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  • Dates Collected: 20 Jul 2013 - 15 Aug 2013
    Date Released: 01 Dec 2014
    The Welfare Monitoring Survey (WMS) is a biennial longitudinal household survey covering all the regions of Georgia that are controlled by the Government. The results for the 2013 round are nationally representative, with 3,726 households having completed the questionnaire. The study examines the prevalence and distribution of issues such as consumption poverty, material deprivation, subjective poverty and social exclusion, and makes particular reference to the role of social transfers and the well-being of children.
  • Dates Collected: 20 Jun 2011 - 30 Jul 2011
    Date Released: 01 Jul 2012
    The Welfare Monitoring Survey 2011 focuses on a number of dimensions of well-being and welfare of the population of Georgia. Survey examines the prevalence and distribution of consumption poverty, material deprivation, subjective poverty, social exclusion and lack of utilities in the years following the global economic crisis. It makes particular reference to the role of social transfers and the well-being of children. The results should help to inform policy makers and practitioners to develop appropriate and adequate responses to deal with problems of poverty and deprivation.
  • Dates Collected: 10 Nov 2010 - 01 Dec 2010
    Date Released: 01 Nov 2011
    The Barriers to Access to Social Services Survey (BASS) was developed to gain a better understanding of why significant shares of poor households in Georgia are not accessing their entitlements. For this purpose, the respondents in the bottom consumption quintile from the 2009 survey were revisited and interviewed. The BASS is particularly important for addressing child poverty.
  • Dates Collected: 01 May 2009 - 01 Jul 2009
    Date Released: 01 Apr 2010
    The Welfare Monitoring Survey 2009 examines the welfare of the population of Georgia in the context of the global economic crisis. Well-being is examined on a range of dimensions including household consumption, material deprivation and subjective experience. The results help to signal potential deterioration in child and human welfare and should assist the government and international donor community to develop an adequate response.