Posts con la etiqueta ‘Pobreza Multidimensional’

Eight companies in Costa Rica receive an award for progress in poverty reduction using the business MPI

Publicado el: June 16th, 2021 Por MPPN

Paraguay: INE presents the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) for the first time

Publicado el: June 9th, 2021 Por MPPN

The event will be on Wednesday June 9 at 11:00, through the Zoom platform. Likewise, it will be possible to follow the presentation through the live broadcast on the INE’s Facebook page.

This virtual meeting will have the following participants: National Director of the INE, Iván Ojeda; Director of OPHI, Sabina Alkire; Director of the Multidimensional Poverty Network of OPHI, Gonzalo Hernández Licona, and economist Verónica Serafini, representing the Inter-institutional Committee on Expanded Poverty.

The MPI complements the measurement of monetary poverty in the country, which has been analised in the country for 24 years from the perspective of people’s income.

The MPI methodology was developed by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), which in turn was based on the Capabilities Approach of the 1998 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Amartya Sen.

INE has received permanent advice from this prestigious organization and has also agreed on the construction of the MPI with public institutions, research centers, cooperating organizations and independent researchers.

To join the meeting:


ID: 892 8457 9394

Code: 2021

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The Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19, and the Multidimensional Poverty Response

Publicado el: August 4th, 2020 Por MPPN

Gonzalo Hernández Licona is new MPPN Director

Publicado el: March 30th, 2020 Por MPPN

2017 Annual MPPN Meeting in China

Publicado el: September 26th, 2017 Por MPPN

On the first day of the meeting, Ministers of the MPPN joined other speakers and the Vice Premier of China in substantive presentations on strategies to end poverty in its many dimensions as part of the Global Poverty Reduction and Development Forum.

On the 10th and 11th, Ministers from Colombia, Mexico, and South Africa, Vice Ministers or similar from Chile, Indonesia, Panama, and the Seychelles, Heads of Statistics or similar agencies from Morocco, Pakistan, South Africa, Tunisia and Uganda, Deputy Heads of Statistics or similar from Cameroon, Malaysia, plus agencies: ESCWA, SESRIC, SIDA, UNDP, FAO and UNICEF, a Provincial level representative from Pakistan and delegations from Seychelles and South Africa shared their experiences on multidimensional poverty measures.

The meeting objective was to activate an intensive two-way South-South exchange by which each participant can both share their knowledge and gain advice that is pertinent to their work, so that each person leaves more equipped and motivated to act within their professional capacity to fight multidimensional poverty.

The MPPN is a South-South initiative that supports policymakers to develop more effective poverty eradication efforts, grounded in multidimensional poverty measures. The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) is the Secretariat of the MPPN.


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