The well-being of Children and Their Families in Georgia
Welfare Monitoring Survey, Fourth Stage, 2015
This report is based on the fourth round of the Welfare Monitoring Survey (WMS). WMS is a biennial longitudinal household survey covering all the government-controlled regions of Georgia. The results for the 2015 round are nationally representave, with 4,533 households having completed the questionnaire. The study examines the prevalence and distribution of issues such as consumption poverty, material deprivation, subjective poverty and social exclusion, and makes particular reference to the role of social transfers and the well-being of children.