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How can we support sustained escapes from poverty in the rural areas? Kate Bird reports on her presentation at the UNDESA Expert Group Meeting on Eradicating Rural Poverty to Implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (27 February – 1 March, Addis Ababa).
Land continues to be a foundation for sustained escapes from poverty. This blog post examines the finding from the 11 case studies on sustained poverty escapes.
This blog discusses ill health as a shock or stressor for transitory poverty escapes and its policy implications.
Providing equality of opportunity for women and men requires a commitment to equality and empowerment for all women, regardless of their other social group memberships like class, ethnic/racial group or caste. As empowerment improves intergenerational wellbeing and contributes to escapes from poverty that are sustained over time, it is also critical for poverty eradication.
Poverty reduction is more effective if governments identify major risks preventing sustained escapes from poverty.
CPAN is marking the 2018 International Day for the Eradication of Poverty by hosting a panel discussion on effective action to end extreme poverty. Join a group of world-renowned experts for the event at the ODI on Wednesday 17th October from 4.30pm, followed by a drinks reception.
A recent USAID-supported study by CPAN uses quantitative data collected by the Tegemeo Institute and new qualitative data collected by CPAN to understand poverty dynamics in rural Kenya. Several policy recommendations are drawn from this study.
The event presented the findings of CPAN’s research on poverty dynamics with the aim to provide the latest evidence on policies and programmes that can assist in achieving positive poverty outcomes.
The conference aims to provide policy makers with the latest evidence on policies and programmes which can assist in achieving positive poverty outcomes and sustained escapes out of poverty, both from Rwanda as well as countries to which Rwanda looks or could look for inspiration.