Morocco

The Progress out of Poverty Index® (PPI®) is a poverty measurement tool for organizations and businesses with a mission to serve the poor.  The PPI is statistically-sound, yet simple to use: the answers to 10 questions about a household’s characteristics and asset ownership are scored to compute the likelihood that the household is living below the poverty line – or above by only a narrow margin.  With the PPI, organizations can identify the clients, customers, or employees who are most likely to be poor or vulnerable to poverty, integrating objective poverty data into their assessments and strategic decision-making.

The latest version of the PPI for Morocco was created in July 2013 by Mark Schreiner of Microfinance Risk Management, L.L.C. Indicators in the PPI for Morocco are based on data from the 2007 Household Living Standards Survey (ENNVM).

Please take note that the 2007 PPI for Morocco is not comparable to the 1999 PPI due to government changes in the definitions of household consumption and poverty lines. Legacy poverty lines could not be created because the government did not release detailed explanations of these changes. Download this guide (English, PDF, log-in required) for more information on transitioning to a new version.

وبالنسبة للوثائق باللغة العربية، انتقل لأسفل

Morocco PPI Downloads (Members Only)

PPI Scorecard and Lookup Table

PPI Sample Size Calculator

PPI Design Documentation

PPI Interpretation of Indicators

الوثائق بالّلغة العربية

بطاقة نتائج مُؤشّر تقدّم الفقر و جداول البحث :  مُؤشّرات تقدّم الفقر و جداول البحث المُستغلّة لإنتاج قيم احتمالات وجود حالة فقر،بالّلغة العربية

دليل الاستعمال بسيط، بالّلغة العربية، لِاستعمال بطاقة نتائج مُؤشّر تقدّم الفقر، يحتوي على أهمّ التعاريف، الأمثلة و الإقتراحات لاستغلال المؤشّرات،

اعتمادا على دليل المحقق الإحصاء الوطني، وعلى الإختبار الميداني الّذي  تمّ أثناء إنشاء مُؤشّر تقدّم الفقر   تعليمات المؤشّر

تمّت ترجمة الوثائق بالّلغة العربية من طرف زكية العلوي من غرامين جميل

Field Testing

Field Testing was completed by al Amana, a microfinance institution based in Morocco. A report detailing the results, as well as feedback and commentary from the virtual user review, with responses by Mark Schreiner, is available in French. To obtain a copy, please email us.