16 July 2020
Report on the Results of the Study on Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) in Indonesia 2018
SurveyMETER released the results of the 2018 Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) Study in Jeneponto and Pangkep districts, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It was carried out in collaboration with the Australian National University (ANU), the International Women's Development Agency (IWDA), and the Australian Government by the agency of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
The IDM Program is a partnership between ANU, IWDA, and the Australian government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The goal is that by 2020 the IDM is ready for global use as an individual measure of deprivation and a tool for tracking how development is changing the lives of the most deprived. By interviewing multiple adult members of the same household, the IDM helps to reveal inequality within households where it exists.
The IDM Indonesia Study is the first investigation to use the revised and expanded IDM survey tool following a detailed review of the survey tool. Cognitive testing was conducted to ensure that the more complex IDM questions were well understood by survey respondents and that the questions measured what should be intended to and could be easy to speak effectively.
The study reports are compiled in short papers bilingually English and Indonesian, also distinguished from those based on overall data and based on data per district, Jeneponto and Pangkep.
Here are links to papers that refer to the overall data:
The following is a link to study reports and papers with data from the district of Pangkajene and the Islands (Pangkep):
The following are links to study reports and papers with data from the district of Jeneponto: