Posts con la etiqueta ‘Multidimensional Poverty Index’

Using the MPI to maximise equitable programming in a flagship sexual and reproductive health programme

Publicado el: October 3rd, 2022 Por MPPN

Day in the Life: Nyawala from South Sudan

Publicado el: October 3rd, 2022 Por MPPN

Simulations and multidimensional poverty: reflections on a COVID-19 evaluation study

Publicado el: February 4th, 2022 Por MPPN

Multidimensional poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean: trends and projections prior to the COVID-19 pandemic

Publicado el: June 16th, 2021 Por MPPN

OPHI introduces Executive Education to train leaders in using the MPI as a policy tool

Publicado el: May 25th, 2021 Por MPPN

OPHI invites applications for its inaugural course Leaders Programme: Using the MPI as a Policy Tool. This five-day online programme will be held 23–27 August, and is aimed at senior government officials and top-level policymakers.

Consisting of 15 hours of interactive lectures, workshops, conversations with global leaders, and practitioners’ panels, the programme will leverage open discussions and high-level networking with fellow policymakers from around the world to share the successes and challenges of leading multidimensional poverty reduction.

The Leaders Programme will be conducted by senior experts in multidimensional poverty reduction and public policy specialists with experience in using the MPI to guide poverty reduction strategies. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet with them during office hours outside the programme schedule to discuss topics of mutual interest.

OPHI Executive Education focuses on the practical policy uses of the MPI. Those wishing to delve deeper into the technical side of measurement and learn how to construct and analyse the MPI are invited to apply for the OPHI Summer School.


Further details on the ExEd Leaders Programme: Using the MPI as a policy tool and how to apply

Further details on the OPHI Summer School and how to apply