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.
Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group, addressed at the plenary session of the 2014 annual meeting, what the bank has done and is going to do to end poverty by 2030.
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.
Ashley Kuchanny, IDS alumni ambassador for the UK, reports on the IDS Impact Evaluation Design course.
There are half a billion people who are poor over many years or for a lifetime.
Cambodia is now on the track to the promising future. But many people are still struggling with chronic poverty or risks to fall into poverty.
The impact and necessity of cash transfer programmes has almost become a common sense.