For most of the Nigerian poor, growth is just an irony.
Ethiopia achieved a 10% economic growth over the past decade and a 33% reduction in poverty headcount.
Yesterday, IDS-JICA-AFD held a joint book launch in Paris.
An innovative collaboration sends out a strong message into the world, “Growth is dead, long live growth: The quality of economic growth and why it matters”.
Socio-Economic Atlas of Kenya estimates that Kakamega is the poorest county in Kenya.
Chief Economist of Asian Development Bank spoke that poverty eradication in Asia by 2030 would be more challenging than we thought.
Deputy Chief Economist of Asian Development Bank describes the key findings of their recent study on poverty measurement in Asia.
In a recent report, ADB finds that $1.25/day is not enough to maintain minimum welfare in Asia.
The World Bank has pledged $1.8 billion to countries in the Horn Africa to invest in social safety net and infrastructure.
World Bank hosted a flagship panel discussion on Transforming Economies to Benefit the Poor at the annual meeting.