This brief explores the work, time-use, and voice dimensions, along with data from an additional module administered at the individual level: asset ownership and control, to highlight the multidimensional nature of economic empowerment and resiliency for women and men in two provinces of the Solomon Islands.
The information presented in this report is based on the responses of people in Jeneponto, one of two districts in the IDM Indonesia country study, led by the ANU IDM team. The report reveals the ways in which gender and age shape patterns of deprivation in Jeneponto.
This report presents initial findings and insights from the Individual Deprivation Measure study in the Solomon Islands, which was undertaken early in 2020 by the IWDA IDM team and Dignity Pasifik.
The brief works with data from the timely IDM Solomon Islands study, collected in March and April 2020. It looks at a broad range of influences on vulnerability and preparedness from sanitation, access to water, and barriers based on levels of education, to forms of deprivation that may interact to magnify the potential economic and health risks of the pandemic.
This video captures thoughts from global leaders in poverty measurement and stakeholders of the Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) on why it is important to measure at the individual-level and take a multidimensional look at poverty.