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Poverty

Our latest research and analysis on achieving the first Sustainable Development Goal of ending extreme poverty worldwide.

  1. Getting back on track to end poverty in South Asia

    Event

  2. How to get back on track to end extreme poverty

  3. Getting back on track to end extreme poverty

    Event

  4. Social protection response to Covid-19 and beyond: emerging evidence and learning for future crises

    Working papers

  5. Covid-19: crisis as opportunity for urban cash transfers?

    Working papers

  6. National cash transfer responses to Covid-19: operational lessons learned for social protection system-strengthening and future shocks

    Working papers

  7. ‘Leave no one behind’ indices 2020

    Working papers

  8. A proposal for a new universal development commitment

    Other

  9. Can Central Banks Digital Currencies deliver for people in poverty?

  10. ‘Leave no one behind’ – five years into Agenda 2030: guidelines for turning the concept into action

    Research reports

  11. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: social cohesion between Syrian refugees and host communities

    Research reports

  12. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: protection outcomes for Syrian refugees

    Research reports

  13. ‘What works’ to protect children on the move: five insights from across the globe

  14. Pushing people further into poverty: the impact of Covid-19 in lower- and middle- income countries

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

    Research reports

  16. Global Reset: inequality and time for a new social contract

    Event

  17. Rapid evidence assessment: what works to protect children on the move?

    Research reports

  18. Social protection response to Covid-19 and beyond: lessons learned for adaptive social protection

    Project

  19. World's wealthiest increasingly putting national interest before altruism when allocating aid

    Press Release

  20. Financing the reduction of extreme poverty post-Covid-19

    Briefing/policy papers