Xayaburi, Don Sahong, and Pak Beng
This map visualises levels of poverty based on availability of household income (or cash flow) as a rolling two-week indicator. The higher the red pigment the higher the poverty in the respective sub-districts.
This map shows the weekly difference between the baseline (shown left) and the scenario. The more green pigment, the more people move out of poverty. The more red pigment, the more people drop under the poverty line. The majority of changes shown result from households migrating into another sub-district due to livelihood changes. In many cases this causes poverty levels to drop in sub-districts from where poor households migrate from.