Take the first SDG, ending poverty in all its forms everywhere. We start to have a pretty good idea of the things which need to be done to achieve it.
On Sunday 6th September in Ankara, Turkey, Chatham House convened an International Policy Forum on ‘Empowering Women for Economic Growth: The smart choice for the G20’.
In order to eliminate extreme poverty, we need to take immediate actions to tackle chronic poverty. What are the potential challenges? How can they be overcome?
If you had to identify the three main policies that you consider key in eradicating extreme poverty, what would they be?
This paper examines the trend and characteristics of chronic poverty in rural Cambodia between 2004 and 2010 with multidimensional perspectives.
That Kakamega is the poorest County both in relative and absolute terms doesn’t surprise me at all.
In a circumstance of lacking panel data, we could have rough ideas of chronic poverty by calculating extreme poverty.
FRONTIERS IN DEVELOPMENT 2014: Ending Extreme Poverty has started at USAID, hosted by Dr. Raj Shah.
This post reviews Human Development Report 2014－Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience.
There are half a billion people who are poor over many years or for a lifetime.