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PEP-OPM study: Combatting pandemic-induced child poverty in North Africa

November 2020

New research by PEP and Oxford Policy Management, commissioned by UNICEF-MENA, assesses policies to combat increasing child poverty in Tunisia and Morocco caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

Two new PEP books available for download free of charge!

"Child Welfare in Developing Countries" and "Libéralisation commerciale et pauvreté en Afrique"

Three new research grants awarded for the PEP special initiative on the “Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies”

Governments encourage growth through various policies: infrastructure, education, training, health, agricultural extension, trade, etc. Each strategy has wide-ranging impacts on the entire economy (sectoral production, wages and other factor returns, consumer prices, public finances, etc.) with very different distributive consequences.

PEP-Africa Leads a UNICEF-Commissioned Study on the “Impacts of the Global Crisis on Child Welfare in West and Central Africa”

PEP-Africa has successfully bid against 10 other institutions (all based in Europe or North America) to lead a major UNICEF-commissioned study of the child welfare impacts of the global crisis with the participation of teams of PEP researchers in Ghana, Cameroon and Burkina Faso.


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