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The IDPoor Programme provides data on poor and vulnerable households and their household members based on the results of IDPoor interviews using the IDPoor questionnaire. This includes information on the household’s poverty level, household size, gender distribution of household members, quality of the house and many more indicators. The data is stored in the IDPoor database of poor households and is updated on a daily basis.

By clicking on the button “Statistic and Download Data” below, you will be forwarded to the data query section of the IDPoor websystem. The data query section provides a quick overview of IDPoor households’ and household members’ characteristics by visualizing the data in different charts. You can use filter options to adjust the charts to the households that you want to target. Filter options are manifold and include regional filter, filter by age or by poverty level. The data query section also allows you to download data reports. Everyone can download reports showing IDPoor data on an aggregate level. To access more detailed reports including sensitive information, you will have to register as a data user. Please find more information on how to register as a data user by clicking on the card below.

Data can also be requested directly at MOP via email, letter or telephone and if the request is granted, data will be provided as a hard copy or via email. Requests can be addressed to [email protected] or +855 (0)23 726 814. If you are working for an institution, which has an API established with IDPoor, data can be accessed directly via the API.

The received IDPoor data is not allowed to be distributed further for data protection reasons. IDPoor data has always to be obtained via the IDPoor website, APIs or MOP. The intellectual property of the IDPoor data lies with MOP and MOP can request the deletion of the data by the data user at anytime.

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