How do I interpret the various values presented with the MPI results?

The MPI constitutes a set of poverty measures. These measures are explained as follows. Incidence of multidimensional poverty: the proportion of people who are poor according to the MPI (those who are deprived in at least one third of the weighted indicators). Average intensity of poverty: the average number of deprivations poor people experience at the same time. MPI value: The MPI value summarizes information on multiple deprivations into a single number. It is calculated by multiplying the incidence of poverty by the average intensity of poverty. These measures can be unpacked to show the composition of poverty both across countries, regions and the world and within countries by ethnic group, urban/rural location, as well as other key household and community characteristics.