Incomes over the national average
Inserted in the Pampean regional context, La Pampa registers levels of family income and per capita slightly superior to the average of the country. The fourth part of the total family income comes from non-working sources. If we calculate the population in levels from the poorest to the richest, the first fifth being the poorest group and the last fifth being the richest, the fifth one presents a monthly average family income per capita 9.2 times bigger than the first fifth.
Good coverage of basic needs
It allows the delimitation of structural groups of poverty and represents an alternative to the identification of poverty considered only as a lack of income. Dimensions of total absence can be identified and poverty is focused as the result of a pile of lacking essential materials.
From the total of provinces to the year 2010, La Pampa is the one that possesses the lesser percentage of Unsatisfied Basic Needs.
Homes with Unsatisfied Basic Needs
Levels of poverty and indigence below national average
La Pampa presents lower levels of poverty and indigence than those of the national average:
From the Pampean region, the union Santa Rosa-Toay is the one that presents the lowest levels of poverty.
In La Pampa, the amount of access to internet has shown an increasing tendency through 2019:
The security in la Pampa is conceived as a State policy, under a model of proximity, that allows it to be linked at all time and place with its citizens.
Rate of victims in road accidents below the national average (year 2019)
Source: Ministerio de Seguridad de la Nación
Rate of victims of intentional homicide below the national average (year 2019):
Fuente: Ministerio de Seguridad de la Nación
National University of La Pampa
The National University of La Pampa (UNLPam), with more than 60 years of existence, is the only public university institution in the province. Its six faculties, located in Santa Rosa and General Pico, offer more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degrees and various postgraduate training proposals.
Data of students and graduates year 2019: