Poverty research by OPHI wins Oxford prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize

22 November, 2019

The University of Oxford is among 22 United Kingdom educational institutions announced as winners of The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for research and outreach carried out by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), which acts as the Secretariat to the MPPN.

The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes on OPHI:
‘The development of new measures for understanding global poverty, influencing the work of international aid agencies in a range of developing countries’

The Queen approved the award of The Queen’s Anniversary Prize in the thirteenth round of the scheme, which has recognised the work of OPHI on the measurement and understanding of global poverty and the contribution of its applied research to improving policymaking in poverty reduction by governments and international agencies.

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