United Nations Latest Study Reveals That Nigerians Are Poorer Now Under This Present Administration

Published 6 days ago by: kacy lee
at 08:49 PM, 11/07/2019 (6 days ago)

(22960 | Addicted Hero) (f)


A new report released on Thursday by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) says more than 50 percent of Nigerians are poorer.

The report revealed that in Nigeria, even though the proportion of people who are multidimensionally poor has remained constant at just over 50% over the past decade (upto 2017), the actual number of people who are multidimensionally poor increased from 86 million to 98 million over the same period.

“Also, important to note from the report is that when compared to the national poverty line which measures income/consumption, a larger proportion on Nigerians (51%) are multidimensionally poor than those that are income poor (46%)”, it read.

“Even though the national average shows that around 50% of Nigeria an multidimensionally poor, state and local government levels will reveal a completely different scenario.

“We need—even amongst those living in poverty—to understand people’s different experiences of deprivation. Are they malnourished? Can they go to school? Only then will poverty reduction policies be both efficient and effective,“ says Pedro Conceição, Director of the Human Development Report Office at UNDP.

“We looked at data for a group of ten middle- and low-income countries and we found encouraging news that the bottom 40 percent were moving faster than the rest,” says Sabina Alkire, OPHI Director.

“A pro-poor pattern that reduces inequalities in several Sustainable Development Goals,”
he added.

Reacting, Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator, said: “To fight poverty, one needs to know where poor people live. They are not evenly spread across a country, not even within a household.


“The 2019 global Multidimensional Poverty Index provides the detailed information policy makers need to more effectively target their policies.”

Problem with this article? Please contact us


kaposky at 09:41 PM, 11/07/2019 (6 days ago)
(2971 | Gistmaniac) (m)

THE WORST THING THAT HAS HAPPENED TO NIGERIA, IS BY THIS  BRAIN DAMAGED PEDOPHILE TO RULE NIGERIA
Reply
kp45 at 09:56 PM, 11/07/2019 (6 days ago)
(9951 | Hero) (m)

Leaders with no directions.
Reply
kelemann at 10:03 PM, 11/07/2019 (6 days ago)
(983 | Upcoming) (m)

We don't need Oyibo people to tell us this, even the blind can see  the hardship we are all going through now in Naija. Since 1960 we have never had it this bad not even after the civil war. Pmb we hail you sha.
Reply
Brave5500 at 11:25 PM, 11/07/2019 (6 days ago)
(549 | Upcoming) (m)

And they r supporting dem ... destiny president,,, if only... i mean if only....
Reply

LATEST COMMENTS

  1. realbaby2 on: Regina Daniels Nwoko Continues To Slay In Her Husband's Private Jet (Photos)
    You are too sweet baby. ... 17 mins ago
  2. realbaby2 on: Bold-Pink Mocks Tboss - “You Were Chopping Married Man In The Closet, Now It Has Been Exposed”
    Shot up your dirty mouth. Go and chop your own. She chose to chop and get belle. Why are you talking... 19 mins ago
  3. realbaby2 on: Students Shut Down South African Businesses In Ilorin Over Xenophobia Attack
    Wonderful. Love it. I wish am on Nigeria I could have closed all there companies. We Nigerians have&... 25 mins ago
  4. mgiwa6 on: Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo Off To The UK To Attend Son's Graduation
    No universities in Nigeria?... 2 hrs ago
  5. Abogado on: Students Shut Down South African Businesses In Ilorin Over Xenophobia Attack
    Interesting more actions please ... 2 hrs ago