Eligibility for inclusion in the new programme is based on the Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation 2011 with each cluster to be based on the most deprived 10% areas according to this Index.
What does IOMD stand for?
IOMD stands for Index of Multiple Deprivation (British Department for Communities and Local Government; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The 2010 Index of Multiple Deprivation ranks Newcastle as the 40th most deprived local authority - over 72,000 people in Newcastle live in neighbourhoods that are among the 10% most deprived in the country; concentrated in Byker, Walker and Walkergate in the east and Benwell and Scots-Continued 16
West Rhyl is the poverty capital of Wales, with other wards in the town at seventh and 12th in the index of multiple deprivation, which measures income, employment and other data.
Unemployment is at double the national average and the recently published Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 shows that 22.
YOUR report on the 2010 Index of Multiple Deprivation figures for Newcastle (Chronicle, April 1) failed to do justice to the complexity of the issue of deprivation, and did a disservice to the excellent work being done by a partnership of local people, community groups and public bodies to improve quality of life in neighbourhoods in the city.
The postcode of the parents/carers home was used to allow the degree of deprivation to be analysed using the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) system.
Researchers used the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation - which uses factors like income, housing, education and employment - to assess the level of deprivation for each child.
Mr Lacey took the results from Kirklees Council data which includes statistics from The Index of Multiple Deprivation.