Chronic Poverty Advisory Network
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Getting to zero extreme poverty requires stopping impoverishment, tackling chronic poverty and supporting sustained escapes from poverty. Conflict is one of the main causes of impoverishment worldwide...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 11:13 am, 30 Jan, 2014
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The third Chronic Poverty Report proposes a new framing for a post-2015 goal to eradicate extreme poverty, focused on improving poverty dynamics – bring poor people up to and across the poverty line, ...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 11:11 am, 30 Jan, 2014
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This is the 3rd Chronic Poverty Reporti and comes at a time when the world is on the cusp of agreeing new global goals to succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which largely expire in 2015....
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 11:09 am, 30 Jan, 2014
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This paper draws on available evidence to challenge existing thinking on the way forward for a revised agenda to eradicate extreme poverty. In light of the finding that between a quarter and a half o...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:48 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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Agriculture is a critical sector for poverty reduction. The majority of chronically poor households are engaged in agricultural activities, either as smallholders or labourers.
This policy brief make...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:45 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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This guide identifies key areas and new emphases for agricultural policy and programme development to eradicate poverty and hunger and presents new research results on agriculture and poverty dynamics...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:44 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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Education is the single most important factor in stopping the transmission of poverty from parents to children.

This policy brief makes the case that smart interventions can make rapid, permanent i...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:39 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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This policy guide aims to steer educational policymakers and practitioners through recent evidence about the relationship between education and chronic poverty. Specifically, it draws out practical le...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:38 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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Jobs are increasingly centre-stage in national and international policy debates, in recognition of the transformative role employment and decent work can play in poverty reduction, development and soc...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:31 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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The challenge of improving the quality and quantity of employment is often seen as a task solely for Ministries of Labour. However, a key message from this guide is that this challenge cross-cuts gove...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:30 am, 22 Nov, 2013
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This policy brief is based on a Chronic Poverty Advisory Network Policy Guide: Energy for All: Harnessing the Power of Energy Access for Chronic Poverty Reduction. It identifies key areas and new emph...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 5:24 am, 19 Nov, 2013
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This policy guide identifies key areas and new emphases for energy policy and programme development to eradicate poverty and hunger and presents new research results on energy and poverty dynamics. On...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 5:21 am, 19 Nov, 2013
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This policy brief is based on a Chronic Poverty Advisory Network Policy Guide: Energy for All: Harnessing the Power of Energy Access for Chronic Poverty Reduction. The policy brief contains key messag...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:08 am, 12 Nov, 2013
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This policy guide identifies key areas and new emphases for energy policy and programme development to eradicate poverty and hunger and presents new research results on energy and poverty dynamics. On...
Chronic Poverty Advisory Network on 10:05 am, 12 Nov, 2013
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