Multidimensional poverty

Learn what countries are doing in terms of multidimensional poverty
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What is the MPPN?

The global Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network (MPPN) is a South-South initiative that supports policymakers to develop multidimensional poverty measures.

It promotes the use of such measures for more effective poverty eradication efforts at the global, national and local levels.


Magazine on Multidimensional Poverty

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