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Andrew Shepherd

Principal Research Fellow, Director CPAN project

Equity and Social Policy

Portrait of Andrew Shepherd

Andrew Shepherd is the Director of the Chronic Poverty Advisory Network, and Principal Research Fellow. Andrew has now led the production of four international Chronic Poverty Reports, the latest (2019) on Growth. Previously director of the Chronic Poverty Research Centre, he has also worked on several large evaluations of anti-poverty policies and programmes. He has been a director of programmes at ODI and was previously a staff member of Unicef in Sudan as well as a senior lecturer at Birmingham University. His major developing country experiences have been in Ghana, India, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, and more recently Rwanda and Zambia.

Previously director of the Chronic Poverty Research Centre, he has also worked on several large evaluations of anti-poverty policies and programmes. He has been a director of programmes at ODI and was previously a staff member of Unicef in Sudan as well as a lecturer and senior lecturer at Birmingham University. His major developing country experiences have been in Ghana, India, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.

  1. Growth from below: tackling poverty from the bottom up

    Event

  2. The fourth chronic poverty report: growth

    Research reports

  3. Pathways to sustained poverty reduction: balancing growth from above and below

    Briefing/policy papers

  4. Decent work for all: six priorities for this week’s UN summit

  5. Child poverty, disasters and climate change

  6. Child poverty, disasters and climate change: investigating relationships and implications over the life course of children

    Research reports

  7. Children in disaster-prone areas in India twice as likely to be living in poverty – new report

    Press Release

  8. Leave No One Behind in progress to the Sustainable Development Goals: priority actions for governments by 2020

    Research reports

  9. Sustaining escapes from poverty

    Working papers

  10. New World Bank projections mask reality of ‘poverty mobility’

  11. Understanding and supporting sustained pathways out of extreme poverty and deprivation: Tanzania National Report

    Research reports

  12. Sustaining poverty escapes in Tanzania

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. Sustaining poverty escapes in rural Kenya

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. Reflections on Labour’s new vision for international development

  15. Sustaining pathways out of extreme poverty

    Event

  16. Understanding and supporting sustained pathways out of extreme poverty and deprivation

    Research reports

  17. Disability, poverty and poverty dynamics: a preliminary analysis of panel data, policies and politics in Bangladesh- A Synthesis

    Research reports

  18. Anti-discrimination measures in education: a comparative policy analysis

    Working papers

  19. Conflict, pro-poorest growth, and wellbeing: a subnational analysis

    Research reports

  20. Eradicating poverty: using poverty dynamics to enhance development efforts

    Event

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