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A Poverty Map is a spatial representation of poverty indicators at disaggregated geographical regions.
It gives an overview of the disparities that exist in poverty level within a country.
The Statistics Mauritius has produced, with technical support from World Bank, two Poverty Maps one for 2001/02 and another one for 2006/07.
The maps depict the poverty rate in each of the 145 administrative regions (20 Municipal Wards - MWs, 124 Village Council Areas - VCAs and Island of Rodrigues) of the country.
Chart 1 – Poverty Map 2001/02
Chart 2 – Poverty Map 2006/07
Analytical paper on Poverty Maps 2001/02 & 2006/07
Tables on poverty-related indicators
Methodology paper on Poverty Map 2006/07
Annex of Methodology Paper on Poverty Map 2006/07