The key results of the multidimensional overlapping deprivation analysis provide the possibility of comparing the countries included in the EU-MODA study by the following key ratios: (1) the deprivation headcount (H), (2) the average deprivation intensity among the deprived (A), (3) the adjusted deprivation headcount (M0), and (4) the overlapping deprivation headcounts.
Based on the total number of dimensions available in each country, the comparison can be performed using either 5 or 6 dimensions.
"Comparison by 5 dimensions" is applicable to all countries within the EU-MODA scope and is carried out based on the following 5 dimensions for the different stages of a child's life-cycle: nutrition, health, water, sanitation, and housing for children who are 0-4 years old; and education, information, water, sanitation, and housing for children who are 5-17 years old.
"Comparison by 6 dimensions" is available for a smaller number of countries as it is applicable to only those countries for which the sixth dimension - protection from violence - is also available.
For a detailed explanation concerning the choice of dimensions and calculations, see the "EU-MODA Technical Note".
Select the number of dimensions you want the country comparison to be based on, and select one of the age-groups representing the different stages of a child's life-cycle. You can then choose any of the listed countries to see the results.