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Above Poverty Line

In India, a measure of persons who live above its nationally designated poverty threshold. India divides the poverty threshold into urban and rural areas. People in urban areas must meet higher monthly income minimums to be considered above the poverty line. The World Bank uses a more stringent poverty threshold than the Indian government.
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The national median self-rated food poverty gap, which is the amount food-poor families lack in monthly food expenses relative to their stated threshold is P3,000, or half of the self-rated food poverty threshold.
For an illustration of the supplemental poverty measure threshold's slight decline from 2011 to 2012 while the official poverty threshold increased, sec Liana Fox et al.
born 53 15 20 Foreign-born 47 36 10 Poverty status >poverty threshold 29 8 10 [less than or equal to] 71 43 21 poverty threshold Asthma severity Mild intermittent 5 2 1 Mild persistent 40 22 9 Moderate persistent 36 19 11 Severe persistent 19 8 10 ED visits (in 12 months) None 56.
Should the poverty threshold be adjusted over time using the rise in the cost of living or the rise in average or median income, and should it be adjusted for geographic price differences or other factors?
poverty threshold, which is, as Shawn Fremstad from the Center for Economic and Policy Research puts it, "the extent to which it has defined deprivation down over the last several decades because it has not kept pace with changes in typical living standards in the United States.
THE OFFICIAL POVERTY THRESHOLD COMPARED WITH THE NEW SUPPLEMENTAL METHOD FIGURED FOUR WAYS FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR
there are two official measures of poverty the poverty thresholds and the poverty guidelines.
According to the Turkish statistical authority, TurkStat, 12,751,000 people are living below the poverty threshold in Turkey.
A large, growing number of children live in destitute, often desperate conditions across the country--girls and boys under the age of 18 whose families and households have incomes below 50 percent of the national poverty threshold.
As a result eight out of ten older people with sight loss in Wales are living on or below the poverty threshold because in many cases they are under-claiming benefits.
According to the Labor Minister, the poverty threshold in Kyrgyzstan constitutes 963 som.
Essays discuss the findings, such as that the extent to which people are banked depends primarily on how wealthy they are, and that there is a poverty threshold below which people find financial services elsewhere.
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