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PEP researchers in Sri Lanka assess the effectiveness of a major social welfare programme in addressing multidimensional poverty issues

           Multidimensional Poverty among Welfare Recipients: a Case Study of the Samurdhi Programme in Sri Lanka

The PEP 2010-2011 Annual Report is now available online

      PEP 2010-2011 Annual Report now online!                                            

Successful first edition of a PEP training workshop provided in Sri Lanka

Poverty Measurement and Analysis - February 20-24, 2012

Only one month left to submit your application!

to the PEP-Laval Intensive Graduate School in Development Economics, to be held in Quebec City, Canada from June 3 to 23, 2012.

PEP researchers expose missing dimensions in poverty accounts through household survey in Chad capital city N’Djamena

  Results show that the contribution of these new “qualitative” dimensions – such as job insecurity or lack of physical safety – is considerable in the general level of deprivation for households’ well-being in Chad

PEP researchers find sources of poverty and inequality in Cameroon from the analysis of national household survey data

  Identifying explanatory factors for both poverty and gender disparities in Cameroon..




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