South african index of multiple deprivation

1 May 2012 The analysis is undertaken using the datazone level South African Index of Multiple Deprivation which was constructed from the 2001 Census. This report presents the South African Index of Multiple Deprivation 2001 (SAIMD 2001) at datazone level. The SAIMD is a composite index reflecting five dimensions of deprivation: income and material deprivation, employment deprivation, education deprivation, health deprivation and living environment deprivation. South Africa (StatsSA) developed a ward level measure of multiple deprivation for each province in the country, called the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation (PIMD) (Noble et al., 2006, 2009 forthcoming). The PIMD refers to deprivation experienced by the total population (i.e. all ages including children). Additionally a South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD)

23 Sep 2019 PDF | On Jan 1, 2007, Helen Barnes and others published The South African Index of Multiple Deprivation for Children | Find, read and cite all  28 Oct 2019 Small Area Indices of Multiple Deprivation for South Africa. Michael Noble*, Helen Barnes†, Gemma Wright‡ and Benjamin Roberts§. Abstract. The Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation for South Africa 2001. Description: A team of academics and researchers drawn from Stats SA, Oxford University,  Multiple Deprivation in South Africa at Ward Level data SASPRI has developed a ward level South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) for 2011.

Context The Material and Social Deprivation Index (MSDI) was created at the end 2010, 2017); South African Indices of Deprivation (SAID) (2001, 2007, 2011) 

Multiple Deprivation (PIMD) (Noble et al., 2006, 2009 forthcoming). The PIMD refers to deprivation experienced by the total population (i.e. all ages including children) and was based on the 2001 Census. Subsequently a South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) was produced at datazone level for 2001 for the whole of South Africa (Noble et al., 2009). The datazones are small area level statistical geographical units Multiple Deprivation in South Africa at Ward Level Using published census data SASPRI has developed a ward level South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) for 2011. It comprises a combination of four domain indices – material deprivation, employment deprivation, education deprivation, and living environment deprivation. This paper presents the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation that were constructed by the authors at ward level using 2001 Census data for each of South Africa’s nine provinces. The principles adopted in conceptualising the indices are described and multiple deprivation is defined as a weighted combination of discrete dimensions of deprivation. The methodological approach used is Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2001 Since the beginning of the post-apartheid era, a key objective of the South African government has been the improvement of the quality of life of all South Africans and the reduction of poverty and social inequality. Transkei in the Eastern Cape has the highest levels of deprivation (measured using the Index of Multiple Deprivation for 2011) as well as income poverty. Indeed, the deprivation gap between former homelands and the rest of South Africa has not declined in the period 2001 to 2011. Introduction South African Index of Multiple Deprivation for Children Following the release of the PIMD, CASASP scholars and the HSRC began to consider the importance of constructing a child-focused index which

26 Mar 2009 This paper presents the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation that were constructed by the authors at ward level using 2001 Census data 

This report presents the South African Index of Multiple Deprivation 2001 (SAIMD 2001) at datazone level. The SAIMD is a composite index reflecting five dimensions of deprivation: income and material deprivation, employment deprivation, education deprivation, health deprivation and living environment deprivation. South Africa (StatsSA) developed a ward level measure of multiple deprivation for each province in the country, called the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation (PIMD) (Noble et al., 2006, 2009 forthcoming). The PIMD refers to deprivation experienced by the total population (i.e. all ages including children). Additionally a South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD)

contributes substantially to the burden of disease in South Africa. the South African Indices of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) modelled at small-area level, this  

This report provides details about a South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) that has been produced at small area level using modelled data relating to 2007. This datazone-level SAIMD 2007 is the most recent development in a series of Indices of Deprivation that have been produced at a small area level in South Africa. Title:The South African Index of Multiple Deprivation for ChildrenAuthors: Helen Barnes, et alPublisher: HSRC PressYear: 2008 The South African Index of Multiple Deprivation for Children is an 80-page report that aims to generate data to map child deprivation at municipal level, in order to inform local level policy and intervention in South Africa.

30 Dec 2018 the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 (IMD 2015). The Pobal HP Deprivation Index is based on small areas (SA), the new census geography 

26 Mar 2009 This paper presents the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation that were constructed by the authors at ward level using 2001 Census data  Namibian Indices of Deprivation. Constituency level Index of Multiple Deprivation for. Namibia 2001. Centre for the Analysis of South African Social Policy. 1 May 2012 The analysis is undertaken using the datazone level South African Index of Multiple Deprivation which was constructed from the 2001 Census. The Namibian Index of Multiple Deprivation (NIMD) is a composite index Elsewhere in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region it has   health sector across the provinces and districts of South Africa. The DHB has been issued This South African Index of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) includes   contributes substantially to the burden of disease in South Africa. the South African Indices of Multiple Deprivation (SAIMD) modelled at small-area level, this   Context The Material and Social Deprivation Index (MSDI) was created at the end 2010, 2017); South African Indices of Deprivation (SAID) (2001, 2007, 2011) 

This paper presents the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation that were constructed by the authors at ward level using 2001 Census data for each of South Africa’s nine provinces. The principles adopted in conceptualising the indices are described and multiple deprivation is defined as a weighted combination of discrete dimensions of deprivation. The methodological approach used is 6 Multiple deprivation has been explored in the South African context by various researchers, for example Klasen's deprivation index (1997; 2000), Vichi's index of deprivation (1997), and the South African Advertising Research Foundation's Living Standards Measure (e.g. Van Aardt, 2005), but these have not been produced at the small area level. 3 This paper presents the Provincial Indices of Multiple Deprivation that were constructed by the authors at ward level using 2001 Census data for each of South Africa’s nine provinces. The file contains information about the domain indices of deprivation and the overall South African Index of Multiple Deprivation for Children 2007 (SAIMDC 2007) at municipality level. The overall SAIMDC 2007 and the five domain indices are presented on separate pages. The SAIMDC 2007 score, rounded to one decimal place, is shown in blue.