nonpoor

nonpoor

(ˌnɒnˈpʊə; ˌnɒnˈpɔː)
adj
not poor, well-off; rich
n
a person who is not poor
pl n
people who are not poor
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The average loss of the poor and nonpoor rice farming households are P8,700 and P19,700 respectively, while the average gain is P5,300 and P3,900, respectively.
At any point in time, the hungry proportion of the poor is always above that of the nonpoor. But these proportions are not fixed-so if hunger rises among both the poor and the nonpoor, national hunger might rise even if the poverty incidence falls.
The survey showed that of the 50% Self-Rated Non-Poor families, only 1% used to be poor one to four years ago or those "newly non-poor," and 14% said they used to be poor five or more years ago or "usually nonpoor."
"A 22 per cent increase in per-pupil spending," the study concluded "is (estimated to be) large enough to eliminate the education gap between children from low-income and nonpoor families."
In addition, a measure of poverty status (poor or nonpoor) was constructed using a battery of household possessions following the approach used by the Demographic and Health Survey to construct the household wealth index variable in the DHS standard recode dataset.
Poor parents are dramatically less likely to have attended a school or class event than nonpoor parents and far less likely to have volunteered at their child's school, according to a national survey of family involvement.
Both males and females of the age group 10-19, poor, nonpoor, the poorest, second, and middle adolescents, are more likely to suffer from stunting.
As outmigration of the nonpoor population in areas hit by super-severe disasters grew, poverty rates in those areas rose.
"However, what our report finds is that less than half of adults experiencing in-work poverty have a low-paid worker in their household and most low-paid workers live in nonpoor households.
Inferior district-assigned schools repel nonpoor families from a neighborhood, despite attractive home prices.
A nonpoor household is impoverished by healthcare payments when it becomes poor after paying for health services.
While citizens with so-called below-poverty-line cards are eligible for government relief, surveys show that about half of the poor do not have the card -- while about one-third of the nonpoor do.