative survey of households with two rounds of data collection. The Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment (IHLCA) project provides the Government Of the Republic Of the Union Of Myanmar, the UN and Other national and international stakeholders with statistical data for determining living conditions in the country.

The first nation-wide survey carried out in   Sampling design The main focus of the IHLCA-II was to assess the changes in the living conditions of people in Myanmar since IHLCA-I.

The national research team considered that the survey design, sampling units and other survey instruments therefore should be as similar as possible to those used in the IHLCA-I.

The Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment (IHLC,A) project provides the Government Of the Republic Of the Union Of Myanmar, the UN and Other national and international stakeholders With statistical data for determining living conditions in the country.

The first nation-wide survey carried out in E-Books Information & Reports; Home > Information & Reports; Survey Reports # Title File size Entered date Download File; 1: MYANMAR LIVING CONDITIONS SURVEY (SOCIO-ECONOMIC REPORT)P KB: 1: 2: MYANMAR LIVING CONDITIONS SURVEY (SOCIO-ECONOMIC REPORT)P KB: 1: 3: Myanmar Living Conditions.

The Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment project provides the Government Of the Republic Of the Union Of Myanmar, the UN and Other national and international stakeholders with statistical data for determining living conditions in the country.

The first nation-wide survey carried out in. The Myanmar Living Conditions Survey was conducted from December to December in all of the districts and in of the townships in Myanmar. It is representative of the Union Territory, its states and regions, urban and rural areas.

- Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment in Myanmar: Quantitative Survey Technical Report. SURVEY OBJECTIVES In order to provide a holistic assessment of living conditions in Myanmar, drawing on reliable data that are representative of the country’s population, the IHLCA was a logical continuation of previous assessments of social.

findings of the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (IHLCS) in Myanmar, – and related studies,1 and outlines their broad implications for poverty reduction strategies and policies in the country. Poverty Level and Trends 2. The IHLCS used two measures of poverty incidence in Myanmar: (i) the food poverty.

Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey. MIMU Assessment Code: CPG-UNDP_   The report used two methodologies to measure poverty in Myanmar. The first methodology used poverty data collected using the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (IHLCA) by the Government of Myanmar and IDEA, UNDP and UNOPS in / The second methodology was introduced by the World Bank, using the /10 Integrated Household Living Survey.

Poverty has previously been estimated using data from the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey conducted in /05 and / Using this earlier data, poverty in Myanmar has been estimated using two different approaches.

Technical poverty estimation report: Myanmar poverty and living conditions survey (English) Abstract. A joint analysis of poverty and living standards was conducted by a technical team from the Ministry of Planning and Finance, Government of Myanmar, and the.

The report used two methodologies to measure poverty in Myanmar. The first methodology used poverty data collected using the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (IHLCA) by the Government of Myanmar and IDEA, UNDP and UNOPS in / The second methodology was introduced by the World Bank, using the /10 Integrated Household Living Survey data.

Using this second. Household Living Conditions Survey in Myanmar (): MDG Data Report, Integrated - Household Living Conditions Survey in Myanmar (): Quality -Report; B.N. Tiwari, S.

Rahman and Khine Tun. “Poverty, Food Insecurity and Vulnerability: Issues and Strategies (Myanmar)”, Background Paper for Development Policy Options, Myanmar.The objective of the Myanmar Business Survey (MBS) is to address these limitations and to provide comprehensive economic statistics on the private sector of Myanmar, to inform both government policy-makers and non-government stakeholders, and to provide a key data source for the calculation of national accounts.

Myanmar Living Conditions. The report was compiled using two different methodologies: The Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey conducted in and a second method introduced by the World Bank in Using the second method, poverty went down from percent in to percent in and percent in