Energy for Empowerment: Women’s Access to Electricity in Rural West Africa

March 12, 2021 | Webinar

What can be done to increase rural electrification in a way that works for women in West Africa? Register now to attend this free webinar at 1 p.m. UTC on March 12.

New Year's Message from PEP's leadership team

January, 2021

PEP's Chair of the Board, Fred Carden, and Executive Director, Jane Mariara, reflect on the achievements of 2020 and look forward to the opportunities 2021 will bring for PEP and PEP researchers.

Twitter Chat: Education for Shared Prosperity

January 24-25, 2021

PEP Research Fellows from around the world host a twitter chat about Education for Shared Prosperity on the International Day of Education.

New PEP research initiative responding to the Covid-19 Pandemic

PEP is contributing to the research on effects of the Covid-19 crisis in developing countries by supporting seven projects under a new Rapid Response initiative.

Job offer: Digital and Social Media Officer

Application deadline: January 22, 2021

PEP is looking for a specialist in digital and social media communications to help promote PEP research, events and network activities through a range of digital platforms.

COVID-19 response

Updated: January 2021

How PEP is responding to COVID-19 as an international organisation, and resources to help inform policy responses.

Season's Greetings from PEP

December 2020

Season's Greetings and best wishes for 2021 from PEP

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

December 2020

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

Eight new PEP Research Fellows

November 2020

PEP is pleased to announce 8 new Research Fellows.

New, innovative data sources from PEP projects now available

November 2020

PEP provides free public access to primary data from cutting-edge research projects.


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